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Owen Anderson studies the Philosophy of Religion and Religion in America. He has authored books exploring the relationship between reason, God, and the good. His research interests include reason and common ground.
Akua Duku Anokye is a sociolinguist with research on African Diaspora orality & literacy, folklore, discourse analysis, oral history specializing in Ghanaian culture, religion, storytelling, dance, and social justice.
Becky Ball is a field ecologist studying the impacts of global environmental change (such as air pollution, species loss, and climate change) on soil ecosystems. Currently her research has focused on desert and polar soils.
Scott Barclay's research project explores the interplay of political, demographic, and social movement factors that influence the deployment of law. He has a PhD in Political Science from Northwestern University..
Dr. Behl's areas of expertise are Gender and Politics; Race, Ethnicity, and Politics; Democracy and Citizenship; Indian Politics; Feminist and Interpretive Methodology; Sikhs and Sikh Diaspora.
Statistician. Has held positions at Florida State University, North Carolina State University, Arizona State University, and the National Science Foundation. ASA Fellow and IMS Fellow.
Dr. Bixby's research falls primarily under the heading of Irish studies, but also addresses British modernism, postcolonial theory and criticism, Continental philosophy, and issues of travel, mobility, and the body.
Broatch is a statistician who specializes in mixed models and the application of those models to educational data, the development of statistics education, and plays a key role in a number of interdisciplinary projects.
Mary H. Burleson is an Associate Professor in Psychology. She earned her Ph.D. in Psychology (Behavioral Neuroscience program) from Arizona State University in 1994. Her postdoctoral training was at Ohio State University in t
Dr. Cahill’s research focuses on environmental and analytical chemistry. Most of the research involves determining organic pollutants in the atmosphere and relating these chemicals back to their sources.
Ph.D. Cornell University; co-Directed summer undergraduate research programs; research in mathematics applied to biology and sociology; mentoring & research awards from SACNAS, ASU's AWM, Hispanic Women's Corp
Catalina Cayetano, M.A. is an instructor for the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences in the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences and a doctoral candidate in the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication.
Sherry Cisler, Senior Lecturer, joined the ASU New College faculty in 2000 and teaches primarily Composition and Rhetoric, Literary Theory and Film Studies, Early and Modern American Literatures, and Multicultural Literatures
Patricia Clark is an interdisciplinary artist and educator working in video, interactive media installations and performance, digital prints, and experimental documentary.
He is an associate editor for the Color of Politics blog and primarily interested in research on American political development and the intersection between immigration policy and civil rights, social movements and federalism