The Big Picture on a Big Tern
After more than a decade of research I am among the world's foremost experts on a one of the world's most cosmopolitan birds - the Caspian Tern.
The Complexity of Factors Influencing Commercial Chiltepín Harvesting in the Rio Sonora Valley of Mexico: Habitats, Roads and Relationships
Last fall (2009) I spent the semester between University of Arizona's Southwest Center and the Rio Sonora Valley in northern Mexico. I was there to conduct research on chiltepins (Capsicum annuum var. glabriusculum).
Political Narratives and New Media
The past two presidential election cycles saw an explosion in campaigns use of new media. David Gutterman, Amber Davisson, and Stanislav Vysotsky are exploring the political narratives that develop through the use of these technologies. Their research centers on questions of intentionality and control.
American Jewish Identity on a Pacific Northwest Stage
During the second half of the 20th century, American Jewish identity was strongly tied to three key historical memories.
2011 Faculty Projects
Liberal Arts Research Collaborative
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