Robert O. Anderson Distinguished Service Professor in the Department of Philosophy, the Department of Comparative Literature, the Committee on the Conceptual and Historical Studies of Science, and the Divinity School
History of contemporary European philosophy and literature; history of moral and political philosophy; history of the human sciences; history and philosophy of religion.
Andrew W. Mellon Distinguished Service Professor in the Humanities, Comparative Literature and Spanish Literature
Golden Age Spanish literature; Renaissance studies; magic and the Hermetic tradition; ekphrasis; relations between Spanish Literature and Italian Art; and the interconnections between myth and empire during the rule of the Spanish Habsburgs
Professor of English, Comparative Literature, Theater and Performance Studies and African Studies
Theory and history of drama and performance in Europe, Africa and the Americas; cultural theory mostly marxist and post colonial; (South) African literature and visual culture: GDR and contemporary Germany
William Colvin Professor, Departments of Art History, Slavic Languages & Literatures, and Comparative Literature, the Department of Cinema & Media Studies, and the College; Chair, Department of Cinema and Media Studies.
Russian silent film; film and media studies; cultural studies; Russian formalism; Russian symbolism.