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Professor of Politics
Lecturer in Environmental Studies
community economies, diverse livelihood practice, ecological politics, economic anthropology, economic geography, feminist political economy, Marxian political economy, new materialist & actor network theory, political economy, political theory, post-capitalist community & economic development, poststructuralist political theory, regional community & economic development, regional development & environmental politics in Maine
Benjamin E. Mays '20 Distinguished Prof of Rhetoric, Film, and Screen Studies
Assistant Professor of Religious Studies
18th Century Tibetan History, Asian religious history, Chinese borderland religions, Gender and Authority in Tibet, gender and religion, Hagiography in Asian contexts, Privilege studies, Religion and Gender in Asia, Religions of China, Religions of South Asia, Tibetan religion, Tibetan religion and history