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Assistant Professor of Interdisciplinary, Gender, and Ethnic Studies
An expert on Latinos and LGBT social movements and representation in the media.
An expert on Native American history.
An expert in clinical psychology, psychopathy, emotions and personality traits.
An expert in medical anthropology, health, disease, and maternal nutrition.
Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies
An expert in folklore and popular culture.
Associate Professor, Sociology
An expert in urban culture and interactions, popular culture, religion and spirituality, and the Boston Red Sox.
An expert in gender, sexuality, sexual politics, prostitution, sex work and sex trafficking.
Professor of History
A historian of European culture from the age of Enlightenment through the present day.
Executive Vice President & Provost
An expert in archaeology, anthropology and academic leadership.
Associate Director, Public History program
A historian and curator of 20th century American culture, specializing in clothing, political fashion, and the use of fashion in the work of F. Scott Fitzgerald.
Associate Professor, Gender and Sexuality Studies
An expert on gender, sexuality, media, and popular culture.
Associate Professor of Psychology
An expert in memory, reading, and thinking processes.
Associate Professor of Anthropology
An expert in the evolution of human nutrition, hunter-gatherer societies, and the division of labor between the sexes.
Assistant Professor, Sociology
An expert on the intersection of medicine and sex, gender, and sexuality
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Liberal Arts News
UNLV, Tufts University, and international research team offers new clues about which key proteins in the brain play a role in controlling epilepsy, anxiety, and other disorders.
A diverse array of esteemed writers will contribute to the cultural landscape in Las Vegas.
Liberal Arts In The News
Inside a bustling mall on a recent Saturday, volunteers working for the Nevada Democratic Party pester attendees at a job fair hosted by the Latin Chamber of Commerce to register to vote. Steven Horsford is working the crowd, smiling and laughing with the volunteers he recognizes.
Attendees at a job fair hosted by the Latin Chamber of Commerce strolled through a local mall on a recent Saturday, taking information and back-to-school giveaways from employers looking for new workers.
The brain is a precision instrument. Its function depends on finely calibrated electrical activity triggering the release of chemical messages between neurons.
Howard Hughes bought it fifty years ago. It closed thirty years ago. Let’s look back at the Silver Slipper.
Nevada Republican Sen. Dean Heller’s sliding positions last year on a long-held GOP promise to repeal Obamacare are providing plenty of fodder for Democrats and activists hoping to stymie his re-election.