Adjunct Faculty

Visiting & adjunct faculty


Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig

Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig

Professor, Second Language Studies

Research Interests
second language acquisition; second language temporality and tense-mood-aspect systems; interlanguage pragmatics

Laurent Dekydtspotter

Laurent Dekydtspotter

Professor, French

Professor, Second Language Studies

  • ldekydts@indiana.edu
  • (812) 855-2221
  • Global and International Studies Building 3149

Research Interests
development of interpretive knowledge: phrasal semantics, lexical semantics, and grammatically computed pragmatic inferences; sentence processing: information integration in L2 processing

Robert Fulk

Robert Fulk

Chancellor's Professor, English

Research Interests
Germanic (especially Old English and Old Icelandic) and Celtic languages and literatures; the history of the English language; comparative Indo-European linguistics

Sander Gliboff

Sander Gliboff

Professor, History and Philosophy of Science and Medicine

  • sgliboff@indiana.edu

Research Interests
history of biology, especially evolution and genetics, and the science in modern Germany and Austria

Christoph Irmscher

Christoph Irmscher

Provost Professor, English

  • cirmsche@indiana.edu
  • (443) 622-3277
  • Wells Scholars Program, Harlos House

Research Interests
19th- and 20th-century American and Canadian literature and culture

Joshua Kates

Joshua Kates

Professor, English

  • jkates@indiana.edu
  • Ballantine Hall 420

Research Interests
roots of French poststructuralism (particularly Jacques Derrida's thought) in the phenomenology of Edmund Husserl and Martin Heidegger

Sandra Kuebler

Sandra Kuebler

Professor, Linguistics

Research Interests
German linguistics; corpus linguistics (especially with linguistically annotated corpora); parsing morphologically rich languages (with a focus on German); sentiment analysis

Michelle Moyd

Michelle Moyd

Associate Professor, History

Research Interests
East Africa—colonial, cultural, and military; militaries and labor; labor history; violence; gender, war, and militarization; comparative and "entangled" histories

Eyal Peretz

Eyal Peretz

Professor, Comparative Literature

Research Interests
relations between philosophy and the arts

Roberta Pergher

Roberta Pergher

Assistant Professor, French

Research Interests
modern Europe with an emphasis on Italy and Germany; fascism; imperialism, migration and settlement; borderlands; comparative and transnational history

Julia Roos

Julia Roos

Associate Professor, History

Research Interests
modern Europe and Germany; women and gender; sexuality; social, political, and cultural history; propaganda

Mark Roseman

Mark Roseman

Professor, History

Research Interests
history of the Holocaust; 20th-century German history; European post-1945 reconstruction; comparative history, including German-Japanese comparisons

Bret Rothstein

Bret Rothstein

Associate Professor, Art History

  • brothste@indiana.edu

Research Interests
Northern European art of the fifteenth to seventeenth centuries; Dutch golden age; early modern conceptions of interpretive skill; varieties and consequences of visual wit (including puzzles)

Jeffrey Saletnik

Jeffrey Saletnik

Assistant Professor, Art History

  • saletnik@indiana.edu

Research Interests
Modernism; Bauhaus; visual culture of the interwar years; modern architecture and design; media theory; history and theory of pedagogy; relationships between the visual arts and music

William Scheuerman

William Scheuerman

Professor, Political Science

  • wscheuer@indiana.edu
  • Woodburn Hall 358

Research Interests
modern political thought; German political thought; democratic theory, legal theory, and international political theory

Sandra Shapshay

Sandra Shapshay

Associate Professor, Philosophy

Research Interests
Schopenhauer; Kant; the history of aesthetics and ethics in 19th-century continental philosophy

Rex Sprouse

Rex Sprouse

Professor, Second Language Studies

Professor, Linguistics

Research Interests
second language acquisition; structure and history of the languages of Western Europe (Germanic, Romance, Celtic) and Turkish; syntactic theory; language contact