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|Neuburger, Mary||History; Religious Studies; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Modern southeastern Europe, ethnic conflict, nationalism, material culture, and gender|
|Newman, Martha||History; Religious Studies||Professor Newman is the Chair of the Religious Studies Department. Her current research focuses on monastic miracle collections and monastic attitudes toward women and the poor.|
|Palaima, Thomas||Center for Middle Eastern Studies; Classics; Plan II Honors Program; Religious Studies||Aegean and eastern Mediterranean prehistory and archaeology pertaining to inscribed or marked materials Linear B Decipherment theory and the use of texts within cultures and over time War and Violence …|
|Peers, Glenn||Art and Art History; Center for Middle Eastern Studies; Medieval Studies Program; Religious Studies; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies||Byzantine and Eastern Christian art and culture|
|Perlman, Paula||Classics; History; Religious Studies||Greek History, Greek Religion, Epigraphy|
|Phillips, Stephen||Asian Studies; Philosophy; Religious Studies; South Asia Institute||Vedanta, Nyaya, Yoga; philosophy of religion; meta-philosophy; theory of value; Indian philosophy|
|Regnerus, Mark||Religious Studies; Sociology||Sociology of Religion, Sexual Behavior, Marriage and Family, HIV/AIDS in Africa. Young adult sexual decision-making; the influence of religion on sexual attitudes and behavior; religion and family …|
|Sager, Lawrence||School of Law; Religious Studies||Constitutional theorist and scholar|
|Seales, Chad||Religious Studies||Religion in the United States | religion and industry | religion and popular culture | religion and food | American evangelicalism | religion and capitalism|
|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|