Faculty Profiles

Our faculty are active researchers, writers and speakers; many of them internationally known for their contributions toward the advancement of their fields of study. But, most of all, they're passionate, caring teachers.

  • Jocelyn Fenton Stitt, PhD

    Division Chair of the Social Sciences, Associate Professor

    Jocelyn Fenton Stitt is an interdisciplinary scholar trained in women's and critical race studies. She earned her BA in Women's Studies and English from Pomona College, her MLitt in Caribbean cultural studies from the University of Edinburgh (UK), and her PhD in Women's Studies and English from the University of Michigan. Before joining St. Kate, she was Director of Research Development at the Institute for Research on Women and Gender at the University of Michigan, and before that, Associate Professor of Women's Studies at Minnesota State University.

    Her book Dreams of Archives Unfolded: Absence and Caribbean Life Writing (2021) is part of Rutgers University's Critical Caribbean Studies series.

  • Margret McCue-Enser, PhD

    Associate Professor, Communication Studies

    Dr. Margret McCue-Enser teaches and researches rhetoric of place with a focus on Indigenous activism and settler colonialism.

    Dr. McCue's work has appeared in the Quarterly Journal of Speech, Argumentation and Advocacy, and Communication Studies. Her work is included in Decolonizing Native American Rhetoric (2018, Kelly and Black, eds.) Her research includes collaborative work with Luther professor Derek Sweet on the rhetoric of President Barack Obama which resulted in the Communication Studies article as well a as a book chapter in Reconsidering Obama: Reflections on Rhetoric (2017, Terrell, ed.

  • Rafael Cervantes, PhD

    Associate Professor, Communication Studies

    Communication Studies, Electronic Media Studies, Applied Science in Communication Studies (Pre-OT)