Associate Professor, Chair, Department of Sociology
Sociology of marriage and family, sociology of gender, sociology of culture, social theory, and social psychology
Associate Professor, Director, Porter-Cason Institute, Director, Center for Lifelong Learning, School of Social Work
Addictions, Clinical practice, Community practice and facilitating the adoption of evidence-based practices in the community.
International migration and Sociology of education.
Assistant Professor, Social Work
Indigenous Communities, historical oppression, family violence, and mental health disparities.
Professor, School of Social Work, Director, Elizabeth Wisner Center for Research on Children and Families
Intimate partner violence, especially from the perspective of community-based, offender rehabilitation
Senior Professor of Practice, School of Architecture
Urban geography, History and demography of New Orleans
Associate Professor, Sociology
Migration and Children's Development in China, Life Course/Developmental Criminology, Victimization, Research Methods, and Social Statistics.
Professor, Sociology, Director, Urban Studies
Urban sociology, Political economy, Poverty, and Film studies.
Associate Professor, English, Director, American Studies, Director, New Orleans Center for the Gulf South
Twentieth-century American literature, African-American literature and expressive culture, Technology studies, and Popular culture (music and film).
Associate Professor, Social Work
Community disaster resilience, Special needs populations, Social vulnerability studies.
Professor, Paul Henry Kurzweg Distinguished Chair in Disaster Mental Health, Director, Traumatology Institute, Associate Dean for Research, Social Work
Psychology, Family studies, and Traumatology, Disaster Mental Health.
Adjunct Professor, History, Associate Dean, School of Continuing Studies
Modern Louisiana history (1840s-Civil Rights Era), New Orleans history, Irish and Irish American life, and Louisiana during Huey Long's regime.
Assistant Professor, History, Latin American Studies
Late-colonial and early-modern Latin American history, with a particular focus on urban history, the Caribbean and Cuba.
Professor, Sociology, Director, Social Policy and Practice, Urban Studies, Associate Dean, School of Liberal Arts
Urban sociology, Comparative-historical sociology, Social theory, and Sociology of culture, race and ethnicity.
Professor, School of Law, Latin American Studies
Assistant Professor, Sociology
Sociology of Reproduction; Sociology of Health, Illness, and Healthcare; Family Sociology; Sociology of Gender, Feminist Theory.
Associate Professor, Sociology, Social Police and Practice, Urban Studies
Urban/Suburban Sociology, Social Stratification, Sociology of Adolescence and Youths, Sociology of Culture, Social Psychology.
Professor, Director, Center for Global Health Equity, Department of Global Community Health & Behavioral Sciences, School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine
Behavioral, sociocultural components of disease, Medical Anthropology, HIV prevention and treatment.
Newcomb College Endowed Chair, Professor of Political Science, Executive Director, Newcomb College Institute
Women and Politics, Feminist Organizations, and Feminist Social Movements.
Associate Professor, Associate Chair, Political Science
American political behavior, with emphases on political socialization, rural and urban politics, voting behavior, and public policy.
Assistant Professor, Sociology
Research Interests: Environmental Sociology; Development Sociology; Globalization; Technology & Socio-Environmental Change; Collective Behavior/Social Movements; Comparative Sociology/Historical Sociology; Political Economy; Agrarian Studies; Food studies; Latin American Studies.
Director, Cuban and Caribbean Studies Institute, Professor, Communication, Latin American Studies, Urban Studies, Associate Provost, Office of Academic Affairs
Latin American film, media, television, and popular culture.
Associate Professor, Department of Global Community Health and Behavioral Sciences, School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
Adolescent health and development, Partner violence, Social and contextual determinants of health outcomes, Social theory, Sexual and reproductive health, and Demography and population health.
Cultural anthropology, religion, medicine, gender; West Africa.
Media audiences, production studies, communication labor, citizenship and culture, Latin American and Latino media, alternative and community media.
Assisstant Professor, Sociology
Environmental Sociology; Global Social Change and Development; Global and Local Sustainability; Rural and Community Development; Quantitative Methodologies.
Weatherhead Distinguished Professor, Environmental Studies, Director, Professor of Pharmacology
Environment, Human health, and Behavior.
Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Global Health Systems and Development, Latin American Studies
Population, Environment, Technology, and Development issues.
Professor of Practice, Department of Sociology and Environmental Studies
Urban political ecology, urban and environmental sociology, urban development and state policies.
Associate Professor, Sizeler Professor, History
Modern European history focusing on Germany and cultural history.
Assistant Dean of Libraries for Special Collections, History, Curator, William Ransom Hogan Jazz Archive
History of jazz.
Assistant Professor, Sociology
Social Movements and Collective Behavior, Applied Statistics, Political Sociology, Social Control, Complex Organizations, Urban Policing, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing.
Favrot Professor, Architecture, Director, CCC Program, Latin American Studies, Urban Studies
Architectural history, theory, and criticism and Urban history and theory, focused on 19th
-20th centuries in the Americas.
Professor, Art History, Executive Director, Roger Thayer Stone Center for Latin American Studies
Eighteenth-century Spanish art and politics, Culture contact in sixteenth-century Mexico, Devotional space in Colonial Andean society, and Contemporary architectural practice in Europe and the Americas.
Assistant Professor, Music, African and African Diaspora Studies, American Studies
New Orleans culture, African American music.
Associate Professor, Sociology, Gender and Sexuality Studies
Gender, Sexuality, Theory, and Cultural Studies.
Dean and Favrot Professor, School of Architecture
Preservation, Urban design and Community planning.
Lydian Chair Professor, Political Science
Latin American Politics, Comparative Political Economy, Sustainable Development.
Charles A. and Leo M. Favrot Professor of Social Relations, Sociology
Social movements, human rights and culture in Venezuela.
Professor, American Studies, Professor, Anthropology
American vernacular music, Ethnography of Gulf South expressive culture, Cultural conservation, Creoles and cultural creolization, Public cultural policy, Creative practice as producer and host of American Routes
(co-produced by American Public Media).
Associate Professor, Department of Community Health and Behavioral Sciences
Children, social norms, and violence prevention, Child maltreatment, intimate partner violence and their co-occurrence, Child physical abuse, Determinants of childhood aggression, Mass media/communication and public health, Primary prevention, Program evaluation, Social epidemiology.
The Felder-Fayard Professor of Law, Associate Provost for International Affairs
Domestic violence, Discrimination, Constitutional law, and Criminal procedure.
Associate Professor, Cecile Usdin Professorship in Women's Health, Director, Mary Amelia Women's Center, Department of Global Community Health & Behavioral Science, Public Health & Tropical Medicine
Social determinants of health, social epidemiology, women and children's mental and behavioral health.
Associate Professor, Anthropology, Urban Studies
Sociocultural anthropology, Economic transformations, Money and other means of circulation, Cities, consumption, and globalization, and Southeast Asia, Vietnam.
Thomas C. Keller Professor, Department of Global Community Health and Behavioral Sciences, School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
Migration and Health, Immigrant Health, Disasters and Health, and HIV/AIDS.