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|Maclachlan, Patricia||Asian Studies; Center for East Asian Studies; Government||Dr. Maclachlan's research interests include consumer politics and culture in advanced industrial democracies, with a focus on Japan. She is now completing a book on the history and politics of …|
|Mallapragada, Madhavi||Asian Studies; Radio-Television-Film; South Asia Institute||Dr. Mallapragada's research and teaching interests lie at the intersections of new media studies, Asian American studies and transnational cultural studies. In particular, she is interested in …|
|Metzler, Mark||Asian Studies; Center for East Asian Studies; History||Japanese history; international political economy; the International gold standard and the crisis of liberalism in prewar Japan Professor Metzler's book, Lever of Empire: The International Gold …|
|Minault, Gail||Asian Studies; History; Middle Eastern Studies; South Asia Institute; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||History of India & Pakistan; women's history, history of Islamic art, 19th and 20th century history of India, including religion and politics, intellectual and social history, and …|
|Mohammad, Mahboob||Asian Studies||South Asian literature and religion Telugu language|
|Oppenheim, Robert||Asian Studies; Center for East Asian Studies||Korean culture and history, Objects/space/place, History of anthropology|
|Park, Kyung||Asian Studies||Korean Language Teaching Korean Linguistics Korean Literature|
|Phillips, Stephen||Asian Studies; Philosophy; Religious Studies; South Asia Institute||Vedanta, Nyaya, Yoga; philosophy of religion; meta-philosophy; theory of value; Indian philosophy|
|Radhakrishnan, Sankaran||Asian Studies; South Asia Institute||Tamil language and literature; south Indian culture/history|
|Selby, Martha||Asian Studies; Comparative Literature; Religious Studies; South Asia Institute||representations of women, birth, and disease in classical Indian medicine; Sanskrit poetry and poetics; Prakrit and Old Tamil poetry; and Sanskrit medical literature|