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|Engle, Karen||School of Law; South Asia Institute; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Professor Engle writes and lectures extensively on international law and human rights. She teaches courses in public international law, international human rights and employment discrimination, as …|
|Finn, Stephen||Psychology||Collaborative/Therapeutic Assessment Personality Assessment Gender Identity|
|Gonzalez-Lopez, Gloria||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Center for Mexican American Studies; Sociology||Gender and sexuality of Mexican and Mexican immigrant populations Dr. Gonzalez-Lopez's current research project is an in-depth sociological examination of incest and other forms of sexualized …|
|Gore, Andrea||Pharmacology and Toxicology; College of Pharmacy||The mechanisms by which the brain controls reproductive development and aging, focusing on a group of neurons in the hypothalamus that synthesize and release a peptide, gonadotropin-releasing hormone …|
|Gutierrez, Laura||Radio-Television-Film||Latin American, Mexican and Latina/o embodied practices, gender and sexuality, and questions of nation, modernity and the transnational|
|Heinzelman, Susan||English; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Representation of women in law and literature in both contemporary and historical contexts|
|Hoad, Neville||Center for Asian American Studies; Comparative Literature; English; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Nineteenth-century British literature, Victorian anthropology and sexology, Darwin and social Darwinism, history of the Church Missionary Society, feminism in imperialism, colonial discourse studies, …|
|Hofmann, Johann||School of Biological Sciences; Section of Integrative Biology||The research in Dr. Hofmann's laboratory seeks to understand the molecular and hormonal mechanisms that underlie social behavior and its evolution. Current projects focus on two main areas: 1) …|
|Hopkins, Kristine||Sociology||Reproductive health issues in Latin America and the U.S.-Mexico border, particularly the overuse of cesarean section in Brazil and Mexico, the childbirth and contraceptive experiences of HIV+ women in …|
|Hutchison, Coleman||English||U.S. Literature and culture to 1900, Poetry, Print culture, Histories of sexuality, Regional and national literatures, Cultural sociology, Working class studies, Popular and folk music|