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Symbolic and interpretive anthropology; religion; life course rituals; female circumcision; Islam and modernity; transnational communities; Portuguese-speaking Africa; Africans in Europe

Michelle C. Johnson
Associate professor of anthropology
Phone: 570-577-1354
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: Studies Islam, ethnicity, and life course rituals in West Africa (Guinea-Bissau) and among African immigrants in Portugal; has conducted research on female circumcision in Guinea-Bissau.

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Last updated 7/19/2013

Political geography; conflict; nationalism; transnationalism; ethnicity, class, gender and sexuality; Europe; political/cultural geography

Adrian Mulligan
Associate professor of geography
Phone: 570-577-1949

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Last updated 12/30/2009

Renaissance and reformation Europe; early-modern Germany and early-modern Russia.

James Goodale
Associate professor of history
Phone: 570-577-3939

Contemporary art; photography; installation and multi-media.

Tulu Bayar
Associate professor of art and art history
Phone: 570-577-1626
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: Recipient of the 2006 Camac Centre d'art Artist in Residency Grant funded by Tenot Foundation in France and the 2002 Center for Photography at Woodstock Artist in Residency Grant, funded by the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and the New York State Council on the Arts. Exhibitions: Numerous solo and group exhibitions in the U.S. and Europe including the Center for Photography at Woodstock, Houston Center for Photography, 825 Gallery in Los Angeles, Artemisia Gallery in Chicago, Elgiz Museum of Contemporary Art in Istanbul, Belfast Exposed Photography, Camac Centre D'art in France, Galerie Image in Denmark, D-21 in Germany, Current Gallery in Baltimore, Contemporary Art Center in Cincinnati, Ankara Photographic Arts Center, Pittsburgh Filmmakers Media Arts Center, The Center for Fine Art Photography in Colorado and The Society for Contemporary Photography in Kansas City. Current work is in a traveling exhibition at various venues across the U.S. until 2012.

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Last updated 12/7/2012

transportation and politics in modern Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos; mixed-race/multi-race identities

David Willson Del Testa
Assistant professor of history
Phone: 570-577-3779
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: historian of Modern Europe and Southeast Asia, and cultural exchanges between Europe and Southeast Asia; the wars of Vietnam


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