MACT faculty members centrally engage media, art, culture, and technology in their research, teaching, and graduate advising. They are expected to maintain active research profiles in their field; to teach a MACT-eligible course at least every other year of full-time teaching; and to mentor MACT students, including serving on exam and dissertation committees for MACT students outside their home departments.
Any Stony Brook faculty member may become an affiliate of MACT by 1) submitting a CV and at least 2 sample graduate syllabi of courses that could be eligible for credit toward MACT, and 2) receiving a majority vote of the Executive Committee or all current MACT faculty affiliates. Faculty affiliation with MACT is reviewed and renewed or discontinued every 3 years.
MACT Faculty Members:
Timothy K. August: Assistant Professor in English *departmental bio
Nerissa S. Balce: Associate Professor in Asian and Asian American Studies *departmental bio
Robert Harvey: Distinguished Professor in Philosophy *departmental bio
Izabela Kalinowska-Blackwood: Associate Professor in English *departmental bio
E. Ann Kaplan: Distinguished Professor in English *departmental bio
Sohl Lee: Assistant Professor in Art History and Criticism *departmental bio
David S. Mather: Assistant Professor in Art History and Criticism *departmental bio
Zabet Patterson: Associate Professor in Art History and Criticism *departmental bio
Adrián Pérez-Melgosa: Associate Professor in Hispanic Languages and Literatures *departmental bio
Michael Rubenstein: Associate Professor in English *departmental bio
Benjamin Tausig: Assistant Professor in Music *departmental bio
Andrew V. Uroskie: Associate Professor in Art History and Criticism *departmental bio
Kathleen Vernon: Associate Professor in Hispanic Languages and Literatures *departmental bio
Tracey Walters: Associate Professor in Africana Studies *departmental bio
Hyo Jung Kim: MA in Art History, Summer 2018. Entering PhD program in Media, Culture, Communication at NYU.
Joelle Man: PhD in English, Spring 2019.