Meet Our Students

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Taylor Coleman's current research interest focuses on race and identity in Latin America, identity construction, Afro-Latino/a identities (20th century), black transnationalism, and Pan-Africanism.
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Kristen Doty is a third year PhD Student in American Studies at University at Buffalo. Originally from Phoenix, Kristen earned her BA in Women and Gender Studies from Arizona State University in 2011.
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Adewale Fadugba's research focuses on African urbanization, politics in post-colonial Africa, nationalism and ethnicity in Africa, conflict and conflict resolution in Africa.
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Stephine Hunt holds a BA in English from Alfred University and an MA in English from SUNY Fredonia. Her research interest lies at the intersection of ecocriticism, cultural geography, and critical race and ethnic studies within contemporary multi-ethnic American literature.
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Rachel Pitonyak’s current research focuses primarily on the importance of women film directors, and the evolution of their work throughout time. 
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James Ponzo's research engages the rich cultural tradition and literary accomplishments of African-American Culture and Literature in the United States.
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Asri Saraswati specializes in Cold War studies, race and migration in the postwar U.S., and Asian American literature.