• Gabriel Sanchez: Racial & Ethnic Politics, Latino Political Behavior, American Politics, Public Opinion, Electoral Behavior, Health Policy
    • Mark Q. Sawyer: Political Science, African American Studies, Caribbean Politics, Cuba.
    • Nisi Shawl: Diversity of Representation in Writing and Editing in Speculative Genres (fantasy, science fiction, horror, magic realism etc.), Octavia E. Butler, Practice of West African Religious Traditions in North America
    • Samer Shehata: Middle East Politics, Islamist Movements, US-Middle East Relations, Egyptian Politics
    • Jason E. Shelton: African Americans, Class, Sociology of Religion, Political and Social Attitudes
    • Rwany Sibaja: Soccer, 20th-century Argentina, Popular Culture, Social Studies Education
    • Margaret Simms: Low-Income Families (With An Emphasis On Employment And Asset Building), Poverty, Income And Wealth Disparities
    • Jayme Simões: Business Marketing, Portugal, Public Relations, Crisis Communications, Media Relations, New Hampshire Politics
    • Shirin Sinnar: Civil Procedure, Terrorism, Intersection of Race and Identity with National Security
    • Sung Won Sohn: International Economics (Especially the Pacific-Rim Countries), China’s Impact on the Global Economy
    • Victoria DeFrancesco Soto: Social Identities and Political Behavior, Latino Politics, Racial & Ethnic Politics, Immigration, Campaigns & Elections, Political Marketing
    • Marcelo Suárez-Orozco: Education, Immigration, Immigration Reform, Culture, Psychology, Anthropology, Mass Migration, Globalization, Latinos in the U.S.
    • Amir Sufi: Finance, Macroeconomics, Corporate Finance, Investments, Financial Decisions, Household Finance, Financial Intermediation, Subprime Mortgages, Syndicated loans, Corporate Liquidity and Investment


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