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Diane Lichtenstein

Diane Lichtenstein

Title Professor
Department Liberal Arts
Phone 216.421.7362

Courses  Anthropology | Human Antiquity

Degree PhD, University of Wisconsin; MA, University of Wisconsin; BA, Anthropology with a minor in African Studies and French from Indiana University

Diane Lichtenstein MA and PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, is a professor in the Liberal Arts Department of the Cleveland Institute of Art. She teaches cultural anthropology and other area studies courses, including traditional art of non-western cultures. She has conducted anthropological and archaeological fieldwork in east Africa, Pakistan, Egypt and India. She maintains a long-term research interest in South Asian prehistory and has co-authored several articles focusing on archaeological details of the Indus Valley (Harappan) civilization. She has taken CIA students to India on five archaeological fieldtrips for excavations at a prehistoric site in South India.

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Nancy McEntee

Title Professor
Department Liberal Arts
Phone 216.421.7329

Courses  BFA Thesis + Exhibition | History of Photography Survey | Photo 1: Introduction to Photography | Photo Major 4.1: BFA Thesis + Research | Publication Photography | The Contemporary Portrait | The Fine Art of Silver Print

Degree MFA Photography, Bard College; BFA Photography, Cleveland Institute of Art

Nancy McEntee is a Professor of Photography and Chair of the Photography + Video department at the Cleveland Institute of Art. She received her Master of Fine Arts degree in photography from The Milton Avery Graduate School for the Arts at Bard College and her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in photography from the Cleveland Institute of Art.

Nancy is a recipient of a Creative Workforce Fellowship from the Community Partnership for Arts and Culture. She was awarded a residency at The Burren College of Art in Co. Clare, Ireland for summer 2010. She has also received a Virginia Center For the Creative Arts Fellowship Residency and an Ohio Arts Council Individual Artist Fellowship. Her photographs are exhibited nationally and can be found in many public and private collections.

Christian Moody

Christian Moody

Title Assistant Professor
Department Liberal Arts
Phone 216.421.7000

Courses  Graphic Narratives | Writing + Inquiry III: Narrative Forms

Degree MFA, Creative Writing, Syracuse University; PhD, English, University of Cincinnati

Christian Moody earned his MFA in Creative Writing at Syracuse University, and his PhD in English from the University of Cincinnati. His fiction has been published by Esquire magazine, The Cincinnati Review, The Collagist, Sonora Review, Faultline, and other literary journals. His stories have been anthologized in the collections Best New American Voices and Best American Fantasy. His poems have appeared in Indiana Review and Sonora Review. Moody was awarded a 2015 Al Smith Fellowship from the Kentucky Arts Council and was the 2014 Sarabande Books Writer-in-Residence at Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest. He currently has two books in progress, The Monstrosity: A Novel and In the Middle of the Woods: Stories and Novellas. He was most recently the Visiting Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing at Centre College.

Olatubosun Ogunsanwo

Olatubosun Ogunsanwo

Title Professor of Comparative Literature
Department Liberal Arts
Phone 216.421.7361

Courses  Autobiographical Narratives | Culture, Conflict, and Syncretism | Writing + Inquiry I: Basic Composition + Contemporary Ideas | Writing + Inquiry II: Research + Intellectual Traditions | Writing + Inquiry III: Narrative Forms

Degree PhD, The Indirect Narrative Method in the Last Six Novels of Geroge Mereditn, 1828-1909, University of Ibadan, Nigeria; BA, English from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria

The University of Lagos, Nigeria, 1974 - 1990, Senior Lecturer

The Ohio State University, College of Humanities, Jan 1991 - June 1995, Visiting Scholar

Olatubosun's research interests lie in literature in English, particularly comparative studies in African, English, American and African-American literatures within the contexts of theories of fiction and literary discourse. His work is widely published and can be found in English Studies in Africa, NEOHELICON and Proceedings.

Angela Otstot

Title Adjunct Faculty
Department Liberal Arts
Phone 216.421.7000

Courses  Screenwriting

Bradley Ricca

Title Adjunct Faculty
Department Liberal Arts
Phone 216.421.7000

Courses  Graphic Narratives | Science Fiction + Fantasy

Kevin Risner

Kevin Risner

Title ESL Coordinator
Department Liberal Arts
Phone 216.421.7000

Courses  Writing + Inquiry I: Basic Composition + Contemporary Ideas | Writing + Inquiry II: Research + Intellectual Traditions | Writing + Inquiry III: Narrative Forms

Degree MA, English (ESL) from The University of Toledo; Certification in the Teaching of Writing from The University of Toledo; BA, English from Baldwin-Wallace College

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