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|Stewart, Kathleen||Anthropology; Américo Paredes Center for Cultural Studies; Center for European Studies||Cultural generativity, affect, ordinary life, public culture, political imaginaries, ethnographic writing, narrative, ethnopoetics, post-structuralism, U.S. popular culture, Appalachia, Las Vegas.|
|Strandow, Josef Karl-Johan Daniel||Center for European Studies|
|Tissieres, Helene||John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies; Comparative Literature; Center for European Studies; French and Italian; Middle Eastern Studies||African and Caribbean literature, African and French film, African contemporary art, African music, Biennial of Dakar. Interested in the way the arts are linked throughout Africa, I have been writing …|
|Tucker, Aviezer||Center for European Studies||He is particularly interested in the geo-political, local- political, and social aspects of shale gas extraction through hydraulic fracturing. Dr. Tucker’s academic background is in political …|
|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; …|
|Wettlaufer, Alexandra||Comparative Literature; Center for European Studies; French and Italian; Plan II Honors Program; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||interdisciplinary studies in literature and the visual arts; Comparative Literature; comparative studies in 19th-century France and Britain; gender studies; constructions of artistic identity; …|
|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 …|