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|Pat-El, Na'ama||Middle Eastern Studies||Historical Linguistics, comparative Semitic linguistics, syntax, ancient Near East, languages in contact, linguistic methodology|
|Peppas, Nikolaos||Biomedical Engineering; Chemical Engineering; College of Pharmacy||Polymer physics; Polymerization reaction engineering; Diffusion in polymers; Controlled drug delivery; Biomedical engineering; Biomaterials; Molecular modeling of protein structures in contact with …|
|Perlman, Paula||Classics; History; Religious Studies||Greek History, Greek Religion, Epigraphy|
|Prozzi, Jorge||Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Pavement Preservation; Materials, design and management; Pavement Management Systems; Probability and Statistics; Applied Econometrics; Transportation Infrastructure Management.|
|Reed, Denne||Anthropology||Human evolution; Terrestrial paleoecology; Taphonomy; GIS and remote sensing.|
|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 …|
|Robbins, Jill||Spanish and Portuguese||Spanish Literature and Culture, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Urban Studies, Poetry Transatlantic Studies, Violence and Ethics|
|Silverthorn, Dee||School of Biological Sciences||Science education.|
|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 …|
|Weinreb, Alexander||Sociology||Africa, Judaism, historical sociology Dr. Weinreb's primary research interests are in the relationship between group-level identities (family, clan, tribe, region, religion, nation, etc.) and a …|