Directors

Iñaki Alday

Co-Director of the Yamuna River Project
Dean and Koch Professor of Architecture
Tulane School of Architecture

Iñaki Alday joined the University of Virginia as Quesada Professor and Chair of the Department of Architecture in 2011. In his roles as Director of The Yamuna River Project, since 2016, at the University of Virginia and in the design practice of aldayjover architecture and landscape, Iñaki promotes a new attitude in response to the professional and academic challenges facing the transformation of our environment. He finds the role of Architecture and Architects, interdisciplinary work and integration of scales, new nontraditional programs as hybrid infrastructures, and social and environmental ethics are some of the challenges that must be faced with a global vision.

ialday@tulane.edu

Brian Owensby

Co-Director of the Yamuna River Project
Director of the Center for Global Inquiry and Innovation
Professor of History
University of Virginia

Brian Owensby is professor of history in the Corcoran Department of History at the University of Virginia. His scholarly work has ranged from social and political history in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Brazil to legal and imperial history in seventeenth-century Mexico. Current research includes historiography and historical theory from a Brazilian perspective and a book-length project on the Jesuit New World synthesis of the eighteenth century as a counterpoint to Eurocentric accounts of modernity. He has taught a variety of courses large and small to undergraduates, including a Global History class, and is supervising several graduate students. He served as chair of the Corcoran Department of History from 2009 to 2012.

bpo@virginia.edu

Pankaj Vir Gupta

Co-Director of the Yamuna River Project
Professor of Architecture
University of Virginia

Pankaj Vir Gupta is Professor of Architecture at the University of Virginia and Director of the Yamuna River Project. With a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from the University of Virginia (1993), and a Master of Architecture from the Graduate School of Architecture at Yale University (1997), Gupta practices as founder principal vir.mueller architects in New Delhi since 2003. Gupta is a Registered Architect, licensed to practice in the U.S.A., and a member of the Council of Architecture in India. He has received awards from the American Institute of Architects, the Foundation for World Education, the George Nakashima Foundation for Peace, the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts and the Fritz-Höger Award for Excellence in Brick Architecture.

pvg2x@virginia.edu

Studio Faculty

María González

Assistant Professor
University of Virginia

María González Aranguren (Madrid, 1988) is architect and urban planner who graduated in Master degree in The Technical University of Architecture of Madrid (NAAB Substantial Equivalency Accreditation), with Honorable Mention in 2014. She obtained the Erasmus Mundus Scholarship in Technische Universität Berlin for one year and she received a Postgraduate Master in Advanced Architectural Projects to complement her knowledge in Architectural Theory. She spent a year teaching graduate students who were completing their Master Thesis Projects at The Technical University of Madrid as a “mentor” professor. In January 2018, María joined the faculty at University of Virginia’s School of Architecture in a lecturer position.

During this time, she has combined teaching with professional practice in the renowned office A&G (Aranguren & Gallegos architects), where she began working in 2010 in national and international projects, including the ICA New Contemporary Art Museum in Miami, the “Oak House” or the new Housing Towers of Valdebebas.

María González Aranguren’s research addresses the regeneration of degraded urban fabrics caused by social, climatic, or catastrophic factors. She has won numerous awards for her urban research on the rehabilitation of the Alfama district of Lisbon, including the 2018 AIA Unbuilt Washington Award of Excellence, the BSA Design Award, the SARA Award, the 2019 Global Future Design Award, Architecture Masterprize 2019, the 31st World Architecture Prize or Eurasian Prize among others. Her most recent research focuses on minimal domestic space where she investigates new ways of living in the 21st century. She explores the limits of domesticity, comparing housing types across different realms from college dormitories to nomadic units to prison cells.

mg5hh@virginia.edu

Monisha Nasa

Research Assistant Professor
Tulane University

Monisha Nasa holds a Bachelor of Architecture from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi and a Master of Architecture from the University of Virginia where she received awards for her graduate work including the World Architecture Award and a faculty award for design excellence. She has served as a research fellow with the Yamuna River Project, a pan-university project at the University of Virginia and Tulane University, which is collaborating with the municipal authorities of New Delhi in proposing design solutions to improve the socio-ecological urban conditions of the city.

Monisha is licensed to practice architecture in India, she has professional experience working at firms in the US (2018) and India (2013-2017). For four years she worked with vir.mueller Architects in New Delhi, where she was involved in several projects ranging from a 10,000 sqm museum on a world heritage site, large scale residential housing and urban developments, to private residences and offices.

She is interested in exploring the agency and power of Architecture in building communities and institutions that promote social equality, especially in the rapidly urbanizing parts of the world. In August 2019, she moved to New Orleans to join the Tulane School of Architecture as a Research Assistant Professor and collaborate with Dean Iñaki Alday on the continued research in Indian cities and Urbanism.

mnasa@tulane.edu

Advisory Council

Ian Baucom

Former Buckner W. Clay Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences

Ian Baucom came to the University of Virginia after serving 17 years in Duke University’s Department of English as a professor and as the director of the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute. Since arriving at UVA in the summer of 2014, Dean Baucom has led a series of initiatives within the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences.

He is overseeing an ambitious hiring campaign that, in the midst of a generational turnover of esteemed faculty, aims to bring upwards of 200 new tenured and tenure-track faculty to the College. Baucom is emphasizing the importance of recruiting at the highest level of excellence and enhancing the faculty’s diversity to build on the College’s historical strengths and to ensure its future for generations of students to come.

Baucom is also guiding the College’s efforts to revise its undergraduate curriculum for the first time in four decades, starting with the new curriculum pilot that will launch in the 2017-18 academic year. In addition, he is working with the College’s leadership team to develop creative initiatives in global, digital and cross-disciplinary studies. At the same time, Baucom is working to advance the research mission and to further strengthen graduate programs, coordinating an examination of the Graduate School’s current state and future ambitions.

He earned his undergraduate degree in political science from Wake Forest University and holds a master’s degree in African studies and a doctorate in English, both from Yale University.

Baucom is the author of Out of Place: Englishness, Empire and the Locations of Identity, and Specters of the Atlantic: Finance Capital, Slavery, and the Philosophy of History. He is the co-editor of Shades of Black: Assembling Black Arts in 1980s Britain.

ibb4n@virginia.edu

The Yamuna River Project Council is composed of 9 members, but the project as a whole is supported by multiple departments across the University of Virginia, in addition to administrators, team members, related researchers, committed students and project partners.

Ila Berman

Dean, School of Architecture

Berman received a bachelor of architecture with high distinction in 1983 from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada, where she graduated top in her class and received the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario Medal for Design. She went on to earn a Master of Design Studies degree in 1991, followed by her Doctor of Design in 1993 in architectural history, theory and criticism, both from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design.

Berman is an architect and theorist whose research explores the relationships between contemporary culture and the manifold material and spatial practices in architecture, urbanism and landscape.

In addition to her teaching and administrative duties at Tulane, Berman founded and directed the URBANbuild program, a multi-scaled two-year program facilitated by a HUD grant to support the urban rehabilitation and revitalization of New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. She was also involved in multiple university-community partnerships that included her appointments on the Cityworks Board of the American Institute of Architects and the Mayor’s Bring New Orleans Back Commission. In addition, she developed a series of global travel programs for students, including one focused on water cities.

Berman has been the recipient of many honors and awards, including the President’s Award and Medal for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching – the top teaching award given at Tulane.

ilb8r@virginia.edu

Debjani Ganguly

Director, Institute of Humanities and Global Cities
Professor of English

Debjani Ganguly is Professor of English and the Director of the Institute of the Humanities and Global Cultures (IHGC) at the University of Virginia. She works in the fields of world literature, postcolonial studies and South Asian Studies. Her research interests include the contemporary Anglophone novel, literary forms in the new media age, literature and human rights, caste and dalit studies, language worlds in colonial/postcolonial South Asia, and Indian Ocean literary worlds from 1750-1950. In recent years, Debjani has researched the links between globalism, information technology, ethnic violence and humanitarian connectivity through the genre of the novel, the result of which is a book with Duke UP entitled This Thing Called the World: The Contemporary Novel as Global Form (2016).

She is the author of Caste, Colonialism and Countermodernity (2005) and co-editor of Edward Said: The Legacy of a Public Intellectual (2007) and Rethinking Gandhi and Nonviolent Relationality: Global Perspectives (2007). She co-edits (with Ato Quayson and Neil Ten Kortenaar) The Cambridge Journal of Postcolonial Literary Inquiry. Debjani has held visiting fellowships at the University of Chicago, University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, and University of Wisconsin-Madison. In 2015 she was on the seminar faculty of the Harvard Institute for World Literature. She is a Life Fellow of Clare Hall, Cambridge; Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland; and, Member on the International Advisory Boards of the Harvard Institute for World Literature, the Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes (CHCI) at Duke University, and the Duke-Bologna-UVA School in Global Studies and Critical Theory.

Prior to her arrival at UVA, Debjani was Director of the Humanities Research Centre (2007-2014) and Associate Professor of Literature at the Australian National University, Canberra.

dg4vd@virginia.edu

Tom Katsouleas

Executive Vice President and Provost, UVa

As executive vice president and provost of the University of Virginia, Thomas C. Katsouleas oversees the University’s teaching and research activities. He directs the academic administration of the eleven schools, the library, art museums, public service activities, numerous University centers, and foreign study programs.

Provost Katsouleas served as dean of the Pratt School of Engineering and professor of electrical and computer engineering at Duke University from 2008–2015. He earned a B.S. in 1979 and a Ph.D. in physics in 1984, both from UCLA. He joined the University of Southern California faculty as an associate professor of electrical engineering in 1991, becoming full professor in 1997. There he also served as an associate dean of engineering and vice provost of information technology services.

Provost Katsouleas is a fellow of both the American Physical Society and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). Mr. Katsouleas co-created the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) Grand Challenge Scholars Program in 2009, and organized and co-chaired the first NAE Grand Challenges national summit. He currently serves as co-chair of the Advisory Committee on The Grand Challenges, and highlighted several of the successes produced by the Challenges in his keynote address at the NAE annual meeting in 2015.

Provost Katsouleas is a recognized inventor and a leading scholar of plasma science, originating a number of concepts in plasma-based particle accelerators and light sources. His work has been highlighted on the covers of Physical Review Letters, the CERN Courier and Nature. He has authored or co-authored more than 200 publications and given more than 50 major invited talks.

tck6r@virginia.edu

Russell Katz

Architect, Developer, Managing Director of MOMIDC

Architect and developer Russell Katz is the Managing Director of MOMIDC, a real estate firm focused on the design, development, ownership and management of environmentally conscious properties in the Washington, DC region.

Russell is driven by the belief that environmentally sustainable, beautifully designed projects can be financially successful. He guides MOMIDC’s selective project choices and oversees the operation of the firm’s portfolio, which currently includes 350,000 square feet of multifamily residential, retail and office space, as well as 185 acres of conserved woodlands.

RKatz@momidc.com

John Echeverri-Gent

Associate Professor, Politics

John Echeverri-Gent’s books include The State and the Poor: Public Policy and Political Development in India and the United States (University of California Press, 1993) and Economic Reform in Three Giants: U.S. Foreign Policy and the USSR, China, and India (Transaction, 1990) which he co-edited. His published articles focus on the political economy of development and comparative public policy. His currently completing a manuscript entitled “Politics of Markets: Political Economy of India’s Financial Market Development in Comparative Perspective”. He serves as treasurer of the American Institute of Indian Studies and as a member of the editorial board of Political Science Quarterly.

He has chaired the American Political Science Task Force on “Difference and Inequality in Developing Societies.” He is the winner of the 1993 Theodore J. Lowi Award presented by the Policy Studies Organization for best article in the Policy Studies Journal. He has also served as MacArthur Scholar in residence at the Overseas Development Council, Senior Fellow at the American Institute of Indian Studies, and Fulbright Scholar.

jee8p@virginia.edu

Karen McGlathery

Lead Principal Investigator, Virginia Coast Reserve LTER
Professor, Department of Environmental Sciences

Karen McGlathery is a Professor of Environmental Sciences. She received her B.S. from Connecticut College and her Ph.D. from Cornell University. Before coming to UVA in 1996, Karen was a Research Associate at the University of Copenhagen and the National Environmental Research Institute in Denmark.

Since 2004, McGlathery has served as Director of the Virginia Coast Reserve Long Term Ecological Research (VCR LTER) program, based at UVA’s Anheuser-Busch Coastal Research Center on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. She also is a member of the Science Council and Executive Board of the National LTER Program. The VCR LTER program is one of 25 in the nation funded by the National Science Foundation to study long-term change in marine and terrestrial ecosystems.

A specialist on effects of environmental change, including climate, sea-level rise, eutrophication and species invasions in coastal marine ecosystems, McGlathery has co-authored over 80 articles in journals including Nature, Limnology and Oceanography, Marine Ecology Progress Series, and Oceanography. Her most recent research at the VCR LTER focuses on the role of large-scale habitat restoration in the provision of ecosystem services, including carbon sequestration. In addition to Virginia’s Eastern Shore, the graduate students in her lab have worked in coastal systems in New England, Florida, Bermuda, New Zealand and Mozambique. She teaches undergraduate and graduate classes in Global Coastal Change, Aquatic and Estuarine Ecology, Coastal Oceanography, and Conservation.

kjm4k@virginia.edu

Stephen Mull

Vice Provost for Global Affairs

Stephen D. Mull is Vice Provost for Global Affairs at the University of Virginia. In this role he is the primary lead on global relations at the University, responsible for developing a strategic vision, designing outreach, and overseeing international activities. Steve will oversee institutional development of global partnerships and develop a wide array of services, programs, experiences, and strategic partnerships that promote global imagination within the university community.

Mull has served in a broad range of U.S. national security positions, most recently as Acting Under Secretary for Political Affairs at the U.S. Department of State, working as the day-to-day manager of overall regional and bilateral policy issues, and overseeing the bureaus for Africa, East Asia and the Pacific, Europe and Eurasia, the Near East, South and Central Asia, the Western Hemisphere, and International Organizations. He served as Lead Coordinator for Iran Nuclear Implementation from August 2015 until August 2017, in which capacity he led U.S. government interagency efforts and diplomacy to implement the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). Mull was the U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Poland from 2012 until 2015 and U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Lithuania from 2003 to 2006. He has been both Executive Secretary of the State Department and the Senior Advisor to Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs. He has also recently served as Resident Senior Fellow at Georgetown University’s Institute for the Study of Diplomacy.

Ambassador Mull is the recipient of the Secretary of State’s Distinguished Service Award, two Presidential Meritorious Service Awards, two Distinguished Honor Awards, the Baker-Wilkins Award for Outstanding Deputy Chief of Mission, two Superior Honor Awards, and more than a dozen Senior Foreign Service performance awards. He joined the Foreign Service in March 1982, and holds the personal rank of Career Ambassador, the highest rank in the U.S. Foreign Service. He is a 1980 graduate of Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service.

sdm9rg@virginia.edu

Research Faculty and Fellows

The Yamuna River Project is dependent on the continued research of faculty members at the University of Virginia and elsewhere. Professors, students, and directors from Architecture, Art History, Leadership, Business, Engineering, Science, Politics and Health lead to comprehensive and coordinated research efforts regarding the Yamuna and Delhi extended.

Michael Allen

Assistant Professor, Department of Religious Studies

Contact

msa2b@virginia.edu

Andrew Mondschein

Assistant Professor, Department of Urban and Environmental Planning

Contact

mondschein@virginia.edu

Peter Debaere

Associate Professor, Darden Graduate School of Business

Contact

pmd3n@virginia.edu

Daniel Ehnbom

Associate Professor, Art History

Contact

dje6r@virginia.edu

Gouping Huang

Assistant Professor, Department of Urban and Environmental Planning

Contact

gh5y@virginia.edu

Wu-Seng Lung

Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Contact

wl@virginia.edu

Christian McMillen

Associate Chair, Professor, Department of History

Contact

cwm6w@virginia.edu

Bala Mulloth

Assistant Professor, Public Policy, Batten School of Leadership

Contact

mulloth@virginia.edu

Spencer Phillips

Lecturer, Consultant Environmental, Department of Economics

Contact

srp9kv@virginia.edu

Mahesh Rao

Research Scientist, Batten School of Leadership

Contact

mr4gd@virginia.edu

Matt Reidenbach

Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Sciences

Contact

reidenbach@virginia.edu

Eric Field

Director of Information Technology

Contact

emfield@virginia.edu

Liz Rogasawski

WHIL Innovations Postdoctoral Fellow

Contact

etr5m@virginia.edu

Priyanka Parachoor

Yamuna River Project, Student Research Assistant University of Virginia

Shankar Nair

Assistant Professor, Department MESALC

Contact

san2k@virginia.edu

Abeer Saha

PhD Candidate, Department of History

Contact

as2tw@virginia.edu

Tim Winchester

Master of Urban and Environmental Planning Candidate, 2019

Contact

tw5w@virginia.edu

Richa Vuppuluri

Yamuna River Project Fellow for Doctoral Studies

Darcy Engle

Yamuna River Project, Research Fellow University of Virginia

Contact

dle2eb@virginia.edu

Bahar Dutt

Yamuna River Project, Environmental Journalist

Mriganka Saxena

Yamuna River Project, Architect and Urban Designer

Team 2019 – 2020

Research Assistant:

Monisha Nasa

Tulane University Students:

Adrian Evans // MArch ’21
Emily Knollenberg // M.Arch ’20 MPS ’21
Casey Last // M.Arch ’20
Xia Li // M.Arch ’21

Austin Hogans // M.Arch ’20 MSRED ’20
Andrew Porten // M.Arch ’21
Walid Shahin // M.Arch ’21
Thea Spring // M.Arch ’21

Evan Warder // M.Arch ’21
Michael Heitz // M.Arch ’20
Kat Tomisato // M.Arch ’21 MSRE ’21

University of Virgina Students:

Audrey Liu // M.Arch ’20
Huiru Shen // M.LAR ’20
Nicholas Wittkofski // M.LAR ’20
Chenjie Xiong // MUEP ’20
Chloe Skye Nagraj // M.LAR ’20

Caroline Crooks // BSArch ’20
Emmett Debree // BSArch ’20
Wenyan Yu // M.Arch ’20
Gaelle Gourmelon // M.LAR ’20
Karim El-Araby // BSArch ’20

Grace Douthit // BSArch ’20
Mary Kate Graeff // BSArch ’20
Allison Ta // BSArch ’20
Qinmeng Yu // M.LAR ’20

Team 2018 – 2019

Research Assistant:

Monisha Nasa // M.Arch ’19
Xionian Shen // MLA ’19

Students:

Hangyu Shi // MLA ’19
Cong Nie // MLA ’18
Darcy Engle // M.Arch ’19
Christian Kochuba // MLA ’19
Jing Huang // M.Arch ’19

Katherine Rush // M.Arch ’19
M. Middlebrooks // MUEP ’19
Kimberly Corral // BSArch ’19
Jonathan Chu // BSArch ’19
Yasmin Ben Ltaifa // BSArch ’19

Yousef Almana // BSArch ’19
K. Von Bampus // BSArch ’19
A. Helmbrecht // BSArch ’19

Team 2017 – 2018

Research Director:

Joseph Brookover

Research Assistant:

Monisha Nasa // M.Arch ’19

Students:

Rahul Gupta // BSArch ’18
Charlie Higginson // MLA ’19
Erica Mutschler // MLA ’18
Monisha Nasa // M.Arch ’19
Danielle Price // BSArch ’18
Matthew Reger // M.Arch ’19

Xander Shambaugh // BSArch ’18
Xionian Shen // MLA ’19
Zhilan Song // MLA ’17
S. Velamakanni // M.Arch ’18
Missy Velez // MLA ’19
Abe Wilson // M.Arch ’18

Xiang Zhao // MLA ’17
Janie Hammaker // MUEP
Tim Winchester // MUEP
Boning Dong // MUEP
Marnissa Claflin // MUEP

Team 2016 – 2017

Research Director:

Joseph Brookover

Research Assistant & Exhibition Director:

Ben DiNapoli

Research Assistants:

Tyler Mauri // M.Arch ’18
Lemara Miftakhova // M.Arch ’18
Katie Salata // BSArch ’18
Haritha Bhairavabhatia // MUEP ’18

Editorial Team:

Wendy Baucom
Scott Getz // MLA ’17
Ben Glor // MLA ’17
Gabrielle Rashleigh // BSArch ’17
Marissa Sayers // BSArch ’17

Students:

Aleksander De Mott // BSArch ’17
Andrew Morrell // M.Arch ’17
Audrey Hughes // BSArch ’17
Elizabeth Dorton // BSArch ’18
Fiorella Barreto // BSArch ’17
Josh Aronson // M.Arch ’17
July Qiu // MLA ’17
Laurence Holland // M.Arch ’17
Meng Huang // M.Arch ’18

Sally Aul // BSArch ’17
Sophie Mattinson // BSArch ’17
Sosa Erhabor // BSArch ’17
Tianning Miao // M.Arch ’18
Ana He Gu // BSArch ’17
Ana Mota // BSArch ’17
Cristina Preciado // BSArch ’18
S. Velamakanni // M.Arch ’18
Danielle Price // BSArch ’17

Justin Safaric // BS Env ’17
Katy Miller // BSGds ’17
Katie Carter // BaEvsc ’16
Maggie Grady // BsCe ’16
Julia Johnson // BsCe ’16
Emily McDuff // BsCe ’16
Vivi Tran // BsCe ’16
Tony Zhang // BsCe ’16

2015-16

Research Director:

Eric Barr

Students:

Aaron Bridgers // M.Arch ’15
Andrew Shea // M.Arch ’17
Ben DiNapoli // BSArch ’17
Brittany Duguay // BSArch ’17
Chloe Voltaire // BSArch ’16
Cristina Castillo // BSArch ’16
Fuhou Zhang // M.Arch ’17
Joseph Brookover // M.Arch ’17
Philip Chang // M.Arch ’17
Samantha Manock // BSArch ’16
Marissa Sayers // BSArch ’17
Sean Sullivan // M.Arch ’17
Gabrielle Rashleigh // BSArch ’17
Shannon Ruhl // M.Arch ’17
Stephen Hobbs // MLA ’16
Yushan Du // M.Arch ’16

2014-15

Research Director:

Megan Suau

Students:

Abigail Sandberg // MUEP ’16
Eric Barr // M.Arch ’15
Anna Cai // BSArch ’16
Anna Freidrich // BSArch ’16
Chris Wallace // BSArch ’15
Donna Ryu // M.Arch ’16
Isabel Argoti // BSArch ’15
Jessica Baralt // BSArch ’15
Joseph Laughlin // M.Arch ’15
Lauren Nelson // M.Arch ’15
Michelle Stein // M.Arch ’15
Seth Salcedo // M.Arch ’16
William Keel // BSArch ’16

2013-14

Research Director:

Matthew Pinyan

Students:

Henry Brazer // BSArch ’15
Alexandra Iaccarino // BSArch ’15
Courtney Keehan // BSArch ’15
Jaline Mcpherson // BSArch ’15
Kate Fowler // BSArch ’14
Luke Escobar // BSArch ’15
Madeline Partridge // BSArch ’15
Rachel Himes // BSArch ’15

Related Researchers

With the Yamuna River Project conversation being a global, not isolated one, significant research occurs at many levels not directly associated with the Project. Across the University of Virginia, there are researchers that continually and productively contribute to their respective fields, and also to the Yamuna River Project.

GREG FAIRCHILD

Associate Professor, Darden Graduate School of Business

GABRIELLE KRUKS-WISNER

Assistant Professor, Politics and Global Studies

REBECCA DILLINGHAM

Director, Center for Global Health

Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases and International Health

SHEETAL SEKHRI

Associate Professor (Tenured), Department of Economics

MEHR FAROOQI

Associate Professor, Department of Middle Eastern and South Asian Languages and Cultures

KIRSTEN GELSDORF

Director, Global Humanitarian Policy, Batten School of Leadership

SREEREKHA SATHIAMMA

Assistant Professor, College of Arts and Sciences

TESSA FARMER

Assistant Professor, Department of Middle Eastern and South Asian Languages and Cultures