The College of Humanities comprises nine departments: Asian American Studies, Central American Studies, Chicana/o Studies, English, Gender and Women's Studies, Linguistics, Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures, Philosophy, and Religious Studies. The College is also home to five interdisciplinary programs: American Indian Studies, Jewish Studies, Liberal Studies, Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, and Queer Studies. The College offers thirteen bachelor's degrees, six master’s degrees, and twenty-three minor programs. The College plays a fundamental role in the university's general education program.
|17-24||Open||English||Pre-Tweentiech Century American Lit. and Culture: African American and or Latino/a Literature||Assistant Professor|
|17-21||Open||Liberal Studies Program||Children's Literature/ITEP (Integrated Teacher Education Program||Assistant Professor|
|17-22||Open||Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures||Classical||Assistant Professor|
|17-23||Open||Religious Studies||Transnational Spiritualities - Central America||Assistant Professor|
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