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|Hoad, Neville||Center for Asian American Studies; Comparative Literature; English; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Nineteenth-century British literature, Victorian anthropology and sexology, Darwin and social Darwinism, history of the Church Missionary Society, feminism in imperialism, colonial discourse studies, …|
|Hunt, Bruce||American Studies; History||His research focuses on the relationship between technology and science in the 19th century, and particularly on the interaction between theory and practice in the Victorian telegraph industry. He …|
|Kaulbach, Ernest||Classics; Comparative Literature; English; Medieval Studies Program; Religious Studies; South Asia Institute||Language and linguistics, Medieval studies|
|Kuzmic, Tatiana||Comparative Literature; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies; Slavic and Eurasian Studies||Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian languages; Balkan, Russian, and comparative literature; nineteenth century European novel|
|Lang, Elon||The Thomas Jefferson Center for the Study of Core Texts and Ideas; Humanities Program; School of Information; Medieval Studies Program|
|Lin, Jung-Fu||Department of Geological Sciences of the Jackson School of Geosciences||Understanding the nature of the Earth and planetary interiors as well as material sciences through direct examination of the properties of materials under high-pressure and high/low-temperature …|
|Maxwell, Philip||School of Law||Risk analysis; law, ethics, human behavior|
|McCusker, John||History||The history of the economy of the Atlantic World during the 17th and 18th centuries, particularly the sugar industry (sugar, molasses, and rum production, processing, refining, financing, and sale). …|
|Moore, Lisa||Comparative Literature; English; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Eighteenth century and Romantic literatures; Early American literature; Anglo-American women's literature; feminist and queer theory and the history of sexuality; poetry and poetics.|
|Murphy, Richard||Economics||Dr Murphy’s area of research is the economics of education using applied methods. His research to date has focused on the education production function, teacher labor markets, and higher …|