Social Sciences and Humanities

Christopher Boyer
Professor, History; Professor, Latin American and Latino Studies, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Environmental history, especially in Mexico
Ralph E. Cintron
Associate Professor, English & Latin American and Latino Studies, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Rhetorical studies, ethnography, particularly urban ethnography, urban theory, theories of globalization, political theory, particularly the anthropology of democracy, and social theory
Molly Doane
Associate Head, Anthropology, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Sociocultural anthropology, environment, social movements, globalization, political economy, consumption, commodity chains, organic agriculture, cooperatives
Beate Geissler
Associate Professor, Art, School of Art and Design
Technology on systems of global commerce
Susan Goldman
Professor, Psychology, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Subject matter learning, instruction, assessment, and on roles for technology
Rachel Havrelock
Assistant Professor, English, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Biblical studies, literary and political theory, and the politics of interpretation
David Hilbert
Professor, Philosophy, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Color, philosophy of perception, philosophy of mind
Kirk Arden Hoppe
Associate Professor, History, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Modern African history and modern world history, including environmental history, African wildlife and nature preservation
Susan Levine
Professor, History, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Gender, social movements, and food policy
James W. Pellegrino
Professor, Psychology, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Professor, Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education
Children’s /adult’s thinking and learning, cognitive research and theory
Dan Peterman
Associate Professor, Art, School of Art and Design
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