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Ashli Q. Stokes

Professor
704-687-0780

Ashli Quesinberry Stokes (Ph.D., University of Georgia) is a professor of Communication Studies and the former Director of the Center for the Study of the New South at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. A 2020-21 Fulbright Scholar, her research about communicating identity in the Southern food movement has been described as “a call to action.” She rec

Bianca C Reisdorf

Assistant Professor

Bianca C. Reisdorf is an assistant professor in the Department of Communication Studies at UNC Charlotte. Her research examines digital inequalities in highly technologized countries with a focus on marginalized communities, often comparing populations across various countries.

Carol L. Higham

Lecturer

Carol L. Higham, Ph.D., is a lecturer in the History Department, where she teaches Native American and American history. She co-authored "Conquests and Consequences: The West from Frontier to Region" (Harlan Davidson Inc., 2009) and co-edited "One West, Two Myths, Vol. 1 and 2," (University of Calgary Press, 2001, 2004) and a series of books on the American frontier for Wiley.

Christine Haynes

Associate Professor

Christine Haynes, Ph.D., educated at the University of Michigan and the University of Chicago, is an expert in modern European, especially French, history. She has written widely about the political, military, economic, and cultural history of France, particularly in the aftermath of the French Revolution and Napoleon.

Christine Salkin Davis

Professor

Christine Davis, Ph.D., is a professor in the Communication Studies Department. Her research interests are in the intersection of family, culture and health communication. Davis publishes regularly on topics such as children’s health, end-of-life communication, family disability and qualitative research methods.

Danielle N. Boaz

Assistant Professor of Africana Studies
704-687-5558

Boaz completed a Ph.D. in History with a specialization in Africa, the African Diaspora and the Caribbean from the University of Miami, a J.D. with a concentration in International Law from the University of Toledo and a LL.M. in Intercultural Human Rights from St. Thomas University. She is a licensed attorney in the states of Florida and North Carolina.