Tenure Awarded to Angle, Gallarotti and Gottschalk

Congratulations to the faculty members who were promoted to full professor:

Stephen Angle, philosophy

His research focuses on neo-Confucian philosophy, and his books include Sagehood: The Contemporary Significance of Neo-Confucian Philosophy (forthcoming from Oxford University Press) and Human Rights and Chinese Thought: A Cross-Cultural Inquiry (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002).

Giulio Gallarotti, government

His research and teaching focus on international relations, political economy, international organization, and diplomacy.

Peter Gottschalk, religion

His books include: Classifying Religion: British Scientism and the Discovery of Hindu and Muslim Indias (forthcoming from Oxford University Press), Islamophobia: Making Muslims the Enemy, co-authored with Gabriel Greenberg (Rowen & Littlefield, 2007), and Beyond Hindu and Muslim: Multiple Identity in Narratives from Village India (New York and Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2000 and 2001).

Elizabeth Willis, associate professor of English, was appointed an endowed professorship, the Shapiro-Silverberg Associate Professor of Creative Writing.

[The Wesleyan Connection]

16 thoughts on “Tenure Awarded to Angle, Gallarotti and Gottschalk

  1. Anonymous

    Liz, anon speaks the truth. They were already awarded tenure when they were promoted to associates. Now they were promoted to full professors. The Wes Connection just screwed up the headline

  2. Anonymous

    Liz, anon speaks the truth. They were already awarded tenure when they were promoted to associates. Now they were promoted to full professors. The Wes Connection just screwed up the headline

  3. Liz

    anon–
    The Wesleyan Connection headline (in the email to students) says “Tenure Awarded To…” so going by that source, promotion to full professor = tenure. I don’t know the specifics of the tenure process, however.

  4. Liz

    anon–
    The Wesleyan Connection headline (in the email to students) says “Tenure Awarded To…” so going by that source, promotion to full professor = tenure. I don’t know the specifics of the tenure process, however.

  5. anon

    Pretty sure all these profs already had tenure and were just promoted fom Associate Prof (w/ tenure) to Full Prof (w/ tenure). Maybe I’m confused, though.

  6. anon

    Pretty sure all these profs already had tenure and were just promoted fom Associate Prof (w/ tenure) to Full Prof (w/ tenure). Maybe I’m confused, though.

  7. Anonymous

    Congrats! Of these pros, I’ve only had Angle, but he was really great. So glad he got tenure!

  8. Anonymous

    Congrats! Of these pros, I’ve only had Angle, but he was really great. So glad he got tenure!

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