Sharpe Faculty

The following faculty teach in the Sharpe Program and collaborate with participatory research in the Sharpe Mapping Project.

Jonathan Arries
Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies, Emeritus
Collaborator, W&M Sharpe Participatory Mapping Project

Danielle Dallaire
Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, Psychological Sciences
COLL150:  Families, Law, & Psychology

Artisia Green
Assistant Professor of Theatre, Speech & Dance;
Africana Studies
Sharpe Professor of Civic Renewal & Social Entrepreneurship
COLL300/AFST306:  The Black American Story

Monica Griffin
Director of Engaged Scholarship and the Sharpe Community Scholars Program
COLL200:  W&M Sharpe Participatory Mapping Project
Co-Investigator, W&M Sharpe Participatory Mapping Project

Leisa Meyer
Professor of History; Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies
Director, American Studies
W&M Community Studies Faculty Fellow; Director, LGBTIQ Oral History Research Project
COLL150:  Intro. to LGBTIQ Studies;
COLL300/GSWS390: Queer and Present Danger

Anne Rasmussen
Professor of Music/Ethnomusicology; Bickers Professor of Middle Eastern Studies
Director, AMES:  Program in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
Director, W&M Middle Eastern Music Ensemble
COLL150:  American Soundscapes

Dennis Taylor
Professor Emeritus, Environmental Science and Policy; Interdisciplinary Studies
COLL150:  Living with the Environment

Beth Tremblay
Lecturer, Nursing
Old Dominion University
Collaborator, W&M Sharpe Participatory Mapping Project

Shannon White
Certificate Coordinator, Geospatial Analysis
Center for Geospatial Analysis
Co-Investigator, W&M Sharpe Participatory Mapping Project