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ary Talarchek at   gtalarch@tulane.edu
                                      Department /
Faculty Last   Faculty First
                                 Program/Designation
                                Africa & African Diaspora
                 Roseanne
  Adderly                                Studies
                                Africa & African Diaspora
                   Jane
   Carter                                Studies
                                Africa & African Diaspora
                  Michael
                                         Studies
Cunningham
                                Africa & African Diaspora
                  Gaurav
   Desai                                 Studies
                                Africa & African Diaspora
                Raymond T
 Diamond                                 Studies
                                Africa & African Diaspora
                    Joel
Dinnerstain                              Studies
                                Africa & African Diaspora
                Christopher
   Dunn                                  Studies
                                Africa & African Diaspora
                  Pamela
  Franco                                 Studies
                                Africa & African Diaspora
                  Shayne
    Lee                                  Studies
                                Africa & African Diaspora
                   Javier
   Leon                                  Studies
                                Africa & African Diaspora
                 Rebecca
   Mark                                  Studies
                                Africa & African Diaspora
                  Adeline
 Masquelier                              Studies
                                Africa & African Diaspora
                 Elisabeth
 McMahon                                 Studies
                                Africa & African Diaspora
                  Supriya
    Nair                                 Studies
                                Africa & African Diaspora
               Olanike-Ola O.
    Orie                                 Studies
                                Africa & African Diaspora
                 Lawrence
   Powell                                Studies
                                Africa & African Diaspora
                   Felipe
   Smith                                 Studies
                                Africa & African Diaspora
                  Randy
  Sparks                                 Studies
                                Africa & African Diaspora
                 N. Frank
  Ukadike                                Studies
                                Africa & African Diaspora
                  Richard
   Watts                                 Studies
                                Africa & African Diaspora
                   Justin
   Wolfe                                 Studies
                                                                                   External Funding
                              Research Interest
                                                                                        Agency
African-American history,Carribbean History, comparative Slave sociaties,
                          Atlantic Slave Trade
Early iron Age connections between Greece and the Near East and Egypt.
 Research interests include examining adolescent development in diverse
 contexts. Specifically, he examines resilience and vulnerability in African
                   American children and adolescents.
  Africa and African diaspora studies, post-colonial literature and theory.
  consitutional history, legal history, criminal law, anti-trust, the legal and
                   constitutional history of race relations.
          Cultural studies, African-American literature and culture.
Brazilian literary and cultural studies, Afro-Latin american studies, studies in
                popular music. Afro-Brazilian cultural production
Arts of African and the African diaspora, carnival, performance and identity.

        Popular culture, contemporary American religion, feminism.

     Ethnomusicology, latin american and Caribbean musical genres.

                  Performance studies, southern Literature
Cultural anthropology, Africa, Religion, medicine, gender, colonial and post-
                              colonial socieites
                             East African History
  Post-polonial literature and theory, cultural studies, Caribbean literaure,
         African and African diaspora studies, Women's studies.
 Theoretical linguistics, phonology, morphology, African languages, Africa.

                  Civil War and Reconstrcution, Louisiana

                          African-Ameican literaure

          Southern history, American reiglious history and slavery.
 African cinema, Black Diaspora cinema, third World cinema, film history,
                  theory and criticism, cultural studies.
                African and diasporic literaures and cultures
  Central American, psot-colonial social and cultural history, nation-state
                      formation, race and ethnicity.
External Funding       Email / Contact #

                       adderly@tulane.edu

                       jcarter@tulane.edu

                    Telephone: (504) 862-3308
                   Email: mcunnin1@tulane.edu

                       gaurav@tulane.edu

                    rdiamond@law.tulane.edu

                       jdinerst@tulane.edu

                       cjdunn@tulane.edu

                       pfranco@tulane.edu

                       slee5@tulane.edu

                        jleon@tulane.edu

                       rmark@tulane.edu

                      amasquel@tulane.edu

                     emcmahon@tulane.edu

                       supriya@tulane.edu

                        oorie@tulane.edu

                       powell@tulane.edu

                       felipes@tulane.edu

                      rsparks1@tulane.edu

                      ukadike@tulane.edu

                       rwatts1@tulane.edu

                       jwolfe@tulane.edu
                                 Department /
Faculty Last Faculty First
                             Program/Designation
               E. Wyllys         Anthropology
  Andrews
               William L         Anthropology
   Balee
    Du         Shanshan          Anthropology
                Dan M.           Anthropology
    Hill
                Robert           Anthropology
    Hill
  Holliday    Trenton W.         Anthropology
   Jack       Katharine M        Anthropology
  Maxwell       Judith           Anthropology
  McCall        Grant S          Anthropology
                  Kit            Anthropology
  Nelson
  Rodning     Christopher        Anthropology
               Allison B         Anthropology
   Truitt
                John W           Anthropology
  Verano
                                  Research Interest
  Archeology of Meso-America. Analytical specialities include ceramics, architecture,
                          households and settlement patterns.
 Scoiocultural anthropology with a focus on Amazonia and Brazil. Hisotrical ecology and
                                      ethnobiology.
       Cultural anthropology, gender, ethnicity, china, East Asia, southeast Asia
   Mesoamerican acheology, urbanism, household organization and production, lithic
                           technology, quantitiative methods.
cultural anthropology, cultural dynamics, ethnohistory, Middle America, North American.
                 Paleoanthropology, Late Pleistocene human evolution.
         Neotropical primates, capuchin monkeys in Costa Rica and Ecuador.
                      Linguistics, Mayan languages, Mesoamerica.
                  Archeology, Early and Middle Stone Age, Old World.
Archeology of desert environments, Neolithic settlements in the Western Desert of Egypt,
        Peru. Ceramic analysis, Old World lithic anlaysis, hosuehold archeology.
            Archeology of achitecture, burials, settlement patterns, gender.
  Sociocultural anthropology, economic transformations, money and circulation, cities,
                     consumption and globalization, southeast Asia.
 Physical anthropology, skeletal biology, paleopathology, fortensic anthroppology, Peru.
External Funding
                   External Funding    Email / Contact #
     Agency
                                      wandrews@tulane.edu

                                       wbalee@tulane.edu
                                        sdu@tulane.edu
                                       healan@tulane.edu

                                        rhill@tulane.edu
                                       thollid@tulane.edu
                                       kjack@tulane.edu
                                      maxwell@tulane.edu
                                      gmccall@tulane.edu
                                      knelson1@tulane.edu
                                      crodning@tulane.edu
                                       atruitt@tulane.edu

                                       verano@tulane.edu
                                   Department /
Faculty Last   Faculty First                          Research Interest
                               Program/Designation
    Collier       Aaron                Art           Painintg and drawing
   Okazaki        Arthur               Art               photography
    Bailey        Barry                Art                 Sculpture
   Minnie         Emily                Art               Printmaking
    Koss         Gene H                Art                   glass
  Jernegan       Jeremy                Art                 Ceramics
    Jones        Kevin H               Art               Digital media
 Lineberger        Rick                Art               Photogrpahy
    Harris       Ronna                 Art           Drawing and painting
   Chism         Sandra                Art           Drawing and painting
   Durow         Steven                Art                   Glass
     Cole        Teresa                Art               Printmaking
  DePauw         William               Art                 Ceramics
External
           External
Funding                Email / Contact #
           Funding
Agency
                      acollier@tulane.edu
                      aokaz@tulane.edu
                      bailey@tulane.edu
                      elambert@tulane.edu
                      gkoss@tulane.edu
                      sisdjhj@tulane.edu
                      khjones@tulane.edu
                      rickl@tulane.edu
                      rharris@tulane.edu
                      schism@tulane.edu
                      sdurow@tulane.edu
                      colet7@tulane.edu
                      wdepauw@tulane.edu
                                   Department /
Faculty Last   Faculty First
                               Program/Designation

                Nicholas J     Biomedical Engineering
  Altiero




                Ronald C       Biomedical Engineering



 Anderson
                   San         Biomedical Engineering
   Aung

                 Donald P      Biomedical Engineering
   Gaver


                 Yuefeng       Biomedical Engineering

    Han


                 Courtney      Biomedical Engineering

 Lopreore

                Michael J      Biomedical Engineering
  Moore

                Walter Lee     Biomedical Engineering
  Murfee

                 Annette       Biomedical Engineering
  Oertling

                 Darryl R      Biomedical Engineering
  Overby

                 David A       Biomedical Engineering
    Rice
                 Cedric F      Biomedical Engineering
  Walker
                                         Research Interest


                  Computational Mechanics, Fracture Mechanics, Biomechanics.

 My research interests are broad, including a number of areas in biomaterials and biomechanics.
My doctoral research concerned the histological and mechanical evaluation of bone ingrowth and
       appositional attachment mechanisms to porous coated Ti-6,4 and LTI carbon femoral
 endoprostheses using the canine model. I have also directed projects involving bone attachment
      to ceramic and carbon dental implants, retrieved porous coated implants in the human,
 metallurgical evaluations of retrieved stainless steel intramedullary rods, qualitative evaluation of
articular cartilage wear against Ti-6,4, carbon, silicone, and zirconia hemiarthroplasties, and tissue
         reaction studies in response to Bion and hydroxylapatite in canine and rat models.

                          Engineering Materials, Prefabricated Systems.
 My laboratory aims to develop an understanding of the interrelationships between the mechanical
   and physicochemical behavior of biological systems. The main thrust of this research involves
                                investigations of the pulmonary system.
   Mechanotransduction and signaling propagation: sensor cells sensing mechanical forces and
 transmitting signals to effector cells to induce physiological or pathological responses. Our group
focuses on (1) bone mechanotransduction and intercellular communication among bone cells; (2)
endothelial mechanotransduction and its role in vascular diseases; and (3) cellular mechanics and
                                         cytoskeleton dynamics.
  Current research focuses on modeling the electrodiffusion of ions in neurons, which is important
  for understanding signal transduction, signal transmission and plasticity. The model uses three-
        dimensional reconstructions of cell tissue obtained through electron tomography. The
  reconstructions are then used to create a computational mesh, where differential equations are
                   solved, yielding the electric profile of the cellular compartments.
   Our group utilizes tissue engineering and related technologies for the study of central nervous
  system (CNS) regeneration and development of treatments for CNS disorders. In particular, we
 are interested in the relationship between the three dimensional architecture of regenerating CNS
                                       tissue and its functionality.
My primary research aim is to apply in vivo, in vitro, and computational bioengineering approaches
       to better understand the regulation of adult microvascular patterning and the functional
relationships between microvascular remodeling and other network remodeling processes such as
                                 neurogenesis and lymphangiogenesis.
  My goal as the Director of K-12 Outreach for the School of Science and Engineering is to match
     the resources at Tulane University with the needs in the education community for grades K
                                               through 12.
                          Cell and tissue biomechanics and mechanobiology
                           Nanoscale biotransport through biological tissues
                          Ocular biomechanics and biotransport in glaucoma
                                Quantitative microscopy and stereology
    My research interests include biological systems modeling, medical instrumentation, and the
  teaching of biomedical engineering design using assistive technology. Specific interests include
  using measurements of thoracic sound transmission to determine noninvasively some physical
                             characteristics of the lungs and great vessels.
                  Telemedicine, neural stimulation, implantable monitoring devices.
External
           External
Funding                   Email / Contact #
           Funding
Agency
                      Telephone: (504) 865-5764
                      E-mail: altiero@tulane.edu




                        Phone: (504) 314-2441
                      Email: rcanders@tulane.edu




                        Phone: (504) 862-3261
                       Email: sha99@tulane.edu
                        Phone: (504) 865-5150
                        Email: dpg@tulane.edu


                        Phone: (504) 865-5851
                       Email: yhan1@tulane.edu



                       Phone: (504) 247-1587
                      Email: lopreore@tulane.edu



                      Email: mooremj@tulane.edu



                        Phone: (504) 865-5852
                      Email: wmurfee@tulane.edu


                       Phone: (504) 865-5172
                      Email: annette@tulane.edu


                       Phone: (504) 865-5899
                      Email: doverby@tulane.edu


                        Phone: (504) 865-5898
                        Email: rice@tulane.edu

                        Phone: (504) 865-5866
                        Email: cfw@tulane.edu
Faculty                       Department /
          Faculty First
 Last                     Program/Designation

            Damon
Bryant                         Business

 Foust       Karen             Business


Kemsley      Deen              Business


 Lee       C. Jevons           Business

 Page         John             Business
                                                           External
                                                                       External
                  Research Interest                        Funding
                                                                       Funding
                                                           Agency
  Prof. Bryant's research includes student testing and
                     psychometrics

      Research focuses on managerial accounting


          Research focuses on dividend taxes

Research extends a broad range of accounting & taxation
                       categories                         See Resume
Prof. Page's research includes measuring and analyzing
                    market impacts.
     Email / Contact #

  Phone: (504) 865-5400
 Email: dbryant@tulane.edu
  Phone: (504) 865-5548
 Email: kfoust@tulane.edu

  Phone: (504) 865-5324
Email: dkemsley@tulane.edu

   Phone: (504) 862-8485
Email: Jevons.Lee@tulane.edu
   Price: (504) 865-5475
 Email: johnpage@tulane.edu
                                      Department /
Faculty Last     Faculty First
                                  Program/Designation


                   Carol A       Cell and Molecular Biology
   Burdsal


                    Cherif       Cell and Molecular Biology

  Boudaba




                   David A       Cell and Molecular Biology



    Mullin


                    Fiona        Cell and Molecular Biology

    Inglis
                    Garic        Cell and Molecular Biology
  Grisbaum
                    James        Cell and Molecular Biology
   Cronin

                   Jeffrey G     Cell and Molecular Biology
   Tasker
                     Ken         Cell and Molecular Biology
  Muneoka

                    Laura        Cell and Molecular Biology
  Schrader


                  Leonard B      Cell and Molecular Biology
    Thien

                    Meena        Cell and Molecular Biology
Vijayaraghavan

                    Nancy        Cell and Molecular Biology
   Hopkins


                    Peter        Cell and Molecular Biology

   Cserjesi
         Robert   Cell and Molecular Biology
Dotson
                                                                                          External
                                                                                                     External
                                 Research Interest                                        Funding
                                                                                                     Funding
                                                                                          Agency
 Molecular events guiding cell migration and cell differentiation in the early mouse
                                      embryo.

Bursting activity and its synchronization in the hypothalamic magnocellular neurons.
 Study focuses on neuronal circuits ending on these neurons that may control their
  electrical pattern and therefore their hormonal release. Intracellular patch-clamp
recordings in brain slice preparation and immunocytochemical techniques are used.

 Research in my laboratory is divided between two major projects. The main goal of
  the first project is to obtain a detailed understanding of the mechanism by which
substrate molecules interact with the cytochrome P450 102 enzyme (Cyp102) of the
  bacterium Bacillus megaterium. The overall aim of the second major project is to
  investigate the genotoxicity of benzene in mice. We are particularly interested in
determining if benzene induced mutations play a significant role in the development
                      cancers that result from exposure to benzene.

    Studies include molecular interactions that underlie neuronal plasticity during
 development. Viral vectors and transient transfection techniques are used in tissue
culture and in vivo systems. In addition, integrated neuronal function is studied using
        in vivo microdialysis to measure changes in neurotransmitter release.

             Psychiatry, Anatomy, Pathology, and a healthy mind/body.



Intracellular and patch-clamp electrophysiology using in vitro brain slices. Study of
    membrane electrical properties, synaptic circuits and hormone regulation of
                          hypothalamic neuroendocrine cells.
    Limb development and regeneration, pattern formation, wound healing, cell
                            migration, and growth control.
The regulation of neuronal excitability by ion channels. This research is relevant to
    normal plasticity processes, such as learning and memory and pathological
                             processes such as epilepsy.
  Evolution and molecular systematics are studied using a combination of PCR,
nucleotide sequencing and morphometric analysis. Other areas of interest include
ant-plant interactions, reproductive biology of primitive angiosperms and ecology of
                           the Mississippi delta ecosystem.
   Research interests are in the areas of environmental carcinogenesis, cancer
 studies, and pediatric nephrology. She has teaching and research experience in
                              India, Japan, and the US.
 Interactions between xenobiotics and cytochrome P450 enzymes and the nuclear
                      steroid hormone receptor superfamily
      Molecular Biology and Genetics of vertebrate organ development. Using a
combination of mouse molecular genetics and in vitro systems, our long term goal is
 to understand the genetic and molecular pathways regulating the of development of
the peripheral nervous and cardiovascular systems. We are currently focused on the
                 neural crest derived components of these tissues.
Neuroendocrinology; signal transduction in response to cytokines and growth
                                 factors.
     Email / Contact #


  Phone: (504) 862-3163
Email: cburdsal@tulane.edu


  Email: cherif@tulane.edu




  Phone: (504) 865-5545
Email: damullin@tulane.edu




  Email: inglis@tulane.edu


  Phone: (504) 865-5582
 Email: ggrisba@tulane.edu
 Email: cronin@tulane.edu
  Phone: (504) 862-8726
 Email: tasker@tulane.edu


Email: kmuneoka@tulane.edu


Email: schrader@tulane.edu



  Email: lthien@tulane.edu



  Email: mviji@tulane.edu

  Phone: (504) 862-3162
 Email: nhopkin@tulane.edu



 Email: pcserj@tulane.edu
Email: rdotson@tulane.edu
  Faculty                            Department /
               Faculty First
   Last                          Program/Designation
                               Chemical and Biomolecular
                 Brian S
  Mitchell                           Engineering
                               Chemical and Biomolecular
                Daniel De
    Kee                              Engineering



                               Chemical and Biomolecular
                  Hank
                                     Engineering

 Ashbaugh
                               Chemical and Biomolecular
                  Kim C
                                     Engineering
 O'Connor
                               Chemical and Biomolecular
                Kyriakos D
Papadopoulos                         Engineering
                               Chemical and Biomolecular
                Richard D
  Gonzalez                           Engineering

                               Chemical and Biomolecular
                  Victor
                                     Engineering
    Law
                               Chemical and Biomolecular
                   Vijay
   John                              Engineering


                               Chemical and Biomolecular
                  W. T.
                                     Engineering
  Godbey
                                                                                              External
                                                                                                         External
                                   Research Interest                                          Funding
                                                                                                         Funding
                                                                                              Agency
   Nanostructured Materials; Fiber Technology, Materials Processing, Composites
      Rheology of synthetic and natural materials, constitutive equations, transport
                           phenomena and applied mathematics.
      My research uses the tools of statistical mechanics and large-scale computer
  simulations to study surfactant organization, polymer and biopolymer assembly, and
structure-function relationships with the overall objective of advancing self-assembly as
 the ideal tool for building tailored nanostructured materials. This research is inherently
multiscale and utilizes a range of techniques from molecular simulations, to mesoscale
   simulations, to mean-field/continuum theoretical descriptions in a bottom-up line of
                                           attack.
    Cell and Tissue Engineering: Biocomputation, Biokinetics, Oncology, Stem Cell
                           Technology, Tissue Assembly
Transport and stability in liquid-emulsion membranes, transport of multiphase systems
                  through porous media, marine engine lubricants
  Synthesis and characterization of supported metal catalysts, in-situ spectroscopic
                         methods, reactions in organized media
  Thermochemical Cycles for Hydrogen via Water Splitting, Parameter Estimation in
                 Complex Systems, Butanol as an Alternative Fuel


  Polymer/nanoparticle composites, biomolecular materials, microemulsion systems,
                         clathrate hydrate thermodynamics
 The research projects of this laboratory are encompassed by the development and
application of gene therapy techniques for tissue and cellular engineering. The design
and testing of novel gene delivery vehicles is of some interest, while the application of
     gene therapy for clinically oriented results is a major focus of the laboratory.
        Email / Contact #


        brian@tulane.edu

       ddekee@tulane.edu




    Email: hanka@tulane.edu



      Phone: (504) 865-5740
Email: koc@mailhost.tcs.tulane.edu


   Email: kyriakos@tulane.edu

Email: richard.gonzalez@tulane.edu


      Email: law@tulane.edu


   Email: vijay.john@tulane.edu


     Phone: (504) 865-5872
   Email: Godbey@Tulane.edu
                                        Department /
   Faculty Last    Faculty First
                                    Program/Designation


                   Alexander L     Chemistry
Burin

                   Larry D         Chemistry
Byers


                   James P         Chemistry

Donahue



                   Harry           Chemistry


Ensley
                   Mark            Chemistry
Fink

                   Scott Michael   Chemistry
Grayson




                   Michael         Chemistry




Herman
                   Janarthanan     Chemistry
Jayawickramaraja




                   Brent           Chemistry



Koplitz
            Joel      Chemistry


Mague




            Gary      Chemistry




McPherson




            Igor V    Chemistry


Rubtsov




            Russell   Chemistry



Schmehl


            Mark      Chemistry
Sulkes
                                                                                                     External
                                       Research Interest                                             Funding
                                                                                                     Agency
I. Charge Transfer and Current-Induced Magnetism, II. Optical Energy Transfer and Light
Scattering in Photonic Materials, III. Theoretical Modeling of Inhomogeneous Kinetics and
Thermodynamics of Amorphous Solids and Macromolecules

Bio-Organic Chemistry

Principal research interests include development of a general synthetic route to dithiolene
ligands, synthesis of novel multiuclear dithiolene complexes as new materials, design of new,
sterically hindered thiolates to support mononuclear late transition metal complexes, and
development of new multidentate chiral ligands for enantioselective oxo and imido group
transfer reactions to organic substrates.
The research interests of my group are primarily in the area of synthetic organic chemistry
and the synthesis of biologically active natural products. These interests are interconnected,
since the synthesis of complex natural products frequently demands that new synthetic
procedures be explored and developed. One projects include the preparations of naturally
occurring oligio sacharides as well as various environmental studies.
Dr. Fink's research interest in this area focuses primarily in the synthetic and mechanistic
chemistry of silicon, boron and related elements.
Organic, Materials and Biochemistry. Macromolecular Architecture, Material Applications,
Medical Applications.

My research program focuses on two main topics in theoretical chemistry. The first research
area involves the development and testing of semiclassical approximations for the quantum
evolution of complex systems. Semiclassical methods, which utilize information from classical
trajectories to obtain approximate quantum mechanical energies, wavefunctions, transition
probabilities, etc., provide computationally very useful procedures for calculations involving the
motion of atomic and molecular systems. The second area investigates the manner in which
solvents influence the vibrational frequencies and population relaxation in liquids and dense
gases. These interactions are important because, for instance, the equilibration of vibrational
populations plays a significant role in determining the response of condensed phase systems
to external perturbations.

Bio-Organic Chemistry, Nanobiotechnology, Molecular Recognition and Self-Assembly

Research efforts in our group revolve around using lasers to initiate and study chemistry. A
variety of lasers are employed to investigate problems in areas ranging from gas-phase
Doppler spectroscopy to laser-assisted thin-film growth. Mass spectrometers are used
extensively for product detection, but materials characterization methods such as x-ray
photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) are enjoying
increasing popularity within our group.
Research efforts in our group revolve around using lasers to initiate and study chemistry. A
variety of lasers are employed to investigate problems in areas ranging from gas-phase
Doppler spectroscopy to laser-assisted thin-film growth. Mass spectrometers are used
extensively for product detection, but materials characterization methods such as x-ray
photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) are enjoying
increasing popularity within our group.

Our current research activities fall into two areas. The first involves the spectroscopic
characterization of self organizing systems such as reversed micelles and organogels as well
as the utilization of these systems for the synthesis of nanoparticles, polymers and novel
composite materials. Spectroscopic techniques include IR, NMR, EPR, and fluorescence
under steady state and time resolved conditions. The second area of interest involves the
environment fate and transport of heavy metals, Pb in particular. The goal of this research is a
basic understanding of chemical principals that control the absorption and release of heavy
metals in a contaminated environment. Analytical methods include AA, ICP, X-ray
fluorescence, and ICP mass spectrometry.


We are developing novel methods for measuring 3D structures of molecules in solution at
physiological temperatures. We are also interested in applying these new structural methods
and target the mechanisms of protein and enzyme biological functioning. Three-dimensional
structure arrangement and dynamics of structural fluctuations play key roles in enzymes
functioning. Nonlinear femtosecond spectroscopy methods, such as two-dimensional IR
spectroscopy, permits measuring quick snapshots of the structural distribution of molecules in
solution.
Our research includes considerable organic and inorganic synthesis. Our recent efforts have
focused on preparing clusters of visible light absorbing chromophores that may be used to
"harvest" light. Such light harvesting arrays can be used to channel energy into
electrochemical cells designed to convert light to electrical energy (photoelectrochemical
cells). The types of chromophores we have examined include porphyrins , phthalocyanines
and a variety of transition metal complexes. Through a combination of synthetic and laser
spectroscopic investigations, our group studies the factors that influence the reactivity and
stability of these classes of visible chromophores.
We employ laser spectroscopic techniques to study chemically interesting species in cold
molecular beams. Lately, work has centered on highly reactive organosilicon intermediates,
particularly silylenes, silyl radicals, and their possible reaction products with selected
reactants.
External
                     Email / Contact #
Funding
           Office: 508 Israel Building
           Telephone: (504) 862-3574
           Email: aburin@tulane.edu
           Office: 5045 Stern
           Telephone: (504) 862-3578
           E-mail byers@tulane.edu


           donahue@tulane.edu




           Office: Stern 5011
           Telephone: (504) 862-8136
           E-mail: hensley@tulane.edu


           fink@tulane.edu
           Office: 4073A Percival Stern Building
           Telephone: (504) 862-8135
           Email: sgrayson@tulane.edu




           mherman@tulane.edu




           Telephone: (504) 862-3580
           Email: jananj@tulane.edu




           brent@tulane.edu
joelt@tulane.edu




garym@tulane.edu




Office: Room 504 Israel Building
Telephone: (504) 862-8943
Email: irubtsov@tulane.edu




russ@tulane.edu




cm06acf@tulane.edu
                                   Department /
Faculty Last   Faculty First
                               Program/Designation

                  Jane B         Classical Studies
   Carter
                Thomas D         Classical Studies
  Frazel
  George           Lisa          Classical Studies
  Kehoe          Dennis P        Classical Studies


                 Susan S         Classical Studies

   Lusnia

                James Jan        Classical Studies
  Sullivan
                                                        External
                                                                  External
                Research Interest                       Funding                 Email / Contact #
                                                                  Funding
                                                        Agency
                                                         NEH,
                     Sculpture                                   3000, $2500   jcarter@tulane.edu
                                                         ACLS
latin literaure, ancient rhetoric, ancient education.                          tfrazel@tulane.edu
               ancient theater                                                 lrgeorge@tulane.edu
  Roman social and economic history and law.                                     kehoe@tulane.edu

    Archeology of Italy and the roamn empire,
Roman material culture, politics and propaganda
                                                                               slusnia@tulane.edu
 in art and aarchitecture, urban topography and
                   monuments.

 Athenian democracy, Greek political thought,
modern theory of democracy, Athenian tragedy,                                  jsulliv1@tulane.edu
         Thucydidean historiography.
                Faculty          Department /
Faculty Last
                 First       Program/Designation




                             Earth & Environmental
                Richard
                                   Sciences




Campanella


                             Earth & Environmental
                Nancye H
                                   Sciences
  Dawers

                             Earth & Environmental
                George C
                                   Sciences
  Flowers

                             Earth & Environmental
                 Nicole
                                   Sciences
 Gasparini

                             Earth & Environmental
                 Karen
                                   Sciences
Johannesson




                             Earth & Environmental
               Alexander S
                                   Sciences


   Kolker




                             Earth & Environmental
               Sadredin C
                                   Sciences



  Moosavi
                          Earth & Environmental
            Stephen A
                                Sciences
 Nelson

                          Earth & Environmental
            Ronald Lee
                                Sciences
 Parsley

                          Earth & Environmental
             Gerhard
                                Sciences
 Piringer

                          Earth & Environmental
               Brad
                                Sciences
Rosenheim


                          Earth & Environmental
               Kyle
                                Sciences
 Straub



                          Earth & Environmental
            Torbjörn E.
                                Sciences


Törnqvist
                                                                                                External
                                    Research Interest                                           Funding
                                                                                                Agency

                 GIS, remote sensing, mapping sciences, and cartography
 Historical and present-day physical, urban, and human geography of New Orleans region
 Relationship between topographic elevation and residential settlement patterns in deltaic
                                        environments
  Reconstruction of historical ethnic distributions and their relationship to urban structure
 GIS-based spatial analyses of wide range of physical and social science topics, including
                                     sediment transport
              Use of remotely sensed imagery for environmental applications
Socio-economic and demographic spatial trends and patterns in post-Katrina New Orleans



  Fault growth and interaction; Scaling in fault populations. Neotectonics and landscape
    evolution. Structural geology and syn-tectonic stratigraphy using 3-D seismic data



               Theoretical Geochemistry. Sedimentary Geochemistry
      Environmental Geology & Geochemistry Fate and Transport of Heavy Metals


  Evolution of alluvial and bedrock river networks. Interactions among climate, tectonics
                         and erosion. Human influences on erosion.
                  Management and sustainability of riverine environments

Low-temperature aqueous geochemistry and biogeochemistry, emphasizing trace element
 speciation, chemical hydrogeology, and biogeochemical cycling of trace elements (e.g.,
                   arsenic, selenium, and REEs) in the environment.
 I am interested in the natural, climatic, and anthropogenic processes that govern coastal
           systems during times of stasis and change. Specific interests include:
    Determining the balance between subsidence and sedimentation in Barataria Bay.
Understanding how sedimentary and biogeochemical processes govern patterns of marsh
                                    development and loss.
            The role of atmospheric variability in short-term sea level dynamics.
                                 Radioisotope geochemistry.
                                   Coastal biogeochemistry.
  Meeting the needs of lower division geoscience students, not necessarily progressing
toward a science program; improving general public understanding of geoscience issues
 related to especially to climate change & land use decision making; increasing general
 public understanding of space science issues; professional development of pre- and in-
 service science teachers; preparing teachers to traverse the conflict between intelligent
design/religion/political beliefs and geoscience concepts such as the geologic time scale.
  Climate Change: Controls on trace gas (CO2 and CH4) production and emission from
 boreal and arctic wetlands ecosystems and the feedbacks related to such systems in a
                                       changing climate.
      Volcanology, Igneous Petrology, Mexican Volcanic Belt, Geological Hazards,
                                  Thermodynamics


Phylogenetics, functional morphology, paleoecology, and mode and tempo of evolution of
  Lower Paleozoic primitive Echinodermata. Paleobiology and paleoecology of Lower
                                   Paleozoic faunas.

In-situ remediation with zero-valent iron nanoparticles. Life-cycle assessment, industrial
                                          ecology
                                Anaerobic biodegradation


     Paleoceanography, Geochemistry, Paleoclimatology, Carbon cycle, Carbonate
                                 Geochemistry


                                Transport of sediment
 from land through the ocean and into the stratigraphic record. Scales of interest range
                 from the interaction of turbidity currents with channel
bends over minutes to the construction and preservation of deltas over millions of years.
                                   Quaternary geology
                            Fluvial and deltaic sedimentology
                                 Sequence stratigraphy
                                     Sea-level change
                                 Applied geochronology
                                     Paleoclimatology
External
                Email / Contact #
Funding




           Room 102E Alcee Fortier Hall
             Phone: (504) 862-8453
              Fax: (504) 862-8455
             rcampane@tulane.edu




              Room 202 Blessey Hall
              Phone: (504) 862-3200
               Fax: (504) 865-5199
               ndawers@tulane.edu

              Room 205 Blessie Hall
              Phone: (504) 862-3192
               Fax: (504) 865-5199
                flowers@tulane.edu
              Room 211 Blessey Hall
              Phone: (504) 862-3197
               Fax: (504) 865-5199
               ngaspari@tulane.edu
              Room 207 Blessey Hall
              Phone: (504) 862-3193
               Fax: (504) 865-5199
              kjohanne@tulane.edu


             Room 208 Dinwiddie Hall
              Phone: (504) 862-3167
               Fax (504) 865-5199
               akolker@tulane.edu




              Room 209 Blessey Hall
              Phone: (504) 862-3168
               Fax: (504) 865-5199
              smoosavi@tulane.edu
Room 208 Blessey Hall
Phone: (504) 862-3194
 Fax: (504) 865-5199
 snelson@tulane.edu

Room 306 Dinwiddie Hall
 Phone: (504) 862-3191
  Fax: (504) 865-5199
  parsley@tulane.edu
 Room 206 Blessey Hall
 Phone: (504) 862-3257
  Fax: (504) 865-5199
  piringer@tulane.edu
 Room 210 Blessey Hall
 Phone: (504) 862-3196
  Fax: (504) 865-5199
 brosenhe@tulane.edu


 kmstraub@tulane.edu




Room 107 Dinwiddie Hall
 Phone: (504) 314-2221
  Fax: (504) 865-5199
  Faculty                                Department /
                Faculty First
   Last                              Program/Designation

                                   Ecology & Evolutionary
            Henry "Hank" L., Jr.
                                   Biology
Bart
                                   Ecology & Evolutionary
            Michael J
Blum                               Biology
                                   Ecology & Evolutionary
            John H
                                   Biology
Caruso


                                   Ecology & Evolutionary
            Jeffrey Q
                                   Biology
Chambers

                                   Ecology & Evolutionary
            Steven P
                                   Biology
Darwin
                                   Ecology & Evolutionary
            Lee A
                                   Biology
Dyer
                                   Ecology & Evolutionary
            J. Michael
                                   Biology
Guill
                                   Ecology & Evolutionary
            David C
                                   Biology
Heins
                                   Ecology & Evolutionary
            Thomas W
                                   Biology
Sherry
                                                                            External
                                                                                       External
                           Research Interest                                Funding
                                                                                       Funding
                                                                            Agency

Ecology and systematics of freshwater fishes and amphibians


Ecological genetics of stream fishes and coastal marsh plants


Systematics of Marine Fishes, Deep-Sea Anglerfishes




Tropical ecosystems, physiological ecology, global change biology


Flowering plant evolution and classification; botany of Pacific Island
plants; plant phylogenetics and biogeography; flora of the
southeastern United States and the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico.


Plant-herbivore-enemy interactions, entomology and tropical ecology


Fish population ecology, evolutionary biology, science pedagogy



Ecology and life-history evolution of fishes, host-parasite relationships


Bird population ecology, conservation biology
        Email / Contact #

213A Dinwiddie Hall
(504) 862-8283
hank@museum.tulane.edu
mjblum@tulane.edu
430 Boggs
(504) 247-1553
jcaruso@tulane.edu
364 Environmental Science / Israel
Building
(504) 862-8291
chambers@tulane.edu


Telephone504-862-8286
e-mail: darwin@tulane.edu


308 Israel Building
(504) 862- 8288 ldyer@tulane.edu
Telephone: (504) 865-5549
Email: guill@tulane.edu


400 Boggs Hall
(504) 865-5563 heins@tulane.edu

4024 Percival Stern Hall
(504) 862-8296 tsherry@tulane.edu
                            Department
                  Faculty        /
  Faculty Last
                   First    Program/De
                             signation
Barbieri         Stefano    Economics
                 Michael    Economics
Bernstein
Casteneda        Marco      Economics
                 John       Economics
Edwards
                 Keith      Economics
Finley
Fiorini          Luciana    Economics
                 Herman     Economics
Freudenberger
Horiba           Yutaka     Economics
Magnusson        Leandro    Economics
Nelson           Douglas    Economics
                 Mary K     Economics
Olson
                 Jason      Economics
Pearcy
                 Claudiney Economics
Pereira
Pritchet         Jonathan   Economics
Quercioli        Elena      Economics
                 Myeong-
                            Economics
Yun              Su
                                                                           External
                                                                                      External
                           Research Interest                               Funding
                                                                                      Funding
                                                                           Agency
Public economics, economic theory,political economy
Econmic hsitory, macroeconomic theory, history of economic thought
Microeconomic theory, industrial organization
Economics of Education, with a particular focus on Latin America


Labor economics, applied economtrics, urban economics, public policy
Microeconomics, economic theory, financial economics
economic history of Europe, history of work and industrial organization,
tax farming
international trade, regional eoncomics, Japanese economy
econometric theory, applied econometrics, Bayesian econometrics
political economy of trade
health economics, political economics and regulation and public policy
inducstiral organization, applied microeconomics, envrinomental
economics
Ecnoomic growth, development economics, international trade, applied
economometrics
U.S. economic history
economics of matching
labor economics, econometrics, public economics
      Email / Contact #


sbarbieri@tulane.edu
mbernstein@tulane.edu
marco@tulane.edu
Telephone: (504) 862-8357
Email: edwards@tulane.edu
kfinlay@tulane
lfiorini@tulane.edu
hfreude@tulane.edu
yhoriba@tulane.edu
lmagnuss@tulane.edu
dnelson@tulane.edu
molson3@tulane.edu

pearcy@tulane.edu

cpereira@tulane.edu
jprit@tulane.edu
elenaq@tulane.edu
msyun@tulane.edu
                           Departm
                             ent /
Faculty Last Faculty First Progra
                           m/Desig
                            nation
Ahearn       Barry         English
             Thomas       English
Albrecht
Burke        Molly        English
Cooley       Peter        English

             Gaurav       English
Desai
Dinerstein   Joel         English
Edmonds      Dale         English
Johnson      T. R.        English
             Amy          English
Koritz
Kuczynski    Michael      English
Mark         Rebecca      English
Morris       Paula        English
Munkoff      Richelle     English
Nair         Supriya      English
             Molly        English
Rothenberg
             Felipe       English
Smith
Snare        Gerald       English
Toulouse     Teresa       English
             Molly        English
Travis
                                         Research Interest


Poetry
18th to 20th century aesthetic theory and philosophy, intersections of literature and philosophy and
literary theory and history.
Memoir, testimonial literatures and transnational feminisms.
Poetry

Colonial and post-colonial literaure.

20th century american literature, technology studies, popular culture.
Literaure set in New Orleans
Writing, pedagogy, rhetoric, jazz.
Gender and performance, urban studies, the role of humanities in higher education and the public
sphere.
Old and Middle English, early modern literature.
Southern wiriting and women's fiction
Novel, short story writing
Early modern literature, Shakespeare, Spenser, women in literature and public health.
Women's studies, Caribbean and African literature, postcolonial literatures.
British literature, gender and sexuality studies, post-Freudian psychoanalytic theory, social change
theory and world literature.
American literature



Women's studies, media theory, gender and race in 19th and 20th century American and Biritish
literatures.
                             External
 External Funding Agency                     Email / Contact #
                             Funding


                                        ahearn@tulane.edu
                                        talrech@tulane.edu
                                        mburke4@tulane.edu
                                        cooley@tuylane.edu
National Endowment for the
Humanities; National                    gaurav@tualne.edu
Humanities Center
                                        jdinerst@tulane.edu
Fulbright                               dedmonds@tulane.edu
                                        trj@tulane.edu
                                        akoritz@tulane.edu
                                        mkuczyn@tulane.edu
                                        rebecca@tulane.edu
                                        pmorris@tulane.edu
                                        rmunkhof@tulane.edu
                                        supriya@tulane.edu
                                        mollyr@tulane.edu
National; Ford Foundation;
                                        felipes@tulane.edu
Mellon Foundation.
                                        snare@tulane.edu
                                        toulouse@tulane.edu
                                        matravis@tulane.edu
                                      Department /
Faculty Last    Faculty First
                                  Program/Designation

               Jean-Godefroy French and Italian
Bidima
Carroll        Linda            French and Italian
               Hope             French and Italian
Glidden
Klinger        Tom              French and Italian
               Anne             French and Italian
McCall
McCarren       Felicia          French and Italian
Poe            Elizabeth        French and Italian

               Vaheed           French and Italian
Ramazani
Syrimis        Michael          French and Italian
Watts          Richard          French and Italian
                                                                                      External
                                                                                                 External
                                Research Interest                                     Funding
                                                                                                 Funding
                                                                                      Agency
Literatures of the Francophone World, continental philosophies, African
philosophies and medical ethics.
cultural and historical forcies in Renaissance Italy.
French Renaissance literature, French and Italian humanism, poetics and
narrative.
French and Creole languages of Louisiana.
Life-writing, the novel, and the production of identity in postrevolutionary French
literature.
global gestures of performance and technology
Languafge and literaures of the troubadours.
19th century French literaure and culture, narrative thory, film and media studies,
psychoanlaysis, gender studies, international relations, ethics and political
philosophy.
italian cinema, 19th and 20th century Italian literature.
Francophone postcolonial studies, postcolonial studies and ecocriticism.
   Email / Contact #


jbidima@tulane.edu
lincar@tulane.edu
hopeglid@tulane.edu
klinger@tulane.edu
annemc@tulane.edu
mccarren@tulane.edu
bethpoe@tulane.edu

ramazani@tulane.edu

msyrimis@tulane.edu
rwatts@tulane.edu
                                      Department /
Faculty Last    Faculty First
                                  Program/Designation



               Marcella         Graduate Architecture

Del Signore

               Eugene           Graduate Architecture
Cizek
                                                                                     External
                                                                                                External
                                Research Interest                                    Funding
                                                                                                Funding
                                                                                     Agency
Research provides a conceptual framework and a methodology for
exploring digital tools in design strategies. In particular, the focus has been to
develop a strategy in which the analytical information and data created through
digital tools are able to inform a synergistic ANALOG:DIGITAL DESIGN
PROCESSES.
Preservation and Preservation studies
      Email / Contact #




Phone: (504) 865-5389
Email: mdelsign@tulane.edu
Phone: (504) 865-5389
Email: ecizek@tulane.edu
                            Departm
                              ent /
 Faculty Last Faculty First Progra                              Research Interest
                            m/Desig
                             nation
Bernstein     George        History   19th and 20th century Britain
Boyden        James M       History   Early modern Spain, Renaissance, court culture.
Devlin        Rachel        History   20th century U.S. history, cultural history.
Harl          Kenneth W     History   Classical Greece, Rome, Byzantium
                                      Jacksonian America; sectionalism and civil war, and information
               Richard B   History
Latner                                technology.
Luongo         Thomas      History    Medieval and Renaissance italian history, pre-modern religion.
MacLachlan     Colin M     History    Latin American social history, Brazil, Mexico.
               Marline     History    Modern Europeon history, focusing on Germany and cultural history.
Otte
                                      Tudor-Stuart Britain, ealry modern European family, religion and gentry
               Linda       History
Pollock                               culture.
Powell         Lawrence    History    Civil War and Reconstruction, Louisiana
Schroeder      Susan       History    Colonial Latin American history
Sparks         Randy       History    Southern history, American reiglious history.
                                      Intellectual history, focusing on 18th and 19th century Britain and
               Richard     History
Teichgraeber                          America.
External
           External
Funding                     Email / Contact #
           Funding
Agency

                      gbernst@tulane.edu
                      jboyden@tulane.edu
                      rdevlin@tulane.edu
                      kharl@tulane.edu
                      latner@tulane.edu
                      tluongo@tulane.edu
                      cmaclac@tulane.edu
                      motte@tulane.edu

                      pollock@tulane.edu
                      powell@tulane.edu
                      sschroe@tulane.edu
                      rsparks1@tulane.edu
                      rteich@tulane.edu
                                    Department /
  Faculty Last     Faculty First   Program/Desig
                                       nation


                 Tewodros          Mathematics

Amdeberhan


                 Mahir             Mathematics
Can


                 Ricardo           Mathematics
Cortez


                 John              Mathematics
Dauns


                 Gustavo           Mathematics
Didier
Diem             John E            Mathematics


                 Maurice Joseph    Mathematics
Dupré


                 Lisa J            Mathematics
Fauci


                 Laszlo            Mathematics

Fuchs


                 Tài Huy           Mathematics

Hà
                 Karl Heinrich     Mathematics
Hofmann


                 Alexander         Mathematics
Kurganov

                 Slawomir          Mathematics
Kwasik
                 Michelle          Mathematics
Lacey

                 Christopher       Mathematics
Lin


                 John Robie        Mathematics
Liukkonen



                 Michael William   Mathematics


Mislove


                 Victor H.         Mathematics
Moll

                 Michael           Mathematics
Nicholas


                 Norbert           Mathematics
Riedel


                 James T. Jr.      Mathematics
Rogers


                 Steven I          Mathematics
Rosencrans

                 Xinyu             Mathematics
Sun


                 Frank J           Mathematics
Tipler


                 Rachel            Mathematics
Vincent-Finley

                 Albert L          Mathematics
Vitter
           Xuefeng        Mathematics
Wang


           Alexander      Mathematics
Wentzell


           David DaGang   Mathematics
Yang
                                                                                                External
                                                                                                           External
                                    Research Interest                                           Funding
                                                                                                           Funding
                                                                                                Agency

Combinatorics, Number Theory, Special functions, Partial Differential Equations,
Computer Algebra, Algorithmic Proof Theory, Harmonic Analysis



Algebraic Combinatorics and Geometry


Computational fluid dynamics
Numerical methods and Scientific Computing
Biological fluid flow applications


Rings, modules, and categories; ordered rings and ordered algebraic structures;
division rings, algebraic applications of set theory, applications of ring theory in physics.


Wavelet methods in Probability and Statistics. Time Series Analysis and Stochastic
Processes with emphasis on long range dependence. Applications in simulation (of
processes), Internet traffic and Finance.
Probability & Statistics

Application of Topological and Differential Geometric Methods and Bundle Theory in
Functional Analysis and Physics

Numerical Analysis
Scientific Computing
Fluid Dynamics
Mathematical Biology


Abelian Groups, Modules, Ordered Algebraic Structures



Algebraic Geometry
Commutative Algebra
Computational Algebra
Combinatorics
Lie groups
Compact groups
Numerical methods for time-dependent PDEs
Hyperbolic Conservation Laws
Degenerate Parabolic Equations
Numerical Analysis

Algebraic and Geometric Topology
Phylogeny reconstruction and evolutionary models, bioinformatics


Differential Geometry
Mathematical Physics



Probability & Statistics


Topological Algebra
Domain Theory and Ordered Structures
Non-well-found set theory,
The Semantics of High-Level
Programming Languages,
Concurrency theory
classical analysis
symbolic computation
special functions and number theory


Applied Math



Functional Analysis, Operator Algebras



Dynamical Systems and Continuum Theory



Partial differential equations



Algebraic Combinatorics, Combinatorial Games



Mathematical Physics, Cosmology



Numerical Analysis, Numerical Linear Algebra, Biomolecular Physics, Mathematical
Biology.

Differential Geometry
Several Complex Variables
Algebraic Geometry
Partial differential equations and their applications



Probability Theory, Stochastic Processes, Functional Analysis, Partial Differential
Equations


Riemannian Geometry
Analysis on Manifolds
Differential Geometry
                 Email / Contact #


tamdeberhan@math.tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3428
Office: Gibson 401-C
Website: http://www.math.tulane.edu/~tamdeberhan/
mcan@tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3444
Office: Gibson Hall 421
Website: http://www.tulane.edu/~mcan
cortez@math.tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3436
Office: Gibson 410
Website: http://www.math.tulane.edu/~cortez/
dauns@tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3426
Office: Gibson 404
Website: http://www.math.tulane.edu/~jd/
gdidier@tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3466
Office: Gibson Hall 423
Website: http://www.tulane.edu/~gdidier
jed@tulane.edu
mdupre@tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3430
Office: Gibson 309
Website: http://www.math.tulane.edu/~dupre/
ljf@math.tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3431
Office: Gibson 417-B
Website: http://www.math.tulane.edu/~ljf/

Email: fuchs@mailhost.tcs.tulane.edu
Office: Gibson 401-D
Phone: (504) 862-3432
FAX: (504) 865-5063
tai@math.tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3429
Office: Gibson 408
Website: http://www.math.tulane.edu/~tai/

Email: khh@math.tulane.edu
Website: http://www.math.tulane.edu/~khh/
kurganov@math.tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3443
Office: Gibson 411
Website: http://www.math.tulane.edu/~kurganov/
kwasik@math.tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3437
Office: Gibson 401-A
mlacey@math.tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3439
Office: Gibson 417-C
Website: http://www.math.tulane.edu/~mlacey/
ccplin@tulane.edu
Phone:862-3464

jrl@math.tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3440
Office: Gibson 405
Website: http://www.math.tulane.edu/~jrl/

mwm@math.tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3441
Office: Gibson 400-C
Website: http://www.math.tulane.edu/~mwm/

vhm@math.tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3442
Office: Gibson 403
Website: http://www.math.tulane.edu/~vhm/
mnichol@tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3438
http://www.math.tulane.edu/~mnicholas/
nriedel@tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3445
Office: Gibson 402
Website: http://www.math.tulane.edu/~riedel/
jim@math.tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3446
Office: Gibson 321
Website: http://www.math.tulane.edu/~jim/
sir@math.tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3448
Office: Gibson 427
Website: http://www.math.tulane.edu/~sir/
xsun1@tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3462
Office: Gibson Hall 309
tipler@tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3449
Office: Gibson 305
Website: http://www.math.tulane.edu/~tipler/
revf@tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3433
Office: Gibson Hall 412
Website: http://www.tulane.edu/~revf
vitter@math.tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3450
Office: Gibson 406-B
xdw@math.tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3451
Office: Gibson 305
Website: http://www.math.tulane.edu/~xdw/
wentzell@math.tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3452
Office: Gibson 409
Website: http://www.math.tulane.edu/~wentzell/
dgy@math.tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3453
Office: Gibson 400-B
Website: http://www.math.tulane.edu/~dgy/
                                          Departme
                                             nt /
   Faculty Last           Faculty First   Program/              Research Interest
                                          Designati
                                             on
Baron             John H                  Music       Music history
Howard            B. Michael              Music       Musical theater
Jazwinski         Barbara M               Music       Music composition, theory
Jensen            Joan F                  Music       Piano performance
Joyce             John J                  Music       Music history
Lushtak           Faina                   Music       Piano performance
Park              Tae Hong                Music       Music science and technology
Pfrimmer          Amy                     Music       Vocal studies
Raybon            C. Leonard              Music       Choir
Shoot             Eli                     Music       Composition, theory
Weilbacher        Daniel, Jr.             Music       Piano performance
External
           External
Funding                  Email / Contact #
           Funding
Agency

                      caccini@tulane.edu
                      bhoward@tulane.edu
                      jazwinsk@tulane.edu
                      jjensen@tulane.edu
                      jjoyce@tulane.edu
                      flushtak@tulane.edu
                      park@tulane.edu
                      pfrimmer@tulane.edu
                      lraybon@tulane.edu
                      elishoot@tulane.edu
                      dweilba@tulane.edu
                              Department /
Faculty Last Faculty First Program/Designati
                                  on

             Monique      Neuroscience
Cola

             Paul         Neuroscience
Colombo
             Joseph       Neuroscience
Constans

             David M      Neuroscience
Corey
Cserjesi     Peter        Neuroscience
             Prescott     Neuroscience
Deininger
Jazwinski    S. Michal    Neuroscience

             Norman       Neuroscience
Kreisman
             Andrew A     Neuroscience
Lackner
             Andrew       Neuroscience
Maclean

             Donald       Neuroscience
Phinney

             Darwin       Neuroscience
Prockop

             Michael S    Neuroscience
Scheeringa

             Laura        Neuroscience
Schrader


             Jeffrey      Neuroscience

Tasker

             Bradley      Neuroscience
Taylor
             Guoyong      Neuroscience
Wang
             James        Neuroscience
Zadina
                                               Research Interest

Dr. Cola is ia neuroanatomist who has transitioned from non-human primate research to human clinical
research. She is interested in examining the anatomical basis of cognitive dysfunction using neuroimaging
techniques. She is also interested in investigating the progression of Alzheimer's disease in African-
Americans, a historically understudied clinical populatiion.
Dr. Colombo studies memory formation at the neuronal and systems levels of analysis. Behavioral and
molecular-biological methods are used to measure and manipulate signaling proteins and transcription
factors important for plasticity in the nervous system.
Cognition and emotion; Posttrauamatic stress disorder (PTSD); PTSD-related biases in attention, judgment,
memory; Anxiety disorders.
He is interested in the origin of sex differences in the incidence of persistent developmental stuttering and is
conducting research aimed at determining (1) whether sex differences in stuttering are caused by sex
differences in auditory processing and (2) how sex differences in stuttering are influenced by developmental
variations in sex hormones.
Elucidating the molecular and genetic basis of mouse peripheral nervous system development.
Studies involve human genomics, gene regulation and instability of the human genome in cancer. Special
emphasis on neural-specific RNA polymerase III-derived RNAs.
Genetics of aging.
Professor of Physiology. Non-synaptic mechanisms regulating neuronal excitability; regulation of
neuronal/glial cell volume and ion concentrations; pathophysiology of stroke and epilepsy; changes with
maturation.
Neurovirology, Neuroimmunology and Neuropathology with a focus on nonhuman primate models of human
disease such as AIDS.
Studies neuropathogenesis of AIDS with emphasis on blood-brain barrier disruption using ex vivo and in vitro
techniques.
Dr. Phinney’s research involves examining the basic biology of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) using
genetic and molecular approaches as well as evaluating in animal models the therapeutic potential of MSCs
for treating a variety of disorders.
Molecular genetics of skeletal diseases, biology of stem cells, use of adult stem cells for the therapy of
diseases such as osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, Parkinson's disease, and Alzheimer's disease.


Psychopathology in infant and preschool children; autonomic heart period control; electroencephalography;
cortisol regulation; parent-child relationship quality; treatment for young children.
The main research interest in my lab involves investigation of regulation of neuronal excitability by ion
channels. This research is relevant to normal plasticity processes, such as learning and memory and
pathological processes such as epilepsy.
Neurophysiology of neuroendocrine systems of the mammalian hypothalamus involved in stress, fluid and
energy homeostasis and reproductive function using patch-clamp electrophysiology in brain slices, molecular
biology and immunohistochemistry.


Molecular and Neuropharmacology; Neurochemical mechanisms of analgesia; Gene therapy; Neuropeptide
gene expression, anatomical localization, and release; Pre-clinical models of chronic pain.
Functional and structural organization of retinal ganglion cells.


Peptides, especially opioids; receptor binding, mechanisms of action, behavioral and developmental effects.
External
           External
Funding                      Email / Contact #
           Funding
Agency

                      Email: mcola@tulane.edu



                      Email: pcolomb@tulane.edu

                      Email:
                      Joseph.Constans@med.va.gov

                      Telephone: (504) 862-3334
                      Email: dave@tulane.edu

                      Email: pcserj@tulane.edu
                      Email: pdeinin@tulane.edu

                      Email: sjazwins@tulane.edu

                      Email: nkreism@tulane.edu


                      Email: alackner@tpc.tulane.edu
                      Phone (985) 871 6489
                      Email: amaclean@tulane.edu

                      Email: dphinne@tulane.edu



                      Email: dprocko@tulane.edu



                      Email: mscheer@tulane.edu


                      Email: schrader@tulane.edu

                      Email: tasker@tulane.edu
                      Web site:
                      http://www.tulane.edu/~tasker/hom
                      epage/taskerhome.htm


                      Email: taylorb@tulane.edu


                      Email: gwang@tulane.edu

                      Email: james.zadina@tulane.edu
Faculty Last     Faculty First    Department / Program/Designation




               Alina             Physics and Engineering


Alb

               Ulrike            Physics and Engineering
Diebold

               David L           Physics and Engineering
Ederer

               Lev,              Physics and Engineering
Kaplan



               James M           Physics and Engineering


MacLaren


               Zhiqiang          Physics and Engineering

Mao


               James H           Physics and Engineering
McGuire


               Guy V             Physics and Engineering
Norton

               John P            Physics and Engineering
Perdew

               Lawrence          Physics and Engineering
Pratt


               R. Daniel         Physics and Engineering
Purrington
             Wayne             Physics and Engineering



Reed

             George            Physics and Engineering
Rosensteel

             Timothy M         Physics and Engineering
Schuler



             Khazhgery Jerry   Physics and Engineering


Shakov


             Fred              Physics and Engineering

Wietfeldt
                                                   External
                                                              External
                       Research Interest           Funding
                                                              Funding
                                                   Agency



Polymer Physics & Biophysics



Surface Science



Experimental Solid State Physics


Quantum Chaos




Theoretical Solid State Physics




Low Temperature Condensed Matter Physics




Theoretical Atomic Physics & Physics Instruction



Theoretical Acoustic Scattering



Solid State Theory/Density Functional Theory


Thermodynamics and Statistical Thermodynamics



Nuclear Physics & History of Physics
Efforts concentrate on innovative ways of monitoring processes
occurring in polymer solutions in realtime. We make extensive
use of light scattering and other optical techniques, viscometry,
size exclusion chromatography, and other auxiliary techniques
(DSC, electronmicroscopy, etc.). We have interests in the
fundamental areas of polymer reaction kinetics and mechanisms,
conformations, interactions and hydrodynamics, with a special
focus on polyelectrolytes.


Mathematical Physics


Experimental Solid State Physics & Physics Instruction




Quantum Control & Physics Instruction




Experimental Nuclear Phyiscs - Cold and Ultracold Neutrons
                 Email / Contact #

Office: 5048 Percival Stern Hall
Office Phone: (504) 865-5523
Lab(s): 5048, 5058, 5062, 5070 Percival Stern Hall
Lab Phone: (504) 862-5523
Fax: (504) 862-8702
Email: aalb@tulane.edu
Office: 4055 Percival Stern Hall
Office Phone: (504) 862-8268
Email: dlederer@tulane.edu
Office: 5042 Percival Stern Hall
Office Phone: (504) 862-3175
Email: few@tulane.edu
Office: 5040 Percival Stern Hall
Office Phone: (504) 862-3174
Email: grosens@tulane.edu
Office: 5032 Percival Stern Hall
Office Phone: (504) 862-3171
Office Phone: (228) 688-4686
Fax: (504) 862-8702
Fax: (228) 688-5049
Email: gnorton@tulane.edu
Email: guy.norton@nrlssc.navy.mil
Office: 5066 Percival Stern Hall
Office Phone: (504) 862-3182
Chair's Office: 2001 Percival Stern Hall
Phone: (504) 862-3169
Email: mcguire@tulane.edu
Office: Cudd Hall
Office Phone: (504) 865-5720
5044 Percival Stern Hall
Email: maclaren@tulane.edu
Office: 5064 Percival Stern Hall
Office Phone: (504) 862-3180
Fax: (504) 862-8702
Email: perdew@tulane.edu
Office: 5056 Percival Stern Hall
Office Phone: (504) 862-3172
Email: kshakov@tulane.edu
Office: 334 Lindy Boggs Center
Office Phone: (504) 862-8929                 Email:
lpratt@tulane.edu
Office: 5046 Percival Stern Hall
Office Phone: (504) 862-3176
Fax: (504) 862-8702
Email: lkaplan@tulane.edu
Phone: 862-3185
E-mail: wreed@tulane.edu




Office: 5050 Percival Stern Hall
Office Phone: (504) 862-3177             Email:
danny@tulane.edu
Office: 4059 Percival Stern Hall
Office Phone: (504) 865-5086
Email: tschule@tulane.edu
Office: 5026 Percival Stern Hall
Office Phone: (504) 862-8279
Lab(s): 1024, 1030 Percival Stern Hall
Lab Phone: (504) 862-3179
Fax: (504) 862-8702
Email: diebold@tulane.edu
Office: 5024 Percival Stern Hall
Office Phone: (504) 865-5084
Lab(s): 5034, 5044 Percival Stern Hall
Lab Phone: (504) 862-8672
Email: zmao@tulane.edu
                                 Department /
Faculty Last Faculty First
                             Program/Designation

             Brian           Political Science
Brox
Clark        Mary            Political Science
Falstorm     Dana Zartner    Political Science
Langston     Thomas          Political Science
Maveety      Nancy           Political Science
Pereira      Anthony         Political Science
Remer        Gary            Political Science
Schneider    Aaron           Political Science
             Jeffrey         Political Science
Stacey
             Ray             Political Science
Taras
Thompson     Martyn          Political Science
             Mark            Political Science
Vail
                                                                                                  External Funding
                                     Research Interest
                                                                                                       Agency
                                                                                                 Southern Political
American politics, political behavior, campaigns and elections, political parties.
                                                                                                 Science Association
Latin American poltiics, comparative health policy.
International law, comparative law, foreign policy, human rights
American presidency, civil-military relations, and American political development
Judicial process, consitutional law, and law and society.
Latin American politics, political development, social movements, Brazilian politics
Political theory, anicent to Renaissance political thought.
comparative politics, latin American Politics, methodology.
International relations, U.S. foreign policy, terrorism/U.S. military occupations, democracy
promotion
International relations, ethnosectarian conflict, nationalism and transnationalism, Russian
and East Europeon politics.
History of political thought, political philosophy, literature and politics.
Political economy, social policy, political parties, industrial relations, Western Europe, and
French and German politics.
External
             Email / Contact #
Funding

           bbrox@tulane.edu
           maclark@tulane.edu
           falstrom@tulane.edu
           langston@tulane.edu
           nance@tulane.edu
           aperier@tulane.edu
           gremer@tulane.edu
           aschnei@tulane.edu
           jstacey@tulane.edu

           taras@tulane.edu
           mpt@tulane.edu
           mvail@tulane.edu
                              Department /
Faculty Last Faculty First Program/Designati
                                  on

              Julie A     Psychology
Alvarez


              Terry E.    Psychology

Christenson
              Paul        Psychology
Colombo

              David M     Psychology
Corey


              Michael     Psychology
Cunningham
              Jill M      Psychology
Daniel



              Gary P      Psychology

Dohanich

              Gary P      Psychology
Dohanich
              Edward J    Psychology
Golob
              Thomas J    Psychology
Hebert
              Jeffrey J   Psychology
Lockman




              Barbara     Psychology




Moely

              Lisa        Psychology
Molix
             Bonnie K      Psychology
Nastasi


             Laurie        Psychology

O’Brien



             Stacy         Psychology


Overstreet
Rollins      Bethany       Psychology


             Janet B       Psychology
Ruscher
             Lisa          Psychology
Szechter




             R. Enrique    Psychology


Varela



             Beth E F      Psychology

Wee
             C. Chrisman   Psychology
Wilson
             Carrie L      Psychology
Wyland
                                      Research Interest


Research centers on the intersection of emotion and cognition with a focus on attentional and
executive functioning.

The evolution of behavior, in particular sexual selection, that is, competition and mate choice
at both the organism and gamete levels. Spiders are studied under lab and field conditions.



Neuronal mechisms of memory formation; interaction among multiple memeory systems,
age-related memory impariment.
Dr. Corey studies cognitive neuroscience and quantitative methods. Within cognitive
neuroscience, Dr. Corey studies the relationships among brain asymmetry, sex, auditory
processing, language production, and speech fluency.
Research interests include examining adolescent development in diverse contexts.
Specifically, he examines resilience and vulnerability in African American children and
adolescents.


Role of ovarian hormones in the regulation of nonreproductive behaviors.



Effects of ovarian and adrenal hormones on behavioral processes.



The effects of ovarian and adrenal hormones on behavioral processes. Employing a rat
model, his work focuses on the roles of estrogen and corticosterone as moderators of
cognitive, affective, and reproductive functions.
Cognitive neuroscience, attention and memory, aging, alzheimer's disease and the auditory
system.
neuroscience, hormones and behavior.
Perception-action and cognitive development, tool use and spatial cognition in children and
infants.
Barbara E. Moely is Professor Emerita of Psychology and Research Affiliate of the Center for
Public Service at Tulane University in New Orleans. She was the founding Director of the
Office of Service Learning at Tulane and has been Principal Investigator for several grants,
including a consortium grant from Learn and Serve America involving a collaboration of
seven colleges and universities to enhance capacity and expertise in service-learning. She
has published research on the impacts of service-learning on college students and
community partners, and is currently conducting research for Tulane’s Center for Public
Service, looking at college students’ service-learning participation, the development of
community partnerships, and VISTA program participation.
Intergroup relations, mental health and well-being among marginalized populations, and the
intersections among these areas.
Culturally appropriate health promotion and health risk prevention programming for child,
adolescent and adult populations


Prejudice and stigma from the perspective of both targets and perpetrators. Research
encompasses topics such as stereotype threat, status legitimizing ideologies, and
perceptions of prejudice and discrimination.


Professor Overstreet's research interests focus broadly on children at risk for maladjustment
due to the presence of chronic stressors in their lives. In her current research, Professor
Overstreet utilizes an ecological-transactional model to understand the effects of community
violence exposure and other traumatic experiences on the psychosocial and academic
functioning of children and to identify protective factors that buffer children from the negative
effects of such experiences.

Stereotyping and prejudice in communication. Current interest lies with the transmission of
discriminatory performance feedback in intergroup settings, and linguistic variations in
characterizing the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

How everyday social interactions shape our understanding of visual prepresentations such as
photographs and drawings.
Dr. Varela’s research focuses on the development of anxiety in youth with a particular
emphasis on cultural, familial, and cognitive influences in this process. Current research
examines 1) individual and contextual factors that serve to maintain maladaptive post trauma
responses over long periods of time, and 2) the relationship between emotion processing and
anxiety development from a cross-cultural perspective. Professor Varela has a special
interest in the mental health of Latino youth and a component of his research involves data
collection in Latin America.


Biological rhythms (seasonal and circadian), neuroendocrinology, reproduction, learning and
memory, and animal behavior.



professional school psychology, applied behavioral analaysis, behavior therapy and social
learning.
Dr. Wyland is a social psychology with expertise in the self, namely biases related to self-
esteem, social cognitive neuroscience, and emotion.
  External Funding       External
                                             Email / Contact #
       Agency            Funding
                                     Office: 3035 Percival Stern Hall
                                     Telephone: (504) 865-5331
                                     Email: jalvar@tulane.edu


                                     Telephone: (504) 862-3313
                                     Email: tchris@tulane.edu


                                     pcolomb@tulane.edu

                                     Telephone: (504) 862-3334
                                     Email: dave@tulane.edu


                                     Telephone: (504) 862-3308
                                     Email: mcunnin1@tulane.edu

                                     Telephone: (504) 862-3301
                                     Email: jmdaniel@tulane.edu
National Institutes of
Health, National
Science Foundation,                  Telephone: (504) 862-3307
Louisiana Board of                   Email: dohanich@tulane.edu
Regents Educational
Support Fund.
                                     Office: 3047 Percival Stern Hall
                                     Telephone: (504) 862-3307
                                     Email: dohanich@tulane.edu
                                     Telephone: (504) 862-3300
                                     Email: egolob@tulane.edu
                                     Telephone: (504) 862-8331
                                     Email: thebert1@tulane.edu
                                     Telephone: (504) 862-3325
                                     Email: lockman@tulane.edu

                         225,892
DHHS
                         374,514
DHHS
Corporation for
National and                         moely@tulane.edu
                         526,416.8
Community Service
                             5
City of NOLA-Institute
of Mental Hygiene
                          20,000


                                     Telephone: (504) 314-7549
                                     Email: lmolix@tulane.edu
               Office: 3039 Percival Stern Hall
               Telephone: (504) 314-7544
               Email: bnastasi@tulane.edu



               Telephone: (504) 862-3320
               Email: lobrien2@tulane.edu



               Telephone: (504) 862-3332
DHHS   7,961   Email: soverst@tulane.edu




               Telephone: (504) 862-3324
               Email: ruscher@tulane.edu

               Telephone: (504)-862-3318 Email:
NSF    7,603
               szechter@tulane.edu


               Telephone: (504) 862-3344
               Email: evarela@tulane.edu



               Office: 3029 Percival Stern Hall
               Telephone: (504) 314-7548
               Email: bwee@tulane.edu
               Website:
               http://www.tulane.edu/~bwee/hom
               epage.html
               Telephone: (504) 862-8332
               Email: chrisman@tulane.edu
               Telephone: (504)862-3310
               Email: wyland@tulane.edu
                            Department /
Faculty Last Faculty First Program/Desig
                               nation
Ager         Richard D     Social Work
Baus         Stephanie     Social Work
Buttell      Fred          Social Work
Chaisson     Rebecca A     Social Work
              Heather      Social Work
Gillis

              Judith S     Social Work
Lewis

              Marva L      Social Work
Lewis

              Ronald E     Social Work
Marks
Parker        Jane         Social Work
              Reginald A   Social Work
Parquet
Pearlmutter   Lynn         Social Work
Pyles         Loretta      Social Work
                                           Research Interest

Desigining, developing and evaluating substance abuse programs.
Clincial social work, clinical supervision, research and administration.
Social work intervention in communiyt-based corrections programs and evaluation.
Social work education and family pracice, diversity, multi-culturalism, health and mental health.
Field education in social work, methods of practice, preparing students to complete the professional
project.
Devlopment of collaborative learning and teaching models for integrating field field and curriculum,
campus and community violence prevention, social work practice in the context of social justice, resilence
in older adults.
culture as a source of strength and vulnerability in the development of parent-infant attachment
relationships, parenting behavior and discipline practices, child abuse and neglect and infant mental
health.
community-based social service programs in the areas of adolescent life, homelessness, and family
aging services addressing the streess associated with providing care to frail aging relatives.
Leadership development, effective crisis interventions with individuals, groups and communities.
Substance abuse itervention and treatment of at-risk children, families and communities utilizing and
capacity building and strengths perspective.
Couples therapy
Domestic violence, welfare policy advocacy and community development.
External
           External
Funding                 Email / Contact #
           Funding
Agency
                      ager@tulane.edu
                      sbaus@tulane.edu
                      buttell@tulane.edu
                      chaisson@tulane.edu
                      hgillis@tulane.edu


                      jslewis@tulane.edu


                      mlewis@tulane.edu


                      rmarks@tulane.edu



                      rparque@tulane.edu
                      lpearlm@tulane.edu
                      lpyles@tulane.edu
                                 Department /
Faculty Last Faculty First                                          Research Interest
                             Program/Designation
                                                   Politics of marriage, family, gender, and popular
             Michele         Sociology
Adams                                              culture.
                                                   His teaching and research interests include
                                                   international migration, Asian and Asian American
             Carl L          Sociology
                                                   studies, sociology of education, and racial and
Bankston                                           ethnic relations.
Brayfield    April           Sociology             Childhood, gender, work-family nexus
                                                   Life course/developmental criminology, Life course
             Xiaojin         Sociology
                                                   victimology, mental health and social statistics.
Chen
Devine       Joel A          Sociology
                                                   Urban sociology, sociology of culture, social theory,
                                                   race and ethnicity, stratification and inequality,
             Kevin           Sociology
                                                   political sociology, comparative-historical sociology,
                                                   social control and criminology.
Gotham
                                                   sociology of culture and art, networks, nonprofit
             Diane           Sociology
                                                   organizations, cultural policy, qualitative methods
Grams
Huggins      Martha K        Sociology             Criminology, policing and society, Brazil.
                                                   American religion, African-american religion,
             Shayne          Sociology
Lee                                                popular culture.
                                                   HIV/Hepaitis C Studies, behavioral medicine,
             Edward V        Sociology
Morse                                              complex organizations, terrorism.
Schippers    Mimi            Sociology             Gender and sexuality, social theory.
External
         External
Funding                  Email / Contact #
         Funding
Agency
                    madams2@tulane.edu
                    Telephone: 504-862-3024
                    Email: cbankst@tulane.edu


                    aprilb@tulane.edu

                    xchen1@tulane.edu

                    devine@tulane.edu


                    kgotham@tulane.edu



                    dgrams@tulane.edu

                    mhuggins@tulane.edu
                    slee@tulane.edu

                    gbear@tulane.edu
                    mimi@tulane.edu
                                  Department /
Faculty Last Faculty First                                          Research Interest
                              Program/Designation
                                                      Latin American literaures, critical theory,
             Idelber         Spanish and Portuguese
Avelar                                                cultural studies.
                                                      Early modern Spanish and colonial Latin
             Laura           Spanish and Portuguese
Bass                                                  American literature and culture
             John            Spanish and Portuguese   Colonial Latin American literature
Charles
             Jean            Spanish and Portuguese   Medieval Iberian studies
Dangler
             Kathleen E      Spanish and Portuguese   18th and 19th cenutry Iberian literature
Davis
                                                      Brazilian literary and cultural studies, Afro-
             Christopher     Spanish and Portuguese   Latin american studies, studies in popular
Dunn                                                  music. Afro-Brazilian cultural production
             Antonio         Spanish and Portuguese   Latin American literature and film
Gomez
             Harry           Spanish and Portuguese   Theoretical linguistics.
Howard
             Marilyn         Spanish and Portuguese   Caribbean studies
Miller
             Tatjana         Spanish and Portuguese   20th century Spanish film and literaure
Pavlovic
             Fernando        Spanish and Portuguese   Andean literature
Rivera
             Maureen         Spanish and Portuguese   Latin American Women's literaure
Shea
             Henry           Spanish and Portuguese   Golden Age Sspanish literaure
Sullivan
External
           External
Funding                 Email / Contact #
           Funding
Agency
                      iavelar@tulane.edu

                      lrbass@tulane.edu

                      jcharles@tulane.edu

                      jdangler@tulane.edu

                      kedavis@tulane.edu


                      cjdunn@tulane.edu


                      agomez@tulane.edu

                      howard@tulane.edu

                      mgmiller@tulane.edu

                      tpavlov@tulane.edu

                      friverad@tulane.edu

                      shea@tulane.edu

                      hwsulliv@tulane.edu
                                    Department /
 Faculty Last   Faculty First
                                Program/Designation
Adams           Chris           Theater and Dance
Allen           John            Theater and Dance
Boyd-Buckles    Nicole          Theater and Dance
Cannon          Michaela        Theater and Dance
Codr            Dwight
                Diana           Theater and Dance
Cupsa
Duax            Sarah           Theater and Dance
Escher          Alice Pascal    Theater and Dance
Fitzmorris      Jim             Theater and Dance
Gonzalez        Lorenzo         Theater and Dance
Gunshol         Jeffrey         Theater and Dance
Gural           Ron             Theater and Dance
Hayley          Barbara         Theater and Dance
Lima            Diogo di        Theater and Dance
Moncrief        Clare           Theater and Dance
Podewell        Buzz            Theater and Dance
Rucker          Gary            Theater and Dance
Sachs           Marty           Theater and Dance
Sandoval        Anthony         Theater and Dance
Schierhorn      Paul            Theater and Dance
                Beverly         Theater and Dance
Trask
                                                                 External
                                                                            External
                        Research Interest                        Funding
                                                                            Funding
                                                                 Agency
Direction and design
Modern dance
Jazz dance, modern dance
Modern dance, dance history
British literature of the 18th century.
Set and costume design for the theater, film and television.
Ballet
Dance, directing, dance history
Playwrighting, theater history, literaure, criticism.
Acting, directing
Modern dance
Video production
Modern dance
Jazz dance, modern dance
Acting, directing
Directing, theater hsitory, Shakespeare
Acting
Design, lighting design, sound, theatrical photography
Acting, directing
Acting, voice, speech, musical theater
Directing, jazz dance, modern dance, tap, jazz, dance hsitory,
performance.
    Email / Contact #

cadams@tulane.edu
jallen1@tulane.edu
nboyd@tulane.edu
mcannon@tulane.edu
dcodr@tulane.edu
dcupsa@tulane.edu
sduax@tulane.edu
apascal@tulane.edu
jfitzmor@tulane.edu
lgonzai@tulane.edu
jgunshol@tulane.edu
tori@tulane.edu
bhayley@tulane.edu
ddelima@tulane.edu
cmoncri@tulane.edu
dotdare@tulane.edu
grucker@tulane.edu
msachs@tulane.edu
fsanova@tulane.edu
paul@tulane.edu
btrask@tulane.edu

				
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