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Prof. Ahn’s research focuses on marketing and understanding consumer behavior. A class favorite is the “garbology” assignment, which prompts students to develop consumer profiles based on each other’s trash.

Prof. Albiero teaches all levels of German language, literature, and culture, as well as researching contemporary German literature and culture.

Prof. Allen’s research explores the mechanisms and management of neuropathic pain. He teaches clinical anatomy/neuroscience and has received numerous teaching and international research awards.

Prof. Anderson-Connolly researches topics in comparative sociology and teaches courses on social problems, social order and human freedom, criminology, social stratification, and international political economy.

Prof. Austin works in both the Department of Religious Studies and the Gender and Queer Studies Program. She has given several international talks and teaches courses on the history of Christianity.

Prof. Barkin is a cultural anthropologist with expertise in Indonesia and Southeast Asian area studies. His research is focused on the intersections of neoliberalism and cultural representation through U.S. study abroad practices, as well as Indonesian national media industries.