People

Durand, Alain-Philippe
Dean, College of Humanities
(520) 621-9294
Modern Languages 345
Alain-Philippe Durand is Dean of the College of Humanities, Professor of French, Honors College Distinguished Fellow, and affiliated faculty in Africana Studies, Latin American Studies and LGBT Studies at the University of Arizona. His research interests include French and Brazilian literatures, French Cinema, Hip-Hop, and the promotion of the Humanities disciplines in the professions. He is the author and editor of four books: Black, Blanc, Beur. Rap Music and Hip-Hop Culture in the Francophone World; A Techno World. New Electronic Spaces in the French Novel of the 1980s and 1990s; Novels of the Contemporary Extreme, and Frédéric Beigbeder and his doubles. The French Government awarded Durand the Palmes Académiques. The French publication France-Amérique named him among its list of fifty French talents living in the United States.

Dean's Office

Jones, Kimberly A
Vice Dean, Academic Affairs-College of Humanities
Modern Languages 345
(520) 621-9293
Mcallister, Kenneth S
Associate Dean, Research / Program Innovation
Modern Languages 345
(520) 621-1598
Christian, Stacey L
Coordinator, Engagement
Modern Languages 514
(520) 626-9509
Cota, Zuleima
Executive Assistant
Modern Languages 345
(520) 621-1044
Robbins, Erin Dau
Administrative Associate
Modern Languages 345
(520) 621-9293

Business Team

Alexander, Toni L
Assistant Dean, Business-Finance
Modern Languages 345
(520) 626-3874
Edmiston, Richard A
Assistant Director, Business and Finance
Modern Languages 345
(520) 626-3440
Olson, Natalie Elaine
Administrative Associate
Modern Languages 345
(520) 621-1220
Rodriguez Aceves, Wendolin Azareth
Accountant, Associate
Modern Languages 345
(520) 621-1044

External Relations

Bernard, Helen Elizabeth
Director, External and Alumni Relations
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(520) 626-4319
Hunt, Amanda Louise
Assistant Director, Marketing
TOB 110
(520) 626-3855
Doggett, Michelle L
Graphic Designer
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(520) 626-2804
Finfrock, Jenna A
Coordinator, Alumni and Donor Affairs
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(520) 621-0210
Hill, TJ
Events Coordinator
TOB 106
(520) 621-3139
Jones, Antonique
Administrative Associate
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(520) 621-4743
Leyton, Katherine
Editor, Digital Content
TOB 110
(520) 626-2804
Mehr, Nathan J
Manager, Digital Marketing
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(520) 626-2804
Swedlund, Eric Lee
Senior Writer, College of Humanities
TOB 110
(520) 626-7160

Development

Murphy, Michele B
Associate Director, Development-College of Humanities
Modern Languages 345
(520) 621-1044
Hoffacker, William
Administrative Assistant

Computing Services

Rossmann, Bart J
Director, Instructional and Research Computing
Modern Languages 511
(520) 621-3203
Bessick, Benjamin J
Information Technology Support Analyst, Senior
Modern Languages 511
Bourgeois, Yvonne R
Information Technology Support Analyst, Senior
Modern Languages 511
Kizhakke Pattah, Kavitha
Applications Systems Analyst/Developer, Senior
Modern Languages 511
Quintero, Patrick E
Information Technology Support Analyst, Senior
Modern Languages 511
(520) 626-1440
Todd, Christopher Hunter
Information Technology Support Analyst, Senior
Modern Languages 511
(520) 626-1180

Advising

Duran, Lynette A
Director - Academic Advising
Modern Languages 345
(520) 621-1048
Webb, Jeremiah A
Senior Academic Advisor II
Modern Languages 345
(520) 621-1048

Department Heads

Karen Seat, Religious Studies and Classics Director: School of International Languages, Literatures, and Cultures

Praise Zenenga, Africana Studies

Albert Welter, East Asian Studies

Denis Michael Provencher, French and Italian

Barbara Kosta, German Studies

John Leafgreen, Russian and Slavic Studies

Judd Ruggill, Public and Applied Humanities

Malcolm Compitello, Spanish and Portuguese

Center and Program Directors

Jiang Wu, Center for Buddhist Studies

Bryan Carter, Center for Digital Humanities

Beatrice Dupuy, Chantelle Warner, Center for Educational Resources in Culture, Languages, and Literacy

Nicholas M Ferdinandt, Center for English as a Second Language

Sonia Colina, National Center for Interpretation

Tyler Meier, Poetry Center

Jieun Ryu, Critical Languages Program

Malcolm Compitello, Humanities Seminar Program

Robert Cote, Writing Skills Improvement Program