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|Kumar, Shanti||Asian Studies; Radio-Television-Film; South Asia Institute|
|Leoshko, Janice||Art and Art History; Asian Studies; Religious Studies; South Asia Institute||South & Southeast Asian art history & Buddhist art|
|Louis, William||Center for Middle Eastern Studies; History; Middle Eastern Studies; South Asia Institute||British Empire/Commonwealth and the history, literature, and politics of nineteenth and twentieth-century Britain|
|Mahajan, Vijay||Marketing; South Asia Institute||Research interests include Marketing strategy, marketing strategies for developing countries, product diffusion, research methodology|
|Newberg, Paula||Asian Studies; Government; LBJ School of Public Affairs; South Asia Institute|
|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|
|Raghunathan, Rajagopal||Marketing; South Asia Institute||Research interests include consumer behavior; decision theory; emotional and behavioral consequences of making hedonic vs. utilitarian tradeoffs; social influence on experienced and retrospective …|
|Rudrappa, Sharmila||Center for Asian American Studies; Sociology; South Asia Institute; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Dr. Rudrappa's interests include comparative race/ ethnicity, feminist theory, labor and citizenship, gender, nationality, citizenship, how globalization affects the social rights of citizenship, …|
|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|