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alejandro t. acierto is an artist, musician, and curator whose work is largely informed by legacies of colonialism found within human relationships to technology and material cultures.
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.
Anokye is a sociolinguist with research on African Diaspora orality and literacy, folklore, discourse analysis and oral history specializing in Ghanaian culture, religion, storytelling, dance and social justice.
Firoz studies “resilience-based” approaches to humanitarian aid for Syrian refugees in Jordan and Lebanon, exploring intersections between humanitarianism, ethics and forced migration in the Middle East.
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.
Barclay's research project explores the interplay of political, demographic, and social movement factors that influence the deployment of law. He has a doctorate in political science from Northwestern University..
Behl specializes in the study of inequalities in liberal democracies. Her book received the APSA 2021 Lee Ann Fujii Award. She was also awarded ASU's Outstanding Teaching Award and Outstanding Faculty Mentor Awards.
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.
Bolhofner is working to employ skeletal trauma analysis to improve diagnostic criteria that will address and curb the rising trend of physical elder abuse.