Faculty


John Zarobell

Program Director
(415) 422-4734

John Zarobell is the Department Chair of International Studies at the University of San Francisco. Formerly, he held the positions of assistant...

Education:

PhD, History of Art, University of California, Berkeley | MA, History of Art, University of California, Berkeley | BA, Fine Art, Hampshire College

Courses:

Special Topics, The World Since 1945, Research Methods, Colonialism and Empire, Postcolo Migration & Cities, Directed Study, BAIS Internship, European Cultures and Lives, History and Politics of Global Issues, Special Topics, Directed Reading, Curatorial Studies Practicum, The World Since 1945, Introduction to Globalization, Urban Theories and Methods

Susanne Hoelscher

Adjunct Professor
(415) 422-2802

Susanne Hoelscher received her PhD in German Studies from the University of California, Davis, with an emphasis in post-wall Berlin literature and...

Education:

PhD, German Studies, University of California, Davis | MA, German Studies, San Francisco State University

Courses:

Paris-Berlin, First Semester German, Second Semester German, Third Semester German, German Literature and Culture/1945-Today, Paris-Berlin

Catherine Lusheck

Associate Professor
(415) 422-5612

Kate Lusheck specializes in early modern, European art, works on paper, and curatorial practice. She is Program Director and Associate Professor of...

Education:

PhD, History of Art, University of California, Berkeley (December 2000) | MA, History of Art, University of California, Berkeley (May 1992) | BA, Political Science magna cum laude, DePauw University (May 1987)

Courses:

Survey of Western Art History I, Renaissance Art, Baroque Art:Rome to Versailles, Medieval Art & Society, Special Topics, Directed Study/Research, Renaissance Culture, Renaissance Art and Culture, Museum Studies: History/Theory, Curatorial Studies Practicum, St Ignatius Institute Symposium

Keally McBride

Professor
(415) 422-4379

Dr. Keally McBride joined the Politics department in Fall 2007. She received her graduate degrees at University of California at Berkeley with a...

Education:

Graduate degrees (focus in Political Theory), University of California, Berkeley

Expertise:

Political Theory, Feminist Politics and Theory, Citizenship and Globalization, American Political Thought, Theories of Justice, Comparative Western European Politics

Courses:

Research Methods, Erasmus Community, Erasmus Community, Quantitative Methods in Public Affairs, Directed Reading, Ideas and Institutions, Change and Conflict, Politics & Society in Europe, Politics of War & Peace, Directed Study, Senior Pol - Honors Seminar, Rsrch Methds for Urban Affairs, Research Methods for Urban Affairs

Matthew Motyka S.J.

Associate Professor
(415) 422-5765

Assistant Professor, is the French language coordinator. He has a PhD in Romance Languages and Literatures from UC Berkeley. He earned an MA in...

Education:

PhD, Romance Languages and Literatures, UC Berkeley | MA, Philosophy of Religion, Heythrop College of the University of London | M.Div., Jesuit School of Theology, GTU Berkeley

Courses:

Second Semester French, Intermediate French Conv, Finesses de la langue, Finesses de la langue II, Paris: Biographie d’une ville, Le bon sens et la folie, Guerre et paix, Dir Reading & Research, First Semester Italian, Third Semester Italian

Elliot Neaman

Professor
(415) 422-6411

Elliot Neaman received a BA in sociology from the University of British Columbia in 1979, an MA in history and philosophy from the Freie Universität...

Education:

PhD, History, University of California at Berkeley | MA, History and Philosophy, Freie Universität in Berlin | BA, Sociology, University of British Columbia

Courses:

The World Since 1945, European Civilization, Historical Methods, The World Since 1945, Modern German History, Special Undergraduate Studies in History, Undergraduate Seminar in European History, Late Modern Intellectual History; Existentialism and Humanism

Katrina Olds

Associate Professor, History
(415) 422-4378

Katrina Olds is a specialist in early modern Spanish history. Her research interests include popular culture and religion; Counter-Reformation...

Education:

PhD and MA, History, Princeton University | Masters of Theological Studies, Harvard Divinity School

Courses:

Special Topics, First-Year Seminar-Top in Hist, Special Topics in Historical Methodology, Muslims, Christians and Jews in Medieval Spain, Undergraduate Seminar in European History, Renaissance Culture, New World Encounters, Directed Research, Davies Seminar, Western Heritage, St Ignatius Institute Symposium

Ana Urrutia-Jordana

Professor
(415) 422-6043

She has taught at the University of San Francisco since 1996 and has been a recipient of a Fulbright Fellowship to the Universidad de Salamanca in Spain.

Education:

PhD and MA, Spanish Literature, Stanford University (1996) | BA, Linguistics, University of California, Berkeley

Courses:

Fourth Semester Spanish, Conversación en Español, Conversación Profesiones, El Cuento Hispánico Moderno, La Invención de España, España Hoy, Dir Reading & Research, Don Quijote de la Mancha