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Charles T. Lee is a transdisciplinary political theorist who combines critical theory and ethnographic research to analyze and engender plural pathways of social transformation in everyday life.
In Leong's research, teaching, and community engagement, she explores overlapping and mutually reinforcing discourses of gender, race, class, and nation, and advantage and disadvantage in U.S. society.
Li, a senior Fulbright Scholar to India, focuses her research on ethnic geography, highly-skilled international migration and transnational connections. She is the author of more than 90 journal articles and book chapters.
Lomawaima’s teaching interests include U.S. history, American Indian policy history, Indigenous knowledge systems, and research issues in American Indian education.
Lopez has begun a new research project on Latina girls and sports, funded by a seed grant from the ASU Global Sport Institute.
Mahdavi has focused her academic career on diversity, inclusion, human trafficking, migration, sexuality, human rights, feminism and public health.
McQuarrie studies governance, urban politics and culture, community development, nonprofit organizations and social movements.
Moore's research focuses on school, home and community factors in the educational achievement and attainment of African American children and young adults.
Nakagawa's research explores relationships between families and schools, including work on parent involvement and school reform, charter schools, family literacy and early childhood dual immersion programs.