Aragón, Miguel A. Assistant Professor
Miguel A. Aragón was born and raised in Ciudad Juárez, México; prior to his appointment at the College of Staten Island, Professor Aragón taught Printmaking, Foundations and Design courses at the Universidad Autónoma de Cd. Juárez in México for several years and in 2011 he was a Visiting Professor atRead more..
Arena, John (Jay) Assistant Professor
John (Jay) Arena earned his Ph.D. in Sociology, and M.A.in Latin American Studies, from Tulane University, in New Orleans and joined the College of Staten Island’s Department of Sociology & Anthropology in the Fall of 2008. Previous to and during graduate school I participated in various community and labor organizing effortsRead more..
Asanbe, Comfort Associate Professor
Comfort B. Asanbe, Ph.D., is an associate professor of Psychology at The College of Staten Island/City University of New York (CSI/CUNY). Her research focuses on identifying the factors that pose a threat to the psychological health of children, especially, those that are due to parental drug use (cocaine/polydrug exposure), drugRead more..
Auerbach, Dan Assistant Professor
A strong proponent of new music, Dan Auerbach has performed and toured extensively with such ensembles as Continuum, the New Juilliard Ensemble, and members of the American Composers Orchestra. He has collaborated with leading composers, including Fred Lerdahl, Sebastian Currier, Bright Sheng, and La Monte Young. A long-time specialist inRead more..
Averbuch, Bryan Assistant Professor
Bryan Averbuch researches and teaches Islamic and Indian Ocean history, maritime history, and cross-cultural trade, focusing on the intertwined histories of the spice trade and the silk roads. His current book project explores ways in which the Indian Ocean spice trade transformed the culture and expanded the geographical horizons ofRead more..
Baquero-Pecino, Álvaro Assistant ProfessorProfessor Baquero-Pecino obtained a double degree in Hispanic Philology, and Literary Theory and Comparative Literature from the University of Granada (Spain). He also earned a M.A. in Spanish from New Mexico State University, and received his Ph.D. in Literature and Cultural Studies from Georgetown University. His main research interests include Read more..
Bardsley, Alyson Associate ProfessorProfessor Bardsley’s research interests include literature’s intersections with cosmopolitanism, nationalism, and Romanticism; Scottish literature; feminism, and feminist pedagogy. She primarily teaches courses in British literature, women writers, and writing, with occasional forays into feminist theory and popular culture. Read more..
Bauer, William R. Assistant Professor
William R. Bauer studies the ways people use music to organize their actions, coordinate their interactions with others, express meaning, communicate ideas and feelings, and arrive at a deeper understanding of one another. A composer-improviser by training and temperament, Dr. Bauer brings a background in theater and dance to hisRead more..
Bellamy, Maria Rice Associate Professor
Professor Bellamy’s passions are to challenge her students to engage ideas and perspectives different from their own and to facilitate their development of the critical thinking and oral and written communication skills necessary for success in all areas of life. Her student-oriented teaching style features interactive class discussions, collaborative learningRead more..