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|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|
|Bramblett, Claud||Anthropology||1. Continued study of the behavioral biology of Guenons and baboons in captivity 2. Linear models for behavior changes and social structure in Cercopithecus and Papio. 3. CAI software development for …|
|Cook, Kerry||Department of Geological Sciences of the Jackson School of Geosciences||Climate dynamics, atmospheric dynamics, global climate change, paleoclimate, climate and weather of Africa and South America, climate system modeling|
|Denbow, James||Anthropology||Africa, prehistory, history, and social thought, archaeological method and theory|
|Ebbeler, Jennifer||Classics; Religious Studies||Greco-Roman epistolography; the literature and cultural history of Late Antiquity, particularly Roman Africa; St. Augustine; Classical Latin prose; Vergil's Eclogues|
|Erlmann, Veit||Butler School of Music||ethnography, musicology, cultural studies and cultural history|
|Findley, Michael||Government||Findley's research and teaching address civil wars, terrorism, and development. He uses field experiments, statistical and computational models, and some interviews. He conducts ongoing fieldwork …|
|Forbath, William||History; School of Law||Dr Forbath's current research concerns the role of law in the creation of the modern American state, and social and economic rights in the courts and social movements of South Africa. History of …|
|High, Timothy||Art and Art History||printmaking; serigraphy; his work concentrates on the foibles of human nature as manifested in the individual and throughout society as a whole|
|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) …|