Affiliated Faculty

Our Affiliated Faculty

Traci A Ardren


(305) 284-4912
Traci is an anthropological archaeologist interested in New World prehistoric cultures. Her research focuses on issues of identity and other forms of symbolic representation in the archaeological record, especially the ways in which differences are explained through gender. Current preoccupations include the role of cuisine in identity formation...

Dexter E Callender, Jr.

Assoc. Professor

(305) 284-3695
Dexter E. Callender, Jr. , has taught at the University of Miami since 1995 and is the author of Adam in Myth and History (Harvard Semitic Studies, Eisenbrauns, 2001). A recipient of the 2000 Provost's Excellence in Teaching Award, he was also named "Professor of the Year" by the Pan-Hellenic Association in 2001. With research...

Simon J Evnine


(305) 284-4757
My most recent book is Making Objects and Events: A Hylomorphic Theory of Artifacts, Actions, and Organisms (OUP) and I continue to be interested in metaphysics, artifacts, and social ontology. I am currently working on a cross-genre book to be called A Certain Gesture: Evnine’s Batman Meme Project and Its Parerga!. The work will have...

David Frank Graf


(305) 284-4914
Professor David Graf received his Ph.D. from the University of Michigan.  He is an ancient historian and archeologist specializing of the Greco-Roman world in the Levant and Arabia, Co-editor of the multi-volume Anchor Bible Dictionary (1992), he is the author of Rome and Its Arabian Frontier from the Nabataeans to the Saracens (1997)...

William Scott Green

Sr. Vice Provost
Dean of Undergraduate Education

(305) 284-2006
William Scott Green joined the University of Miami as senior vice provost and dean of undergraduate education in July 2006. He has overall responsibility for enhancing the quality of the undergraduate experience and strengthening the integration of university-wide undergraduate curricular and co-curricular initiatives. He also holds an...

Aristides James Millas

Assoc. Professor Emeritus

(305) 284-5181

Frank A. Palmeri

Cooper Fellow in the Humanities, with courtesy appointments in Art History, Philosophy, and Classics

(305) 284-2182
Frank Palmeri has published on comparative literary studies of the 18th and 19thcenturies; satire in narrative and graphic forms; conjectural history and the history of social thought; animal studies; and the novels of Thomas Pynchon. In addition to being comparative (primarily involving British, French, German, and American), his work...

Maria Galli Stampino

Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and College Diversity
Interim chair of Sociology

(305) 284-4036

Mihoko Suzuki

Professor and Cooper Fellow in the Humanities

(305) 284-5623
Mihoko Suzuki earned her A.B. in an interdisciplinary major, History and Literature, in the College Scholar Program at Cornell University and her Ph.D. in Comparative Literature at Yale University. Her scholarship focuses on Renaissance and early modern literature and culture, English and European, with an emphasis on gender and authorship. She...