Folklore Faculty and Staff
Program Secretary – Beth Magee, 541-346-1505, firstname.lastname@example.org
Core Folklore Faculty
John Baumann, Instructor (folklore, religion, ecology, music, Native American studies) A.A.S., 1979, State Univ. of New York; B.A., 1986, State Univ. of New York; M.S., 1998, UO; Ph.D., 2001, UC Santa Barbara.
Doug Blandy, Professor (art and community service, art and special populations)
B.S., 1974, Ohio; M.A., 1979; Ph.D., 1983, Ohio State.
Dianne Dugaw, Professor (British folklore, ballads, folk song, 18th-century literature) B.A., 1971, Portland; M.Mus., 1974, Univ. of Colorado; Ph.D., 1982, UCLA.
John Fenn, Assistant Professor (ethnomusicology, multimedia and the arts).
B.A., 1992, University of California-San Diego; M.A., 1998, Indiana University; Ph.D., 2004, Indiana University.
Lisa Gilman, Associate Professor (folklore, performance studies, gender, African Studies) B.A., 1993, Oregon; M.A., 1996, Ph.D., 2001, Indiana.
Gantt Gurley, Assistant Professor (German and Scandinavian folklore, narratology, fairy tales, Icelandic Saga) B.S., 1994, Bard College; M.A., 2002, UC Berkeley; PhD., 2007, UC Berkeley.
Loren Kajikawa, Assistant Professor (music) B.A. 1999, UC Berkeley; M.A. 2003; P.h.D. 2009, UCLA.
Dorothee Ostmeier, Professor (18th and 20th century German Literature, Culture, Philosophy with special focus on Poetry, Fairy Tales and Fantasy, Gender Studies, and Holocaust Literature) Staatsexamen 1984, M.A. Ruhr Universität Bochum 1985, P.h.D. Johns Hopkins.
Rachelle H. (Riki) Saltzman, Instructor (public folklore, foodways, ethnicity/identity, British folklore) B.A., 1977, University of Delaware; M.A., 1980, University of Texas at Austin; Ph.D., 1988, University of Texas at Austin.
Philip Scher, Associate Professor (Caribbean, politics of culture, transnationalism)
B.A., 1987, Brown; M.S. 1991, Ph.D., 1997, Pennsylvania.
Sharon R. Sherman, Professor Emerita (film studies, folklore, popular culture) M.A., UCLA; Ph.D, Indiana; Ph.B., Wayne State.
Carol Silverman, Professor (performance, eastern Europe, gender)
B.A., 1972, CUNY-City College; M.A., 1974, Ph.D., 1979, Pennsylvania.
Stephanie ‘Lani’ Teves, Assistant Professor (Ethnic Studies & Women’s and Gender Studies), B.A. Sociology and Women’s Studies, 2002, M.A. American Studies, 2005, University of Hawai’i, Ph.D. American Culture, University of Michigan.
Daniel Wojcik, Professor (folklore, alternative religions, subcultures, visionary art) B.A., 1978, California, Santa Barbara; M.A., 1986, Ph.D., 1992, University of California, Los Angeles.
Juan Eduardo “Ed” Wolf, Assistant Professor (ethnomusicology, folklore, Latino/Latina American studies, Afro-descendant/indigenous issues in the Andes) B.S. Chemical Engineering and BA Art Studio, 1993, University of Notre Dame, M.S. Chemical Engineering, 1995, Northwestern University, M.A. in Folklore and Ethnomusicology, 2007, Indiana University, Ph.D., 2013.
Martha J. Bayless, English
Bob Bussel, Labor Education and Research Center
Matthew Dennis, History
Keith Eggener, History of Art and Architecture
James D. Fox, Library
Lori Hager, Arts and Administration
Kingston Heath, Historic Preservation
Lamia Karim, Anthropology
Ken Liberman, Sociology, Professor Emeritus
Phaedra Livingstone, Arts and Administration
Gabriela Martinez, Journalism and Communication
Julianne H. Newton, Journalism and Communication
Jeffrey Ostler, History
Priscilla P. Ovalle, English
Gordon M. Sayre, English
Stephanie Wood, Education
Stephen R. Wooten, International Studies