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|Ainslie, Ricardo||Educational Psychology; Center for Mexican American Studies||The study of psychoanalysis and cultural experience through such topics as the psychological experience of immigration, ethnic conflicts within communities, and the relationship between individual and …|
|Arias, Arturo||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Spanish and Portuguese||Latin American Studies; Central American literature; Indigenous literatures; social and critical theory; race, gender and sexuality in postcolonial societies; cultural studies, ethnographic …|
|Beach, Sheryl||Geography / Environment||Paleoenvironmental Change, Water Resources Management, Hydrology and Water Quality, Geoarchaeology, Fluvial Geomorphology, Gender and Science, Science and Human Rights, Spatial Statistics.|
|Beach, Timothy||Geography / Environment||Geoarchaeology, Soil Geomorphology, and Paleoenvironments of the Maya World and Mediterranean|
|Black, James||Architecture; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Mexico; urban design with emphasis on streetscapes, mixed use buildings and renovation projects in downtown Austin; the history and theory of Urban Design and True Urbanism|
|Bolnick, Deborah||Anthropology; School of Biological Sciences||As a molecular anthropologist, Professor Bolnick is interested in the ways that genetics, culture, and history intersect. She studies the patterns of human genetic variation and how they are shaped by …|
|Brown, Jonathan||History; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Professor Brown's current efforts are directed toward writing two books on the Cuban Revolution, a general text book and also a detailed study of the ‘secret war’ between the Cuban …|
|Brown, Richard||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology||The central theme of my research is cellulose, the most abundant macromolecule on earth. With some 10 11 tons produced and destroyed each year, we need more information on its structure and its …|
|Brown, Sharon||Kinesiology & Health Education; School of Nursing||Strategies to prevent type 2 diabetes, especially in Mexican Americans; improving health behaviors, particularly dietary factors and glucose self-monitoring, through education and group support for …|
|Cabello De Martinez, Cris||Center for Mexican American Studies; College of Pharmacy; Spanish and Portuguese||Spanish for specialized areas: Pre-med; Pharmacy. Children's Literature: Spain and Latin America. Mariology|