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|Osseo-Asare, Abena||History||Abena Dove Osseo-Asare is an historian of medicine and science who focuses on cases in African societies.|
|Okediji, Moyosore||John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies; African and African Diaspora Studies; Art and Art History||African Arts and Diaspora visual cultures; Nigerian Art; and Yoruba forms in American Art|
|Milich, Krista||Anthropology||Our lab is interested in Primate Behavioral Ecology. Our main areas of study are population genetics, wildlife endocrinology, comparative socioecology, mating systems, molecular ecology, …|
|Meyers, Lauren||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Integrative Biology; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Mathematical and computational biology; Infectious disease ecology and epidemiology; RNA evolution.|
|Merabet, Sofian||Anthropology; Middle Eastern Studies||Socio-Cultural Theory/Psychoanalysis/Urban Studies/Gender Studies/Queer Theory/Middle East and North Africa Sofian Merabet is a socio-cultural anthropologist with an expertise in the modern Middle …|
|Martindale, Rowan||Department of Geological Sciences of the Jackson School of Geosciences||Dr. Martindale's research is primarily focused on reef paleoecology and the geobiology of mass extinctions and carbon cycle perturbation events (e.g. ocean acidification in deep time). Research …|
|Martin, Harry||School of Law||Martin's research interests include the international trade in cultural property and digital forms of scholarly communication. He is also professionally concerned with the future of legal …|
|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|
|Livermon, Xavier||African and African Diaspora Studies; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Intersection of popular culture, gender, and sexuality in post-apartheid South Africa and the African Diaspora African Cultural Studies Black Popular Music Black Performance Black Queer …|
|Lewis, Rebecca||Anthropology||* Primate Behavior * Primate Ecology * Evolution of Cooperation * Biological Markets * Sexual Selection * Intersexual Conflict * Wild Lemurs * Captive Chimpanzees|