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|Bump, Jerome||English||Ethics; Leadership; Animal Humanities; Environmental Literature; 19th century British literature; computers and English; rhetoric; Gerard Manley Hopkins; Victorian literature; literature of nature; …|
|Buskey, Edward||Marine Science||Professor Buskey's research interests in marine science have focused on studies of the behavioral ecology of marine zooplankton, and how sensory perception mediates behavioral adaptations for …|
|Cannatella, David||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Integrative Biology; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Reptile and amphibian biodiversity and evolution. Molecular systematics and phylogeny of amphibians; biogeography and biodiversity of Latin America. Evolutionary morphology of amphibians.|
|Chatterjee, Indrani||History||Intellectual and economics histories of South Asia Indian historiography|
|Davis, Donald||Asian Studies||Sanskrit Dharmaśāstra Law and Religion Medieval India Malayalam|
|Davis, Janet||American Studies; History; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||U.S. cultural and social history; popular culture; social thought; animal studies; women’s and gender history; U.S. social movements; modern South Asia. Davis serves as a regular consultant for …|
|Faigley, Lester||English; Department of Rhetoric and Writing||Visual rhetoric, digital tecnhologies, photography, travel literature|
|Hindman, Heather||Anthropology; Asian Studies; South Asia Institute||Anthropology; Gender Studies; South Asia; Globalization Critical development, expatriate communities, tourism, social theory, global labor and gender, bureaucracy, entrepreneurialism, social aspects …|
|Jinks, Derek||School of Law||Dr. Jinks's research and teaching interests include: Public international law, International humanitarian law, Human rights law, Criminal law, Rule of law in war time, Presidential power.|
|Lincove, Jane||LBJ School of Public Affairs||Dr. Lincove's research focuses on education policy and economics of education in the U.S. and in developing countries.|