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|Potter, Joseph||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Sociology||Joseph Potter's interests lie in the areas of reproductive health, population and development, and demographic estimation. Together with Carl Schmertmann, Renato Assunção, and …|
|Pratter, Jonathan||School of Law||International law Comparative law Legal research methods|
|Quinto-Pozos, David||Linguistics||Signed languages, Language contact, Signed language disorders, Language and gesture|
|Raby, Megan||History||History of Science Environmental History US and Caribbean 19th and 20th century American science Transnational connections of science in the US with Latin American and European science|
|Ramirez, Manuel||Center for Mexican American Studies; Psychology||Cross-cultural psychology, ethnopsychology, cognitive styles, and cultural values. Current research interests are in multicultural psychotherapy, on the relationship of acculturation to mental health …|
|Resta, Paul||Curriculum and Instruction||Web-based learning environments; computer-supported collaborative learning; the use of telecommunications and multimedia technologies to enhance learning opportunities for students in rural isolated …|
|Robbins, Jill||Spanish and Portuguese||Spanish Literature and Culture, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Urban Studies, Poetry Transatlantic Studies, Violence and Ethics|
|Roberts, Bryan||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Sociology||Dr. Bryan Roberts' activities encompass many funded research projects, most currently a Ford Foundation funded research and training project on Self-sustaining Community Development in Argentina, …|
|Roncador, Sonia||Comparative Literature; Spanish and Portuguese||-Brazilian Literature and Cultureal Studies in Brazil -Feminist Approaches in Literature -Latin American Film and Visual Arts|
|Runggaldier, Astrid||Art and Art History||Mesoamerican and Maya archaeology and anthropology; Maya architecture, households, and built environments; landscape archaeology; archaeological ceramics, and pottery ethnoarchaeology; material …|