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|Young, Michael||Religious Studies; Sociology||Social Movements, Historical Sociology, Sociology of Religion, Sociological Theory|
|Woods, Marjorie||Comparative Literature; English; Religious Studies; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Literary theory; rhetoric; women, gender, and literature; literature of the Middle Ages in translation; medieval women readers and writers in England; medieval and renaissance rhetoric and pedagogy; …|
|Woodruff, Paul||Classics; Philosophy; Religious Studies||Ancient philosophy, early Greek philosophy, aesthetics, democracy, virtue ethics, Socrates, Plato|
|White, L||Classics; Religious Studies||Religions of the Roman Empire; social context of Jews and Christians in the Graeco-Roman period|
|Waldman, Louis||Art and Art History; Religious Studies||the art of Renaissance Italy; fifteenth- and sixteenth-century painting and sculpture, graphic arts and architecture|
|Wade, Maria||Anthropology; Center for European Studies; Religious Studies||ethnoarchaeology; ethnohistory/historical anthropology; Native American prehistory and history; dynamics of culture change; power; ethnicity; gender; ceramic technology; Texas, Northern Mexico; …|
|Traphagan, John||Asian Studies; Religious Studies||Religion, ritual, aging, mental illness, disability, scientific search for extraterrestrial intelligence, Japan, second life|
|Stalker, Nancy||Center for Asian American Studies; Asian Studies; Center for East Asian Studies; History; Religious Studies||20th-century cultural history, new religious movements, gender Professor Stalker's scholarship examines the relationship between cultural and religious practice and national identity in modern …|
|Spellberg, Denise||Center for Middle Eastern Studies; History; Medieval Studies Program; Middle Eastern Studies; Religious Studies; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Medieval Islamic history and religion; Ottoman Turkish and Byzantine cultures; pre-Islamic religions of Iran; Islam in Europe and America; Gender- social attitudes toward women in each of these …|
|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|