Meet Our Professors

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Geologist and Photographer
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PETER KRESAN taught the introductory geology courses in the Department of Geosciences at the UA for 25 years. He has explored and photographed the Colorado Plateau for more than 40 years.
 

Associate Professor

Fabio Lanza is Associate Professor of Modern Chinese History in the departments of History and East Asian Studies. He is the author of Behind the Gate: Inventing Students in Beijing (Columbia, 2010) and coeditor of Decentering Cold War History: Local and Global Change (Routledge, 2012).  He received his PhD from Columbia University and was a post-doctoral fellow at Columbia and at the Fairbank Center at Harvard University.
 

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MARIE-PIERRE LE HIR joined the University of Arizona in 2000. Her research and teaching focus on French literature and culture from1789 to the present. She is the author of a book on Romantic theater (Le Romantisme aux enchères: Ducange, Pixerécourt, Hugo); the coeditor of French Cultural Studies: Criticism at the Crossroads; and the author of The National Habitus: Ways of Feeling French, 1789-1871.

 

 

Associate Professor
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DIAN LI received his Ph.D. in Asian Languages and Cultures at the University of Michigan. He then taught at Iowa State University for two years before joining the University of Arizona faculty in the Department of East Asian Studies in 1999. He has written two books and over 50 essays and articles on modern Chinese poetry, fiction, and film.

 

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SCOTT LUCAS is Associate Professor of Islamic Studies in the School of Middle Eastern and North African Studies (MENAS) at the University of Arizona.  His research analyzes the writings of jurists and theologians during the classical period of Islam.  An active member of the Tucson Muslim community, Dr. Lucas is currently chair of the School Committee of al-Huda Islamic School.  He has spent significant time in Yemen, Iran, and Lebanon.

 

 

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