- D'Angelo's areas of scholarly endeavor are the origins of Christianity, Judaism in Roman antiquity and Greek and Roman religion, with particular interests in women and gender in ancient religion, and in history of exegesis.
Sonia Gernes – Emeritus Faculty
- Sonia Gernes is Professor Emerita of English at the University of Notre Dame where she taught Creative Writing, American Literature and Gender Studies.
Jill Godmilow – Emeritus Faculty
- As a producer/director, Jill Godmilow has earned a substantial reputation during more than four decades of film and video making. Considered one of the primary theoreticians/practitioners in the American non-fiction genre, she has been interviewed in American Film, Afterimage, In These Times, The Independent, History and Theory, Text Performance Quarterly and featured in international festivals since 1973.
Kathleen Pyne – Emeritus Faculty
- Pyne's research on women artists in early 20th-century American modernism culminated in her book, Modernism and the Feminine Voice: O'Keeffe and the Women of the Stieglitz Circle (University of California Press, 2007).