°South Asian religions (especially Jainism, Hinduism/Brahmanism, Buddhism)
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Comparative religion, especially comparison of two dyads: Hindu/Jain; Christian/Pagan
°Religious and philosophical literature in classical Sanskrit,
  Vedic Sanskrit, Prakrit, and Pali

°Indic medical and culinary traditions
°South Asian and comparative civilization

°American religion and popular culture
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Food and religion
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Medical humanities
°New religions in America
°South Asian religions in America

°Comparative and cross-cultural study of myth and folklore
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Miracles, anomalies, and their containment and control
°Gender and religion, women and religion
°Religious dimensions of reproduction
°Sociology, anthropology, and psychology of religion
°Intellectual history of social science and Orientalism
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Utopian traditions