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Advisory Board

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The WVU Humanities Center is guided by active scholars and administrators from around the humanities landscape on campus. They are charged with shaping the vision for the center and its role in the campus community.

Stephanie Foote

Jackson And Nichols Professor of English 

Stephanie joined the Department of English in 2016 after having been a professor of English and Gender and Women’s Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 

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Ian Harmon

Scholarly Communications Librarian, Staff Librarian, WVU Libraries 

Dr. Harmon oversees the WVU Libraries’ Scholarly Communications and Publishing Initiatives and provides expertise on open access publishing, copyright, author rights, and digital scholarship. 

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LeaMarie Herron

Grants Administrator, Eberly College of Arts and Sciences

LeaMarie edits, assists, and trains faculty in all aspects of the grants process. She has written or co-authored numerous successful interdisciplinary and international grants.

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Katie Jones

Assistant Professor of Fashion, Dress & Merchandising

Dr. Jones is an assistant professor in the Fashion, Dress and Merchandising department in the School of Design and Community Development. 

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Jason Phillips

Associate Professor of History, Eberly Family Chair of Civil War Studies

Dr. Phillips studies the history of the future and material culture in nineteenth-century America.

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Travis Stimeling

Associate Professor of Musicology and the director of the WVU Bluegrass Band

Travis Stimeling (PhD, musicology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) is associate professor of musicology and director of the WVU Bluegrass and Old-Time Bands.

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Matthew Titolo

Professor of Law

Professor Titolo received his law degree from the University of California, Berkeley and his Ph.D. in English literature at the University of California, Los Angeles, where he studied British literature, intellectual history and literary theory.

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