Amel Ahmed focuses on democratic studies, with a special interest in elections, voting systems, legislative politics, party development, and voting rights.
Roberto Alejandro's research interests include Greek philosophy and tragedies, Nietzsche, contemporary liberal theory, and American political thought.
M.J. Alhabeeb focuses on economic theory and financial analysis and their applications in the behavior of consumers, families, and small business.
Tina Andarge focuses on policy implementation: monitoring and enforcement, manipulable thresholds, water pollution, information, and environmental health.
Kevin Anderson's research traverses film studies and anthropology, along the lines of social aesthetics and phenomenology of technology and the body.
Carolina Aragón is an artist and educator who uses public art to transform landscapes, engage communities, and teach students.
Lynnette Arnold is a linguistic anthropologist whose research examines the power of language in contexts of mobility and migration in the Americas.
Michael Ash's research focus includes labor, health, and environmental economics, examined through quantitative models.
Dr. Sonya Atalay (Anishinaabe-Ojibwe) utilizes community-based participatory methods to conduct research in full partnership with Indigenous communities.
Felicity Aulino is a medical anthropologist trained in public health education and ethnographic filmmaking.