Faculty Appointments


Associate Professor of Performance
Gabrielle Civil, Ph.D.

Dr. Gabrielle Civil joins the Antioch faculty from St. Catherine University in St. Paul, Minnesota, where she earned tenure as an associate professor of English, women’s studies, and critical studies of race and ethnicity. In 2005, Civil won St. Catherine’s “Teacher of the Year” award. She earned her Ph.D. in comparative literature from NYU in 2000. Her work and performance art has been featured and performed internationally.

Visiting Asst. Professor of Visual Arts
Raewyn Martyn

Raewyn Martyn joins the Antioch faculty from Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) where she recently completed her master of fine arts degree in painting and printmaking in May 2013, and taught figure painting and basic painting courses. Her work has most recently been shown at the Whitebox Gallery in New York City and at the RAMP Gallery and Waikato Museum of Art in New Zealand.

Asst. Professor of Psychology
Deanne Bell, Ph.D.

Dr. Deanne Bell joins the Antioch faculty after receiving her doctorate in depth psychology at the Pacifica Graduate Institute in 2011 and teaching psychology at the College of New Rochelle in New Rochelle, New York. In March 2013, she led a workshop titled “Coming in From the Cold: Liberation Psychology for Counselors and Educators” at the Graduate School of Education & Counseling at Lewis & Clark College.

Visiting Asst. Professor of Political Economy
Sean Payne, ABD

Sean Payne joins the faculty of Antioch College teaching political economy courses. He is currently a doctoral candidate in the Urban and Public Affairs Program at the University of Louisville with a concentration in public administration, public policy, and political economy. Payne previously taught political science and economics, international relations, and globalization for the University of Louisville and the University of Connecticut.

Visiting Asst. Professor of History
Rahul Nair, Ph.D.

Dr. Rahul Nair joins Antioch College’s faculty from Georgia Gwinnett College in Lawrenceville, Georgia, where he has served as assistant professor of history since August 2012. Previously, he was a member of the faculty at the University of Denver as assistant professor of history, from 2005 until 2012. Nair received his doctorate degree in South Asian history from the University of Pennsylvania in 2006.

Asst. Professor of Literature
Jennifer Branlat, Ph.D.

Dr. Jennifer Branlat comes to the literature department of Antioch College from the language department, where she has been visiting assistant professor of French since 2012. She earned her doctorate in French in 2012 with a concentration in 20th century French literature and film from The Ohio State University.

Visiting Asst. Professor of Math
Barbara Sanborn, Ph.D.

Dr. Barbara Sanborn joins the faculty of Antioch College from the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology where she was previously a visiting assistant professor in mathematics. Sanborn earned her doctorate in mathematics from Arizona State University in 2011 and also holds a doctorate in physics from SUNY Stony Brook.

Spanish Instructor
Eugenia Charoni, Ph.D.

Dr. Eugenia Charoni joins the faculty of Antioch College from Wright State University, where she was an adjunct Spanish & French instructor and a student teacher supervisor, and Northern Kentucky University, where she was an adjunct Spanish instructor. Charoni earned her doctorate from the University of Cincinnati in May 2013.

Instructor in Cooperative Education
Brooke Bryan

Brooke Bryan joins the cooperative education faculty of Antioch College after working with both Glen Helen Ecology Institute and WYSO Public Radio, where she has lead public programming and oral history initiatives. Bryan received her masters in Oral History Methodology from Antioch University.

Reference Librarian
Kevin Mulhall

Kevin Mulhall’s new appointment as Antioch College’s newest librarian is somewhat familiar after he spent seven years on campus as an adjunct professor of music until 2008, and taught MLIS practicum and post-practicum in 2012. Mulhall received his masters in library and information science from Kent State University in 2012.

French Instructor
Cary Campbell, Ph.D.

Dr. Cary Campbell comes to Antioch trained as a linguist with part of his combined literature/linguistics M.A. track focusing on language pedagogy and as a literary scholar with a Ph.D. specializing in Francophone African literatures and cultures. His higher degrees were both earned at the University of Pittsburgh where he taught all levels of language courses.