New CLAS affiliated faculty:

Daniel Da Silva

Daniel Da Silva

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

Department: Department of Spanish and Portuguese

Gender, sexuality, race, performance and popular music in the Portuguese-speaking world

https://span-port.rutgers.edu/people/faculty/faculty-directory/814-daniel-da-silva

Maria Gloria Dominguez Bello

Maria Gloria Dominguez Bello

PROFESSOR

Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology; SEBS

Microbiome development from birth, functions for the host, microbial transmission, microbiota, strategies for restoration, Westernization and environmental microbes and human exposures, urban studies and microbial ecology

https://dbm.rutgers.edu/personnel/maria-gloria-dominguez-bello.html

Priscilla FerreiraPriscilla Ferreira

Assistant Professor

Department of Geography/Department of Latino and Caribbean Studies

Afro-Latinx Geographies, Black solidarity economies, urban geography, Afro-Latina feminisms, and decolonial methodologies and pedagogical praxis

https://geography.rutgers.edu/people/faculty/918-ferreira-priscilla

Tamara Lee

Tamara Lee

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, LABOR STUDIES AND EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS

Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations

Political and economic reform in Cuba U.S. labor and employment law

https://smlr.rutgers.edu/faculty-staff/tamara-lee

Pilar Rau

Pilar Rau

ASSISTANT TEACHING PROFESSOR

Department: Anthropology

Cultural anthropology; visual arts; media studies; sociolinguistics; religion; aesthetics, visual anthropology, and economic anthropology; Latin America; Peru;

https://www.anthro.rutgers.edu/fac/629-pilar-rau

Robert Ramos

Robert Ramos

NSTRUCTOR

Latino and Caribbean Studies

Music of the Caribbean; New York Latin Music; Caribbean and Latino Studies; Percussion

Jorge Reina Schement

Jorge Reina Schement

Distinguished Professor

Department: School of Communication and Information

Inequality History Networks, Digital Inequality, Public Policymaking, Social Justice, Mexico, Tejas

https://comminfo.rutgers.edu/schement-jorge-reina

Kimberly Da Costa Holton

Kimberly Da Costa Holton

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

Department of Spanish and Portuguese Studies

Music, migration and politics; 20th century Portuguese and Brazilian literature, performance theory, urban festivity, urban ethnography, migration and memory studies, oral history, theories of globalism, nation, diaspora and space.

https://sasn.rutgers.edu/about-us/faculty-staff/kimberly-dacosta-holton

 

Isadora Grevan

Isadora Grevan

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Department: Spanish and Portuguese Studies

Brazilian literature, Brazilian theater, performance studies, dramaturgy, Latin American theater, Latin American studies, Portuguese world, Lusophone African literature, Comparative Literature, gender studies, cinema

https://sasn.rutgers.edu/about-us/faculty-staff/isadora-grevan

Melissa Valle

Melissa Valle

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Sociology and Anthropology

Race & ethnicity ;Urban & spatial sociology; Cultural sociology Economic sociology; The African/Black Diaspora (with a focus on Afrolatinidad in the Americas); Ethnographic and visual method

https://sasn.rutgers.edu/about-us/faculty-staff/melissa-m-valle-phd

Carla Giaudrone

Carla Giaudrone

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

FASC - Foreign Languages

Post-colonial theory, Latin American Modernismo, feminist theory, and gender studiesPersonal\

https://foreignlanguages.camden.rutgers.edu/faculty/carla-giaudrone/

Juan Gonzalez

Juan Gonzalez

RICHARD D. HEFFNER PROFESSOR OF COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLIC POLICY AND PROFESSOR OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, JOURNALISM AND MEDIA STUDIES

Journalism & Media Studies, School of Communication and Information

Journalism; mass media history; federal mass communications policy; history of Latinos in the United States; Puerto Rico-U.S. relations; immigration, race and labor relations; the role of dissident movements in social change

https://comminfo.rutgers.edu/gonzalez-juan-d

Rafael Logroño

Rafael Logroño

TEACHING INSTRUCTOR

Journalism & Media Studies, School of Communication and Information

Identity, media, and social justice, with an emphasis on Latinx communities

https://comminfo.rutgers.edu/logrono-rafael

Kevon Rhiney

Kevon Rhiney

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Geography

global change, rural agrarian livelihoods, biopolitics, political ecology, environmental justice, postcolonial thought, Caribbean region

https://geography.rutgers.edu/people/faculty/471-rhiney-kevon

Hyacinth Miller

Hyacinth Miller

INSTRUCTOR AND ASSISTANT TEACHING PROFESSOR

Department: Department of Latino and Caribbean Studies, New Brunswick; African American and African Studies, Newark; Political Science, Newark

Caribbean Studies, Caribbean immigrants in the Diaspora, immigrant women and women of color in elected leadership, immigrant political incorporation and comparative politics

https://sasn.rutgers.edu/about-us/faculty-staff/hyacinth-miller

Nicole Burrowes

Nicole Burrowes

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Department: Department of History

African Diaspora; Modern Caribbean and African American History

https://history.rutgers.edu/people/faculty/details/56-professors/1212-burrowes-nicole