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  • Muniba Saleem | Department of Communication Studies
    Hurt Task Teaching Letter of Recommendation News Google Scholar Welcome Office Hours Winter 2016 Days Mondays Time 11 00 12 00 p m and by appointment Office 5373 North Quad Affiliations Assistant Professor Department of Communication Studies Adjunct Assistant Professor Department of Psychology Faculty Associate Institute of Social Research Search for Contact Assistant Professor Department of Communication Studies 5373 North Quad 105 South State Street Ann Arbor MI 48109 1285

    Original URL path: http://sites.lsa.umich.edu/munibasaleem/ (2016-04-29)
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  • David Schoem | Director, Michigan Community Scholars Program, Adj. Associate Professor, Sociology
    Overbrook I helped to organize my peers across the public high school system into intergroup relations committees to counter the race riots and conflicts in the schools and the city I held youth leadership positions in high school and in the Jewish community In college as a First Generation college student I had a stimulating and liberating education without grades at the Residential College at the University of Michigan including a year of independent study looking at intergroup relations while studying in Israel and teaching in the alternative British infant schools While studying for my Master s Degree in Education at Harvard University s Graduate School of Education with Professor Don Oliver I was an organizer and co founder of a Peace Studies program there before going on to complete my Ph D at UC Berkeley studying social stratification socialization inequalities in education in cross cultural perspective and educational reform in K 12 and higher ed with Professors John Ogbu Sheila Walker and John Michaelis in the area of Policy Studies and the Sociology Anthropology of Education My dissertation focused on Jewish identity and community in a pluralistic society Today I continue to practice my jump shot and tend to

    Original URL path: http://sites.lsa.umich.edu/davidschoem/ (2016-04-29)
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  • Randy Stockbridge | Biophysics/MCDB
    Specific F export isn t an easy task since the ion s radius only differs by half an Angstrom from that of the world s most abundant aqueous ion Cl Two different membrane protein families have evolved to accomplish it the Fluc family of fluoride channels and the CLCF family of F H antiporters My laboratory is investigating the molecular mechanism of both classes of protein using a breadth of

    Original URL path: https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/randystockbridge/ (2016-04-29)
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  • Ryan Szpiech | Associate Professor, University of Michigan
    and Muslims I am particularly interested in conversion as a vehicle for exchange real and imagined between disparate groups as well as in modern scholarly debates about how to frame the history and criticism of Medieval Iberia and its cultures One two or three cultures Conquest or reconquest Spanish or Iberian Tolerance or persecution I have focused much of my research on the fourteenth century convert Abner of Burgos known

    Original URL path: http://sites.lsa.umich.edu/ryanszpiech/ (2016-04-29)
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  • Xiaobing Tang 唐小兵 | Professor of Modern Chinese Studies
    view of Tourists a woodblock print by Fang Limin 2011 My research in recent years has focused on visual culture and art history but my training was in literary studies and theory Primarily a scholar of modern and contemporary Chinese culture and society I also teach courses in comparative literature A major project related to my new book is Multiple Impressions Contemporary Chinese Woodblock Prints an exhibition that I curated

    Original URL path: http://sites.lsa.umich.edu/maxtang/ (2016-04-29)
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  • George Tsebelis, Ph.D. | Department of Political Science
    Players Data Published Articles Working Papers Home Hello and welcome to my home page You will find my curriculum vitae working papers and datasets I have collected You will also find summaries of my books and links to my syllabi and classes Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or comments Email tsebelis umich edu Search for Contact Anatol Rapoport Collegiate Professor of Political Science Department

    Original URL path: https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/tsebelis/ (2016-04-29)
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  • Tom Weisskopf | Professor (Emeritus) of Economics
    see my presentation to a Festschrift Conference in 2011 Here is an informal personal account of the development of radical political economics in the U S that I gave in a talk on The Origin and Evolution of Radical Political Economics 9 25 12 For a more formal and detailed set of reflections on this topic see my Reflections on 50 Years of Radical Political Economy published in the Review of Radical Political Economics Fall 2014 I worked with a group of Michigan researchers to prepare the following report on economic inequality in Washtenaw County Growing Together Drifting Apart March 2015 My thoughts about Thomas Piketty s important book CAPITAL IN THE 21ST CENTURY 2014 are set out in a Review of Thomas Piketty June 2014 For my perspective on the ongoing economic crisis and what to do about it see the following talks East Lansing MI 2 18 12 Detroit MI 4 19 12 and Ann Arbor MI 4 23 13 Subsequently I contributed several posts on U S macroeconomic policy to the PERI blog on Back to Full Employment linked to Robert Pollin s book of the same title Here is some information about my book AFFIRMATIVE ACTION

    Original URL path: http://sites.lsa.umich.edu/tomweisskopf/ (2016-04-29)
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  • Milford Wolpoff | Department of Anthropology
    data set My background combines human anatomy evolutionary theory population genetics and biomechanics as applied to my study of the human and non human primate fossil record for the most part in the museums and laboratories where the fossils are stored At the Croatian Natural History Museum studying Krapina Neandertals I am the author of 8 books and monographs and numerous papers on human evolution and related wide ranging topics such as allometry phylogeny dental development and tooth wear sexual dimorphism and the role of genetics in paleoanthropological research My research has been international in the many countries where human and primate fossils have been found and I have addressed evolutionary issues from virtually all time periods of human and pre human evolution from hominid origins to the appearance and evolution of modern Homo sapiens But I consider myself a generalist with interests in the broad patterns of human evolution and their causes Thusly I am a leading supporter of the Multiregional Evolution Hypothesis I coined the term that describes Pleistocene human evolution in Homo sapiens as a pattern of long term adaptive changes in central African and peripheral populations connected by gene flow I have been at the University

    Original URL path: https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/wolpoff/ (2016-04-29)
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