Faculty & Staff, African and African American Studies | Earlham College

Faculty & Staff

Phyllis Boanes
Professor of History

Mary Garman
Professor of Religion

Margaret Hampton
Professor of German

Ahmed Khanani
Assistant Professor of Politics

James Logan
Professor of Religion; Professor and Director of African and African American Studies; Class Dean; National Endowment for the Humanities Chair in Interdisciplinary Studies

Kevin Miles
Professor of Philosophy

Joann Quiñones
Associate Professor of English

Karim Sagna
Professor of French

Betsy Schlabach
Assistant Professor of History

Jennifer Seely
Associate Professor of Politics

Aletha Stahl
Professor of French and Francophone Studies

Rebekah Trollinger
Visiting Assistant Professor of African and African American Studies and Religion

Bonita Washington-Lacey
Senior Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs and Director of Accreditation Activities
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