Ghenwa Hayek, who specializes in modern Arabic literature, is the author of Beirut: Imagining the City, in addition to numerous articles and translations. She is currently working on a new book entitled 'Carrying Africa,' Becoming Lebanese. She has served as the interim director of the Gray Center and won numerous awards from the Martin Marty Center and the Franke Institute of the Humanities. Hayek is Associate Professor in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations.
Eric Slauter is Master of the Humanities Collegiate Division, one of five divisions in the College. He serves as the representative for the Division of the Humanities within the College with a particular responsibility for the humanities components of the Core. Slauter is Associate Professor in the Department of English Language and Literature.
Associate Dean for Planning and Administration
Matthew Hess leads strategic initiatives and oversees facilities, academic affairs, external relations, and financial and grant services for the Division of the Humanities.