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|African American Studies||Robert Repino|
|African Studies||Robert Repino|
|American Literature||Dana Bricken|
|Art History||Alodie Larson|
|Atlantic History||Louis Gulino|
|Biblical Studies||Robert Repino|
|British and Irish Literature||Dan Rogers|
|Childhood Studies||Alyssa Callan|
|Chinese Studies||Louis Gulino|
|Cinema and Media Studies||Dana Bricken|
|Environmental Science||Dan Rogers|
|Evolutionary Biology||Dana Bricken|
|International Law||Tim Allen|
|International Relations||Toby Wahl|
|Islamic Studies||Robert Repino|
|Jewish Studies||Robert Repino|
|Latin American Studies||Louis Gulino|
|Latino Studies||Louis Gulino|
|Medieval Studies||Louis Gulino|
|Military History||Louis Gulino|
|Political Science||Toby Wahl|
|Public Health||Ada Brunstein|
|Renaissance and Reformation||Louis Gulino|
|Social Work||Tim Allen|
|Victorian Literature||Dan Rogers|