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Professor of Anthropology and Visual and Cultural Studies, Richard L. Turner Professor of Humanities · University of Rochester
Robert Foster is an expert on globalization and material culture. His focus has been on Papua New Guinea
Assistant Professor, Architecture & Construction Management · Farmingdale State College
Professor Anderson is an architect and educator with more than 30 years in educational and non-profit facilities planning and management.
Material Culture Studies for Long Island Design and Construction Pre-Design Budgeting and Cost Projections Architectural Programming Religious Facilities Planning Design and Construction Contract Preparation/Evaluation
Associate Professor of History, Anthropology and Philosophy · Augusta University
Dr. Chiero is a leading scholar in Latin American & U.S. Western history and the Spanish colonial periphery of the Caribbean Basin.
Professor and Director of the Middle American Research Institute · Tulane University
Marcello Canuto researches integrative mechanisms that the ancient Maya used to build and maintain a socio-politically complex society.
Kenan Distinguished Professor for Teaching Excellence in Early Judaism, Department of Religious Studies. Adjunct Appointment, Department of Classics. Faculty member, Carolina Center for Jewish Studies and the Curriculum in Archaeology · UNC-Chapel Hill
Dr. Magness' research interests include Jerusalem, Qumran & the Dead Sea Scrolls, ancient synagogues, Masada and the Roman Army in the East.
Assistant Professor of Art History · University of Rochester
Peter Christensen's specialization is modern architectural and environmental history of Germany, Central Europe and the Middle East.
Professor, Department of English · Baylor University
Popular theologian and cultural critic, exploring the intersections between film and popular culture, literature, religion, and politics.
Associate Professor Emerita · Michigan State University
Her current research includes postwar and post-reunification redevelopment, public art, and civic space in Berlin.
Lecturer of Art History, College of Communication and Fine Arts · Loyola Marymount University
Lecturer of Art History
Visiting Assistant Professor of Theological Studies · Loyola Marymount University
Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts