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|Adams, Paul||Geography / Environment; Urban Studies||Representations of place, communication media, globalization, nationalism, regional identity, France, Quebec, the Nordic Region, communication geography, Nobel Peace Prize Adams applies various …|
|Arias, Arturo||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Spanish and Portuguese||Latin American Studies; Central American literature; Indigenous literatures; social and critical theory; race, gender and sexuality in postcolonial societies; cultural studies, ethnographic …|
|Atkinson, Lucinda||Advertising||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|
|Barnitz, Jacqueline||Art and Art History; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Conceptual art in Latin America since the mid-1960s; methods for teaching art history in Latin American universities|
|Benzrihem, Robin||French and Italian|
|Berg, Charles||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Center for Mexican American Studies; Radio-Television-Film||Latino images in film; Mexican cinema; visual culture; film studies; film theory and criticism|
|Bertelsen, Lance||English||Eighteenth-century British Literature and culture, with particular focus on the relationship of commercial authorship and popular culture at mid-century, representations of World War II|
|Biow, Douglas||Comparative Literature; French and Italian; History; Medieval Studies Program; Plan II Honors Program||Renaissance Italy. The History of the Individual from Antiquity to the Modern World. Professionalism. Humanism. Cleanliness and Propriety.|
|Birkholz, Daniel||English||History of cartography, post-Medieval Medievalism, biography and psychoanalysis, documentary culture, manuscript study, visual culture, gender studies, regionalism, nationalism, imperialism, …|