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|Abrevaya, Jason||Economics; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Dr. Abrevaya's research has focused on econometric methodology, applied microeconomics, and demography. His work has utilized large-scale birth databases within the United States to research …|
|Aghaie, Kamran||Center for Middle Eastern Studies; History; Middle Eastern Studies; Religious Studies; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Modern Islamic history; Shi'i symbols and rituals in modern Iran; modern Iranian history; Shi'ism; Islamic rituals; social and cultural history; religious and political discourses; …|
|Ali, Kamran||Anthropology; Asian Studies; Américo Paredes Center for Cultural Studies; Center for Middle Eastern Studies; Comparative Literature; Middle Eastern Studies; Religious Studies; South Asia Institute; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Gender; Health; Development; Labor History; Political Economy; and Post-Colonialism|
|Amanatullah, Emily||Management||Gender Issues in Management Conflict Resolution and Negotiation Peception Formation and Stereotyping Impression Management|
|Angel, Jacqueline||LBJ School of Public Affairs; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Social policy and programs on aging; health care policy; demographic methods; gender roles. Aging and health among Mexican American women; health care policy and older women; poverty; demographic …|
|Arroyo Martinez, Jossiann||John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies; African and African Diaspora Studies; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Spanish and Portuguese||Latin American and Caribbean literatures and cultures, Luso-Brazilian literatures and cultures (1800s to present), the relationships between literature, ethnographic and sociological discourses in …|
|Atkinson, Lucinda||Advertising; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Lucy Atkinson’s primary area of research focuses on the intersection of politics and consumer behavior, particularly among young people. For example, she explores whether and to what degree …|
|Azam, Hina||Middle Eastern Studies||Islamic law and jurisprudence, women and Islam|
|Barrish, Phillip||English||Post-Civil War American literature and culture; whiteness studies and critical race theory; "masculinity" as a cultural construction; gender studies; psychoanalytic approaches to literary …|
|Bhaskar, Venkataraman||Economics||Dynamic Games and Contracts Economics of Marriage and the Family Industrial Organization Development Economics|