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|Del Castillo, Lina||History|
|Di-Capua, Yoav||History; Middle Eastern Studies||Modern Arab Intellectual History|
|Falola, Oloruntoyin||John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies; African and African Diaspora Studies; History||African history since the 19th century, African literature, African economy|
|Forbath, William||History; School of Law||Dr Forbath's current research concerns the role of law in the creation of the modern American state, and social and economic rights in the courts and social movements of South Africa. History of …|
|Forgie, George||History||U.S. political and constitutional history, 1763-1877; northern political writing during the Civil War; Abraham Lincoln|
|Frazier, Alison||Comparative Literature; History; Medieval Studies Program; Religious Studies; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Current research projects include editions of humanist saints' lives; a study of a quattrocento hexameral commentary; a census of Bonino Mombrizio's c. 1477 "Sanctuarium"|
|Garfield, Seth||History; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||rubber tapping in the Brazilian Amazon during World War II; the roots of contemporary popular mobilization in the rain forest; Brazilian history; race and ethnicity in Latin America; indigenous …|
|Green, Laurie||History; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||politics of race and gender in the postwar U.S.; social movements; cultural studies; political consciousness in the civil rights era urban South, especially new articulations of freedom emerging from …|
|Guha, Sumit||History||Economic histories with interests in demography and agriculture Study of environmental and ethnic histories|
|Guridy, Frank||John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies; African and African Diaspora Studies; History; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Afro-Diasporic Encounters between Cubans and U.S. Americans of African descent in the in the twentieth century; U.S. empire building in the Caribbean and Latin America; Transnational history; African …|