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|Shingavi, Snehal||English; South Asia Institute||Anglophone South Asian literature, Hindi/Urdu literature, Literature in Translation and Translation Theory, Theories of “the nation” (anticolonialism, nationalism, statism, …|
|Shirazi, Faegheh||Middle Eastern Studies; South Asia Institute||Textiles, dress, gender identity discourse, and material culture in the Middle East; the meanings of veiling; rituals and rites of passage as they relate to material culture|
|Slawek, Stephen||Butler School of Music; South Asia Institute||Musical traditions of South Asia; American popular music; performance practice in India|
|Sudarshan, George||Physics; South Asia Institute||Fundamentals of quantum mechanics, Open quantum systems, Quantum computation and quantum information theory, Elementary particle physics, quantum optics, quantum field theory, gauge field theories, …|
|Talbot, Cynthia||Asian Studies; History; Middle Eastern Studies; South Asia Institute||Social and cultural history of medieval and early modern India (ca. 1000-1750); historiography and historical memories, Hindu-Muslim relations.|
|Vishwanath, Sriram||Electrical and Computer Engineering; South Asia Institute; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Information theory, Wireless communications, Coding theory|
|Wilkins, Karin||Center for Middle Eastern Studies; Middle Eastern Studies; Radio-Television-Film; South Asia Institute; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Development and international communication, media and social change|
|Wilson, Patricia||Community & Regional Planning; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; South Asia Institute||Participatory planning; international and local sustainable community development; local development in Latin America; public participation; conflict resolution skills; individual and social …|
|Wojciehowski, Hannah||Comparative Literature; English; Center for European Studies; South Asia Institute; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||late medieval and Renaissance literature and culture; early modern colonialism, globalization, and group identity formation; the history of women's writing; the history of literary criticism and …|