Comparative Politics, International Relations, Middle East, Muslim World
Family studies and gender-related issues, immigration, ethnicity and social change Dr. Das brings a comparative perspective to her teaching.
Youth participatory action research, Critical community psychology, Conflict transformation and peacebuilding, Northeast India/South Asia
International security studies, terrorism, weapons of mass destruction, homeland security.
Ethics (Theoretical and Applied), Philosophy of Law, Environmental Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion
School level improvement and professional learning.
Areas of expertise include social change, work and inequality, and gender and science.
American Courts, American Public Administration & Public Policy.
Sustainable housing and community economic development
Media & Politics, Human Rights, Repression & Dissent, Political Communication and Research Methods