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|Knapp, Gregory||Geography / Environment; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Gregory Knapp's research, books, and teaching focus on culture, environment, and change in Latin America. Recent work by Knapp and his students include studies of transformations of farming …|
|Koike, Dale||Spanish and Portuguese||Spanish and Portuguese linguistics, applied linguistics, pragmatics and discourse analysis, second language acquisition. Professor Koike's research centers on pragmatics as co-constructed in …|
|Laduc, Travis||Biology Instruction Office; Section of Integrative Biology; College of Natural Sciences||I am interested in the distribution and natural history of Texas reptiles and amphibians. Current projects focus on urban populations of blotched watersnakes and populations of yellow mud turtles in …|
|Lara, Fernando||Architecture||Latin American Architecture and Urbanism, Dissemination of Architectural Knowledge, Informal Settlements|
|Latrubesse, Edgardo||Geography / Environment||Edgardo Latrubesse's main research interests include the Neogene paleogeography, paleohydrology and paleoecology of Tropical South America, geomorphology, hydrology of large rivers and the …|
|Leal, David||Government; Center for Mexican American Studies||Dr. Leal's primary academic interest is Latino politics. His goal is to understand how Latino individuals and communities shape – and are shaped by – politics in the United States. …|
|Marrett, Randall||Department of Geological Sciences of the Jackson School of Geosciences||Structural geology; deformation processes in the upper continental crust where folds, faults, and opening-mode fractures are the most important products; quantitative field observations and analysis, …|
|Marteleto, Leticia||Sociology||Dr. Marteleto's current research explores the influence of social context and transitions to adulthood on educational inequality in Brazil and in South Africa. One ongoing project examines the …|
|McCusker, John||History||The history of the economy of the Atlantic World during the 17th and 18th centuries, particularly the sugar industry (sugar, molasses, and rum production, processing, refining, financing, and sale). …|
|McDonough, Kelly||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Spanish and Portuguese||Latin American Colonial Literatures and Cultures with an emphasis on Mexican and Indigenous Studies; Nahuatl Studies; Indigenous Intellectualisms and Literacies.|