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|Stockli, Daniel||Department of Geological Sciences of the Jackson School of Geosciences||My research focuses on (1) the integrated application of thermochronology and geochronology to tectonic and geological problems to better understand the temporal and thermal aspects of tectonic, …|
|Slawek, Stephen||Butler School of Music; South Asia Institute||Musical traditions of South Asia; American popular music; performance practice in India|
|Sirohi, Jayant||Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics||High power density solid state actuators, Multifunctional structures, Multi-mission capable micro/unmanned aerial vehicles, Advanced V/STOL and rotorcraft design.|
|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, …|
|Sathasivan, K||School of Biological Sciences||applied plant molecular biology areas such as plant genetic engineering, genome analysis, expression of foreign proteins in plants and developing biofuels.|
|Sarkar, Sahotra||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Integrative Biology; Philosophy; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Selection and design of biodiversity reserves and other conservation areas; mathematical ecology; disease ecology and epidemiology; history and philosophy of science; environmental ethics, Kant|
|Newberg, Paula||Asian Studies; Government; LBJ School of Public Affairs; South Asia Institute|
|Mohammad, Mahboob||Asian Studies||South Asian literature and religion Telugu language|
|Maxwell, Philip||School of Law||Risk analysis; law, ethics, human behavior|
|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|