San Diego Mesa College's faculty and staff have a wide variety of skills and expertise ranging from local politics, ethnomusicology, and American literature to genetics, physics, and behavioral analysis. Specialists are associated with one or more categories that are either in their field of study or general interest. More
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Literature, Russia, Publishing
Area of Expertise20th Century American Literature and Poetry, Russian Futurism and Absurdism, Book Publishing Industry
English professor Susan Hogan is an expert in American literature and poetry, as well as multiple areas of Russian culture, including Russian Futurism and Absurdism. Along with minoring in Russian while at the University of Illinois at Chicago, she also earned a Study Abroad Certificate from Moscow State University. She is also well-versed on the book publishing industry, earning a certificate in Book Publishing from the University of Denver and having experience as a project manager for a children's book publisher before switching career tracks to academia.
Role at MesaAdjunct Professor, English
Area of ExpertiseBehavioral analysis (experimental and applied), General psychology, Psychology of learning and development, Medieval Russian culture and dress, Soviet Union and its aftereffects
Inna Kanevsy is a Psychology professor at San Diego Mesa College. Her expertise includes general psychology, experimental behavioral analysis, and learning and development. She is also knowledgeable on elements of Russian/Soviet Union history, including Medieval Russian culture and dress along with the Soviet Union and its aftereffects.
Role at MesaProfessor, Psychology