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|Rebhorn, Wayne||Comparative Literature; English||English, Italian, French, Spanish, and Neo-Latin Renaissance literature; seminal texts in Renaissance rhetoric|
|Richmond-Garza, Elizabeth||Comparative Literature; English; Center for European Studies; Humanities Program; Plan II Honors Program; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies||Nineteenth and twentieth century European drama; Renaissance drama; Oscar Wilde; the Gothic and Orientalism; decadence; aesthetic and literary theory; literature and the fine arts|
|Sirohi, Jayant||Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics||High power density solid state actuators, Multifunctional structures, Multi-mission capable micro/unmanned aerial vehicles, Advanced V/STOL and rotorcraft design.|
|Smith, Jeffrey||Art and Art History; Religious Studies||the art of Northern Europe from 1400 to 1700 with a focus on Germany and the Low Countries|
|Storojev, Nikita||Butler School of Music||Voice performance and opera; has performed in the world's major opera houses, concert halls and international festivals in Vienna, Paris, London, Milan, New York, San Francisco, Florence, …|
|Wang, Wilfried||Architecture||Twentieth Century Architecture, Architectural Criticism, Architectural Theory, History of Architecture in Central Europe|
|Wettlaufer, Alexandra||Comparative Literature; Center for European Studies; French and Italian; Plan II Honors Program; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||interdisciplinary studies in literature and the visual arts; Comparative Literature; comparative studies in 19th-century France and Britain; gender studies; constructions of artistic identity; …|
|Wilks, Jennifer||John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies; African and African Diaspora Studies; Comparative Literature; English||Professor Wilks is currently at work on a project tracing the evolution of the Carmen figure from its original 19th-century incarnations to contemporary adaptations set in African diasporic contexts. …|
|Wiltshire, Lyn||Theatre and Dance||Concert Dance and Choreography (all disciplines); Commercial Choreography including television; film; fashion|