Ani Aprahamian

Ani Aprahamian
Professor of Physics
Areas of Expertise: Experimental Nuclear Physics



Anne Coleman
Associate Professor of American Studies
Areas of Expertise: Consumer Culture and Nature in the American West
Courses Taught: American Wilderness


Jon Coleman

Jon T. Coleman
Associate Professor of History
Areas of Expertise: Environmental history; Human and animal relations; Early American history; American West
Courses Taught: US Environmental History


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Rev. James K. Foster
Assistant Professional Specialist, Department of Preprofessional Studies
Areas of Expertise: Biological Studies, Internal Medicine, Infectious Diseases, Clinical Ethics, Humanism and Medicine
Courses Taught: Intro to Clinical Ethics


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Anna Geltzer
Assistant Director for Education, John J. Reilly Center
Courses Taught: Science, Technology, and Society


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Russel Faeges
Adjunct Instructor of Sociology
Areas of Expertise: Theory; Political Sociology; Qualitative Methodology
Courses Taught: Sociology of War and Terror; Health, Medicine, and Society


Christopher Fox

Christopher Fox
Professor of English
Areas of Expertise: Interactions between literature and medicine; Psychology and science during the 18th century


Eugene Halton

Eugene Halton
Professor of Sociology
Areas of Expertise: Cultural Sociology, Theory, Social Theory; Public Life in America; Cultural Studies; Consumption Studies
Courses Taught: Materialism & Meaning in Modern Life


Christopher Hamlin

Christopher S. Hamlin
Professor of History
Areas of Expertise: History of Technology; History of Medicine; History of Science and Technology in Modern England
Courses Taught: Medicine and Public Health in US History; Biology and Society in the Modern Era; History of Psychiatry; History of the Medical Science

Don Howard

Don Howard
Professor of Philosophy
Areas of Expertise: Philosophy of Science; Foundations of Physics; History of Philosophy of Science; Ethics of Science and Technology
Courses Taught: Philosophical Issues in Physics; Robot Ethics



Katie Jarvis
Assistant Professor of History
Areas of Expertise: Early and Late Modern France; French Popular Politics; Social and Cultural History; Gender History; European History
Courses Taught: From Humors to Hysteria 



Michael Kackman
Associate Teaching Professor of Film, Television, and Theater
Areas of Expertise: History and Criticism of US Television and Film; Cold War American Culture; Nationhood and Political Culture; History and Memory Practices
Courses Taught: History of Television


Prashant Kamat
Concurrent Professor of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
Areas of Expertise: Inorganic Chemistry, Physical/Analytical Chemistry
Courses Taught: Environmental Chemistry



Kathleen Kolberg
Professional Specialist, Department of Preprofessional Studies



Janet Kourany

Janet A. Kourany
Associate Professor of Philosophy
Areas of Expertise: Philosophy of Science; Science and Values; Feminist Philosophy; Agnotology/Epistemology of Ignorance
Courses Taught: Theories of Sexual Difference; Forbidden Knowledge


Robert Latiff

Maj. Gen. Robert Latiff (Ret.)
Adjunct Professor, Reilly Center for Science, Technology, and Values
Areas of Expertise: Technologies to Support U.S. Intelligence Community, such as Data Mining and Advanced Analytics
Courses Taught: Ethics of Emerging Weapons Technology


Philip Mirowski

Philip Mirowski
Carl E. Koch Professor of Economics and Policy Studies and the History and Philosophy of Science 
Areas of Expertise: History and Philosophy of Economic Theory; History and Philosophy of Economics; Politics of Science; Pharmaceutical Science and Regulation
Courses Taught: How Pharmaceutical Drugs are Created, and Create Us; History of Economic Thought; Politics of Science 

Natalie Porter

Natalie Porter
Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Areas of Expertise: Multispecies Anthropology; Anthropology of Science, Technology, and Medicine
Courses Taught: Animal Encounters; Health and Culture



Linda Przybyszewski
Associate Professor of History
Areas of Expertise: Legal and Cultural History; History of Fashion and Dress; U.S. Civil War and Reconstruction
Courses Taught: Crime, Heredity, and Insanity


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Michael Rea
Professor of Philosophy
Areas of Expertise: Metaphysics, Philosophy of Religion


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Patrick Reagan 
Professor of Political Science 
Areas of Expertise: International Relations; Conflict Management; Civil Wars; External Interventions; Politics of Climate Change
Courses Taught: International Politics of Climate Change


Katie Rose

Katie Rose
Concurrent Assistant Professional Specialist
Courses Taught: Internet and Society



Vania Smith-Oka
Nancy O'Neill Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Areas of Expertise: Globalization; Reproductive Health; Women's Health Ethnobotany; Formal and Informal Health Systems


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Kristin Shrader-Frechette
O'Neill Family Professor of Philosophy and Concurrent Professor of Biological Sciences
Areas of Expertise: Scientific Modeling; Methodological Uncertainty; Statistical Methods in Radiation Physics and Population Biology; 
Courses Taught: Biomedical Ethics Scientific Evidence, and Public Health Risk; Environmental Justice



Julia Adeney Thomas
Associate Professor of History
Areas of Expertise: History of Japan; Modern Political and Intellectual History; Nature and Environmental History; Photography; Historiography and Theory
Courses Taught: Green Japan; The Global Environment: Capitalism, Socialism, Fascism, and Nature

Mim Thomas

Mim Thomas
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Sociology and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Sociology
Areas of Expertise: Social Networks; Historical Sociology; Social Movements
Courses Taught: Introduction to Criminology



Andrew J. Weigert
Professor of Sociology
Areas of Expertise: Social Psychology; Religion
Courses Taught: Self, Society, and Environment



Michelle Whaley
Associate Professional Specialist, Department of Biology
Areas of Expertise: Cellular and Molecular Biology; Infectious and Vector-Borne Diseases; Neuroscience and Behavior



Richard Williams
Associate Professor of Sociology
Areas of Expertise: Race and Ethnicity; Research Methods; Social Psychology
Courses Taught: Population Dynamics