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  • Anthropology (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Gerardo V. Aldana, PhD, Harvard University (Maya hieroglyphic history, Mesoamerican art, experimental archaeology, science studies, culture theory) Joint Appointment: Chicana and Chicano Studies
      • James F. Brooks, PhD, UC Davis (borderlands, indigenous studies, ethnohistorical methods and theory, comparative slavery, non-profit missions, management and governance, the professoriate in the twenty-first century; Southwest borderlands, American West) Joint Appointment: History
      • Lynn H. Gamble, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (emergent sociopolitical complexity among hunter-gatherer societies in southern California, especially the Chumash Indians; California, North America)
      • Steven J. C. Gaulin, PhD, Harvard University (evolutionary psychology, cognitive adaptations, sexual selection, evolution of sex differences; North)
      • Michael D. Gurven, PhD, University of New Mexico (cooperation and food sharing, foraging, hunter-gather ecology, altruism and reciprocity, the dynamics of social networks, evolution of human life history patterns, South American Indians; Bolivia, Paraguay)
      • Mary E. Hancock, PhD, University of Pennsylvania (South Asia, social theory, nationalism, religion, cultural studies, feminist theory, public memory) Joint Appointment: History
      • Barbara H. Harthorn, PhD, UC Los Angeles (gender, race, and health inequalities; social construction of risk; science and new technologies; geographies in inequality; risk perception; gender and technology)
      • Stuart T. Smith, PhD, UC Los Angeles (archaeology of Egypt and Nubia [the Sudan], ethnicity, culture contact and imperialism, ideology and legitimization, funerary practice, ceramics and residue analysis)
      • John Tooby, PhD, Harvard University (evolutionary psychology, evolutionary biology, cognitive psychology; social psychology, economics, hominid-behavioral evolution, behavioral ecology, evolutionary genetics)
      • Amber M. VanDerwarker, PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (archaeology, paleoethnobotany, zooarchaeology; Mesoamerica, southeastern United States)
    • Associate Professors

      • Aaron Blackwell, PhD, University of Oregon (human biology, human behavioral ecology, ecological immunology, life history theory, South American forager-horticulturalists)
      • Jeffrey A. Hoelle, PhD, University of Florida (ecological and economic anthropology, cattle raising and cowboy cultures; Latin America, Brazilian Amazon)
      • Casey Walsh, PhD, New School for Social Research (political economy, Mexico-United States borderlands, water, commodities, history)
      • Gregory D. Wilson, PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (archaeology, origins of social inequality, warfare; Eastern North America, particularly the Mississippi valley and interior southeastern United States)

      Assistant Professors

      • Amy M. Boddy
      • Michelle Brown, PhD, Columbia University (primate behavioral ecology, evolution of social systems, competition and cooperation, behavioral endocrinology)
      • Danielle S. Kurin, PhD, Vanderbilt University (bioarchaeology, violence, ethnicity, health and inequality, state collapse; Andean South America)
      • David W. Lawson, PhD, University College London (behavioral ecology, evolutionary demography, population health, international development, the family, parental investment and childhood; Tanzania)
      • Elana F. Resnick

      Emeriti

      • Francesca Bray, PhD, Cambridge University (social anthropology; technology; agriculture; medicine; science and society; sociology of knowledge; China, Europe, California)
      • David W. Brokensha, D Phil, Oxford University (modernization, ecology, plural societies; Africa)
      • Donald E. Brown, PhD, Cornell University (sociocultural anthropology, political anthropology, anthropology of history; Southeast Asia)
      • Manuel Carlos, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (political anthropology; Latin America)
      • Napoleon A. Chagnon, PhD, University of Michigan (social behavior, evolutionary theory, social structure, South American Indians)
      • Brian Fagan, PhD, Cambridge University (Old World archaeology, general prehistory, multimedia teaching)
      • Michael A. Glassow, PhD, UC Los Angeles (archaeology, cultural ecology; western North America)
      • Elvin Hatch, PhD, UC Los Angeles (history of anthropology, social history of rural America and New Zealand)
      • Michael A. Jochim, PhD, University of Michigan (archaeology, hunters-gatherers, European prehistory, archaeological method and theory)
      • Juan-Vicente Palerm, PhD, Universidad de Iberoamérica
      • A. F. Robertson, PhD/Sc.D, University of Edinburgh/University of Cambridge (social change and development, economic and political processes; Africa, Europe)
      • Katharina Schreiber, PhD, Binghamton University (archaeology of Andean South America and the southwestern United States, origin and development of complex societies, empire expansion, settlement patterns)
      • Susan C. Stonich, PhD, University of Kentucky Joint Appointment: Environmental Studies
      • Donald Symons, PhD, UC Berkeley (physical anthropology, primate social behavior, the evolution of human behavior)
      • Barbara Voorhies, PhD, Yale University (archaeology, cultural ecology; Mesoamerica)

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Lalaie Ameeriar, PhD, Stanford University, Associate Professor (globalization, transnationalism, diaspora, multiculturalism, race and ethnicity, labor studies and feminist studies) Appointment in: Asian American Studies
      • Mary Bucholtz, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (sociocultural linguistics; language and identity; American English and Spanish) Appointment in: Linguistics
      • Leda Cosmides, PhD, Harvard University, Professor (evolutionary psychology, cognition, domain-specific reasoning) Appointment in: Psychological and Brain Sciences
      • Sabine Fruhstuck, PhD, University of Vienna , Professor (modern/contemporary history, ethnography, sociology, and cultural studies of Japan; power, sexuality, violence, childhood, war and military, knowledge systems) Appointment in: East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies
      • Ann-Elise Lewallen, PhD, University of Michigan, Associate Professor (sociocultural anthropology, indigenous and minority communities, multiculturalism, environmental justice, cultural studies of Japan) Appointment in: East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies
      • David E. Novak, PhD, Columbia University, Associate Professor (ethnomusicology) Appointment in: Music
      • Laura M. Oaks, PhD, Johns Hopkins University, Professor (reproductive politics; health, medicine, and science; feminist and community-based participatory research) Appointment in: Feminist Studies
      • Mayfair Yang, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (anthropology, China , critical theory, media, gender, state) Appointments in: Religious Studies, East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies
  • Art (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Laurel Beckman, MFA, California Institute of the Arts (digital intermedia, public space arts, video-animation, alternative art, core foundations studies)
      • Jane Callister, MFA, University of Nevada, Las Vegas (critical studies/contemporary culture, impact of new bodies of knowledge on contemporary art practice and theory, painting and drawing, inter-media)
      • Kip Fulbeck, MFA, UC San Diego (performative studies, narrative)
      • Colin R. Gardner, PhD, UC Los Angeles (critical theory and integrative studies, film-philosophy, Deleuze and Guattari, minor literatures and Francophone Studies)
      • Richard W. Hebdige, MA, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom (cultural studies) Joint Appointment: Film and Media Studies
      • Lisa Jevbratt, MFA, San Jose State University (digital media, art, network, Net art, interactive media) Joint Appointment: Media Arts and Technology Program
      • Jane L. Mulfinger, MA, Royal College of Art, London (site-specific art, sculpture and spatial studies in art, interactive art)
      • Harry Reese, MFA, Brown University (print, book arts)
      • Richard Ross, MFA, University of Florida (photography)
      • Kim T. Yasuda, MFA, University of Southern California (public art, spatial studies, social practice, community design)
    • Emeriti

      • Michael A. Arntz, MFA, California State University, Long Beach
      • Gary H. Brown, MFA, University of Wisconsin, Madison
      • Karen Carson
      • Irma Cavat
      • Sheldon A. Kaganoff

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Laurie J. Monahan, PhD, Harvard University, Associate Professor (20th-century and contemporary European art and American art, feminist theory, continental theory, sexuality and representation; visual culture) Appointment in: History of Art and Architecture
      • Marko Peljhan, Diploma, University of Ljublijana, Slovenia, Professor (interdisciplinary studies, systemics, tactical media, digital media, performance) Appointment in: Media Arts and Technology Program
      • Constance Penley, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (film history and theory, media studies, literary and rhetorical studies, cultural studies, feminist theory, science and technology studies, contemporary art) Appointment in: Film and Media Studies
      • Jennifer M. Sorkin, PhD, Yale, Associate Professor (Contemporary art; material culture, craft, and design; art criticism; feminist historiographies and theory; art school pedagogies; queer culture and theory) Appointment in: History of Art and Architecture
      • Sven Spieker, PhD, University of Oxford, Professor (modern and contemporary art and literature, with an emphasis on Eastern and Central Europe; avant-garde studies, especially Russian; intersections between critical theory and modern art/literature) Appointment in: Germanic and Slavic Studies
  • Asian American Studies (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Diane Fujino, PhD, UC Los Angeles (Asian-American social movement history, Afro-Asian solidarities, Third World radicalism, Japanese American history, race, class, and gender inequalities)
      • John S.W. Park, PhD, UC Berkeley (immigration law and policy, race theory, political theory and public law)
      • Lisa Sun-Hee Park, PhD, Northwestern University (race, gender, migration, environmental justice, health care policy)
      • Xiaojian Zhao, PhD, UC Berkeley (United States history, Asian American history, gender, and immigration)
    • Associate Professors

      • Lalaie Ameeriar, PhD, Stanford University (globalization, transnationalism, diaspora, multiculturalism, race and ethnicity, labor studies and feminist studies)
      • erin K. Ninh, PhD, UC Berkeley (Asian American literature and literary studies, feminist studies and women's literature, ethnic literature, cultural studies, gender and family)

      Emeriti

      • Sucheng Chan, PhD, UC Berkeley

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Rudy V. Busto, PhD, UC Berkeley, Associate Professor (Chicano/Latino religions, Asian American/Pacific Islander religions, American religions) Appointment in: Religious Studies
      • G. Reginald Daniel, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (race and ethnic relations, comparative and historical sociology, comparative race and culture) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Kip Fulbeck, MFA, UC San Diego, Professor (performative studies, narrative) Appointment in: Art
      • Pei-Te Lien, PhD, University of Florida , Professor (race, ethnicity, and gender; transnationalism; Asian American politics) Appointment in: Political Science
      • Paul R. Spickard, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (history; race; ethnicity; immigration; Asian American; African American; interracial marriage; multiracial; identity; global) Appointment in: History
      • Mayfair Yang, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (anthropology, China , critical theory, media, gender, state) Appointments in: Religious Studies, East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies
  • Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Cheryl J. Briggs, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (theoretical ecology and systems biology) Joint Appointments: Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology
      • Dennis O. Clegg, PhD, UC Berkeley (molecular and cellular neurobiology; stem cell biology and engineering; ocular disease) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • Christopher S. Hayes, PhD, University of Connecticut (molecular biology of inter-bacterial competition, type V and VI secretion systems, biochemistry of toxin-immunity protein pairs) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • Luc A. Jaeger, PhD, University Louis Pasteur (nucleic acid nanotechnology, synthetic biology, nano-biotechnology, RNA structures, RNA evolution, biomaterials, nanomedicine) Joint Appointment: Chemistry and Biochemistry
      • Kenneth S. Kosik, MD, Medical College of Pennsylvania (neurodegeneration, biophysics of neuroconnectivity, stem cells, synaptic plasticity, microRNAs, evolution of the nervous system) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • David A. Low, PhD, UC Irvine (microbial biology, cellular communication, contact-dependent growth inhibition, antimicrobials, bacteriophage engineering, epigenetic regulation) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • Michael J. Mahan, PhD, University of Utah (microbial pathogenesis; molecular mechanisms of infectious disease, antibiotc resistance, and sepsis; vaccine development) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • Jamey D. Marth, PhD, University of Washington (nanomedicine and bioengineering to explore fundamental biology, construct new approaches to disease diagnosis, and develop effective means for disease prevention, therapy, and cure) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • Samir S. Mitragotri, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (biomaterials and bioengineering, drug delivery and diagnostics, bio-membrane transport, membrane biophysics, biomedical ultrasound) Joint Appointment: Chemical Engineering
      • Denise J. Montell, PhD, Stanford University (biomedical sciences; developmental & stem cell biology) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • Craig Montell, PhD, UC Los Angeles (biomedical sciences; neuroscience) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • Stanley M. Parsons, PhD, California Institute of Technology (biological chemistry, membrane protein biochemistry, structure-function in acetylcholine storage, imaging agents for Alzheimer's, GHB enzymology) Joint Appointment: Chemistry and Biochemistry
      • Kevin W. Plaxco, PhD, California Institute of Technology (biochemistry, protein folding, biomolecular engineering) Joint Appointment: Chemistry and Biochemistry
      • Norbert O. Reich, PhD, UC San Francisco (theoretical biophysical chemistry) Joint Appointment: Chemistry and Biochemistry
      • Joel H. Rothman, PhD, University of Oregon (biochemical and genetic studies of cellular differentiation and reprogramming; regulation of cell signaling, proliferation, and death) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • Omar A. Saleh, PhD, Princeton University (single-molecule biophysics, motor proteins, DNA-protein interactions) Joint Appointment: Materials
      • Ambuj K. Singh, PhD, University of Texas (network science, cheminformatics & bioinformatics, graph querying and mining, databases) Joint Appointment: Computer Science
      • William Smith, PhD, UC Santa Cruz (developmental biology of marine invertebrate chordates) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • J. H. Waite, PhD, Duke University (comparative biochemistry, marine biomolecular materials, micro and nanomechanics, bioadhesion) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies
    • Associate Professors

      • Rolf E. Christoffersen, PhD, UC Los Angeles (plant molecular biology) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • Deborah K. Fygenson, PhD, Princeton University (experimental biophysics) Joint Appointment: Physics
      • John Lew, PhD, University of Calgary (biochemistry, molecular biology, enzymology) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology

      Assistant Professors

      • Irene A. Chen, MD, PhD, Harvard University (synthetic and systems biology) Joint Appointment: Chemistry and Biochemistry

      Emeriti

      • James B. Cooper, PhD, Washington University Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • John T. Gerig, PhD, Brown University Joint Appointment: Chemistry and Biochemistry
      • Jacob N. Israelachvili, PhD, University of Cambridge Joint Appointments: Chemical Engineering, East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies
      • Daniel E. Morse, PhD, Albert Einstein College of Medicine (molecular biology, bio-nanotechnology, biomolecular materials, marine biotechnology, biophotonics) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • Charles E. Samuel, PhD, UC Berkeley Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • Duane W. Sears, PhD, Columbia University Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • Carol A. Vandenberg, PhD, UC San Diego Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • Leslie Wilson, PhD, Tufts University (microtubule dynamics, functions, and anticancer drug mechanisms) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Frank L. Brown, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Professor (theoretical /biophysical chemistry) Appointments in: Chemistry and Biochemistry, Physics
      • Alison Butler, PhD, UC San Diego, Professor (bio-inorganic chemistry and metallobiochemistry) Appointment in: Chemistry and Biochemistry
      • Frederick W. Dahlquist, PhD, California Institute of Technology, Professor (relationships between protein structure and function and the phenomenon of chemotaxis in bacteria; biochemistry) Appointments in: Chemistry and Biochemistry, Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • Everett A. Lipman, PhD, UC Berkeley, Associate Professor (experimental biological physics) Appointment in: Physics
      • Philip A. Pincus, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (soft condensed matter theory) Appointments in: Materials, Physics
      • Cyrus R. Safinya, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Professor (biophysics, supramolecular assemblies of biological molecules, non-viral gene delivery systems) Appointments in: Materials, Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • Joan-Emma Shea, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Professor (theoretical biophysical chemistry) Appointments in: Chemistry and Biochemistry, Physics
      • Boris I. Shraiman, PhD, Harvard University, Professor (theoretical biophysics) Appointment in: Physics
      • Galen Stucky, PhD, Iowa State University, Professor (biomaterials, composites, materials synthesis, electro-optical materials catalysis) Appointments in: Chemistry and Biochemistry, Materials
  • Black Studies (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Vilna F. Bashi Treitler, PhD, U Wisconsin-Madison (race and ethnicity, international migration, inequality)
      • George R. Lipsitz, PhD, University of Wisconsin (social movements, urban culture, inequality, race, culture, 20th-century history) Joint Appointment: Sociology
      • Claudine Michel, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (multicultural/comparative education, cross-cultural psychology, religion)
      • Jeffrey C. Stewart, PhD, Yale University (African-American history and philosophy, art history, American studies)
    • Associate Professors

      • Ingrid Banks, PhD, UC Berkeley (race, gender, culture, ethnographic methods)
      • Stephanie L. Batiste, PhD, George Washington University (performance studies, Black cultural studies, critical race theory, African American literature) Joint Appointment: English
      • Terence D. Keel, PhD, Harvard University (Study of race within the history of science and medicine, the relationship between religion and science, and African American intellectual history) Joint Appointment: History
      • Christopher McAuley, PhD, University of Michigan (northern and southern African politics, world systems theory, Black intellectual history, Caribbean and Latin American political economy and economic history of the Americas)
      • Roberto D. Strongman, PhD, UC San Diego (comparative Caribbean cultural studies, literature and religion of the Afro-Americas, gender and sexuality studies)

      Emeriti

      • Douglas H. Daniels, PhD, UC Berkeley Joint Appointment: History
      • Gerard G. Pigeon, PhD, UC Santa Barbara
      • Earl L. Stewart, DMA, University of Texas

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Eileen C. Boris, PhD, Brown University, Professor (labor studies; feminist theory; gender, race, class; women's history; women, work and welfare; social politics) Appointment in: Feminist Studies
      • Rudy V. Busto, PhD, UC Berkeley, Associate Professor (Chicano/Latino religions, Asian American/Pacific Islander religions, American religions) Appointment in: Religious Studies
      • Julie A. Carlson, PhD, University of Chicago, Professor (British romantic literature, theater studies, trauma studies, imagination and social justice) Appointment in: English
      • Moses Chikowero, PhD, Dalhousie University, Associate Professor (African social, cultural and economic history; popular culture and politics in Africa; electrification and energy in Africa; African labor history, HIV/AIDS in Africa) Appointment in: History
      • Nadege T. Clitandre, PhD, UC Berkeley, Assistant Professor (African Diaspora, Gender and Transnationalism, Caribbean Literature, Haiti) Appointment in: Global Studies
      • Jon D. Cruz, PhD, UC Berkeley, Associate Professor (social theory, culture, race and ethnicity, knowledge) Appointment in: Sociology
      • G. Reginald Daniel, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (race and ethnic relations, comparative and historical sociology, comparative race and culture) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Anna Everett, PhD, University of Southern California, Professor (film and television history and theory, Black film, digital media technologies) Appointment in: Film and Media Studies
      • Carl Gutiérrez-Jones, PhD, Cornell University, Professor (Chicano and American literature; legal studies; Latin American studies; race and ethnic studies; science fiction; youth violence; historiography; global studies) Appointment in: English
      • Richard W. Hebdige, MA, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom, Professor (cultural studies) Appointments in: Film and Media Studies, Art
      • Stephan F. Miescher, PhD, Northwestern University, Associate Professor (19th- and 20th-century social history of West Africa; Ghana, colonialism, gender, masculinities; history of development and modernity/modernization; history of sexualities; oral history) Appointment in: History
      • Mireille L. Miller-Young, PhD, New York University , Associate Professor (gender and sexuality studies; Black cultural studies; film and media studies; pornography and sex work) Appointment in: Feminist Studies
      • Sylvester O. Ogbechie, PhD, Northwestern University, Professor (classical African art; modern and contemporary African art; arts of the African diaspora; contemporary African visual culture; African film; theory and methodology of art history; cultural patrimony research) Appointment in: History of Art and Architecture
      • Victor M. Rios, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (urban ethnography, juvenile justice, Latino sociology) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Paul R. Spickard, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (history; race; ethnicity; immigration; Asian American; African American; interracial marriage; multiracial; identity; global) Appointment in: History
      • F Winddance Twine, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (The Body, Ethnography, Intimacy, Privilege, Feminist Theory, Critical Race Theory, Visual Sociology, Comparative Racial Studies (Europe/US/South Africa)) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Howard A. Winant, PhD, UC Santa Cruz, Professor (race and racism, political sociology, comparative/historical sociology, social theory) Appointment in: Sociology
  • Bren School of Environmental Science and Management (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Kelly K. Caylor, PhD, University of Virginia (ecology and hydrology of drylands, distributed environmental sensing & sensor development, sub-Saharan agriculture, coupled social-environmental systems) Joint Appointment: Geography
      • Christopher J. Costello, PhD, UC Berkeley (environmental and resource economics)
      • Frank W. Davis, PhD, Johns Hopkins University (plant ecology, quantitative bio-geography, vegetation remote sensing, ecological applications of remote sensing and geographic information systems, conservation planning, fire ecology)
      • Jeffrey C. Dozier, PhD, University of Michigan (hydrology with a focus on snow, earth system science, remote sensing and information systems)
      • Thomas Dunne, PhD, Johns Hopkins University (drainage basin and hillslope evolution, hydrology and floodplain sedimentation, applications of hydrology and geomorphology in environmental management)
      • Benjamin S. Halpern, PhD, University of California, Santa Barbara (marine ecology, conservation planning)
      • Patricia A. Holden, PhD, UC Berkeley (pathogens in the environment, microbial ecology of pollutant degradation, soil microbiology)
      • Arturo A. Keller, PhD, Stanford University (water quality management and modeling, fate and transport of pollutants, groundwater protection and remediation, contaminant treatment technologies, watershed management, environmental implications and applications of nanotechnology)
      • Bruce E. Kendall, PhD, University of Arizona (quantitative ecology; conservation biology; nonlinear dynamics; stochastic modeling; population ecology; spatial processes)
      • Hunter S. Lenihan, PhD, University of North Carolina (marine ecological research, including impact assessment; resource restoration and the development of environmental management strategies; community, conservation, and restoration ecology; fisheries oceanography, polar and deep-sea biology, adaptive management of marine resources)
      • Gary D. Libecap, PhD, University of Pennsylvania (economics, economic history, corporate environmental management, property rights, economics and law, natural resource economics) Joint Appointment: Economics
      • John M. Melack, PhD, Duke University (ecology of inland waters, biogeochemistry, remote sensing, environmental science and management) Joint Appointments: Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology
      • Andrew Plantinga, PhD, University of California, Berkeley (natural resource economics and policy)
      • Matthew Potoski, PhD, University of Indiana (corporate environmental management, political science)
      • James E. Salzman, JD cum laude, Harvard University (environmental law)
      • Sangwon Suh, PhD, Leiden University (corporate environmental management, industrial ecology, life cycle assessment)
      • Christina L. Tague, PhD, University of Toronto (hydrology, linkages between climate, ecology, and hydrology)
      • George D. Tilman, PhD, University of Michigan (ecology, biodiversity, ecosystem functioning)
    • Associate Professors

      • Sarah E. Anderson, PhD, Stanford University (environmental politics and public policy,American politics, legislatures, political parties, and statistical methods)
      • James E. Frew, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (environmental information systems, technology and management, digital libraries, remote sensing and image processing)
      • Roland Geyer, PhD, University of Surry (industrial ecology and management science, green supply-chain management, life-cycle assessment)

      Assistant Professors

      • Mark T. Buntaine, PhD, Duke University (international relations and environmental policy)
      • Ashley E. Larsen, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (agricultural and landscape ecology)
      • Kyle C. Meng, PhD, Columbia University (economics, climate change) Joint Appointment: Economics
      • Samantha L. Stevenson-Michener

      Emeriti

      • Charles D. Kolstad, PhD, Stanford University (environmental economics) Joint Appointment: Economics
      • Oran R. Young, PhD, Yale University (environmental institutions, governance for sustainable development)

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Vena W. Chu, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Assistant Professor (remote sensing, Greenland ice sheet meltwater dynamics) Appointment in: Geography
      • Olivier Deschenes, PhD, Princeton University, Professor (labor economics, applied econometrics, econometrics) Appointment in: Economics
      • John F. Foran, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (revolutions, global justice movements, radical social change, development and globalization, Middle East studies, Latin American studies, Third World cultural studies, social theory, political sociology, comparative historical methods) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Steven Gaines, PhD, Oregon State University, Professor (marine ecology and conservation, consequences of climate change, biostatistics) Appointments in: Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology
      • Hahrie C. Han, PhD, Stanford University, Professor (American politics, environmental politics, political organizations, civic and political engagement, politics of social policy, political behavior) Appointment in: Political Science
      • David W. Lea, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology-Woods Hole, Professor (biogeochemistry, paleoceanography and its significance in global change problems, using metals in marine biogrenic calcite, chemical oceanography) Appointment in: Earth Science
      • Sally Macintyre, PhD, Duke University, Professor (physical-biological coupling; physical limnology and oceanography with particular emphasis on turbulence and its implications for the biogeochemistry of aquatic ecosystems; tropical, temperate and arctic lakes; flow and ecosystem dynamics in kelp forests) Appointments in: Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology
      • Wendy Meiring, PhD, University of Washington, Associate Professor (applied statistics, statistics of space-time processes, environmental statistics) Appointment in: Statistics and Applied Probability
      • Matto Mildenberger, PhD, Yale University, Assistant Professor (climate environmental politics, comparative public policy, political behavior, methodology) Appointment in: Political Science
      • David N. Pellow, PhD, Northwestern University, Professor (environmental justice studies, ethnic studies, social change, social movements) Appointment in: Environmental Studies
      • Ronald E. Rice, PhD, Stanford University, Professor (social effects of new media and telecommunications, communication networks, bibliometrics, public communication campaigns, organizational communication, diffusion of innovations) Appointment in: Communication
      • Eric R. Smith, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (environmental politics and policy, public opinion, voting behavior, Congress) Appointment in: Political Science
      • Leah C. Stokes, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Assistant Professor (environmental and energy politics, public policy, political behavior, methodology) Appointment in: Political Science
  • Chemical Engineering (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Bradley F. Chmelka, PhD, UC Berkeley (self-assembled materials, heterogeneous catalysis, surfactants and polymers, porous and composite solids, magnetic resonance)
      • Michael F. Doherty, PhD, University of Cambridge (process synthesis and conceptual design of chemical process methods, combining reactions and separations, crystallization of organic materials, systems with complex chemistries, speciality chemicals and pharmaceuticals)
      • Glenn H. Fredrickson, PhD, Stanford University (statistical mechanics of soft matter, polymer theory, phase transitions, glass transitions, polymer technologies, energy and sustainable technologies)
      • Songi Han, PhD, Aachen University of Technology (magnetic resonance, spectroscopy, bio-physical chemistry) Joint Appointment: Chemistry and Biochemistry
      • Eric W. McFarland, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (energy production, catalysis, reaction engineering, photoelectrocatalysis and photovoltaic energy conversion)
      • Samir S. Mitragotri, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (biomaterials and bioengineering, drug delivery and diagnostics, bio-membrane transport, membrane biophysics, biomedical ultrasound) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Baron G. Peters, PhD, UC Berkeley (molecular simulation, chemical kinetics, catalytic reaction mechanisms, nucleation, electron transfer)
      • Susannah L. Scott, PhD, Iowa State University (heterogeneous catalysis, surface organometallic chemistry; analysis of electronic structure and stoichiometric reactivity to determine catalytic function) Joint Appointment: Chemistry and Biochemistry
      • Rachel A. Segalman, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (polymer design, self-assembly, and properties) Joint Appointment: Materials
      • M. Scott Shell, PhD, Princeton University (molecular simulation, statistical mechanics, thermodynamics, protein biophysics)
      • Todd M. Squires, PhD, Harvard University (fluid mechanics, microfluidics, microrheology, complex fluids)
    • Associate Professors

      • Michael J. Gordon, PhD, California Institute of Technology (surface physics, scanning probe microscopy, nanoscale materials, plasmonics, laser spectroscopy)

      Assistant Professors

      • Siddharth S. Dey, PhD, UC Berkeley (gene expression noise, single-cell genomics, single-cell epigenomics, transcription, epigenetics, quantitative biology and dynamical systems)
      • Matthew E. Helgeson, PhD, University of Delaware (colloidal thermodynamics and rheology, polymer and surfactant self-assembly, nanomaterials, microfluidics)
      • Arnab Mukherjee
      • Michelle A. O'Malley, PhD, University of Delaware (genetic and cellular engineering, membrane protein characterization for drug discovery, protein biophysics, metagenomics, biofuel production)

      Emeriti

      • Sanjoy Banerjee, PhD, University of Waterloo Joint Appointment: Mechanical Engineering
      • Owen T. Hanna, PhD, Purdue University (theoretical methods)
      • Jacob N. Israelachvili, PhD, University of Cambridge Joint Appointments: Materials,
      • L. Gary Leal, PhD, Stanford University
      • Gene Lucas, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Joint Appointment: Mechanical Engineering
      • Duncan A. Mellichamp, PhD, Purdue University (process dynamics and control, digital computer control)
      • Robert G. Rinker, PhD, California Institute of Technology (chemical kinetics, reaction engineering, catalysis)
      • Orville C. Sandall, PhD, UC Berkeley (transport of mass, energy, and momentum, separation processes)
      • Dale E. Seborg, PhD, Princeton University (process dynamics and control, monitoring and fault detection, system identification)
      • Theofanis G. Theofanous, PhD, University of Minnesota Joint Appointment: Mechanical Engineering

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Mahdi Abu-Omar, Professor Appointment in: Chemistry and Biochemistry
      • Christopher M. Bates, PhD, University of Austin Texas, Assistant Professor (polymer mesostructure and dynamics, energy storage, and crystallization) Appointment in: Materials
      • Songi Han, PhD, Aachen University of Technology, Professor (magnetic resonance, spectroscopy, bio-physical chemistry) Appointments in: Chemistry and Biochemistry, Chemical Engineering
      • Philip A. Pincus, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (soft condensed matter theory) Appointments in: Materials, Physics
  • Chemistry and Biochemistry (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Mahdi Abu-Omar
      • Guillermo C. Bazan, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (organic materials, organometallic chemistry, polymer synthesis, photophysics) Joint Appointment: Materials
      • Michael T. Bowers, PhD, University of Illinois (generation, structure and reactivity of semiconductor and metallic clusters in the gas phase and on surfaces; structures and energetics of synthetic polymers and biopolymers in the gas phase; protein misfolding and aggregation diseases; G-quadraplex formation and stabilization)
      • Frank L. Brown, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (theoretical /biophysical chemistry) Joint Appointment: Physics
      • Steven K. Buratto, PhD, California Institute of Technology (materials chemistry, physical chemistry, near-field scanning optical microscopy (NSOM), nanoscale optical properties of thin films, single molecule spectroscopy of dye molecules, polymer molecules, si quantum dots)
      • Alison Butler, PhD, UC San Diego (bio-inorganic chemistry and metallobiochemistry)
      • Frederick W. Dahlquist, PhD, California Institute of Technology (relationships between protein structure and function and the phenomenon of chemotaxis in bacteria; biochemistry) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • Mattanjah S. de Vries, PhD, University of Amsterdam (physical chemistry)
      • Peter C. Ford, PhD, Yale University (inorganic and bio-inorganic chemistry, photochemistry, homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis)
      • Songi Han, PhD, Aachen University of Technology (magnetic resonance, spectroscopy, bio-physical chemistry) Joint Appointment: Chemical Engineering
      • Craig J. Hawker, PhD, Cambridge University (synthetic polymer chemistry, nanotechnology, materials science) Joint Appointment: Materials
      • Trevor W. Hayton, PhD, University of British Columbia (inorganic chemistry)
      • Luc A. Jaeger, PhD, University Louis Pasteur (nucleic acid nanotechnology, synthetic biology, nano-biotechnology, RNA structures, RNA evolution, biomaterials, nanomedicine) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Bernard Kirtman, PhD, Harvard University (theoretical quantum chemistry)
      • Bruce H. Lipshutz, PhD, Yale University (organic chemistry)
      • Richard M. Martin
      • Horia I. Metiu, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (theoretical physical chemistry)
      • Martin Moskovits, PhD, University of Toronto (nanoscience and technology, surface science, surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy, cluster science, near-field microscopy, scanning probe techniques; science policy, intellectual property issues)
      • Thuc-Quyen T. Nguyen, PhD, UC Los Angeles (polymer photophysics, molecular self-assembly, charge transport in organic semiconductors, organic solar cells, field effect transistors, and charge injection in organic light-emitting diodes)
      • Stanley M. Parsons, PhD, California Institute of Technology (biological chemistry, membrane protein biochemistry, structure-function in acetylcholine storage, imaging agents for Alzheimer's, GHB enzymology) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Thomas R. Pettus, PhD, University of Rochester (organic chemistry synthesis and methods involving aromatic compounds)
      • Kevin W. Plaxco, PhD, California Institute of Technology (biochemistry, protein folding, biomolecular engineering) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Norbert O. Reich, PhD, UC San Francisco (theoretical biophysical chemistry) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Susannah L. Scott, PhD, Iowa State University (heterogeneous catalysis, surface organometallic chemistry; analysis of electronic structure and stoichiometric reactivity to determine catalytic function) Joint Appointment: Chemical Engineering
      • Ram Seshadri, PhD, Indian Institute of Science (inorganic materials, preparation and magnetism of bulk solids and nonoparticles, patterned materials) Joint Appointment: Materials
      • Joan-Emma Shea, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (theoretical biophysical chemistry) Joint Appointment: Physics
      • Galen Stucky, PhD, Iowa State University (biomaterials, composites, materials synthesis, electro-optical materials catalysis) Joint Appointment: Materials
      • J. H. Waite, PhD, Duke University (comparative biochemistry, marine biomolecular materials, micro and nanomechanics, bioadhesion) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology,
      • Armen S. Zakarian, PhD, Florida State University (organic chemistry; natural products; marine natural products; organic synthesis, synthetic methods; green chemistry; bio-organic chemistry)
      • Liming Zhang, PhD, University of Michigan (organic chemistry, synthesis, medicinal chemistry, transition metal catalysis, synthetic methodology, and green chemistry)
    • Associate Professors

      • Donald H. Aue, PhD, Cornell University (physical-organic chemistry, strained-ring chemistry, gas-phase ion chemistry, computational chemistry)
      • Javier Read de Alaniz, PhD, Colorado State University (asymmetric catalysis, alkaloid total synthesis, new reaction development)

      Assistant Professors

      • Irene A. Chen, MD, PhD, Harvard University (synthetic and systems biology) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Gabriel Menard, PhD, University of Toronto (inorganic chemistry; catalyst design for sustainable chemistry and clean energy applications)
      • Lior Sepunaru

      Senior Lecturers SOE

      • Paula Y. Bruice, PhD, University of Virginia (organic and bio-organic chemistry)
      • Kalju Kahn, PhD, University of Missouri, Columbia (development and application of computational chemistry tools for solving biochemical problems)
      • Leroy E. Laverman, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (inorganic and analytical chemistry) Joint Appointment: College of Creative Studies
      • Petra Van Koppen, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (physical chemistry)

      Lecturers SOE

      • Darby L. Feldwinn, PhD, UC San Diego (chemistry, math and science education)

      Emeriti

      • Thomas C. Bruice
      • Clifford Bunton, PhD, University College, London
      • Anthony Cheetham, PhD, Oxford University Joint Appointment: Materials
      • John T. Gerig, PhD, Brown University Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Thomas M. Hooker Jr, PhD, Duke University
      • William C. Kaska, PhD, University of Michigan
      • John H. Kennedy, PhD, Harvard University
      • R. Daniel Little, PhD, University of Wisconsin
      • Richard Martinez, PhD, University of Wisconsin
      • Roger Millikan, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Ralph G. Pearson, PhD, Northwestern University
      • Glyn O. Pritchard, PhD, Manchester University
      • Richard J. Watts, PhD, University of Colorado
      • Alec M. Wodtke, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Fred Wudl, PhD, UC Los Angeles Joint Appointment: Materials

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Baron G. Peters, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (molecular simulation, chemical kinetics, catalytic reaction mechanisms, nucleation, electron transfer) Appointment in: Chemical Engineering
  • Chicana and Chicano Studies (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Gerardo V. Aldana, PhD, Harvard University (Maya hieroglyphic history, Mesoamerican art, experimental archaeology, science studies, culture theory) Joint Appointment: Anthropology
      • Ralph J. Armbruster, PhD, UC Riverside (globalization, labor, social movements, race and ethnic relations, Latin American studies and community/urban studies)
      • Mario T. Garcia, PhD, UC San Diego (Chicano history, U.S. labor history, Chicano studies, ethnic studies, Southwestern history, race and ethnicity, autobiography, Latino religion)
      • Maria Herrera Sobek, PhD, UC Irvine (Chicano/a literature and culture, colonial Latin American literature, oral traditions, cultural studies and folklore, feminist theory, colonial literature of the Southwest)
      • Aida Hurtado, PhD, University of Michigan (Chicana feminisms, study of masculinities, Chicana/o and Latino/a educational achievement, feminist theory)
      • Francisco A. Lomeli, PhD, University of New Mexico (Chicano/a literature, Latin American literature, literary history, cultural studies, border studies, study of the Spanish language, transnationalism) Joint Appointment: Spanish and Portuguese
    • Associate Professors

      • Dolores I. Casillas, PhD, University of Michigan (U.S. Spanish-language media, radio/sound practices, immigration policy, gender, popular culture)
      • Ellie D. Hernandez, PhD, UC Berkeley (Chicana/o and Latina/o cultural production, queer theory, 20th century American literature, and transnational gender culture)
      • Chela N. Sandoval, PhD, UC Santa Cruz (cyber and millennial studies, third space feminism, critical media theory and production, oppositional consciousness and social movement)

      Assistant Professors

      • Micaela J. Diaz-Sanchez

      Emeriti

      • Yolanda J. Broyles, PhD, Stanford University

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Edwina Barvosa, PhD, Harvard University, Associate Professor (Chicana/Latina feminist thought; political philosophy; gender studies) Appointment in: Feminist Studies
      • Rudy V. Busto, PhD, UC Berkeley, Associate Professor (Chicano/Latino religions, Asian American/Pacific Islander religions, American religions) Appointment in: Religious Studies
      • Leo F. Cabranes-Grant, PhD, Harvard University, Professor (Spanish Golden Age drama and poetry, Latin American drama, Latino and Spanish drama, intercultural studies) Appointments in: Theater and Dance, Spanish and Portuguese
      • G. Reginald Daniel, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (race and ethnic relations, comparative and historical sociology, comparative race and culture) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Richard P. Duran, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (ESL; Reading education; Educational measurement; Bilingualism Educational assessment; Design and evaluation of literacy interventions for at-risk students, Educational testing; Learning; Bilingual education; Secondary education; Urban education; Educational technology; Cognitive psychology: cognition, intelligence, memory; Psychosocial development) Appointment in: Education
      • Carl Gutiérrez-Jones, PhD, Cornell University, Professor (Chicano and American literature; legal studies; Latin American studies; race and ethnic studies; science fiction; youth violence; historiography; global studies) Appointment in: English
      • George R. Lipsitz, PhD, University of Wisconsin , Professor (social movements, urban culture, inequality, race, culture, 20th-century history) Appointments in: Black Studies, Sociology
      • Claudine Michel, PhD, UC Santa Barbara, Professor (multicultural/comparative education, cross-cultural psychology, religion) Appointment in: Black Studies
      • Carlos Morton, PhD, University of Texas at Austin, Professor (playwriting, U.S. Latino Theater , Latin American theater) Appointment in: Theater and Dance
      • Victor M. Rios, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (urban ethnography, juvenile justice, Latino sociology) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Laura F. Romo, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (Adolescent development; Mother-adolescent communication; Youth and sexuality; Adolescent pregnancy prevention; Informal science/health education; Concept acquisition) Appointment in: Education
      • Denise A. Segura, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (Chicana and Chicano Studies, feminist studies, gender, family, work, race-ethnic relations, education) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Roberto D. Strongman, PhD, UC San Diego, Associate Professor (comparative Caribbean cultural studies, literature and religion of the Afro-Americas, gender and sexuality studies) Appointment in: Black Studies
      • Ines M. Talamantez, PhD, UC San Diego, Associate Professor (Native American religions) Appointment in: Religious Studies
      • Cristina Venegas, PhD, University of Southern California, Associate Professor (Latin American and Latino media, international cinema, and digital media technologies) Appointment in: Film and Media Studies
      • Howard A. Winant, PhD, UC Santa Cruz, Professor (race and racism, political sociology, comparative/historical sociology, social theory) Appointment in: Sociology
  • Classics (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Francis M. Dunn, PhD, Yale University (Greek tragedy, Greek literature and culture of the 5th century)
      • Brice L. Erickson, PhD, University of Texas, Austin (Greek archaeology, Crete, ceramic studies)
      • Helen L. Morales, PhD, Cambridge University (ancient novel, Greek myth, feminist criticism, reception)
      • Robert Morstein-Marx, PhD, UC Berkeley (Roman History, Greek history, Latin prose, historiography and rhetoric)
    • Associate Professors

      • Dorota Dutsch, PhD, McGill University (Roman comedy, theater and performance in the ancient world (and beyond), Latin language and society, gender studies)
      • Sara H. Lindheim, PhD, Brown University (Latin poetry, gender, literary theory)

      Assistant Professors

      • Emilio C. Capettini, PhD, Princeton University (Greek imperial literature, philology, reception studies, queer studies)
      • Rose MacLean, PhD, Princeton University (Latin imperial literature, ancient and modern slavery, and epigraphy)
      • Amit Shilo, PhD, New York University (Greek literature and philosophy, literary theory, political theory, religion, modernity)

      Emeriti

      • Apostolos N. Athanassakis, PhD, University of Pennsylvania
      • Alva W. Bennett, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Frances V. Hahn, PhD, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
      • Borimir Jordan, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Robert F. Renehan, PhD, Harvard University
      • Jo-Ann R. Shelton, PhD, UC Berkeley

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Elizabeth D. Digeser, PhD, UC Santa Barbara, Professor (late Roman Empire and late antiquity) Appointment in: History
      • John W. Lee, PhD, Cornell University, Associate Professor (ancient Greece and West Asia, Achaemenid Persia, history of warfare, Greek archaeology and epigraphy) Appointment in: History
      • Michael Morgan, BFA, New York University, Senior Lecturer SOE (voice) Appointment in: Theater and Dance
      • Claudia H. Moser, Assistant Professor Appointment in: History of Art and Architecture
      • Christine M. Thomas, PhD, Harvard University, Associate Professor (Ancient Mediterranean religions, early Christianity, archaeology of religions) Appointment in: Religious Studies
      • Voula Tsouna, PhD, Université de Paris X, Professor (ancient philosophy) Appointment in: Philosophy
  • College of Creative Studies (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Adebisi Agboola, PhD, Columbia University (number theory, arithmetic geometry) Joint Appointment: Mathematics
      • Clarence F. Barlow, LTCL, Trinity College (composition) Joint Appointment: Music
      • Alison Butler, PhD, UC San Diego (bio-inorganic chemistry and metallobiochemistry) Joint Appointment: Chemistry and Biochemistry
      • Jane Callister, MFA, University of Nevada, Las Vegas (critical studies/contemporary culture, impact of new bodies of knowledge on contemporary art practice and theory, painting and drawing, inter-media) Joint Appointment: Art
      • Daryl Cooper, PhD, Warwick University (geometric topology; hyperbolic geometry; group theory; projective geometry; non-standard analysis) Joint Appointment: Mathematics
      • Anthony W. de Tomaso, PhD, Washington University (cell biology, developmental biology, immunology, transplantation biology, stem cell biology, regeneration, genetics, genomics) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • Omer Egecioglu, PhD, UC San Diego (bijective and enumerative combinatorics, parallel algorithms, approximation algorithms, combinatorial algorithms) Joint Appointment: Computer Science
      • Stuart C. Feinstein, PhD, UC San Francisco (molecular cell biology and neurobiology) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • L.O. Aranye Fradenburg, PhD, University of Virginia (medieval literature; critical theory; history of the English language) Joint Appointment: English
      • Carlos J. Garcia-Cervera, PhD, New York University (calculus of variations, materials science, complex fluids, quantum chemistry, density functional theory) Joint Appointment: Mathematics
      • Birge Huisgen-Zimmerman, PhD, Ludwig Maximilians University (algebra; representation theory) Joint Appointment: Mathematics
      • William B. Jacob, PhD, Princeton University (quadratic forms, division algebras) Joint Appointment: Mathematics
      • Armand M. Kuris, PhD, UC Berkeley (parasite ecology, marine ecology, role of infectious processes in ecosystems, control of human schistosomiasis, crustacean biology) Joint Appointments: Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology
      • Suzanne J. Levine, PhD, New York University (Latin American literature, comparative literature, translation studies) Joint Appointment: Spanish and Portuguese
      • D. D. Long, PhD, Cambridge University (low-dimensional topology) Joint Appointment: Mathematics
      • David A. Low, PhD, UC Irvine (microbial biology, cellular communication, contact-dependent growth inhibition, antimicrobials, bacteriophage engineering, epigenetic regulation) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology,
      • Michael Ludkovski, PhD, Princeton University (stochastic control, optimal stopping, stochastic filtering, Monte Carlo methods. Applications in financial and insurance mathematics, decision theory and risk management.) Joint Appointment: Statistics and Applied Probability
      • John Martinis, PhD, UC Berkeley (experimental condensed matter physics) Joint Appointment: Physics
      • Jonathan P. McCammond, PhD, UC Berkeley (geometric group theory and geometric combinatorics) Joint Appointment: Mathematics
      • David R. Morrison, PhD, Harvard University (algebraic geometry and mathematical physics) Joint Appointments: Mathematics,
      • Jane L. Mulfinger, MA, Royal College of Art, London (site-specific art, sculpture and spatial studies in art, interactive art) Joint Appointment: Art
      • Marko Peljhan, Diploma, University of Ljublijana, Slovenia (interdisciplinary studies, systemics, tactical media, digital media, performance) Joint Appointment: Media Arts and Technology Program
      • Mihai Putinar, PhD, University of Bucharest (operator theory, complex analysis) Joint Appointment: Mathematics
      • Harry Reese, MFA, Brown University (print, book arts) Joint Appointment: Art
      • Curtis Roads, PhD, University of Paris VIII (music composition, microsound synthesis, graphical synthesis, sound analysis and transformation, sound spatialization, history of electronic music) Joint Appointment: Media Arts and Technology Program
      • Ram Seshadri, PhD, Indian Institute of Science (inorganic materials, preparation and magnetism of bulk solids and nonoparticles, patterned materials) Joint Appointments: Materials,
      • Joan-Emma Shea, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (theoretical biophysical chemistry) Joint Appointments: Chemistry and Biochemistry,
      • Timothy P. Sherwood, PhD, UC San Diego (computer architecture, secure processors, embedded systems, program analysis and characterization) Joint Appointment: Computer Science
      • Bruce H. Tiffney, PhD, Harvard University (evolutionary biology, botany, paleobotany, biogeography, angiosperm systematics, seed/fruit taxonomy, plant dispersal, paleoecosystem evolution, paleovertebrate-plant evolution) Joint Appointment: Earth Science
      • David Valentine, PhD, UC Irvine (interactions between microbes and the Earth system, biogeochemical cycles, ecology of Archaea) Joint Appointment: Earth Science
      • Guofang Wei, PhD, State University of New York, Stony Brook (differential geometry) Joint Appointment: Mathematics
    • Associate Professors

      • Donald H. Aue, PhD, Cornell University (physical-organic chemistry, strained-ring chemistry, gas-phase ion chemistry, computational chemistry) Joint Appointment: Chemistry and Biochemistry
      • Kathleen R. Foltz, PhD, Purdue University (cellular and molecular biology, marine invertebrate development) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • Everett A. Lipman, PhD, UC Berkeley (experimental biological physics) Joint Appointment: Physics
      • Stephen R. Proulx, PhD, University of Utah (evolutionary theory) Joint Appointments: Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology

      Senior Lecturers SOE

      • Maria Isabel Bueno Cachadina, PhD, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (linear algebra, numerical linear algebra, combinatorial matrix theory) Joint Appointment: Mathematics
      • Jeremy J. Haladyna, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (music)
      • John G. Latto, PhD, Imperial College (population and community ecology) Joint Appointments: Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology
      • Leroy E. Laverman, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (inorganic and analytical chemistry) Joint Appointment: Chemistry and Biochemistry
      • Henry Pitcher, BA, UC Santa Barbara (art)

      Lecturers SOE

      • Tengiz Bibilashvili Joint Appointment: Physics
      • Phillip T. Conrad, PhD, University of Delaware (computer science education, computer networks and communication, multimedia computing, transport protocols, web technologies) Joint Appointment: Computer Science
      • Sathya Guruswamy, PhD, University of Rochester (theoretical condensed matter physics) Joint Appointment: Physics

      Emeriti

      • Steven Allaback, PhD, University of Washington Joint Appointment: English
      • William J. Ashby, PhD, University of Michigan (linguistics) Joint Appointment: French and Italian
      • Robyn M. Bell, PhD, UC Santa Barbara
      • Gary H. Brown, MFA, University of Wisconsin, Madison Joint Appointment: Art
      • David S. Cannell, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (experimental condensed matter physics) Joint Appointment: Physics
      • Peter Cappello, PhD, Princeton University Joint Appointment: Computer Science
      • William Kraft, MA, Columbia University (composition) Joint Appointment: Music
      • Shirley G. Lim, PhD, Brandeis University Joint Appointment: English
      • Michael W. O'Connell, PhD, Yale University Joint Appointment: English
      • John M. Ridland, PhD, Claremont Graduate School Joint Appointment: English
      • Francesc S. Roig, PhD, University of Massachusetts (mathematical physics) Joint Appointment: Physics
      • Charles A. Ryavec, PhD, University of Michigan
      • Earl L. Stewart, DMA, University of Texas Joint Appointment: Black Studies
      • Robert R. Warner, PhD, UC San Diego, Scripps Joint Appointments: Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology
      • Max L. Weiss, PhD, University of Washington Joint Appointment: Mathematics
      • Adrian M. Wenner Joint Appointment: Departments no longer in service
  • Communication (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Tamara D. Afifi, PhD, University of Nebraska (family communication and interpersonal communication, divorce processes, information regulation, coping)
      • Walid A. Afifi, PhD, University of Arizona (uncertainty and information management, interpersonal and relational communication, health communication)
      • Norah E. Dunbar, PhD, University of Arizona (interpersonal communication, computer-mediated communication, deception, power in relational conflict, nonverbal communication, research methods)
      • Andrew J. Flanagin, PhD, University of Southern California (communication and information technologies, information sharing and evaluation, collective action efforts)
      • Jennifer L. Gibbs
      • Daniel G. Linz, PhD, University of Wisconsin (communication and law, race, media effects and social psychology)
      • Dana E. Mastro, PhD, Michigan State University (media and stereotyping, media and race/ethnicity, media effects, content analysis)
      • Miriam J. Metzger, PhD, University of Southern California (organizational communication, organizational socialization/assimilation, anticipatory socialization, organizational exit, organizational identification)
      • Robin L. Nabi, PhD, University of Pennsylvania (persuasion, emotion, mass media effects, health communication)
      • W. J. Potter, PhD, Indiana University (media literacy, advertising literacy, theories of media business, content, audience, and effects)
      • Scott A. Reid, PhD, University of Queensland (social and evolutionary psychology of communication within and between groups, research methods)
      • Ronald E. Rice, PhD, Stanford University (social effects of new media and telecommunications, communication networks, bibliometrics, public communication campaigns, organizational communication, diffusion of innovations)
      • Michael S. Stohl, PhD, Northwestern University (globalization, international organizations and political communication with special reference to terrorism and human rights)
      • Cynthia Stohl, PhD, Purdue University (group and organizational communication, globalization and international organizations, networks, collective action)
      • Rene Weber, PhD, University of Technology Berlin, MD RWTH University Aachen (media & audience research, media neuroscience, research methods and statistics)
    • Associate Professors

      • Jennifer A. Kam, PhD, Pennsylvania State University (interpersonal communication, parent-child communication, health communication, communicating about substance abuse, Latino/a language brokering)
      • Karen K. Myers, PhD, Arizona State University (organizational communication, organizational socialization/assimilation, vocational anticipatory socialization, organizational identification, organizational knowledge, workplace relationships, workplace emotions, Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics (STEM))

      Assistant Professors

      • Young Ji J. Kim
      • Andrew J. Merolla

      Emeriti

      • Howard Giles, PhD, University of Bristol
      • Anthony Mulac, PhD, University of Michigan (quantitative research, language studies and interpersonal communication)
      • Linda L. Putnam, PhD, University of Minnesota
      • John M. Wiemann, PhD, Purdue University (interpersonal and nonverbal behavior, communicative competence)

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Bruce Bimber, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Professor (political communication, political behavior, collective action, digital media) Appointment in: Political Science
      • Nancy L. Collins, PhD, University of Southern California, Professor (close relationships, interpersonal perception, social support, health psychology, multivariate statistics) Appointment in: Psychological and Brain Sciences
      • Noah Friedkin, PhD, University of Chicago, Professor (social psychology, social networks, mathematical sociology) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Paul M. Leonardi, PhD, Stanford University, Professor Appointment in: Technology Management Program
      • Diane M. Mackie, PhD, Princeton University, Professor (intergroup processes, persuasion, social influence, emotion, social perception) Appointment in: Psychological and Brain Sciences
      • Brenda N. Major, PhD, Purdue University, Professor (prejudice and self-esteem, coping with stress, psychology of legitimacy) Appointment in: Psychological and Brain Sciences
      • John W. Mohr, PhD, Yale University, Professor (complex organizations, culture, historical sociology, higher education, sociology of science) Appointment in: Sociology
      • David R. Seibold, PhD, Michigan State University, Professor (organizational communication, interpersonal influence, small group decision-making, innovation and technology management) Appointment in: Technology Management Program
  • Computer Science (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Divyakant Agrawal, PhD, State University of New York, Stonybrook (distributed systems and databases)
      • Kevin C. Almeroth, PhD, Georgia Institute of Technology (computer networks and protocols, large-scale multimedia systems, performance evaluation and distributed systems)
      • Elizabeth M. Belding, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (mobile wireless networking, network performance monitoring and evaluation, solutions for developing and under-developed regions, Information and Communications Technology for Development (ICTD))
      • Tevfik Bultan, PhD, University of Maryland (web software and services, dependability, concurrency, automated verification, static analysis and software engineering)
      • Omer Egecioglu, PhD, UC San Diego (bijective and enumerative combinatorics, parallel algorithms, approximation algorithms, combinatorial algorithms)
      • Amr El Abbadi, PhD, Cornell University (Information and data management; distributed systems and cloud computing)
      • Frederic G. Gibou, PhD, UC Los Angeles (High resolution multi-scale simulation, scientific computing, tools and software for computational science and engineering, engineering applications) Joint Appointment: Mechanical Engineering
      • John R. Gilbert, PhD, Stanford University (combinatorial scientific computing, tools and software for computational science and engineering, numerical linear algebra, and high performance graph algorithms)
      • Tobias H. Hollerer, PhD, Columbia University (human computer interaction; augmented reality; virtual reality; visualization; computer graphics; 3D displays and interaction; wearable and ubiquitous computing)
      • Chandra Krintz, PhD, UC San Diego (programming systems, dynamic and adaptive program analysis and optimization, Internet of Things (IOT), web services, distributed systems, cloud computing)
      • Christopher I. Kruegel, PhD, Vienna University of Technology (computer security, program analysis, operating systems, network security, malicious code analysis and detection)
      • Linda R. Petzold, PhD, University of Illinois (modeling, simulation and data analysis of multiscale systems in systems biology, engineering and medicine) Joint Appointment: Mechanical Engineering
      • Timothy P. Sherwood, PhD, UC San Diego (computer architecture, secure processors, embedded systems, program analysis and characterization)
      • Ambuj K. Singh, PhD, University of Texas (network science, cheminformatics & bioinformatics, graph querying and mining, databases) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Jianwen Su, PhD, University of Southern California (data management, business workflow management, and BPM)
      • Subhash Suri, PhD, Johns Hopkins University (algorithms, computational geometry, networked sensing, data streams, game theory)
      • Matthew A. Turk, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (computer vision and imaging, human computer interaction, augmented reality, artificial intelligence) Joint Appointment: Media Arts and Technology Program
      • Giovanni Vigna, PhD, Politecnico di Milano (computer and network security, vulnerability analysis and security testing, web security, smartphone security, cybercrime, malware detection)
      • Yuan F. Wang, PhD, University of Texas, Austin (computer vision, computer graphics; artificial intelligence)
      • Richard M. Wolski, PhD, University of California, Davis (cloud computing, high-performance distributed computing, computational grids, and computational economies for resource allocation and scheduling)
      • Xifeng Yan, PhD, University of Illinois, Urbana (data mining, data management, machine learning, bioinformatics, information networks)
      • Tao Yang, PhD, Rutgers University (parallel and distributed systems, internet search and high performance computing)
    • Associate Professors

      • Ben Hardekopf, PhD, University of Texas, Austin (programming languages: design, analysis, and implementation)
      • Wim van Dam, PhD, University of Amsterdam (theory of quantum computation) Joint Appointment: Physics

      Assistant Professors

      • Huijia Lin, PhD, Cornell University (cryptography, theory of computing, security)
      • Stefano M. Tessaro, PhD, ETH Zurich (cryptography, computer security, complexity theory, information theory)
      • William Wang, PhD, Carnegie Mellon University (machine learning, natural language processing, artificial intelligence, data science)

      Lecturers SOE

      • Phillip T. Conrad, PhD, University of Delaware (computer science education, computer networks and communication, multimedia computing, transport protocols, web technologies) Joint Appointment: College of Creative Studies

      Lecturers PSOE

      • Diba Mirza
      • Richert K. Wang Joint Appointment: College of Creative Studies

      Emeriti

      • Peter Cappello, PhD, Princeton University
      • Teofilo F. Gonzalez, PhD, University of Minnesota
      • Oscar H. Ibarra, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Richard A. Kemmerer, PhD, UC Los Angeles
      • Alan G. Konheim, PhD, Cornell University
      • Terence R. Smith, PhD, Johns Hopkins University (spatial data processing, spatial analysis, spatial databases, knowledge-based approaches to geographic information systems) Joint Appointment: Geography

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Francesco Bullo, PhD, California Institute of Technology, Professor (multi-agent networks, robotic coordination, distributed computing, vehicle routing, geometric control, motion planning) Appointment in: Mechanical Engineering
      • B S. Manjunath, PhD, University of Southern California, Professor (image processing, computer vision, pattern recognition, neural networks, learning algorithms, content based search in multimedia databases) Appointment in: Electrical and Computer Engineering
      • Yasamin C. Mostofi, PhD, Stanford University, Professor (mobile sensor networks, wireless systems, networked control systems) Appointment in: Electrical and Computer Engineering
      • Pradeep Sen, PhD, Stanford University, Associate Professor (computer graphics and imaging) Appointment in: Electrical and Computer Engineering
      • Yuan Xie, PhD, Princeton University, Professor (EDA, VLSI design, computer architecture, embedded systems, high-performance computing) Appointment in: Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Michael T. Brown, PhD, Southern Illinois University (African-American career development; Cultural factors underlying psychological processes and measurement; Self-efficacy)
      • Collie Conoley, PhD, University of Texas (Family dynamics of diverse populations; Psychosocial interventions for families; School-family partnerships and parent education; Cross-cultural counseling; Cultural influences on development; Effects of racism and classism on teaching and learning; Multicultural counseling process and outcome; Multicultural counseling training and supervision; Clinical issues for children; Counseling processes; Counselor competence with marginalized clients; Effective training and supervision of counselors and therapists; Prescriptive therapy--matching treatment to client; Victims of interpersonal teasing; Aggression and youth violence)
      • Michael J. Furlong, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (School violence and safety (prevention); Bullying assessment and prevention; Anger assessment; Strength-based assessment; Child/adolescent psychological well-being)
      • Tania Israel, PhD, Arizona State University (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT); Gender; Counseling/Psychotherapy; Mental health services)
      • Shane R. Jimerson, PhD, University of Minnesota (Early intervention and prevention behavior and academic; School violence and safety; Dropouts; Reading edcuation; Safety education; Educational psychology; Educational measurement; Elementary education; Behavior sciences: abnormal, developmental, social development)
      • Robert L. Koegel, PhD, UC Los Angeles (Autism; Behavior management; Severe behavior problems; Stress in families with children with severe disabilities; Interdisciplinary human development) Joint Appointment: Education
      • Erin Dowdy, PhD, University of Georgia (Behavioral assessment and classification particularly early identification of child behavior problems; School-based mental health; Pediatric psychology; diversity training and culturally competent treatment)
    • Associate Professors

      • Melissa Morgan Consoli, PhD, Loyola University (Resilience; Cross-cultural issues; Immigration experiences; Social justice; Subjective well-being)
      • Andres J. Consoli, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (Transnational collaborations; Multicultural supervision; Psychotherapy integration and training; Systematic treatment selection; Ethics and values in psychotherapy; Access and utilization of mental health services within a social justice framework; Bilingual (English/Spanish) academic and mental health workforce)
      • Maryam Kia-Keating, PhD, Boston University (Developmental psychopathology; Empirically support treatments; Risk and protective factors; Resilience; Culture and acculturation; Immigrant and refugee youth; Exposure to violence and trauma; Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD); Stress and coping; School-based mental health programs; Community participatory research; School, family, and community partnerships)
      • Matthew Quirk, PhD, University of Georgia (School readiness; academic assessment and intervention; academic motivation and engagement; early reading development)
      • Steven Smith, PhD, University of Arkansas (Clinical sport psychology; Health and wellness; Therapeutic models of assessment)

      Assistant Professors

      • Miya L. Barnett, PhD, Central Michigan University (Dissemination and implementation; Mental health service disparities for ethnic minority children and families; Parent-child interaction therapy)
      • Erika D. Felix, PhD, DePaul University (violence prevention; bullying; youth; school based interventions; disaster mental health; trauma; PTSD; community violence)
      • Ty W. Vernon, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (autism spectrum disorders; social development in typical and atypical populations; social intervention and measurement; assessment and diagnosis of developmental disorders; neurological and social-perceptual correlates of autism)
      • Chunyan Yang, PhD, University of Delaware (School climate; school engagement; bullying victimization; social-emotional learning; positive psychology; risk and resilience; multicultural and cross-cultural issues; school-wide prevention and intervention; school and classroom management; assessment and measurement; multi-level modeling)

      Lecturers SOE

      • Jill D. Sharkey, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (Antisocial Behavior, Juvenile Delinquency, Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, Developmental Psychopathology, Risk and Resilience, School Violence, Student Engagement, Assessment and Measurement)
      • Heidi Zetzer, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (Family Violence; Culturally competent and empirically-based treatment; Multicultural organizational development; Multicultural supervision)

      Emeriti

      • Larry E. Beutler, PhD, University of Nebraska
      • Jesus M. Casas, PhD, Stanford University
      • Merith Cosden, PhD, University of New Mexico
      • Gale Morrison, PhD, UC Riverside
  • Earth Science (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Stanley M. Awramik, PhD, Harvard University (early history of life on Earth, the early Earth system, paleobiology, astrobiology, ancient lake systems)
      • Jordan F. Clark, PhD, Columbia University (geochemistry, hydrologic sciences, environmental geology) Joint Appointment: Environmental Studies
      • John Cottle, PhD, University of Oxford (continental tectonics)
      • Bradley R. Hacker, PhD, UC Los Angeles (metamorphic petrology, structural geology, geochronology)
      • Matthew G. Jackson, PhD, MIT-WHOI Joint Program (geochemistry, marine geology, mantle geochemistry, volcanology)
      • Chen Ji, PhD, California Institute of Technology (physical processes of large earthquakes with various modern geophysical observations, broadband seismograms, high-rate GPS, radar interferometry, real-time finite fault inversion system, constraining the lateral variations of crustal structures using seismic waveform modeling techniques)
      • Edward A. Keller, PhD, Purdue University (geomorphology, hydrology, environmental geology, surface processes) Joint Appointment: Environmental Studies
      • David W. Lea, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology-Woods Hole (biogeochemistry, paleoceanography and its significance in global change problems, using metals in marine biogrenic calcite, chemical oceanography)
      • Susannah M. Porter, PhD, Harvard University (Precambrian and Cambrian geobiology and paleobiology; evolution of biomineralization; taphonomy; biostratigraphy; systematics of animal and protistan microfossils)
      • Roberta L. Rudnick, PhD, Australian National University (origin and evolution of the continents, lithium isotope geochemistry, petrology and geochemistry)
      • Frank J. Spera, PhD, UC Berkeley (igneous petrology, planetary geology, geomaterials, fluid dynamics, molecular dynamics, astronomy)
      • Toshiro Tanimoto, PhD, UC Berkeley (seismology, earth structure, plate tectonics, planets in particular Earth, environmental sciences in general)
      • Bruce H. Tiffney, PhD, Harvard University (evolutionary biology, botany, paleobotany, biogeography, angiosperm systematics, seed/fruit taxonomy, plant dispersal, paleoecosystem evolution, paleovertebrate-plant evolution)
      • David Valentine, PhD, UC Irvine (interactions between microbes and the Earth system, biogeochemical cycles, ecology of Archaea)
      • Andre Wyss, PhD, Columbia University (mammal paleontology, systematics, evolution, vertebrate paleontology)
    • Associate Professors

      • Phillip B. Gans, PhD, Stanford University (structural geology, tectonics, geochronology)
      • Lorraine E. Lisiecki, PhD, Brown University (paleoceanography, Plio-Pleistocene glacial cycles, marine isotope stratigraphy, deep-ocean circulation and carbon cycle)
      • Alexander R. Simms, PhD, Rice University (sedimentology/stratigraphy, coastal geology, Quaternary science)
      • Syee Weldeab, Dr. rer. nat., University of Tübingen (paleoclimate, paleoceanography)

      Assistant Professors

      • Zachary C. Eilon, PhD, Columbia University (seismology, tectonophysics, Earth’s deep interior, geophysical inverse theory)
      • Robin S. Matoza, PhD, UC San Diego (volcano geophysics, volcano seismology, volcano acoustics, infrasound, seismo-acoustics)

      Emeriti

      • Ralph J. Archuleta, PhD, UC San Diego, Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
      • Tanya M. Atwater, PhD, UC San Diego Scripps Institution of Oceanography
      • James R. Boles, PhD, University of Otago
      • Douglas W. Burbank, PhD, Dartmouth College
      • Cathy J. Busby, PhD, Princeton University
      • Michael J. Deniro, PhD, California Institute of Technology
      • Michael D. Fuller, PhD, Cambridge University
      • Rachel M. Haymon, PhD, Scripps Research Institute
      • Clifford A. Hopson, PhD, Johns Hopkins University
      • James P. Kennett, PhD, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
      • Bruce P. Luyendyk, PhD, UC San Diego
      • Ken C. Macdonald, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
      • James M. Mattinson, PhD, UC Santa Barbara
      • Willliam A. Prothero, PhD, UC San Diego
      • Arthur G. Sylvester, PhD, UC Los Angeles
      • Donald W. Weaver, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • William S. Wise, PhD, Johns Hopkins University

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Oliver A. Chadwick, PhD, University of Arizona, Professor (pedology, soil geomorphology, biogeochemistry, Quaternary geology, organic and mineral transformations during soil, atmosphere, water and vegetation interaction) Appointments in: Geography, Environmental Studies
      • Thomas Dunne, PhD, Johns Hopkins University, Professor (drainage basin and hillslope evolution, hydrology and floodplain sedimentation, applications of hydrology and geomorphology in environmental management) Appointment in: Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
      • Patricia A. Holden, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (pathogens in the environment, microbial ecology of pollutant degradation, soil microbiology) Appointment in: Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
      • Samuel S. Sweet, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (vertebrate systematics and evolutionary morphology; herpetology) Appointments in: Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology
  • East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Sabine Fruhstuck, PhD, University of Vienna (modern/contemporary history, ethnography, sociology, and cultural studies of Japan; power, sexuality, violence, childhood, war and military, knowledge systems)
      • John W. Nathan, PhD, Harvard University (modern fiction, theory and practice of translation; history of Japanese cinema, 17th- and 18th-century fiction, Japanese business, comparative business culture)
      • Hyung I. Pai, PhD, Harvard University (nationalism and the construction of Korean identity, museum studies & archaeological heritage management, anthropology of Korea, China and Japan-prehistory to present, tourism in East Asia, Korean history, East Asian archaeology/anthropology, heritage tourism studies)
      • Fabio Rambelli, PhD, University of Venice and Oriental University Institute, Naples (Japanese religions and intellectual history, Buddhist studies, Shinto studies; semiotics; transnational intellectual networks in East Asia) Joint Appointment: Religious Studies
      • Peter C. Sturman, PhD, Yale University (Early to modern Chinese painting and calligraphy; Japanese art) Joint Appointment: History of Art and Architecture
      • Kuo-Ch'ing Tu, PhD, Stanford University (Chinese poetry, contemporary Chinese literature, Taiwanese literature, Chinese theories of literature, Japanese poetry, comparative literature (East and West), world literatures in Chinese)
      • Mayfair Yang, PhD, UC Berkeley (anthropology, China , critical theory, media, gender, state) Joint Appointment: Religious Studies
      • Hsiao-Jung Yu, PhD, UC Berkeley (historical Chinese linguistics, syntax (language contact and its influence on Chinese language development), applied linguistics (language teaching theory and methodology focusing on Chinese), the language in vernacular Chinese literature)
    • Associate Professors

      • Ann-Elise Lewallen, PhD, University of Michigan (sociocultural anthropology, indigenous and minority communities, multiculturalism, environmental justice, cultural studies of Japan)
      • Xiaorong Li, PhD, McGill University (Chinese literature, gender and Ming-Qing literature)
      • Katherine Saltzman-Li, PhD, Stanford University (Pre-modern Japanese theatre, literature, and folklore)
      • Xiaowei Zheng, PhD, UC San Diego (political and social history of China, political culture of China) Joint Appointment: History

      Assistant Professors

      • William D. Fleming, PhD, Harvard University (early modern Japanese literature, theater, and cultural history; reception of Chinese literature in Japan; history of the book in East Asia)
      • Thomas J. Mazanec
      • Dominic E. Steavu-Balint, PhD, Stanford University (Chinese religions, Chinese Buddhism, Daoism, history of technology) Joint Appointment: Religious Studies

      Emeriti

      • Ronald C. Egan, PhD, Harvard University (Chinese literature, aesthetics)
      • Allan G. Grapard, PhD, National Institute for Oriental Languages and Civilizations, Paris (medieval Japanese religion)
      • Haruko Iwasaki, PhD, Harvard University (18th-century Japanese popular literature)
      • Tomiko Narahara, PhD, Harvard University (Japanese linguistics)
      • William Powell, PhD, UC Berkeley (history of religions — China) Joint Appointment: Religious Studies

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Jose I. Cabezon, PhD, University of Wisconsin , Professor (Tibetan Buddhism, Indo-Tibetan Buddhist philosophy, Buddhism and popular culture, sexuality and gender studies, theoretical issues in the study of Tibet) Appointment in: Religious Studies
      • Laurie A. Freeman, PhD, UC Berkeley, Associate Professor (comparative politics, Japan) Appointment in: Political Science
      • Yunte Huang, PhD, State University of New York, Professor (Asian-American literature, American modernism, 20thh-century American poetry, trans-Pacific literature) Appointment in: English
      • Kate L. McDonald, PhD, UC San Diego, Assistant Professor (modern Japan, cultural history of mobility, history of technology) Appointment in: History
      • David E. Novak, PhD, Columbia University, Associate Professor (ethnomusicology) Appointment in: Music
      • Luke S. Roberts, PhD, Princeton University, Professor (Japan - 1550 to 1880) Appointment in: History
      • Bhaskar Sarkar, PhD, University of Southern California, Associate Professor (globalization and culture, post-colonial media theory, Indian cinema, Chinese cinema, trauma and history, risk cultures) Appointment in: Film and Media Studies
      • Paul R. Spickard, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (history; race; ethnicity; immigration; Asian American; African American; interracial marriage; multiracial; identity; global) Appointment in: History
      • Peter C. Sturman, PhD, Yale University, Professor (Early to modern Chinese painting and calligraphy; Japanese art) Appointments in: History of Art and Architecture, East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies
      • Miriam Wattles, PhD, New York University , Associate Professor (Early modern and modern Japanese visual culture: illustrated books and print culture, ukiyo-e woodblock prints, painting, calligraphy) Appointment in: History of Art and Architecture
      • Naoki Yamamoto, PhD, Yale University, Assistant Professor (Film and Media Theory, Japanese Film Theory, Japanese Cultural and Visual Studies, Asian Cinemas) Appointment in: Film and Media Studies
      • Xiaojian Zhao, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (United States history, Asian American history, gender, and immigration) Appointment in: Asian American Studies
  • Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Cheryl J. Briggs, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (theoretical ecology and systems biology) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Mark A. Brzezinski, PhD, Oregon State University (biological oceanogra­phy)
      • Craig A. Carlson, PhD, University of Maryland (marine microbial ecology)
      • Carla M. D'Antonio, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (plant and ecosystem ecology, management of wildlands, impacts and concerns regarding invasive species, species effects on ecosystem processes, restoration ecology) Joint Appointment: Environmental Studies
      • Steven Gaines, PhD, Oregon State University (marine ecology and conservation, consequences of climate change, biostatistics)
      • Scott A. Hodges, PhD, UC Berkeley (plant evolutionary biology, molecular approaches to population biology, ecological genetics, and systematics)
      • Gretchen E. Hofmann, PhD, University of Colorado (physiological and ecological responses of marine organisms to environmental change)
      • Sally J. Holbrook, PhD, UC Berkeley (community ecology, marine vertebrate predation and competition)
      • Maria D. Iglesias-Rodriguez, PhD, Swansea University (mechanisms controlling diversity, function and resilience in marine biota)
      • Armand M. Kuris, PhD, UC Berkeley (parasite ecology, marine ecology, role of infectious processes in ecosystems, control of human schistosomiasis, crustacean biology)
      • Sally Macintyre, PhD, Duke University (physical-biological coupling; physical limnology and oceanography with particular emphasis on turbulence and its implications for the biogeochemistry of aquatic ecosystems; tropical, temperate and arctic lakes; flow and ecosystem dynamics in kelp forests)
      • Susan J. Mazer, PhD, UC Davis (evolutionary biology, plant ecology and evolution, mating system evolution, evolutionary quantitative genetics, comparative ecology, plant reproductive biology)
      • John M. Melack, PhD, Duke University (ecology of inland waters, biogeochemistry, remote sensing, environmental science and management) Joint Appointment: Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
      • Todd H. Oakley, PhD, Duke University (macroevolutionary biology)
      • William R. Rice, PhD, Oregon State University (evolution, genetics, biometry, biological statistics)
      • Joshua P. Schimel, PhD, UC Berkeley (microbial ecology; soil biology; ecosystem ecology) Joint Appointment: Environmental Studies
      • Russell J. Schmitt, PhD, UC Los Angeles (marine community ecology and population)
      • Samuel S. Sweet, PhD, UC Berkeley (vertebrate systematics and evolutionary morphology; herpetology)
    • Associate Professors

      • Deron E. Burkepile, PhD, Georgia Institute of Technology (ecology of communities and ecosystems)
      • Stephen R. Proulx, PhD, University of Utah (evolutionary theory)
      • Jonathan N. Pruitt, PhD, University of Tennessee (animal personality, social evolution, collective behavior, species interactions)
      • Thomas L. Turner, PhD, UC Davis (population and quantitative genetics, genetic basis of adaptation and speciation, functional analysis of natural variation, systems biology of adaptation)
      • Hillary S. Young, PhD, Stanford University (community ecology)

      Assistant Professors

      • Erika J. Eliason Parsons, PhD, University of British Columbia (Ecological & Evolutionary Physiology, Marine Biology, Zoology)
      • Douglas J. McCauley, PhD, Stanford University, Biology/Hopkins Marine Station (understanding the ecology of communities and ecosystems in a rapidly changing world)
      • Holly V. Moeller, PhD, Stanford University (Biological Oceanography, Microbial Ecology, Population and Community Ecology)
      • Ryoko Oono, PhD, University of Minnesota (plant-microbe interactions)
      • Alyson E. Santoro, PhD, Stanford University (Biological Oceanography, Ecosystem Ecology, Evolutionary Ecology, Microbial Ecology, Population and Community Ecology)
      • Adrian C. Stier, PhD, University of Florida (Aquatic Biology, Ecology, Marine Biology, Population and Community Ecology)
      • Elizabeth G. Wilbanks, PhD, UC Davis (Quantitative Biology, Marine Science, Microbial ecology & Evolution, and Molecular Biology, Marine genomics)

      Senior Lecturers SOE

      • Thomas J. Even, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (population and community ecology, river ecology, predator-prey interactions, science education)
      • John G. Latto, PhD, Imperial College (population and community ecology) Joint Appointment: College of Creative Studies

      Emeriti

      • Alice L. Alldredge, PhD, UC Davis (biological oceanography; ecology of marine plankton; marine particulate matter; carbon cycling)
      • Daniel Botkin, PhD, Rutgers University (ecology)
      • David J. Chapman, PhD, Scripps Research Institute (physiology, biochemical evolution, phycology, marine biology)
      • James J. Childress, PhD, Stanford University (ecological physiology)
      • Peter M. Collins, PhD, University of London (endocrinology)
      • Joseph H. Connell, PhD, Glasgow (population ecology)
      • Scott D. Cooper, PhD, University of Wisconsin
      • John A. Endler (evolution and ecology of animal color patterns; vision and morphology)
      • William N. Holmes, PhD, Liverpool
      • Bruce E. Mahall, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • William W. Murdoch, PhD, University of Oxford (population ecology; regulation of populations; predator-prey relationships)
      • Roger M. Nisbet, PhD, University of St. Andrews
      • Barbara L. Prezelin, PhD, UC San Diego, Scripps
      • Omer J. Reichman, PhD, Northern Arizona University (ecology; animal behavior)
      • Stephen I. Rothstein, PhD, Yale University
      • Allan Stewart-Oaten, PhD, Michigan State University (sampling; experimental design and statistical analysis; mathematical modeling; applied ecology; assessment of environmental impact and risk)
      • Raul K. Suarez, PhD, University of British Columbia
      • Robert Trench, PhD, UC Los Angeles (coral reef biology)
      • Robert R. Warner, PhD, UC San Diego, Scripps

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Stanley M. Awramik, PhD, Harvard University, Professor (early history of life on Earth, the early Earth system, paleobiology, astrobiology, ancient lake systems) Appointment in: Earth Science
      • Anthony W. de Tomaso, PhD, Washington University, Professor (cell biology, developmental biology, immunology, transplantation biology, stem cell biology, regeneration, genetics, genomics) Appointments in: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • Patricia A. Holden, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (pathogens in the environment, microbial ecology of pollutant degradation, soil microbiology) Appointment in: Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
      • Bruce E. Kendall, PhD, University of Arizona, Professor (quantitative ecology; conservation biology; nonlinear dynamics; stochastic modeling; population ecology; spatial processes) Appointment in: Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
      • Joel H. Rothman, PhD, University of Oregon, Professor (biochemical and genetic studies of cellular differentiation and reprogramming; regulation of cell signaling, proliferation, and death) Appointments in: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • David A. Siegel, PhD, University of Southern California, Professor (interdisciplinary marine science, coupling of physical, biological, optical and biogeochemical marine processes on micro to ocean basin scales using satellite remote sensing, field observations and numerical modeling) Appointment in: Geography
      • William Smith, PhD, UC Santa Cruz , Professor (developmental biology of marine invertebrate chordates) Appointments in: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Bruce H. Tiffney, PhD, Harvard University, Professor (evolutionary biology, botany, paleobotany, biogeography, angiosperm systematics, seed/fruit taxonomy, plant dispersal, paleoecosystem evolution, paleovertebrate-plant evolution) Appointment in: Earth Science
      • David Valentine, PhD, UC Irvine, Professor (interactions between microbes and the Earth system, biogeochemical cycles, ecology of Archaea) Appointment in: Earth Science
  • Economics (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Kelly L. Bedard, PhD, Queens University (labor economics, economics of education, health economics)
      • Theodore C. Bergstrom, PhD, Stanford University (microeconomic theory, public economics; evolutionary economics)
      • Henning Bohn, PhD, Stanford University (macroeconomics, fiscal and monetary policy, public economics, international economics)
      • Gary B. Charness, PhD, UC Berkeley (experimental and behavioral economics, game theory, labor economics)
      • William S. Comanor, PhD, Harvard University (applied microeconomics, industrial organization, public policy)
      • Olivier Deschenes, PhD, Princeton University (labor economics, applied econometrics, econometrics)
      • Harry E. Frech, PhD, UC Los Angeles (industrial organization, antitrust, regulation, economics of uncertainty, applied microeconomics, health economics, law and economics) Joint Appointment: Technology Management Program
      • Rodney J. Garratt, PhD, Cornell University (game theory, public economics, banking, experimental economics)
      • Peter J. Kuhn, PhD, McMaster University (labor economics, including trade unions, discrimination, immigration, displaced workers, unemployment, employment contracts, comparative labor markets,effects of information technology on labor markets)
      • Finn E. Kydland, PhD, Carnegie Mellon University (macroeconomics, international and monetary economics and game theory, economic growth)
      • Gary D. Libecap, PhD, University of Pennsylvania (economics, economic history, corporate environmental management, property rights, economics and law, natural resource economics) Joint Appointment: Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
      • Shelly J. Lundberg, PhD, Northwestern University (labor economics, economic demography)
      • Ryan D. Oprea, PhD, George Mason University (experimental economics, behavioral economics, applied theory)
      • Cheng-Zhong Qin, PhD, University of Iowa (cooperative game theory, microeconomics)
      • Peter Rupert, PhD, University of Rochester (macroeconomics, labor economics, housing and household economics)
      • Richard Startz, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (econometrics, macroeconomics)
      • Douglas G. Steigerwald, PhD, UC Berkeley (econometrics, statistics, applied microeconomics)
      • Charles Stuart, PhD, Lund University (law and economics, public finance, economic theory)
    • Associate Professors

      • Javier A. Birchenall, PhD, University of Chicago (growth and development, population economics, labor economics, economics history)
      • Ignacio Esponda
      • Heather N. Royer, PhD, UC Berkeley (labor, health economics)

      Assistant Professors

      • Clement de Chaisemartin, PhD, Paris School of Economics
      • Kyle C. Meng, PhD, Columbia University (economics, climate change) Joint Appointment: Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
      • Emanuel I. Vespa, PhD, New York University (behavioral economics, public economics)
      • Sevgi Yuksel, PhD, New York University

      Emeriti

      • Robert T. Deacon, PhD, University of Washington
      • Stephen DeCanio, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
      • Charles D. Kolstad, PhD, Stanford University (environmental economics) Joint Appointment: Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
      • Clement G. Krouse, PhD, UC Los Angeles
      • Stephen F. Leroy, PhD, University of Pennsylvania
      • John M. Marshall, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
      • Rajnish Mehra, PhD, Carnegie-Mellon University
      • Lloyd J. Mercer, PhD, University of Washington
      • W D. Morgan, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Mary Nisbet, PhD, Glasgow University
      • John Pippenger, PhD, UC Los Angeles
      • Jati Sengupta, PhD, Iowa State University
      • Perry Shapiro, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Jon Sonstelie, PhD, Northwestern University
      • Harold L. Votey Jr, PhD, UC Berkeley

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Benjamin J. Cohen, PhD, Columbia University, Professor (international relations, international political economy) Appointment in: Political Science
      • Christopher J. Costello, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (environmental and resource economics) Appointment in: Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
      • Andrew Plantinga, PhD, University of California, Berkeley, Professor (natural resource economics and policy) Appointment in: Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
  • Education (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Charles Bazerman, PhD, Brandeis University (Teaching of writing; English education; Literacy; Language arts; Writing across the curriculum; Higher education writing; Composition; Writing)
      • Julie A. Bianchini, PhD, Stanford University (Science education; Teacher education and professional development; Educational equity)
      • Mary E. Brenner, PhD, UC Irvine (Mathematics education; Multicultural education; Educational equity; After school, out of school education; Teaching methods; International education; Comparative education; School community relations)
      • Dorothy M. Chun, PhD, UC Berkeley (Second language acquisition, intonation (the melody and rhythm of language), computer-mediated communication for language learning, and learning and teaching with digital media)
      • Sharon Conley, PhD, University of Michigan (Educational administration; School organization)
      • Jenny Cook-Gumperz, PhD, London University (Educational sociolinguistics; literacy as social process; socialization theory; language socialization, acquisition of communicative competence and gender; qualitative methods in Education)
      • Richard P. Duran, PhD, UC Berkeley (ESL; Reading education; Educational measurement; Bilingualism Educational assessment; Design and evaluation of literacy interventions for at-risk students, Educational testing; Learning; Bilingual education; Secondary education; Urban education; Educational technology; Cognitive psychology: cognition, intelligence, memory; Psychosocial development)
      • Hsiu-Zu Ho, PhD, University of Colorado (Comparative education; Mathematics education; Multicultural education; Educational psychology; Early childhood education; Child development)
      • Robert L. Koegel, PhD, UC Los Angeles (Autism; Behavior management; Severe behavior problems; Stress in families with children with severe disabilities; Interdisciplinary human development) Joint Appointments: Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology
      • Amelia Kyratzis, PhD, City University of New York (language development; bilingual language development; language socialization; socialization of gender and bilingual practices in children’s peer interactions; children’s narrative and emergent literacy)
      • Jin Sook Lee, PhD, Stanford University (Bilingualism; Heritage language maintenance; ESL; Second/foreign language acquisition and education; Multicultural education)
      • George A. Marcoulides, PhD, UC Los Angeles (Advanced multivariate statistics; Automated specification searches; Computational algorithms (Ant Colony, Genetic, Tabu search); Data mining techniques; Design optimization issues; Longitudinal modeling; Measurement and assessment; Psychometric theory; Structural equation modeling (SEM))
      • Jeffrey F. Milem, PhD, UC Los Angeles (the ways in which colleges and universities can be organized to enhance equity, access, and success for all students; the racial context within higher education; and the relationship between how colleges and universities organize themselves and student outcomes and faculty role performance)
      • Yukari Okamoto, PhD, Stanford University (Cognitive development; Cognitive psychology; Cross-national, cross-cultural comparisons of teaching and learning outcomes; Development of numerical, scientific and spatial understandings; Early childhood education; Mathematical cognition; Problem solving; Promoting female participation in mathematics, science and technology; Theories of the mind)
      • Laura F. Romo, PhD, UC Los Angeles (Adolescent development; Mother-adolescent communication; Youth and sexuality; Adolescent pregnancy prevention; Informal science/health education; Concept acquisition)
      • George H. Singer, PhD, University of Oregon (Children and youth with severe disabilities and their families; Behavioral parent training; Psychosocial interventions for families; History and disability; Social policy and families; Parent self-help and advocacy; Family-school relations; Distance learning)
      • Mian Wang, PhD, University of Kansas (Child and family outcomes of early childhood services; Atypical child development; Family-professional partnership; Positive behavioral support in cultural context; Disability policy)
    • Associate Professors

      • Hunter S. Gehlbach, PhD, Stanford University (Adolescence; Bias; Field experiments; Motivation; Social perspective taking; Social psychology in education; Survey design; Teacher student relationships)
      • Karen L. Gibson, PhD, UC Los Angeles (Latent Variable Modeling; Mixture Modeling; Quantitative Methods; Structural Equation Modeling; Latent Transition Analysis; Statistics Education; Peer Victimization; Developmental Research; Assessment and Measurement; Prevention Science)
      • Michael A. Gottfried, PhD, University of Pennsylvania (economics of education; education policy; causal inferential designs; STEM; peer effects; attendance and truancy; use of large-scale datasets)
      • Danielle B. Harlow, PhD, University of Colorado (Science education; Pedagogical and content preparation of teachers; Physics education research; Classroom science discourse)

      Assistant Professors

      • Diana J. Arya, PhD, UC Berkeley (Language and literacies across the disciplines; Narrative studies; International education; Science literacy; Discourse as collaboration; Constructing assessments and measures)
      • Andrew E. Maul, PhD, UC Berkeley (Measurement; Philosophy of Science; Research Methodology; Test Validity; Rasch Modeling; Item Response Theory; Positive Psychology; Measurement of Affective Attributes (e.g., perseverance, passion, self-control))
      • Rebeca M. Rios, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (Adolescent Development; Academic Motivation; Educational Expectations; Teacher Perceptions; Parent-Child Interactions Biography)
      • Sarah A. Roberts, PhD, University of Colorado, Boulder (Mathematics Education; Teacher Education and Professional Development; Educational Equity)

      Senior Lecturers SOE

      • Jason D. Duque, PhD, Stanford University (Teacher education; Educational philosophy; Educational equity; Learning; Anthropology; Social interaction; Social relations)

      Lecturers SOE

      • Tim J. Dewar, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (Teacher education and professional development; Writing instruction and assessment; Literacy practices)
      • Susan K. Johnson, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Teacher education; Conceptual models; Nature of science; Science math initiatives)
      • Christopher M. Ograin, PhD, UC Irvine (Mathematics education; Teacher education and professional development) Joint Appointment: Mathematics
      • Tine F. Sloan, PhD, UC Los Angeles (Teacher knowledge and practice in a context of reform; Assessment and evaluation of teaching practice; Integrating assessment of students’ developing cognitions with instructional practice; Socio-cultural influences of cognitive development; Social and cognitive developmental variables influencing children’s understandings in mathematics)

      Lecturers PSOE

      • Andrew M. Fedders, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (inclusion, behavioral interventions, induction and professional development for special education teachers, evidence-based practices, systematic instruction, teacher education, beginning teacher supports, and the use of technology in teaching learning)

      Emeriti

      • Sheridan D. Blau, PhD, Brandeis University Joint Appointment: English
      • James Block, PhD, University of Chicago
      • Norman J. Boyan, EdD, Harvard University
      • Willis D. Copeland, PhD, University of Notre Dame
      • John W. Cotton, PhD, Indiana University Joint Appointment: Psychological and Brain Sciences
      • Carol N. Dixon, PhD, University of Delaware (Classroom literacy; Second language instruction; Ethnography and discourse processes in the classroom; Language interaction and social organization)
      • Michael M. Gerber, PhD, University of Virginia
      • Naftaly S. Glasman, PhD, UC Berkeley (Educational executive program; International education; Political science; Educational administration)
      • Judith L. Green, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Cynthia Hudley, PhD, UC Los Angeles (Educational psychology; Minority education; Urban education; Child development; Adolescent development; Social development; Childhood aggression; Youth violence; Achievement motivation; Middle school; College prep; Secondary data analysis)
      • Susan Neufeldt, PhD, UC Santa Barbara
      • Russell W. Rumberger, PhD, Stanford University
      • Melvyn I. Semmel, EdD, Peabody College, Vanderbilt University
      • Julian Weissglass, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison
      • Jules M. Zimmer, EdD, Arizona State University
      • Rebecca Zwick, PhD, UC Berkeley

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Linda Adler-Kassner, PhD, University of Minnesota, Professor (writing program administration; public policy and writing instruction; representations of writing and teaching; theories of writing and communication; writing studies; history/historiography of education and writing; writing pedagogy) Appointment in: Writing Program
      • Mary Bucholtz, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (sociocultural linguistics; language and identity; American English and Spanish) Appointment in: Linguistics
      • Karen J. Lunsford, PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Associate Professor (writing across the curriculum and in the disciplines (WAC/WID); argumentation; computers and writing; international writing programs; writing studies; library and information science; collaboration) Appointment in: Writing Program
      • Richard Mayer, PhD, University of Michigan, Professor (human learning, problem-solving, educational psychology, human-computer interaction, multimedia learning, mathematical and scientific reasoning) Appointment in: Psychological and Brain Sciences
      • Claudine Michel, PhD, UC Santa Barbara, Professor (multicultural/comparative education, cross-cultural psychology, religion) Appointment in: Black Studies
      • Petra Van Koppen, PhD, UC Santa Barbara, Senior Lecturer SOE (physical chemistry) Appointment in: Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Rod C. Alferness, PhD, University of Michigan (integrated optoelectronics, optical switching technology and switched optical networks)
      • Kaustav Banerjee, PhD, UC Berkeley (carbon electronics; circuits and systems issues in emerging nanoelectronics; nanometer scale VLSI; ultra energy-efficient electronics and energy storage/harvesting using nanomaterials)
      • Daniel J. Blumenthal, PhD, University of Colorado (fiber-optic networks, wavelength and subcarrier division multiplexing, photonic packet switching, signal processing in semiconductor optical devices, wavelength conversion, microwave photonics)
      • John E. Bowers, PhD, Stanford University (energy efficiency, optical devices and networks; silicon photonics, thermoelectrics, photovoltaics) Joint Appointments: Materials,
      • Forrest Brewer, PhD, University of Illinois (low power VLSI and computer system design automation, low power, high bandwidth embedded systems, VLSI design in radiation and adverse environments)
      • James F. Buckwalter, PhD, California Institute of Technology (RF and millimeter-wave integrated circuits and systems, optoelectronic integrated circuits, energy-efficient circuits, CMOS and III-V integrated circuit processes)
      • Shivkumar Chandrasekaran, PhD, Yale University (numerical analysis, numerical linear algebra; scientific computation)
      • Nadir Dagli, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (design, fabrication, and modeling of photonic integrated circuits, ultrafast electrooptic modulators, solid state microwave and millimeter wave devices; experimental study of ballistic transport in quantum confined structures)
      • Steven P. Denbaars, PhD, University of Southern California (metalorganic chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD) of semiconductors, IR to blue lasers and LEDs, high power electronic materials and devices) Joint Appointment: Materials
      • Jerry D. Gibson, PhD, Southern Methodist University (data, speech, image, and video compression, multimedia over networks, wireless communications, information theory, and digital signal processing)
      • Joao P. Hespanha, PhD, Yale University (switching and logic in control systems, coordination and control of groups of unmanned air vehicles (UAVs), distributed control over communication networks (aka networked control systems), modeling and control of communication networks, control of robots using machine vision, and stochastic modeling in biology)
      • Hua Lee, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (signal analysis and image processing; imaging system design and analysis; high resolution imaging algorithms; medical ultrasound devices; synthetic-aperture radar and sonar systems; acoustic microscopy; microwave nondestructive evaluation; tera-hertz imaging; underwater acoustic sensing and communication; MIMO radar networks; dynamic vision systems)
      • Upamanyu Madhow, PhD, University of Illinois, Urbana (wireless communication, signal processing, networking)
      • B S. Manjunath, PhD, University of Southern California (image processing, computer vision, pattern recognition, neural networks, learning algorithms, content based search in multimedia databases)
      • Umesh Mishra, PhD, Cornell University (high-speed transistors, semiconductor device physics, quantum electronics, wide band gap materials and devices, design and fabrication of millimeter-wave devices, in situ processing and integration techniques)
      • Yasamin C. Mostofi, PhD, Stanford University (mobile sensor networks, wireless systems, networked control systems)
      • Christopher J. Palmstrom, PhD, Leeds University (atomic level control of interfacial phenomena, in-situ STM, surface and thin film analysis, metallization of semiconductors, dissimilar materials epitaxial growth, molecular beam and chemical beam epitaxial growth of metallic compounds) Joint Appointment: Materials
      • Behrooz Parhami, PhD, UC Los Angeles (parallel architectures and algorithms, computer arithmetic, computer design, dependable and fault-tolerant computing)
      • Mark J. Rodwell, PhD, Stanford University (nm scale transistors, high frequency transistors, high frequency integrated circuit design, electronics beyond 100 GHz)
      • Kenneth Rose, PhD, California Institute of Technology (information theory, signal compression; source channel coding; pattern recognition)
      • Clint L. Schow, PhD, University of Texas (Optoelectronic/Electronic Co-Design and Integration, Equalization Techniques for High-Speed Optical Links, Photonic Switching, Optoelectronic Devices, Integrated Transceiver Packaging)
      • Dmitri B. Strukov, PhD, Stony Brook University (hybrid circuits, nanoelectronics, resistance switching devices, memristors, digital memories, programmable circuits, bio-inspired computing)
      • Andrew R. Teel, PhD, UC Berkeley (control theory, control design and analysis for nonlinear and hybrid dynamical systems)
      • Luke S. Theogarajan, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (low-power analog VLSI, biomimetic nanosystems, neural prostheses, biosensors, block co-polymer synthesis, self-assembly, and microfabrication)
      • Li-Chung Wang, PhD, University of Texas, Austin (design verification, testing, computer-aided design of microprocessors)
      • Yuan Xie, PhD, Princeton University (EDA, VLSI design, computer architecture, embedded systems, high-performance computing)
      • Robert A. York, PhD, Cornell University (high-power/high-frequency devices and circuits, quasi-optics, antennas, electromagnetic theory, nonlinear circuits and dynamics, microwave photonics) Joint Appointment: Technology Management Program
    • Associate Professors

      • Katherine A. Byl, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (robotics, autonomous systems, dynamics, control, manipulation, locomotion, machine learning)
      • Jonathan Klamkin, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (Integrated Photonics, Silicon Photonics, Optical Communications, Nanophotonics, Microwave Photonics, Compound Semiconductors, Photonic Integration Techniques, Electronic-photonic Integration)
      • Jason R. Marden, PhD, UC Los Angeles (Feedback Control and Systems Theory; Game Theoretic Methods for Coordination of Large Scale Distributed Systems; Application to Distributed Traffic Routing, Dynamic Resource Allocation, Queueing Systems, and Sensor Networks)
      • Pradeep Sen, PhD, Stanford University (computer graphics and imaging)

      Assistant Professors

      • Mahnoosh Alizadeh
      • Ramtin Pedarsani
      • Jon A. Schuller, PhD, Stanford University (nanophotonics, organic optoelectronics, plasmonics, metamaterials)
      • Yon Visell, PhD, McGill University (Haptics, robotics, sensors, virtual reality, interactive technologies) Joint Appointment: Media Arts and Technology Program

      Lecturers SOE

      • Ilan Ben-Yaacov

      Lecturers PSOE

      • Yogananda R. Isukapalli

      Emeriti

      • Steve E. Butner, PhD, Stanford University
      • Kwang-Ting Tim Cheng, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Larry Coldren, PhD, Stanford University Joint Appointment: Materials
      • Jorge Fontana, PhD, Stanford University
      • Allen Gersho, PhD, Cornell University
      • Arthur Gossard, PhD, UC Berkeley Joint Appointment: Materials
      • Glenn R. Heidbreder, D Eng, Yale University
      • Evelyn Hu, PhD, Columbia University Joint Appointment: Materials
      • Ronald A. Iltis, PhD, UC San Diego
      • Petar V. Kokotovic, PhD, USSR Academy of Sciences
      • Herbert Kroemer, PhD, University of Göttingen, Germany Joint Appointment: Materials
      • Stephen I. Long, PhD, Cornell University
      • Malgorzata Marek-Sadowska, PhD, Warsaw University of Technology
      • George L. Matthaei, PhD, Stanford University
      • P. Michael Melliar-Smith, PhD, University of London
      • James Merz, PhD, Harvard University
      • Sanjit K. Mitra, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Louise E. Moser, PhD, University of Wisconsin
      • Venkatesh Narayanamurti, PhD, Cornell University
      • Pierre M. Petroff, PhD, UC Berkeley Joint Appointment: Materials
      • Ian Rhodes, PhD, Stanford University
      • John J. Shynk, PhD, Stanford University
      • Pochi Yeh, PhD, California Institute of Technology

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Bassam A. Bamieh, PhD, Rice University, Professor (dynamic systems, controls, and robotics) Appointment in: Mechanical Engineering
      • Elizabeth M. Belding, PhD, UC Santa Barbara, Professor (mobile wireless networking, network performance monitoring and evaluation, solutions for developing and under-developed regions, Information and Communications Technology for Development (ICTD)) Appointment in: Computer Science
      • Francesco Bullo, PhD, California Institute of Technology, Professor (multi-agent networks, robotic coordination, distributed computing, vehicle routing, geometric control, motion planning) Appointment in: Mechanical Engineering
      • Chandra Krintz, PhD, UC San Diego, Professor (programming systems, dynamic and adaptive program analysis and optimization, Internet of Things (IOT), web services, distributed systems, cloud computing) Appointment in: Computer Science
      • Eric W. McFarland, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Professor (energy production, catalysis, reaction engineering, photoelectrocatalysis and photovoltaic energy conversion) Appointment in: Chemical Engineering
      • Kunal Mukherjee, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Assistant Professor (growth and electronic properties of compound semiconductors for optoelectronic, imaging, and energy conversion devices) Appointment in: Materials
      • Shuji Nakamura, PhD, University of Tokushima , Professor (gallium nitride, blue lasers, white LEDs, solid state illumination, bulk GaN substrates) Appointment in: Materials
      • Timothy P. Sherwood, PhD, UC San Diego, Professor (computer architecture, secure processors, embedded systems, program analysis and characterization) Appointment in: Computer Science
      • Matthew A. Turk, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Professor (computer vision and imaging, human computer interaction, augmented reality, artificial intelligence) Appointments in: Computer Science, Media Arts and Technology Program
      • William Wang, PhD, Carnegie Mellon University, Assistant Professor (machine learning, natural language processing, artificial intelligence, data science) Appointment in: Computer Science
  • English (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Bernadette D. Andrea
      • Maurizia Boscagli, PhD, Brown University (gender studies, modern literature)
      • Julie A. Carlson, PhD, University of Chicago (British romantic literature, theater studies, trauma studies, imagination and social justice)
      • Andrew E. Duffy, PhD, Harvard University (English literature, post-colonial literature, Irish literature)
      • L.O. Aranye Fradenburg, PhD, University of Virginia (medieval literature; critical theory; history of the English language)
      • M. P. Fumerton, PhD, Stanford University (Renaissance literature and culture)
      • Bishnupriya Ghosh, PhD, Northwestern University (global media theory, 20th-century British and postcolonial literatures, gender and sexuality studies) Joint Appointment: Global Studies
      • Giles B. Gunn, PhD, University of Chicago (American literary history, global theory and culture, global ethics, religion and literature studies) Joint Appointment: Global Studies
      • Carl Gutiérrez-Jones, PhD, Cornell University (Chicano and American literature; legal studies; Latin American studies; race and ethnic studies; science fiction; youth violence; historiography; global studies)
      • Kenneth C. Hiltner, PhD, Harvard University (literary theory, Renaissance literature, literature and the environment)
      • Yunte Huang, PhD, State University of New York (Asian-American literature, American modernism, 20thh-century American poetry, trans-Pacific literature)
      • Alan Y. Liu, PhD, Stanford University (Romantic literature, literary theory, literature and information culture)
      • David B. Marshall, PhD, Johns Hopkins University (18th-century fiction and aesthetics; narrative theory; Shakespeare; lyric poetry; autobiography; philosophy and literature)
      • Cherrie L. Moraga
      • Christopher J. Newfield, PhD, Cornell University (American Literature; business culture, California culture; higher education funding and policy)
      • Ben V. Olguin
      • Candace J. Waid, PhD, Yale University (American Literature, 19th- and 20-century, Southern literature; African-American literature)
      • William B. Warner, PhD, Johns Hopkins University (18th-century novel; critical theory; cultural studies; law and literature, media studies)
      • Kay Young, PhD, Harvard University (the 19th-century English novel, film, literature and the mind, psychoanalysis, comedy)
    • Associate Professors

      • Stephanie L. Batiste, PhD, George Washington University (performance studies, Black cultural studies, critical race theory, African American literature) Joint Appointment: Black Studies
      • Heather F. Blurton, PhD, Columbia University (High Middle Ages)
      • Janis M. Caldwell, PhD, University of Washington (Victorian culture and literature, relationship between 19th-century British literature and medicine)
      • Elizabeth Heckendorn Cook, PhD, Stanford University (18th-century British literature and culture)
      • Jeannine M. DeLombard, PhD, University of Pennsylvania (19thC American Literature, Slavery Studies, Law and Literature)
      • James J. Kearney, PhD, University of Pennsylvania (English Renaissance, Shakespeare)
      • Mark J. Maslan, PhD, UC Berkeley (American literature; contemporary literature in English; literary theory; Jewish studies)
      • Rita M. Raley, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (digital humanities, new media, electronic literature, contemporary cultural studies, Global English, 20th-21st century Anglophone literature)
      • Russell E. Samolsky, PhD, University of Colorado (convergence of postcolonial discourse, modernism, and Jewish studies)
      • Teresa J. Shewry, PhD, Duke University (Anglophone literatures, literature and environment)

      Assistant Professors

      • Felice D. Blake, PhD, University of California, Santa Cruz (African American Literature, gender and sexuality studies)
      • Jeremy H. Douglass, PhD, University of California, Santa Barbara (Literature and Technology, Digital Humanities)
      • Andrew Griffin, PhD, McMaster University (early modern drama, early modern historiography)
      • Melody C. Jue
      • Rachael S. King
      • Sowon Park
      • Swati Rana, PhD, University of California, Berkeley (American Multiethnic Literature)
      • Glyn P. Salton-Cox, PhD, Yale University (Modernist Literature, Marxist theory, gender and sexuality Studies)

      Emeriti

      • H. P. Abbott, PhD, University of Toronto
      • Steven Allaback, PhD, University of Washington
      • Sheridan D. Blau, PhD, Brandeis University Joint Appointment: Education
      • Robert A. Erickson, PhD, Yale University
      • Michael Fernandez, MA, CSU San Francisco
      • Paul Z. Hernadi, PhD/PhD, University of Vienna/Yale University
      • Shirley G. Lim, PhD, Brandeis University
      • William S. Marks, PhD, Stanford University
      • Patrick J. McCarthy, PhD, Columbia University
      • Stephen Miko, PhD, Yale University
      • Michael W. O'Connell, PhD, Yale University
      • Carol B. Pasternack, PhD, UC Los Angeles
      • Anne Pidgeon, MA, University of Michigan
      • John M. Ridland, PhD, Claremont Graduate School
      • Mark A. Rose, PhD, Harvard University
      • Logan Speirs, MA, Cambridge University
      • Garth St. Omer, PhD, Princeton University
      • Tom Steiner, PhD, Columbia University
      • Homer Swander, PhD, University of Michigan

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Susan Derwin, PhD, Johns Hopkins University, Professor (Holocaust and trauma studies, narrative and healing; psychoanalytic theory) Appointment in: Germanic and Slavic Studies
      • Jody Enders, PhD, University of Pennsylvania, Professor (Medieval literature, history of rhetoric, performance theory, interrelations of law and literature) Appointment in: French and Italian
      • Constance Penley, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (film history and theory, media studies, literary and rhetorical studies, cultural studies, feminist theory, science and technology studies, contemporary art) Appointment in: Film and Media Studies
      • Erika D. Rappaport, PhD, Rutgers University, Professor (modern British and Imperial history; women's history; urban history; consumer culture) Appointment in: History
      • Chela N. Sandoval, PhD, UC Santa Cruz, Associate Professor (cyber and millennial studies, third space feminism, critical media theory and production, oppositional consciousness and social movement) Appointment in: Chicana and Chicano Studies
  • Environmental Studies (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Oliver A. Chadwick, PhD, University of Arizona (pedology, soil geomorphology, biogeochemistry, Quaternary geology, organic and mineral transformations during soil, atmosphere, water and vegetation interaction) Joint Appointment: Geography
      • Jordan F. Clark, PhD, Columbia University (geochemistry, hydrologic sciences, environmental geology) Joint Appointment: Earth Science
      • Carla M. D'Antonio, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (plant and ecosystem ecology, management of wildlands, impacts and concerns regarding invasive species, species effects on ecosystem processes, restoration ecology) Joint Appointments: Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology
      • Edward A. Keller, PhD, Purdue University (geomorphology, hydrology, environmental geology, surface processes) Joint Appointment: Earth Science
      • David N. Pellow, PhD, Northwestern University (environmental justice studies, ethnic studies, social change, social movements)
      • Joshua P. Schimel, PhD, UC Berkeley (microbial ecology; soil biology; ecosystem ecology) Joint Appointments: Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology
    • Associate Professors

      • Peter S. Alagona, PhD, UC Los Angeles (environmental history, history of science, science and technology studies, environmental geography) Joint Appointment: History
      • Simone Pulver, PhD, UC Berkeley (global environmental politics, development, organizational theory, climate change, private sector)

      Assistant Professors

      • Summer M. Gray
      • Robert F. Heilmayr, PhD, Stanford University (environmental economics, ecological economics, land systems science)
      • Debra Perrone

      Senior Lecturers SOE

      • Mel S. Manalis, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (renewable and solar energy, development of quantifiable sustainability measures)

      Lecturers PSOE

      • Helene K. Gardner, PhD, University of Rochester (environmental chemistry, air quality, pollution, toxicology)

      Emeriti

      • David A. Cleveland, PhD, University of Arizona
      • J. Marc McGinnes, JD, UC Berkeley
      • Roderick Frazie Nash, PhD, University of Wisconsin
      • Michael A. Osborne, PhD, University of Wisconsin Joint Appointment: History
      • Susan C. Stonich, PhD, University of Kentucky Joint Appointment: Anthropology

      Affiliated Faculty

      • John F. Foran, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (revolutions, global justice movements, radical social change, development and globalization, Middle East studies, Latin American studies, Third World cultural studies, social theory, political sociology, comparative historical methods) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Steven Gaines, PhD, Oregon State University, Professor (marine ecology and conservation, consequences of climate change, biostatistics) Appointments in: Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology
      • Kenneth C. Hiltner, PhD, Harvard University, Professor (literary theory, Renaissance literature, literature and the environment) Appointment in: English
      • Jeffrey A. Hoelle, PhD, University of Florida, Associate Professor (ecological and economic anthropology, cattle raising and cowboy cultures; Latin America, Brazilian Amazon) Appointment in: Anthropology
      • Hugo A. Loaiciga, PhD, UC Davis, Professor (hydrologic science, water resources planning and management, water resources systems, climate change and natural resources, applied mathematics and statistics) Appointment in: Geography
      • Russell J. Schmitt, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (marine community ecology and population) Appointments in: Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology
      • Eric R. Smith, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (environmental politics and policy, public opinion, voting behavior, Congress) Appointment in: Political Science
      • Ines M. Talamantez, PhD, UC San Diego, Associate Professor (Native American religions) Appointment in: Religious Studies
      • Casey Walsh, PhD, New School for Social Research, Associate Professor (political economy, Mexico-United States borderlands, water, commodities, history) Appointment in: Anthropology
  • Feminist Studies (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Jacqueline Bobo, PhD, University of Oregon (film/television, cultural studies, Black feminist cultural theory)
      • Eileen C. Boris, PhD, Brown University (labor studies; feminist theory; gender, race, class; women's history; women, work and welfare; social politics)
      • Laura M. Oaks, PhD, Johns Hopkins University (reproductive politics; health, medicine, and science; feminist and community-based participatory research)
      • Leila J. Rupp, PhD, Bryn Mawr College (sexualities, women's movements, comparative and transnational women's history)
      • Barbara M. Tomlinson, PhD, UC Riverside (rhetoric & feminist politics; feminist theory and analysis; culture and affect; critical race theory disciplinary & interdisciplinary discourses; gender and literature; feminist science studies; culture and reproduction; composition theory and pedagogy)
    • Associate Professors

      • Edwina Barvosa, PhD, Harvard University (Chicana/Latina feminist thought; political philosophy; gender studies)
      • Grace Chang, PhD, UC Berkeley (women of color; immigrant women; political economy of globalization; human trafficking; social justice movements for immigrant and welfare rights)
      • Mireille L. Miller-Young, PhD, New York University (gender and sexuality studies; Black cultural studies; film and media studies; pornography and sex work)
      • Jennifer L. Tyburczy, PhD, Northwestern University (LGBTQ Studies; queer theory; genders and sexualities; race and nation; performance studies; social justice; transnational American studies; popular culture; ethnography; cultural politics; political economy; visual art and culture; museum and archive studies)

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Paul E. Amar, PhD, New York University, Professor (human rights, national security, police, prisons, race/sexuality, Latin America, Middle East, urban politics, globalization) Appointment in: Global Studies
      • Kevin B. Anderson, PhD, City University of New York, Professor (social and political theory; class, race, gender & sexuality theory; cultural and religious studies; development and social change; Middle Eastern studies; criminological theory) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Ingrid Banks, PhD, UC Berkeley, Associate Professor (race, gender, culture, ethnographic methods) Appointment in: Black Studies
      • Silvia Bermúdez, PhD, University of Southern California, Professor (Spanish cultural studies, Latin American and Iberian studies, Galician studies, Spanish popular music studies, and Contemporary Peruvian poetry and culture) Appointment in: Spanish and Portuguese
      • Kum-Kum Bhavnani, PhD, Cambridge University, Professor (development studies and gender; cultural studies; feminist studies; methodology; critical social psychology) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Julie A. Bianchini, PhD, Stanford University, Professor (Science education; Teacher education and professional development; Educational equity) Appointment in: Education
      • Maurizia Boscagli, PhD, Brown University, Professor (gender studies, modern literature) Appointment in: English
      • Mary Bucholtz, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (sociocultural linguistics; language and identity; American English and Spanish) Appointment in: Linguistics
      • Julie A. Carlson, PhD, University of Chicago, Professor (British romantic literature, theater studies, trauma studies, imagination and social justice) Appointment in: English
      • Maria Charles, PhD, Stanford University, Professor (gender, social inequality, cross-national comparative sociology) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Miroslava Chavez-Garcia, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (Chicana/o and Latina/o history, race and juvenile justice, Latina/o youth in global perspective, gender and migration, Spanish Borderlands) Appointment in: History
      • Sharon A. Farmer, PhD, Harvard University, Professor (social history of spirituality; medieval European history; history of gender; medieval France) Appointment in: History
      • L.O. Aranye Fradenburg, PhD, University of Virginia, Professor (medieval literature; critical theory; history of the English language) Appointment in: English
      • Sabine Fruhstuck, PhD, University of Vienna , Professor (modern/contemporary history, ethnography, sociology, and cultural studies of Japan; power, sexuality, violence, childhood, war and military, knowledge systems) Appointment in: East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies
      • Bishnupriya Ghosh, PhD, Northwestern University, Professor (global media theory, 20th-century British and postcolonial literatures, gender and sexuality studies) Appointments in: English, Global Studies
      • Avery F. Gordon, PhD, Boston College, Professor (social theory, radical thought and practice, militarism, imprisonment, art and literature) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Mary E. Hancock, PhD, University of Pennsylvania, Professor (South Asia, social theory, nationalism, religion, cultural studies, feminist theory, public memory) Appointments in: Anthropology, History
      • Barbara H. Harthorn, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (gender, race, and health inequalities; social construction of risk; science and new technologies; geographies in inequality; risk perception; gender and technology) Appointment in: Anthropology
      • Ruth M. Hellier-Tinoco, PhD, Birmingham Conservatoire, University of Central England, UK, Associate Professor (performance studies, ethnomusicology, theater studies, dance anthropology, Latin American studies) Appointment in: Music
      • Tania Israel, PhD, Arizona State University, Professor (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT); Gender; Counseling/Psychotherapy; Mental health services) Appointments in: Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology
      • Esther M. Lezra, PhD, UC San Diego, Associate Professor (Caribbean and transatlantic cultures and literatures, cultural theory) Appointment in: Global Studies
      • Pei-Te Lien, PhD, University of Florida , Professor (race, ethnicity, and gender; transnationalism; Asian American politics) Appointment in: Political Science
      • Scott L. Marcus, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (ethnomusicology) Appointment in: Music
      • Stephan F. Miescher, PhD, Northwestern University, Associate Professor (19th- and 20th-century social history of West Africa; Ghana, colonialism, gender, masculinities; history of development and modernity/modernization; history of sexualities; oral history) Appointment in: History
      • Helen L. Morales, PhD, Cambridge University, Professor (ancient novel, Greek myth, feminist criticism, reception) Appointment in: Classics
      • Catherine Nesci, PhD, Université de Paris VII, Professor (modern French literature and cultural studies; history of feminism; women's gender studies; literary and cultural theory, feminist and gender studies) Appointment in: French and Italian
      • Christopher J. Newfield, PhD, Cornell University, Professor (American Literature; business culture, California culture; higher education funding and policy) Appointment in: English
      • erin K. Ninh, PhD, UC Berkeley, Associate Professor (Asian American literature and literary studies, feminist studies and women's literature, ethnic literature, cultural studies, gender and family) Appointment in: Asian American Studies
      • Lisa A. Parks, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Professor (global media, satellite and mobile phone technologies, media theory, television studies, infrastructure studies) Appointment in: Film and Media Studies
      • Constance Penley, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (film history and theory, media studies, literary and rhetorical studies, cultural studies, feminist theory, science and technology studies, contemporary art) Appointment in: Film and Media Studies
      • Ann M. Plane, PhD, Brandeis University, Professor (Native American history; colonial US history; museum studies and public history; history of gender and sexuality in early America) Appointment in: History
      • Sara G. Poot-Herrera, PhD, El Colegio de México, Professor (Mexican and Spanish-American literature, literary theory) Appointment in: Spanish and Portuguese
      • Erika D. Rappaport, PhD, Rutgers University, Professor (modern British and Imperial history; women's history; urban history; consumer culture) Appointment in: History
      • Chela N. Sandoval, PhD, UC Santa Cruz, Associate Professor (cyber and millennial studies, third space feminism, critical media theory and production, oppositional consciousness and social movement) Appointment in: Chicana and Chicano Studies
      • Beth E. Schneider, PhD, University of Massachusetts, Professor (sexuality, feminist and gender studies, social movements, health/AIDS, lesbian/gay studies) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Denise A. Segura, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (Chicana and Chicano Studies, feminist studies, gender, family, work, race-ethnic relations, education) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Jennifer M. Sorkin, PhD, Yale, Associate Professor (Contemporary art; material culture, craft, and design; art criticism; feminist historiographies and theory; art school pedagogies; queer culture and theory) Appointment in: History of Art and Architecture
      • Ines M. Talamantez, PhD, UC San Diego, Associate Professor (Native American religions) Appointment in: Religious Studies
      • Verta A. Taylor, PhD, Ohio State University, Professor (social movements, gender, sexuality, culture, health and mental health) Appointment in: Sociology
      • F Winddance Twine, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (The Body, Ethnography, Intimacy, Privilege, Feminist Theory, Critical Race Theory, Visual Sociology, Comparative Racial Studies (Europe/US/South Africa)) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Janet R. Walker, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (documentary, historiography, trauma studies, women and film, environmental media) Appointment in: Film and Media Studies
      • Mayfair Yang, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (anthropology, China , critical theory, media, gender, state) Appointments in: Religious Studies, East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies
      • Xiaojian Zhao, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (United States history, Asian American history, gender, and immigration) Appointment in: Asian American Studies
  • Film and Media Studies (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Michael J. Curtin, PhD, University of Wisconsin (globalization, screen industries, cultural geography, media history, media and cultural theory, new media, documentary)
      • Anna Everett, PhD, University of Southern California (film and television history and theory, Black film, digital media technologies)
      • Richard W. Hebdige, MA, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom (cultural studies) Joint Appointment: Art
      • Lisa A. Parks, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison (global media, satellite and mobile phone technologies, media theory, television studies, infrastructure studies)
      • Constance Penley, PhD, UC Berkeley (film history and theory, media studies, literary and rhetorical studies, cultural studies, feminist theory, science and technology studies, contemporary art)
      • Patrice S. Petro
      • Janet R. Walker, PhD, UC Los Angeles (documentary, historiography, trauma studies, women and film, environmental media)
      • Charles C. Wolfe, PhD, Columbia University (international film history, American film and cultural history, comedy, documentary, film and media archives)
    • Associate Professors

      • Peter J. Bloom, PhD, UC Los Angeles (early visual media culture, international film theory and histories, French and Francophone cultural studies, African studies, and post-colonial media)
      • Jennifer Holt, PhD, UC Los Angeles (media industry studies, American cinema, television history/criticism, policy and regulation)
      • Ross D. Melnick, PhD, UC Los Angeles (Film and Media History, Archive Theory and Practice, Media Industry Studies, Film Exhibition, Early Media Convergence)
      • Bhaskar Sarkar, PhD, University of Southern California (globalization and culture, post-colonial media theory, Indian cinema, Chinese cinema, trauma and history, risk cultures)
      • Greg Siegel, PhD, Univeristy of North Carolina (media studies, cultural studies, science and technology studies)
      • Cristina Venegas, PhD, University of Southern California (Latin American and Latino media, international cinema, and digital media technologies)

      Assistant Professors

      • Alenda Y. Chang
      • Mona N. Damluji
      • Laila Shereen Sakr
      • Naoki Yamamoto, PhD, Yale University (Film and Media Theory, Japanese Film Theory, Japanese Cultural and Visual Studies, Asian Cinemas)

      Emeriti

      • Edward Branigan, PhD, University of Wisconsin

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Denise D. Bielby, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Professor (culture, gender, work, and social psychology/life-course) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Jacqueline Bobo, PhD, University of Oregon, Professor (film/television, cultural studies, Black feminist cultural theory) Appointment in: Feminist Studies
      • Dolores I. Casillas, PhD, University of Michigan, Associate Professor (U.S. Spanish-language media, radio/sound practices, immigration policy, gender, popular culture) Appointment in: Chicana and Chicano Studies
      • Kip Fulbeck, MFA, UC San Diego, Professor (performative studies, narrative) Appointment in: Art
      • Colin R. Gardner, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (critical theory and integrative studies, film-philosophy, Deleuze and Guattari, minor literatures and Francophone Studies) Appointment in: Art
      • Suzanne J. Levine, PhD, New York University, Professor (Latin American literature, comparative literature, translation studies) Appointment in: Spanish and Portuguese
      • George R. Lipsitz, PhD, University of Wisconsin , Professor (social movements, urban culture, inequality, race, culture, 20th-century history) Appointments in: Black Studies, Sociology
      • Mireille L. Miller-Young, PhD, New York University , Associate Professor (gender and sexuality studies; Black cultural studies; film and media studies; pornography and sex work) Appointment in: Feminist Studies
      • David E. Novak, PhD, Columbia University, Associate Professor (ethnomusicology) Appointment in: Music
      • Rita M. Raley, PhD, UC Santa Barbara, Associate Professor (digital humanities, new media, electronic literature, contemporary cultural studies, Global English, 20th-21st century Anglophone literature) Appointment in: English
      • William B. Warner, PhD, Johns Hopkins University, Professor (18th-century novel; critical theory; cultural studies; law and literature, media studies) Appointment in: English
  • French and Italian (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Cynthia J. Brown, PhD, UC Berkeley (Medieval and early Renaissance literature, late medieval poetry, the transition from manuscript to print culture)
      • Jody Enders, PhD, University of Pennsylvania (Medieval literature, history of rhetoric, performance theory, interrelations of law and literature)
      • Dominique M. Jullien, PhD, Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris III (19th- and 20th-century European literature; Proust; Borges; intertextuality and rewriting; travel narratives; the representation of the artist in fiction.)
      • Didier Maleuvre, PhD, Yale University (history of ideas, literature, philosophy, religion and history of art)
      • Catherine Nesci, PhD, Université de Paris VII (modern French literature and cultural studies; history of feminism; women's gender studies; literary and cultural theory, feminist and gender studies)
      • Eric L. Prieto, PhD, New York University (music and literature, 20th-century French and Francophone literature, postcolonial studies, spatial studies, Beckett)
      • Elise C. Skenazi, PhD, University of Michigan (Renaissance culture and literature, Belgian literature, literature and architecture)
      • Jon R. Snyder, PhD, Yale University (early modern Italian literature, comparative literature, Renaissance/Baroque studies, and literary theory)
    • Associate Professors

      • Claudio Fogu, PhD, UC Los Angeles (modern and contemporary Italian history, Modern Italian literature and cultural studies, Mediterranean studies)

      Assistant Professors

      • Renan J. Larue, PhD, Université de Picardie (8th-century French literature, animal studies, history of ideas, history of vegetarianism/veganism)

      Senior Lecturers SOE

      • Jean M. Schultz, PhD, UC Berkeley (foreign language pedagogy, second language acquisition, applied linguistics, foreign language writing, and modern literature)

      Emeriti

      • William J. Ashby, PhD, University of Michigan (linguistics)
      • Jean-Jacques C. Courtine, Doctorat d’État de Linguistique, Université de Paris X (linguistics and cultural studies)
      • Anne G. Cushing, PhD, University of Colorado
      • Naomi Greene, PhD, New York University (20th-century literature, film, Artaud)
      • Harry Lawton, M.A., B. Litt., Oxford University
      • Sydney Levy, PhD, UC Irvine (contemporary French poetry, literary theory, fantastic literature, science and literature)
      • Jack Murray, PhD, Yale University
      • Jaqueline Simons, Diplôme d’Études Supérieures
      • Ronald W. Tobin, PhD, Princeton University (17th-century French literature, French classical theatre,food in literature)

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Peter J. Bloom, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Associate Professor (early visual media culture, international film theory and histories, French and Francophone cultural studies, African studies, and post-colonial media) Appointment in: Film and Media Studies
      • Susan Derwin, PhD, Johns Hopkins University, Professor (Holocaust and trauma studies, narrative and healing; psychoanalytic theory) Appointment in: Germanic and Slavic Studies
      • Simonetta Falasca-Zamponi, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (cultural sociology and history, French social theory, politics and aesthetics, fascism) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Sharon A. Farmer, PhD, Harvard University, Professor (social history of spirituality; medieval European history; history of gender; medieval France) Appointment in: History
      • David B. Marshall, PhD, Johns Hopkins University, Professor (18th-century fiction and aesthetics; narrative theory; Shakespeare; lyric poetry; autobiography; philosophy and literature) Appointment in: English
      • Fabio Rambelli, PhD, University of Venice and Oriental University Institute, Naples, Professor (Japanese religions and intellectual history, Buddhist studies, Shinto studies; semiotics; transnational intellectual networks in East Asia) Appointments in: East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies, Religious Studies
      • Elisabeth Weber, PhD, Albert-Ludwig University of Freiburg, Professor (18th-20th century literature and philosophy, German-Jewish culture, critical theory, deconstruction, psychoanalysis, trauma studies, human rights) Appointment in: Germanic and Slavic Studies
  • Geography (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Leila M. Carvalho, PhD, University of Sao Paulo (regional and large-scale climate variability and modeling, global climate change, monsoon systems and Antarctic climate)
      • Kelly K. Caylor, PhD, University of Virginia (ecology and hydrology of drylands, distributed environmental sensing & sensor development, sub-Saharan agriculture, coupled social-environmental systems) Joint Appointment: Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
      • Oliver A. Chadwick, PhD, University of Arizona (pedology, soil geomorphology, biogeochemistry, Quaternary geology, organic and mineral transformations during soil, atmosphere, water and vegetation interaction) Joint Appointment: Environmental Studies
      • Richard L. Church, PhD, Johns Hopkins University (facilities location and related computational algorithms, urban and regional modeling/planning, water resources)
      • Keith C. Clarke, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (analytical cartography, geographic information systems)
      • Konstadinos Goulias, PhD, UC Davis (transportation systems planning and modeling, applied econometrics and statistics, travel behavior dynamics and microsimulation)
      • Charles Jones, PhD, UC Davis (precipitation variability, extreme events, weather forecasts, predictability studies, regional modeling, monsoon systems, and climate change)
      • Jennifer Y. King, PhD, UC Irvine (biogeochemistry, earth system science, global change, ecosystem ecology, plant-soil-atmosphere interactions)
      • Werner Kuhn, PhD, ETH Zurich (usability of spatial information for individual, organizational, and societal problem solving)
      • Hugo A. Loaiciga, PhD, UC Davis (hydrologic science, water resources planning and management, water resources systems, climate change and natural resources, applied mathematics and statistics)
      • David L. Lopez-Carr, PhD, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (population (migration, fertility), environmental change, deforestation, rural development, Latin America)
      • Daniel R. Montello, PhD, Arizona State University (spatial, environmental, and geographic perception/cognition/affect/behavior, cognitive issues in cartography and GIS, environmental psychology and behavioral geography)
      • Alan T. Murray, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (location modeling, urban and regional planning, spatial optimization, sustainability)
      • Dar Roberts, PhD, University of Washington (remote sensing of vegetation and soils, geobotany and spectroscopy, geology, ecology and ecophysiology)
      • David A. Siegel, PhD, University of Southern California (interdisciplinary marine science, coupling of physical, biological, optical and biogeochemical marine processes on micro to ocean basin scales using satellite remote sensing, field observations and numerical modeling)
      • Stuart H. Sweeney, PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (urban and regional modeling/planning, formal demography, local economic development, spatial statistics)
      • Libe Washburn, PhD, UC San Diego (physical oceanography, ocean turbulence and mixing processes, ocean bio/optics, air-sea interaction and marine pollution, marine ecology, interdisciplinary oceanography, ocean remote sensing)
    • Associate Professors

      • Krzysztof W. Janowicz, PhD, University of Munster, Germany (Geographic Information Science, Semantic Web, Sensor Web, Mobile Computing, Geographic Information Retrieval, Gazetteers, Similarity & Context)
      • Joseph P. McFadden, PhD, UC Berkeley (land-use and land-cover change, biosphere-atmosphere interactions, earth system science, sustainability science, urban ecology)

      Assistant Professors

      • Susan L. Cassels, PhD, Princeton University (demography, population health, migration, epidemic modeling, HIV/AIDS, sexual networks)
      • Elizabeth R. Chrastil, PhD, Brown University (spatial cognition; spatial neuroscience; navigation; cognition and behavior; perception and action)
      • Vena W. Chu, PhD, UC Los Angeles (remote sensing, Greenland ice sheet meltwater dynamics)
      • Timothy J. Devries, PhD, UC Irvine (ocean circulation and biogeochemistry, carbon cycle, climate change, numerical modeling)
      • Qinghua Ding, PhD, University of Hawaii (climate dynamics)
      • Nicholas J. Nidzieko, PhD, Stanford University (ocean physics, optics and remote sensing)

      Emeriti

      • Helen M. Couclelis, PhD, Cambridge University (Urban and regional modeling and planning, spatial cognition, geographic information science, geography of the information society)
      • Tommy D. Dickey, PhD, Princeton University
      • Catherine Gautier, PhD, Université Paris Sorbonne-Paris IV (Earth radiation budget and cloud processes, radiative transfer and remote sensing, global climate change and earth system science education)
      • Michael F. Goodchild, PhD, McMaster University (spatial analysis and geographic information systems)
      • Joel C. Michaelsen, PhD, UC Berkeley (climatology/meteorology, climate change, temporal and spatial statistics, vegetation/climate interactions)
      • Terence R. Smith, PhD, Johns Hopkins University (spatial data processing, spatial analysis, spatial databases, knowledge-based approaches to geographic information systems) Joint Appointment: Computer Science
      • Raymond C. Smith, PhD, Stanford University (remote sensing of the oceans)
      • Waldo Tobler, PhD, University of Washington (cartography)

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Peter S. Alagona, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Associate Professor (environmental history, history of science, science and technology studies, environmental geography) Appointments in: History, Environmental Studies
      • Jia-Ching Chen, Assistant Professor Appointment in: Global Studies
      • Frank W. Davis, PhD, Johns Hopkins University, Professor (plant ecology, quantitative bio-geography, vegetation remote sensing, ecological applications of remote sensing and geographic information systems, conservation planning, fire ecology) Appointment in: Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
      • Jeffrey C. Dozier, PhD, University of Michigan, Professor (hydrology with a focus on snow, earth system science, remote sensing and information systems) Appointment in: Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
      • Thomas Dunne, PhD, Johns Hopkins University, Professor (drainage basin and hillslope evolution, hydrology and floodplain sedimentation, applications of hydrology and geomorphology in environmental management) Appointment in: Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
      • James E. Frew, PhD, UC Santa Barbara, Associate Professor (environmental information systems, technology and management, digital libraries, remote sensing and image processing) Appointment in: Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
      • Mary Hegarty, PhD, Carnegie Mellon University, Professor (spatial cognition, individual differences, diagrammatic reasoning and comprehension) Appointment in: Psychological and Brain Sciences
      • Jeffrey A. Hoelle, PhD, University of Florida, Associate Professor (ecological and economic anthropology, cattle raising and cowboy cultures; Latin America, Brazilian Amazon) Appointment in: Anthropology
      • Edward A. Keller, PhD, Purdue University, Professor (geomorphology, hydrology, environmental geology, surface processes) Appointments in: Environmental Studies, Earth Science
      • John M. Melack, PhD, Duke University, Professor (ecology of inland waters, biogeochemistry, remote sensing, environmental science and management) Appointments in: Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology, Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
      • Christina L. Tague, PhD, University of Toronto, Professor (hydrology, linkages between climate, ecology, and hydrology) Appointment in: Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
  • Germanic and Slavic Studies (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Susan Derwin, PhD, Johns Hopkins University (Holocaust and trauma studies, narrative and healing; psychoanalytic theory)
      • Wolf D. Kittler, Habilitation, Albert-Ludwig University of Freiburg (18th-20th-century German literature and philosophy, critical theory, deconstruction, history of science and media technology)
      • Sven Spieker, PhD, University of Oxford (modern and contemporary art and literature, with an emphasis on Eastern and Central Europe; avant-garde studies, especially Russian; intersections between critical theory and modern art/literature)
      • Elisabeth Weber, PhD, Albert-Ludwig University of Freiburg (18th-20th century literature and philosophy, German-Jewish culture, critical theory, deconstruction, psychoanalysis, trauma studies, human rights)
    • Associate Professors

      • Jocelyn Holland, PhD, Johns Hopkins University (Literature and History of Science of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries)
      • Sara P. Weld, PhD, Stanford University (19th and 20th century Russian literature and culture, comparative literature, Scandinavian literature, avant-garde literature, art, and theory, word and image, childhood, children's literature, picturebooks)

      Emeriti

      • Clifford Barraclough
      • Gunther Gottschalk, PhD, University of Southern California
      • Gerhart Hoffmeister, PhD, University of Maryland
      • Donald B. Johnson, PhD, UC Los Angeles
      • Albert Kaspin, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Roselinde Konrad
      • Torborg Lundell, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Ursula Mahlendorf, PhD, Brown University (19th-20th centuries German literature, psychoanalysis, feminism)
      • Kenneth H. Pai
      • Laurence A. Rickels, PhD, Princeton University

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Dorothy M. Chun, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (Second language acquisition, intonation (the melody and rhythm of language), computer-mediated communication for language learning, and learning and teaching with digital media) Appointment in: Education
  • Global Studies (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Paul E. Amar, PhD, New York University (human rights, national security, police, prisons, race/sexuality, Latin America, Middle East, urban politics, globalization)
      • Alison Brysk, PhD, Stanford University (human rights, global governance, civil society, Latin American politics, indigenous rights)
      • Bishnupriya Ghosh, PhD, Northwestern University (global media theory, 20th-century British and postcolonial literatures, gender and sexuality studies) Joint Appointment: English
      • Giles B. Gunn, PhD, University of Chicago (American literary history, global theory and culture, global ethics, religion and literature studies) Joint Appointment: English
      • Mark Juergensmeyer, PhD, UC Berkeley (South Asian religion and society, sociology of religion, religious nationalism, terrorism, moral community, and social ethics) Joint Appointment: Sociology
      • Jan Nederveen Pieterse, PhD, University of Nijmegen (globalization, development studies, cultural studies, 21st-century globalization, emerging societies, ethnicity, multiculturalism, future studies) Joint Appointment: Sociology
    • Associate Professors

      • Esther M. Lezra, PhD, UC San Diego (Caribbean and transatlantic cultures and literatures, cultural theory)
      • Aashish S. Mehta, PhD, University of Wisconsin (international economic development, applied economics)

      Assistant Professors

      • Javiera Barandiaran, PhD, UC Berkeley (development and environment, democratic institutions and states in transition, energy, environmental policies)
      • Jia-Ching Chen
      • Nadege T. Clitandre, PhD, UC Berkeley (African Diaspora, Gender and Transnationalism, Caribbean Literature, Haiti)

      Emeriti

      • Richard Appelbaum, PhD, University of Chicago Joint Appointment: Sociology

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Lalaie Ameeriar, PhD, Stanford University, Associate Professor (globalization, transnationalism, diaspora, multiculturalism, race and ethnicity, labor studies and feminist studies) Appointment in: Asian American Studies
      • Ralph J. Armbruster, PhD, UC Riverside, Professor (globalization, labor, social movements, race and ethnic relations, Latin American studies and community/urban studies) Appointment in: Chicana and Chicano Studies
      • Kum-Kum Bhavnani, PhD, Cambridge University, Professor (development studies and gender; cultural studies; feminist studies; methodology; critical social psychology) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Juan E. Campo, PhD, University of Chicago, Associate Professor (history of religions—Islam, Arabic) Appointment in: Religious Studies
      • Benjamin J. Cohen, PhD, Columbia University, Professor (international relations, international political economy) Appointment in: Political Science
      • Timothy J. Cooley, PhD, Brown University, Professor (Eastern European folk music; American vernacular music; music and tourism; music and surfing) Appointment in: Music
      • John F. Foran, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (revolutions, global justice movements, radical social change, development and globalization, Middle East studies, Latin American studies, Third World cultural studies, social theory, political sociology, comparative historical methods) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Lisa Hajjar, PhD, The American University, Professor (human rights, international humanitarian law, war and conflict, torture, Israel/Palestine, US policy in the Middle East) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Mary E. Hancock, PhD, University of Pennsylvania, Professor (South Asia, social theory, nationalism, religion, cultural studies, feminist theory, public memory) Appointments in: Anthropology, History
      • Richard Hecht, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (Judaic studies; history of religions) Appointment in: Religious Studies
      • Nelson N. Lichtenstein, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (20th-century US labor history, social thought, business and capitalism) Appointment in: History
      • Fernando Lopez-Alves, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (comparative historical sociology, comparative politics, globalization. Latin American politics, organized labor) Appointment in: Sociology
      • David L. Lopez-Carr, PhD, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Professor (population (migration, fertility), environmental change, deforestation, rural development, Latin America) Appointment in: Geography
      • W. Patrick McCray, PhD, University of Arizona, Professor (history of science and technology; Cold War) Appointment in: History
      • Ann M. Plane, PhD, Brandeis University, Professor (Native American history; colonial US history; museum studies and public history; history of gender and sexuality in early America) Appointment in: History
      • Rita M. Raley, PhD, UC Santa Barbara, Associate Professor (digital humanities, new media, electronic literature, contemporary cultural studies, Global English, 20th-21st century Anglophone literature) Appointment in: English
      • Dwight F. Reynolds, PhD, University of Pennsylvania, Professor (Arabic languages and literatures, folklore and folklife) Appointment in: Religious Studies
      • William I. Robinson, PhD, University of New Mexico, Professor (globalization, development, political economy, macrosociology, political sociology, Latin America, migration/immigration, Latino/a studies) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Leila J. Rupp, PhD, Bryn Mawr College, Professor (sexualities, women's movements, comparative and transnational women's history) Appointment in: Feminist Studies
      • Michael S. Stohl, PhD, Northwestern University, Professor (globalization, international organizations and political communication with special reference to terrorism and human rights) Appointment in: Communication
      • Casey Walsh, PhD, New School for Social Research, Associate Professor (political economy, Mexico-United States borderlands, water, commodities, history) Appointment in: Anthropology
      • Mayfair Yang, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (anthropology, China , critical theory, media, gender, state) Appointments in: Religious Studies, East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies
  • History (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Anthony J. Barbieri-Low, PhD, Princeton University (ancient China, Chinese archaeology, and epigraphy)
      • James F. Brooks, PhD, UC Davis (borderlands, indigenous studies, ethnohistorical methods and theory, comparative slavery, non-profit missions, management and governance, the professoriate in the twenty-first century; Southwest borderlands, American West) Joint Appointment: Anthropology
      • Miroslava Chavez-Garcia, PhD, UC Los Angeles (Chicana/o and Latina/o history, race and juvenile justice, Latina/o youth in global perspective, gender and migration, Spanish Borderlands)
      • Elizabeth D. Digeser, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (late Roman Empire and late antiquity)
      • Sharon A. Farmer, PhD, Harvard University (social history of spirituality; medieval European history; history of gender; medieval France)
      • Mary E. Hancock, PhD, University of Pennsylvania (South Asia, social theory, nationalism, religion, cultural studies, feminist theory, public memory) Joint Appointment: Anthropology
      • Laura Kalman, PhD, Yale University (20th-century US, legal history)
      • Carol L. Lansing, PhD, University of Michigan (society, politics, and religion in late medieval Italy)
      • Nelson N. Lichtenstein, PhD, UC Berkeley (20th-century US labor history, social thought, business and capitalism)
      • John D. Majewski, PhD, UC Los Angeles (19th-century US history; political economy of the slavery and the US Civil War)
      • Harold Marcuse, PhD, University of Michigan (20th-century Germany; public history, reception history)
      • W. Patrick McCray, PhD, University of Arizona (history of science and technology; Cold War)
      • J. Sears McGee, PhD, Yale University (Tudor and Stuart Britain; early modern Europe)
      • Alice M. O'Connor, PhD, Johns Hopkins University (US History, History of Public Policy, Urban History)
      • Ann M. Plane, PhD, Brandeis University (Native American history; colonial US history; museum studies and public history; history of gender and sexuality in early America)
      • Erika D. Rappaport, PhD, Rutgers University (modern British and Imperial history; women's history; urban history; consumer culture)
      • Luke S. Roberts, PhD, Princeton University (Japan - 1550 to 1880)
      • Adam A. Sabra, PhD, Princeton (medieval and early modern Egypt)
      • Paul M. Sonnino, PhD, UC Los Angeles (early modern Europe; historiography)
      • Paul R. Spickard, PhD, UC Berkeley (history; race; ethnicity; immigration; Asian American; African American; interracial marriage; multiracial; identity; global)
      • Salim Yaqub, PhD, Yale University (US foreign relations)
    • Associate Professors

      • Peter S. Alagona, PhD, UC Los Angeles (environmental history, history of science, science and technology studies, environmental geography) Joint Appointment: Environmental Studies
      • Randolph E. Bergstrom, PhD, Columbia University (American social policy; public history)
      • Hilary J. Bernstein, PhD, Princeton University (early modern Europe -- Renaissance Europe; early modern France; political, cultural, urban history)
      • Debra G. Blumenthal, PhD, University of Toronto (medieval Europe, medieval and early modern Spanish history, cross-cultural relations in the Medieval Mediterranean, the history of medicine and comparative slavery)
      • Verónica Castillo-Muñoz, PhD, UC Irvine (the Mexico-U.S. Borderlands, Comparative Immigration, Mexican History, Gender and Chicana/o History)
      • Moses Chikowero, PhD, Dalhousie University (African social, cultural and economic history; popular culture and politics in Africa; electrification and energy in Africa; African labor history, HIV/AIDS in Africa)
      • Adrienne L. Edgar, PhD, UC Berkeley (history of modern Russia and Central Asia; ethnicity and nationality in the Soviet Union; gender and intermarriage in Soviet Central Asia)
      • Lisa Jacobson, PhD, UC Los Angeles (20th-century US; consumer culture and capitalism; food and alcohol; gender and family history)
      • Terence D. Keel, PhD, Harvard University (Study of race within the history of science and medicine, the relationship between religion and science, and African American intellectual history) Joint Appointment: Black Studies
      • John W. Lee, PhD, Cornell University (ancient Greece and West Asia, Achaemenid Persia, history of warfare, Greek archaeology and epigraphy)
      • Sonia Cecilia Mendez Gastelumendi, PhD, State University of New York at Stony Brook (Andean history with emphasis in Peru; modern Latin America)
      • Stephan F. Miescher, PhD, Northwestern University (19th- and 20th-century social history of West Africa; Ghana, colonialism, gender, masculinities; history of development and modernity/modernization; history of sexualities; oral history)
      • Sherene R. Seikaly, PhD, New York University (capitalism, consumption, and development in the modern Middle East)
      • Xiaowei Zheng, PhD, UC San Diego (political and social history of China, political culture of China) Joint Appointment: East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies

      Assistant Professors

      • Elena A. Aronova
      • Bradford A. Bouley
      • Juan Cobo Betancourt
      • Manuel Covo
      • Evelyne Laurent-Perrault
      • Kate L. McDonald, PhD, UC San Diego (modern Japan, cultural history of mobility, history of technology)
      • Giuliana Perrone

      Emeriti

      • Wilson E. Brownlee Jr, PhD, University of Wisconsin
      • Chi-Yun Chen, PhD, Harvard University
      • Sarah Cline, PhD, UC Los Angeles
      • Patricia C. Cohen, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Douglas H. Daniels, PhD, UC Berkeley Joint Appointment: Black Studies
      • Jane S. Dehart, PhD, Duke University
      • Harold A. Drake, PhD, University of Wisconsin
      • Francis Dutra, PhD, New York University
      • Abraham Friesen, PhD, Stanford University
      • Frank J. Frost, PhD, UC Los Angeles
      • Mary O. Furner, PhD, Northwestern University
      • Nancy E. Gallagher, PhD, UC Los Angeles
      • Jonathan A. Glickstein, PhD, Yale University
      • Otis L. Graham, PhD, Columbia University
      • Carl Harris, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison
      • Tsuyoshi Hasegawa, PhD, University of Washington
      • R S. Humphreys, PhD, University of Michigan
      • Harold C. Kirker, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Albert S. Lindemann, PhD, Harvard University
      • Richard E. Oglesby, PhD, Northwestern University
      • Michael A. Osborne, PhD, University of Wisconsin Joint Appointment: Environmental Studies
      • Carroll W. Pursell, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • David P. Rock, PhD, Cambridge University
      • Jeffrey B. Russell, PhD, Emory University
      • John E. Talbott, PhD, Stanford University
      • Zaragosa Vargas, PhD, University of Michigan

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Janet Afary, PhD, University of Michigan, Professor (Middle East religious history, modern Iran, gender and sexuality in modern Middle East) Appointment in: Religious Studies
      • Gerardo V. Aldana, PhD, Harvard University, Professor (Maya hieroglyphic history, Mesoamerican art, experimental archaeology, science studies, culture theory) Appointments in: Chicana and Chicano Studies, Anthropology
      • Ralph J. Armbruster, PhD, UC Riverside, Professor (globalization, labor, social movements, race and ethnic relations, Latin American studies and community/urban studies) Appointment in: Chicana and Chicano Studies
      • Joseph L. Blankholm, PhD, Columbia University, Assistant Professor (social scientific study of religion, qualitative and quantitative methods, atheism, nonbelievers in United States) Appointment in: Religious Studies
      • Peter J. Bloom, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Associate Professor (early visual media culture, international film theory and histories, French and Francophone cultural studies, African studies, and post-colonial media) Appointment in: Film and Media Studies
      • Eileen C. Boris, PhD, Brown University, Professor (labor studies; feminist theory; gender, race, class; women's history; women, work and welfare; social politics) Appointment in: Feminist Studies
      • Rudy V. Busto, PhD, UC Berkeley, Associate Professor (Chicano/Latino religions, Asian American/Pacific Islander religions, American religions) Appointment in: Religious Studies
      • Miroslava Chavez-Garcia, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (Chicana/o and Latina/o history, race and juvenile justice, Latina/o youth in global perspective, gender and migration, Spanish Borderlands) Appointment in: History
      • G. Reginald Daniel, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (race and ethnic relations, comparative and historical sociology, comparative race and culture) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Brice L. Erickson, PhD, University of Texas, Austin, Professor (Greek archaeology, Crete, ceramic studies) Appointment in: Classics
      • Claudio Fogu, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Associate Professor (modern and contemporary Italian history, Modern Italian literature and cultural studies, Mediterranean studies) Appointment in: French and Italian
      • Sabine Fruhstuck, PhD, University of Vienna , Professor (modern/contemporary history, ethnography, sociology, and cultural studies of Japan; power, sexuality, violence, childhood, war and military, knowledge systems) Appointment in: East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies
      • Mario T. Garcia, PhD, UC San Diego, Professor (Chicano history, U.S. labor history, Chicano studies, ethnic studies, Southwestern history, race and ethnicity, autobiography, Latino religion) Appointment in: Chicana and Chicano Studies
      • Richard Hecht, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (Judaic studies; history of religions) Appointment in: Religious Studies
      • Cynthia S. Kaplan, PhD, Columbia University, Professor (comparative politics, ethnicity, surveys, political behavior, qualitative methods, Russia, Estonia, Kazakhstan) Appointment in: Political Science
      • George R. Lipsitz, PhD, University of Wisconsin , Professor (social movements, urban culture, inequality, race, culture, 20th-century history) Appointments in: Black Studies, Sociology
      • Rose MacLean, PhD, Princeton University, Assistant Professor (Latin imperial literature, ancient and modern slavery, and epigraphy) Appointment in: Classics
      • Christopher McAuley, PhD, University of Michigan, Associate Professor (northern and southern African politics, world systems theory, Black intellectual history, Caribbean and Latin American political economy and economic history of the Americas) Appointment in: Black Studies
      • Robert Morstein-Marx, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (Roman History, Greek history, Latin prose, historiography and rhetoric) Appointment in: Classics
      • Claudia H. Moser, Assistant Professor Appointment in: History of Art and Architecture
      • Hyung I. Pai, PhD, Harvard University, Professor (nationalism and the construction of Korean identity, museum studies & archaeological heritage management, anthropology of Korea, China and Japan-prehistory to present, tourism in East Asia, Korean history, East Asian archaeology/anthropology, heritage tourism studies) Appointment in: East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies
      • Leila J. Rupp, PhD, Bryn Mawr College, Professor (sexualities, women's movements, comparative and transnational women's history) Appointment in: Feminist Studies
      • Stuart T. Smith, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (archaeology of Egypt and Nubia [the Sudan], ethnicity, culture contact and imperialism, ideology and legitimization, funerary practice, ceramics and residue analysis) Appointment in: Anthropology
      • Ann Taves, PhD, University of Chicago, Professor (American religious history; history of modern Christianity; theory and method in the study of religion; psychology of religion; religious experience) Appointment in: Religious Studies
      • Christine M. Thomas, PhD, Harvard University, Associate Professor (Ancient Mediterranean religions, early Christianity, archaeology of religions) Appointment in: Religious Studies
      • Volker M. Welter, PhD, University of Edinburgh , Professor (modern and contemporary architecture and urbanism since the 19th-century, history and theory of architecture) Appointment in: History of Art and Architecture
      • Xiaojian Zhao, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (United States history, Asian American history, gender, and immigration) Appointment in: Asian American Studies
  • History of Art and Architecture (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Ann J. Adams, PhD, Harvard University (17th-century Dutch Art; 16th-18th century visual culture and history of science; early modern gender studies; portraiture)
      • Swati Chattopadhyay, PhD, UC Berkeley (modern architecture and urbanism; British empire; postcolonial and critical theory)
      • Mark A. Meadow, PhD, UC Berkeley (15th-, 16th- and 17th-century Northern European art; histories of rhetoric and collecting)
      • Sylvester O. Ogbechie, PhD, Northwestern University (classical African art; modern and contemporary African art; arts of the African diaspora; contemporary African visual culture; African film; theory and methodology of art history; cultural patrimony research)
      • Bruce Robertson, PhD, Yale University (18th- and 19th-c British and American art; museum studies)
      • Peter C. Sturman, PhD, Yale University (Early to modern Chinese painting and calligraphy; Japanese art) Joint Appointment: East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies
      • Volker M. Welter, PhD, University of Edinburgh (modern and contemporary architecture and urbanism since the 19th-century, history and theory of architecture)
      • Robert J. Williams, PhD, Princeton University (art theory, historiography, Italian Renaissance)
    • Associate Professors

      • Nuha N. Khoury, PhD, Harvard University (Islamic art and architecture; medieval Islamic iconography; modern Arab art; critiques of the field)
      • Laurie J. Monahan, PhD, Harvard University (20th-century and contemporary European art and American art, feminist theory, continental theory, sexuality and representation; visual culture)
      • Jennifer M. Sorkin, PhD, Yale (Contemporary art; material culture, craft, and design; art criticism; feminist historiographies and theory; art school pedagogies; queer culture and theory)
      • Miriam Wattles, PhD, New York University (Early modern and modern Japanese visual culture: illustrated books and print culture, ukiyo-e woodblock prints, painting, calligraphy)
      • Richard K. Wittman, PhD, Columbia University (early modern and modern architecture, theory and town planning)

      Assistant Professors

      • Heather A. Badamo
      • Claudia H. Moser

      Emeriti

      • Edson E. Armi, PhD, Columbia University
      • Ann Bermingham, PhD, Harvard University
      • Herbert Cole, PhD, Columbia University
      • Mario A. Del Chiaro, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Ramon Favela, PhD, University of Texas, Austin
      • Ulrich Keller, PhD, University of Munich
      • Jeanette F. Peterson, PhD, UC Los Angeles
      • Abigail Solomon-Godeau, PhD, City University of New York
      • Fikret K. Yegul, PhD, Harvard University

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Gerardo V. Aldana, PhD, Harvard University, Professor (Maya hieroglyphic history, Mesoamerican art, experimental archaeology, science studies, culture theory) Appointments in: Chicana and Chicano Studies, Anthropology
      • Colin R. Gardner, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (critical theory and integrative studies, film-philosophy, Deleuze and Guattari, minor literatures and Francophone Studies) Appointment in: Art
      • Bhaskar Sarkar, PhD, University of Southern California, Associate Professor (globalization and culture, post-colonial media theory, Indian cinema, Chinese cinema, trauma and history, risk cultures) Appointment in: Film and Media Studies
      • Sven Spieker, PhD, University of Oxford, Professor (modern and contemporary art and literature, with an emphasis on Eastern and Central Europe; avant-garde studies, especially Russian; intersections between critical theory and modern art/literature) Appointment in: Germanic and Slavic Studies
  • Library (Return to top)

    • University Librarian

  • Linguistics (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Mary Bucholtz, PhD, UC Berkeley (sociocultural linguistics; language and identity; American English and Spanish)
      • Anne H. Charity-Hudley
      • Bernard S. Comrie, PhD, University of Cambridge (language universals and typology; historical linguistics; languages of the Caucasus; languages of New Guinea)
      • John W. Du Bois, PhD, UC Berkeley (discourse and grammar; sociocultural linguistics; corpus linguistics; evolutionary linguistics; Mayan languages)
      • Carol E. Genetti, PhD, University of Oregon (language description, documentation, and conservation; clause linkage; typology; language change; Himalayan linguistics; Tibeto-Burman; Rhaeto-Romance)
      • Matthew K. Gordon, PhD, UC Los Angeles (phonetics; phonology; prosody; typology)
      • Stefan Th. Gries, PhD, University of Hamburg (corpus linguistics; quantitative methods in linguistics; cognitive and psycholinguistics)
      • Marianne Mithun, PhD, Yale University (morphology, syntax, discourse, prosody, and their interaction; contact; language change; typology; documentation; North American Indian and Austronesian linguistics)
    • Assistant Professors

      • Eric W. Campbell, PhD, University of Texas at Austin (Linguistic description and theory, phonology, morphology, historical linguistics, language documentation, linguistic typology, lexical semantics, lexicography, language and culture, Mesoamerica, Otomanguean languages)
      • Argyro Katsika, PhD, Yale University (phonetics, speech production, articulation, articulatory phonology, prosody)
      • Fermín Moscoso del Prado Martín, PhD, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands (psycholinguistics; quantitative linguistics; computational linguistics; cognitive modeling; statistics)
      • Lal Zimman, PhD, University of Colorado (sociocultural linguistics, sociophonetics, transgender & queer identities, language & embodiment)

      Senior Lecturers SOE

      • Jan M. Frodesen, PhD, UC Los Angeles (second language writing; pedagogical grammar; teacher education)

      Emeriti

      • Wallace L. Chafe, PhD, Yale University (Native American languages; discourse; prosody; language and thought; laughter)
      • Patricia M. Clancy, PhD, UC Berkeley (first language acquisition, language socialization, Japanese and Korean linguistics)
      • Charles Li, PhD, UC Berkeley (evolutionary origin of language; animal communication; language and brain)
      • Arthur M. Schwartz, PhD, Johns Hopkins University (syntax; language and gender; language acquisition)
      • Sandra A. Thompson, PhD, Ohio State University (morphosyntax; language typology; interactional linguistics; conversation analysis)

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Dorothy M. Chun, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (Second language acquisition, intonation (the melody and rhythm of language), computer-mediated communication for language learning, and learning and teaching with digital media) Appointment in: Education
      • W R. Garr, PhD, Yale University, Professor (Northwest Semitic languages, Hebrew Bible, ancient Near East) Appointment in: Religious Studies
      • Viola G. Miglio, PhD, University of Maryland, Professor (phonetics, phonology, language change, Basque, Germanic and Romance languages, literary translation, minority language rights and policy) Appointment in: Spanish and Portuguese
      • Eduardo Raposo, PhD, University of Lisbon, Professor (Spanish and Portuguese linguistics, comparative Romance grammar, syntax and semantics, generative grammar) Appointment in: Spanish and Portuguese
  • Materials (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Guillermo C. Bazan, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (organic materials, organometallic chemistry, polymer synthesis, photophysics) Joint Appointment: Chemistry and Biochemistry
      • Matthew Begley, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (mechanics of materials, layered and composite materials, computational mechanics, additive manufacturing and micro devices) Joint Appointment: Mechanical Engineering
      • Irene J. Beyerlein, PhD, Cornell University (structural mechanics of multi-phase micro- and nanostructured materials, design of metallic alloys) Joint Appointment: Mechanical Engineering
      • John E. Bowers, PhD, Stanford University (energy efficiency, optical devices and networks; silicon photonics, thermoelectrics, photovoltaics) Joint Appointments: Electrical and Computer Engineering,
      • Michael L. Chabinyc, PhD, Stanford University (organic semiconductors, thin film electronics, energy conversion using photovoltaics, characterization of thin films of polymers, x-ray scattering from polymers)
      • Steven P. Denbaars, PhD, University of Southern California (metalorganic chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD) of semiconductors, IR to blue lasers and LEDs, high power electronic materials and devices) Joint Appointment: Electrical and Computer Engineering
      • Craig J. Hawker, PhD, Cambridge University (synthetic polymer chemistry, nanotechnology, materials science) Joint Appointment: Chemistry and Biochemistry
      • Carlos G. Levi, PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (structural and inorganic materials: conceptual design of materials, synthesis and evolution of the microstructure during processing and service; implications to performance, especially in extreme environments) Joint Appointment: Mechanical Engineering
      • Robert McMeeking, PhD, Brown University (mechanics of materials, fracture mechanics, plasticity, computational mechanics, process modeling, cell mechanics) Joint Appointment: Mechanical Engineering
      • Shuji Nakamura, PhD, University of Tokushima (gallium nitride, blue lasers, white LEDs, solid state illumination, bulk GaN substrates)
      • Christopher J. Palmstrom, PhD, Leeds University (atomic level control of interfacial phenomena, in-situ STM, surface and thin film analysis, metallization of semiconductors, dissimilar materials epitaxial growth, molecular beam and chemical beam epitaxial growth of metallic compounds) Joint Appointment: Electrical and Computer Engineering
      • Philip A. Pincus, PhD, UC Berkeley (soft condensed matter theory) Joint Appointment: Physics
      • Tresa M. Pollock, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
      • Cyrus R. Safinya, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (biophysics, supramolecular assemblies of biological molecules, non-viral gene delivery systems) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • Omar A. Saleh, PhD, Princeton University (single-molecule biophysics, motor proteins, DNA-protein interactions) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Rachel A. Segalman, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (polymer design, self-assembly, and properties) Joint Appointment: Chemical Engineering
      • Ram Seshadri, PhD, Indian Institute of Science (inorganic materials, preparation and magnetism of bulk solids and nonoparticles, patterned materials) Joint Appointment: Chemistry and Biochemistry
      • James S. Speck, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (nitride semiconductors, III-V semiconductors, ferroelectric and high-K films, microstructural evolution, extended defects, transmission electron microscopy, X-ray diffraction)
      • Susanne Stemmer, PhD, Max-Planck-Institut (functional oxide thin films, structure-property relationships, scanning transmission electron microscopy and spectroscopy)
      • Galen Stucky, PhD, Iowa State University (biomaterials, composites, materials synthesis, electro-optical materials catalysis) Joint Appointment: Chemistry and Biochemistry
      • Christian G. Van de Walle, PhD, Stanford University (Novel electronic materials, wide-band-gap semiconductors, oxides)
      • Anton F. Van Der Ven, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (first-principles statistical mechanics methods, phase transformation mechanisms, electrochemical behavior and mechanical properties of materials)
      • Francis Zok, PhD, McMaster University (mechanical and thermal properties of materials and structures)
    • Associate Professors

      • Daniel S. Gianola, PhD, Johns Hopkins University (nanomechanical behavior of materials, tunable energy conversion, micro- and nanoelectronics, thermal management, and waste heat collection)
      • Stephen D. Wilson, PhD, University of Tennessee, Knoxville (strongly correlated electron/quantum materials, spin-orbit coupling and many-body electronic states in functional materials)

      Assistant Professors

      • Christopher M. Bates, PhD, University of Austin Texas (polymer mesostructure and dynamics, energy storage, and crystallization)
      • John W. Harter
      • Kunal Mukherjee, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (growth and electronic properties of compound semiconductors for optoelectronic, imaging, and energy conversion devices)

      Emeriti

      • Anthony Cheetham, PhD, Oxford University Joint Appointment: Chemistry and Biochemistry
      • David R. Clarke, PhD, Cambridge University Joint Appointment: Mechanical Engineering
      • Larry Coldren, PhD, Stanford University Joint Appointment: Electrical and Computer Engineering
      • Arthur Gossard, PhD, UC Berkeley Joint Appointment: Electrical and Computer Engineering
      • Alan J. Heeger, PhD, UC Berkeley Joint Appointment: Physics
      • Evelyn Hu, PhD, Columbia University Joint Appointment: Electrical and Computer Engineering
      • Jacob N. Israelachvili, PhD, University of Cambridge Joint Appointments: Chemical Engineering,
      • Herbert Kroemer, PhD, University of Göttingen, Germany Joint Appointment: Electrical and Computer Engineering
      • Noel C. Macdonald, PhD, UC Berkeley Joint Appointment: Mechanical Engineering
      • Frederick Milstein, PhD, UC Los Angeles Joint Appointment: Mechanical Engineering
      • George R. Odette, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Joint Appointment: Mechanical Engineering
      • Pierre M. Petroff, PhD, UC Berkeley Joint Appointment: Electrical and Computer Engineering
      • Fred Wudl, PhD, UC Los Angeles Joint Appointment: Chemistry and Biochemistry

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Glenn H. Fredrickson, PhD, Stanford University, Professor (statistical mechanics of soft matter, polymer theory, phase transitions, glass transitions, polymer technologies, energy and sustainable technologies) Appointment in: Chemical Engineering
  • Mathematics (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Adebisi Agboola, PhD, Columbia University (number theory, arithmetic geometry)
      • Charles A. Akemann, PhD, UC Berkeley (functional analysis)
      • Paul J. Atzberger, PhD, New York University (scientific computation, numerical analysis, stochastic analysis, multiscale methods, fluid mechanics, soft materials, biophysics)
      • Stephen J. Bigelow, PhD, UC Berkeley (low-dimensional topology)
      • Bjorn Birnir, PhD, New York University Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences (nonlinear partial differential equations)
      • Hector D. Ceniceros, PhD, New York University Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences (numerical analysis, computational fluid dynamics, and applied mathematics)
      • Daryl Cooper, PhD, Warwick University (geometric topology; hyperbolic geometry; group theory; projective geometry; non-standard analysis)
      • Xianzhe Dai, PhD, State University of New York, Stony Brook (differential geometry and geometric analysis)
      • Michael Freedman, PhD, Princeton University (Topology and Quantum Computation)
      • Carlos J. Garcia-Cervera, PhD, New York University (calculus of variations, materials science, complex fluids, quantum chemistry, density functional theory)
      • Kenneth R. Goodearl, PhD, University of Washington (algebra, functional analysis)
      • Birge Huisgen-Zimmerman, PhD, Ludwig Maximilians University (algebra; representation theory)
      • William B. Jacob, PhD, Princeton University (quadratic forms, division algebras)
      • D. D. Long, PhD, Cambridge University (low-dimensional topology)
      • Jonathan P. McCammond, PhD, UC Berkeley (geometric group theory and geometric combinatorics)
      • David R. Morrison, PhD, Harvard University (algebraic geometry and mathematical physics) Joint Appointment: Physics
      • Gustavo Ponce, PhD, New York University Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences (nonlinear partial differential equations)
      • Mihai Putinar, PhD, University of Bucharest (operator theory, complex analysis)
      • Thomas C. Sideris, PhD, Indiana University (nonlinear partial differential equations)
      • Jeffrey Stopple, PhD, UC San Diego (analytic number theory)
      • Zhenghan Wang, PhD, UC San Diego (Topology and Quantum Computation)
      • Guofang Wei, PhD, State University of New York, Stony Brook (differential geometry)
      • Rugang Ye, PhD, Bonn University (differential geometry, geometric analysis, geometric evolution equations, the Ricci Flow and geometrization of lower dimensional manifolds, geometry of special holonomy, mathematical physics)
      • Yitang Zhang
    • Associate Professors

      • Denis A. Labutin, PhD, Australian National University (functional spaces, potential theory, geometric analysis, spatial branching processes, partial differential equations)
      • Xu Yang, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison (Applied & Computational Mathematics)

      Assistant Professors

      • Kathleen C. Craig, PhD, Rutgers University (Applied Analysis)
      • Davit Harutyunyan
      • Xin Zhou, PhD, Stanford University (Differential Geometry, Geometric measure theory)
      • Hanming Zhou

      Senior Lecturers SOE

      • Maria Isabel Bueno Cachadina, PhD, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (linear algebra, numerical linear algebra, combinatorial matrix theory) Joint Appointment: College of Creative Studies

      Lecturers SOE

      • Christopher M. Ograin, PhD, UC Irvine (Mathematics education; Teacher education and professional development) Joint Appointment: Education

      Lecturers PSOE

      • Karel L. Casteels Joint Appointment: College of Creative Studies
      • Peter M. Garfield, PhD, University of Washington

      Emeriti

      • Seymour O. Bachmuth, PhD, New York University
      • Thomas K. Boehme, PhD, California Institute of Technology
      • Andrew M. Bruckner, PhD, UC Los Angeles
      • Michael G. Crandall, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • John E. Doner, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • John A. Ernest, PhD, University of Illinois
      • Larry J. Gerstein, PhD, University of Notre Dame
      • Eugene C. Johnsen, PhD, Ohio State University
      • Kenneth C. Millett, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison
      • John D. Moore, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • James B. Robertson, PhD, Indiana University
      • Melvin Rosenfeld, PhD, UC Los Angeles
      • Martin G. Scharlemann, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Stephen Simons, PhD, Cambridge University
      • James M. Sloss, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • David A. Sprecher, PhD, University of Maryland
      • Max L. Weiss, PhD, University of Washington
      • Raymond Y. Wong, PhD, Louisiana State University
      • Adil Yaqub, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Julius M. Zelmanowitz, PhD, University of Wisconsin

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Jean-Pierre Fouque, PhD, University of Paris 6, Professor (stochastic processes, stochastic partial differential equations, financial mathematics) Appointment in: Statistics and Applied Probability
      • Frederic G. Gibou, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (High resolution multi-scale simulation, scientific computing, tools and software for computational science and engineering, engineering applications) Appointments in: Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science
      • Jeffrey M. Moehlis, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (nonlinear dynamics, fluid mechanics, biological dynamics, applied mathematics) Appointment in: Mechanical Engineering
      • Linda R. Petzold, PhD, University of Illinois, Professor (modeling, simulation and data analysis of multiscale systems in systems biology, engineering and medicine) Appointments in: Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science
  • Mechanical Engineering (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Bassam A. Bamieh, PhD, Rice University (dynamic systems, controls, and robotics)
      • Matthew Begley, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (mechanics of materials, layered and composite materials, computational mechanics, additive manufacturing and micro devices) Joint Appointment: Materials
      • Glenn E. Beltz, PhD, Harvard University (Solid mechanics, fracture mechanics, stresses in thin films)
      • Irene J. Beyerlein, PhD, Cornell University (structural mechanics of multi-phase micro- and nanostructured materials, design of metallic alloys) Joint Appointment: Materials
      • Francesco Bullo, PhD, California Institute of Technology (multi-agent networks, robotic coordination, distributed computing, vehicle routing, geometric control, motion planning)
      • Kimberly L. Foster, PhD, Cornell University (microelectromechanical systems (MEMS),nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS) and bioMEMS, solid mechanics)
      • Frederic G. Gibou, PhD, UC Los Angeles (High resolution multi-scale simulation, scientific computing, tools and software for computational science and engineering, engineering applications) Joint Appointment: Computer Science
      • Carlos G. Levi, PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (structural and inorganic materials: conceptual design of materials, synthesis and evolution of the microstructure during processing and service; implications to performance, especially in extreme environments) Joint Appointment: Materials
      • Eric Matthys, PhD, California Institute of Technology (Heat transfer, Fluid mechanics, Rheology, Energy, Sustainability)
      • Robert McMeeking, PhD, Brown University (mechanics of materials, fracture mechanics, plasticity, computational mechanics, process modeling, cell mechanics) Joint Appointment: Materials
      • Eckart H. Meiburg, PhD, University of Karlsruhe (fluid dynamics, two-phase flows, environmental and geophysical fluid mechanics)
      • Carl D. Meinhart, PhD, University of Illinois (Microfluidics, Chemical Detection, Numerical Simulation, Multiphysics Simulation)
      • Igor Mezic, PhD, California Institute of Technology (applied mechanics, non-linear dynamics, fluid mechanics, applied mathematics)
      • Jeffrey M. Moehlis, PhD, UC Berkeley (nonlinear dynamics, fluid mechanics, biological dynamics, applied mathematics)
      • Sumita Pennathur, PhD, Stanford University (application of microfabrication techniques and micro/nanoscale flow phenomena)
      • Linda R. Petzold, PhD, University of Illinois (modeling, simulation and data analysis of multiscale systems in systems biology, engineering and medicine) Joint Appointment: Computer Science
      • Henry T. Yang, PhD, Cornell University (Computational Solid Mechanics, Composite Materials; Structural Dynamics & Finite Element Analysis)
    • Associate Professors

      • Ted D. Bennett, PhD, UC Berkeley (thermal science, laser processing)
      • Samantha H. Daly, PhD, California Institute of Technology (mechanics of materials, development of small-scale experimental methods, effects of microstructure on the meso and macroscopic properties of materials, active materials, composites, fatigue, plasticity, fracture)
      • Megan T. Valentine, PhD, Harvard University (single-molecule biophysics, cell mechanics, motor proteins, biomaterials)

      Assistant Professors

      • Otger Campas, PhD, Curie Institute (Paris) & the University of Barcelona (cell and tissue morphogenesis, biological physics, mechanobiology)
      • Elliot W. Hawkes
      • Bolin Liao
      • Paolo Luzzatto-Fegiz, PhD, Cornell University (wind farm aerodynamics, hydrodynamic drag reduction, instrumentation for oceanography)

      Lecturers PSOE

      • Tyler G. Susko, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Mechanical and Product Design, Engineering Education, Rehabilitation Robotics, human-machine interaction)

      Emeriti

      • Sanjoy Banerjee, PhD, University of Waterloo Joint Appointment: Chemical Engineering
      • John C. Bruch, PhD, Stanford University
      • David R. Clarke, PhD, Cambridge University Joint Appointment: Materials
      • Roy S. Hickman, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • George Homsy, PhD, University of Illinois
      • Keith Kedward, PhD, University of Wales
      • Wilbert Lick, PhD, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
      • Gene Lucas, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Joint Appointment: Chemical Engineering
      • Noel C. Macdonald, PhD, UC Berkeley Joint Appointment: Materials
      • Ekkehard Marschall, Dr Ing, Technische Hochschule Hannover
      • Stephen R. McLean, PhD, University of Washington
      • Frederick Milstein, PhD, UC Los Angeles Joint Appointment: Materials
      • Thomas P. Mitchell, PhD, California Institute of Technology
      • George R. Odette, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Joint Appointment: Materials
      • Bradley Paden, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Theofanis G. Theofanous, PhD, University of Minnesota Joint Appointment: Chemical Engineering
      • Marshall Tulin, MS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
      • Walter W. Yuen, PhD, UC Berkeley

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Paul J. Atzberger, PhD, New York University, Professor (scientific computation, numerical analysis, stochastic analysis, multiscale methods, fluid mechanics, soft materials, biophysics) Appointment in: Mathematics
      • Katherine A. Byl, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Associate Professor (robotics, autonomous systems, dynamics, control, manipulation, locomotion, machine learning) Appointment in: Electrical and Computer Engineering
      • Hector D. Ceniceros, PhD, New York University Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Professor (numerical analysis, computational fluid dynamics, and applied mathematics) Appointment in: Mathematics
      • Joao P. Hespanha, PhD, Yale University, Professor (switching and logic in control systems, coordination and control of groups of unmanned air vehicles (UAVs), distributed control over communication networks (aka networked control systems), modeling and control of communication networks, control of robots using machine vision, and stochastic modeling in biology) Appointment in: Electrical and Computer Engineering
      • Patricia A. Holden, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (pathogens in the environment, microbial ecology of pollutant degradation, soil microbiology) Appointment in: Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
      • Arturo A. Keller, PhD, Stanford University, Professor (water quality management and modeling, fate and transport of pollutants, groundwater protection and remediation, contaminant treatment technologies, watershed management, environmental implications and applications of nanotechnology) Appointment in: Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
      • Kevin W. Plaxco, PhD, California Institute of Technology, Professor (biochemistry, protein folding, biomolecular engineering) Appointments in: Chemistry and Biochemistry, Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Yon Visell, PhD, McGill University, Assistant Professor (Haptics, robotics, sensors, virtual reality, interactive technologies) Appointments in: Media Arts and Technology Program, Electrical and Computer Engineering
      • Libe Washburn, PhD, UC San Diego, Professor (physical oceanography, ocean turbulence and mixing processes, ocean bio/optics, air-sea interaction and marine pollution, marine ecology, interdisciplinary oceanography, ocean remote sensing) Appointment in: Geography
  • Media Arts and Technology Program (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Lisa Jevbratt, MFA, San Jose State University (digital media, art, network, Net art, interactive media) Joint Appointment: Art
      • Joann C. Kuchera-Morin, PhD, University of Rochester (electronic and computer-generated music) Joint Appointment: Music
      • George T. Legrady, MFA, San Francisco Art Institute (interactive digital media, data visualization)
      • Marcos J. Novak, M.Arch, Ohio State University (Certificate of Specialization in Computer Aided Architectural Design, transarchitectures, virtual environments and worldmaking, digital sculpture, algorithmic composition, transvergence)
      • Marko Peljhan, Diploma, University of Ljublijana, Slovenia (interdisciplinary studies, systemics, tactical media, digital media, performance)
      • Curtis Roads, PhD, University of Paris VIII (music composition, microsound synthesis, graphical synthesis, sound analysis and transformation, sound spatialization, history of electronic music)
      • Matthew A. Turk, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (computer vision and imaging, human computer interaction, augmented reality, artificial intelligence) Joint Appointment: Computer Science
    • Assistant Professors

      • Yon Visell, PhD, McGill University (Haptics, robotics, sensors, virtual reality, interactive technologies) Joint Appointment: Electrical and Computer Engineering

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Clarence F. Barlow, LTCL, Trinity College, Professor (composition) Appointment in: Music
      • Tobias H. Hollerer, PhD, Columbia University, Professor (human computer interaction; augmented reality; virtual reality; visualization; computer graphics; 3D displays and interaction; wearable and ubiquitous computing) Appointment in: Computer Science
      • Lisa Jevbratt, MFA, San Jose State University, Professor (digital media, art, network, Net art, interactive media) Appointments in: Art, Media Arts and Technology Program
      • Chandra Krintz, PhD, UC San Diego, Professor (programming systems, dynamic and adaptive program analysis and optimization, Internet of Things (IOT), web services, distributed systems, cloud computing) Appointment in: Computer Science
      • Alan Y. Liu, PhD, Stanford University, Professor (Romantic literature, literary theory, literature and information culture) Appointment in: English
      • W. Patrick McCray, PhD, University of Arizona, Professor (history of science and technology; Cold War) Appointment in: History
      • Pradeep Sen, PhD, Stanford University, Associate Professor (computer graphics and imaging) Appointment in: Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Dennis O. Clegg, PhD, UC Berkeley (molecular and cellular neurobiology; stem cell biology and engineering; ocular disease) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Frederick W. Dahlquist, PhD, California Institute of Technology (relationships between protein structure and function and the phenomenon of chemotaxis in bacteria; biochemistry) Joint Appointment: Chemistry and Biochemistry
      • Anthony W. de Tomaso, PhD, Washington University (cell biology, developmental biology, immunology, transplantation biology, stem cell biology, regeneration, genetics, genomics)
      • Stuart C. Feinstein, PhD, UC San Francisco (molecular cell biology and neurobiology)
      • Ruth Finkelstein, PhD, Indiana University (plant biology)
      • Christopher S. Hayes, PhD, University of Connecticut (molecular biology of inter-bacterial competition, type V and VI secretion systems, biochemistry of toxin-immunity protein pairs) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Kenneth S. Kosik, MD, Medical College of Pennsylvania (neurodegeneration, biophysics of neuroconnectivity, stem cells, synaptic plasticity, microRNAs, evolution of the nervous system) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • David A. Low, PhD, UC Irvine (microbial biology, cellular communication, contact-dependent growth inhibition, antimicrobials, bacteriophage engineering, epigenetic regulation) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Michael J. Mahan, PhD, University of Utah (microbial pathogenesis; molecular mechanisms of infectious disease, antibiotc resistance, and sepsis; vaccine development) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Jamey D. Marth, PhD, University of Washington (nanomedicine and bioengineering to explore fundamental biology, construct new approaches to disease diagnosis, and develop effective means for disease prevention, therapy, and cure) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Denise J. Montell, PhD, Stanford University (biomedical sciences; developmental & stem cell biology) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Craig Montell, PhD, UC Los Angeles (biomedical sciences; neuroscience) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Joel H. Rothman, PhD, University of Oregon (biochemical and genetic studies of cellular differentiation and reprogramming; regulation of cell signaling, proliferation, and death) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Cyrus R. Safinya, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (biophysics, supramolecular assemblies of biological molecules, non-viral gene delivery systems) Joint Appointment: Materials
      • William Smith, PhD, UC Santa Cruz (developmental biology of marine invertebrate chordates) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • James A. Thomson, PhD, University of Pennsylvania (developmental biology; stem cell research)
      • J. H. Waite, PhD, Duke University (comparative biochemistry, marine biomolecular materials, micro and nanomechanics, bioadhesion) Joint Appointments: Chemistry and Biochemistry,
      • Thomas Weimbs, PhD, University of Cologne (epithelial cell polarity, vesicle traffic, membrane fusion, polycystic kidney disease)
    • Associate Professors

      • Rolf E. Christoffersen, PhD, UC Los Angeles (plant molecular biology) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Kathleen R. Foltz, PhD, Purdue University (cellular and molecular biology, marine invertebrate development)
      • John Lew, PhD, University of Calgary (biochemistry, molecular biology, enzymology) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Dzwokai Ma, PhD, UC Berkeley (cell biology and neuroscience)
      • Stephen J. Poole, PhD, UC San Diego (developmental biology, genetics, molecular biology)

      Assistant Professors

      • Diego F. Acosta-Alvear, PhD, New York University (molecular and cellular biology, genetics and genomics, cellular stress response networks)
      • Carolina Arias Gonzalez, PhD, New York University (virus-host interactions; microbiology and immunology, biomedical sciences, cell biology)
      • Michael Goard, PhD, UC Berkeley (neuroscience) Joint Appointment: Psychological and Brain Sciences
      • Matthieu R. Louis, PhD, University of Cambridge (systems biology, systems neuroscience, behavioral neurogenetics)
      • Julie H. Simpson, PhD, UC Berkeley (neuroscience and genetics)

      Senior Lecturers SOE

      • Douglas A. Thrower, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (pharmacology, cancer cell biology, biochemistry, genetics, microtubules)

      Emeriti

      • John A. Carbon, PhD, Northwestern University (biochemistry)
      • Louise B. Clarke, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (biochemistry, genetics)
      • James B. Cooper, PhD, Washington University Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Diane D. Eardley, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Steven K. Fisher, PhD, Purdue University (neu­robiology)
      • David M. Kohl, PhD, State University of New York, Buffalo
      • Daniel E. Morse, PhD, Albert Einstein College of Medicine (molecular biology, bio-nanotechnology, biomolecular materials, marine biotechnology, biophotonics) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Eduardo Orias, PhD, University of Michigan (genetics; genomics)
      • Ian K. Ross, PhD, McGill University (cell biology, mycology)
      • Charles E. Samuel, PhD, UC Berkeley Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Duane W. Sears, PhD, Columbia University Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Carol A. Vandenberg, PhD, UC San Diego Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Leslie Wilson, PhD, Tufts University (microtubule dynamics, functions, and anticancer drug mechanisms) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Otger Campas, PhD, Curie Institute (Paris) & the University of Barcelona, Assistant Professor (cell and tissue morphogenesis, biological physics, mechanobiology) Appointment in: Mechanical Engineering
      • Tod E. Kippin, PhD, Concordia University, Professor (neuroscience and behavior) Appointment in: Psychological and Brain Sciences
      • Benjamin E. Reese, PhD, University of Oxford, Professor (development and organization of the visual system, developmental neurobiology and neuroplasticity) Appointment in: Psychological and Brain Sciences
      • Karen K. Szumlinski, PhD, Albany Medical College, Professor (neuropsychopharmacology, neurobiology of addiction, alcoholism and related disorders, behavioral neuroscience) Appointment in: Psychological and Brain Sciences
      • Thomas L. Turner, PhD, UC Davis, Associate Professor (population and quantitative genetics, genetic basis of adaptation and speciation, functional analysis of natural variation, systems biology of adaptation) Appointments in: Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology
  • Music (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Jill Felber, MA, Bowling Green State University (contemporary classical music, chamber music, flute literature and pedagogy)
      • Clarence F. Barlow, LTCL, Trinity College (composition)
      • Paul M. Berkowitz, Diploma, Curtis Institute of Music (piano and chamber music)
      • Benjamin H. Brecher, MM, Bowling Green State University (voice)
      • Timothy J. Cooley, PhD, Brown University (Eastern European folk music; American vernacular music; music and tourism; music and surfing)
      • Steven L. Gross, DMA, University of Cincinnati (French horn and brass; Baroque performance practice)
      • Robert J. Koenig, MM, Curtis Institute of Music (collaborative piano)
      • Joann C. Kuchera-Morin, PhD, University of Rochester (electronic and computer-generated music) Joint Appointment: Media Arts and Technology Program
      • Scott L. Marcus, PhD, UC Los Angeles (ethnomusicology)
      • Lee A. Rothfarb, PhD, Yale University (analysis of 18th-19th century repertoire (Bach and Handel through Brahms and Bruckner) history of music theory, 19th-century German aesthetics)
    • Associate Professors

      • Ruth M. Hellier-Tinoco, PhD, Birmingham Conservatoire, University of Central England, UK (performance studies, ethnomusicology, theater studies, dance anthropology, Latin American studies)
      • Derek H. Katz, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (Czech music, opera, nationalism and modernism)
      • Benjamin R. Levy
      • David E. Novak, PhD, Columbia University (ethnomusicology)
      • David C. Paul, PhD, UC Berkeley (musicology and theory)
      • Stefanie S. Tcharos, PhD, Princeton University (Baroque opera and related vocal genres, 17th- and early 18th-century music, aesthetics of reception)

      Assistant Professors

      • Isabel Bayrakdarian
      • Janet E. Bourne
      • Martha A. Sprigge, PhD, University of Chicago (Musicology Program,Germany and Eastern Europe, post-1945, Memory and Trauma Studies)

      Emeriti

      • Emma Lou Diemer, PhD, Eastman School of Music
      • Joel S. Feigin, DMA, Juilliard School (Composition, Composition Program)
      • Michel M. Gervais, BM, University of Alberta
      • John Gillespie
      • Dolores M. Hsu, PhD, University of Southern California (19th-century music, music criticism, ethnomusicology)
      • William Kraft, MA, Columbia University (composition)
      • Elizabeth Mannion, BA, University of Washington
      • Betty Oberacker, DMA, Ohio State University
      • Aljandro E. Planchart, PhD, Harvard University (medieval and renaissance music, collegium musicum)
      • William F. Prizer, PhD, University of North Carolina (medieval, renaissance and early baroque music)
      • Geoffrey B. Rutkowski, PhD, University of Southern California
      • Pieter C. Van Den Toorn, PhD, UC Berkeley (music theory; Stravinsky specialist)
      • Yuval Yaron, Artist's Diploma, Indiana University
      • Carl B. Zytowski, MA, University of Washington

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Jon D. Cruz, PhD, UC Berkeley, Associate Professor (social theory, culture, race and ethnicity, knowledge) Appointment in: Sociology
      • George R. Lipsitz, PhD, University of Wisconsin , Professor (social movements, urban culture, inequality, race, culture, 20th-century history) Appointments in: Black Studies, Sociology
      • Dwight F. Reynolds, PhD, University of Pennsylvania, Professor (Arabic languages and literatures, folklore and folklife) Appointment in: Religious Studies
      • Curtis Roads, PhD, University of Paris VIII, Professor (music composition, microsound synthesis, graphical synthesis, sound analysis and transformation, sound spatialization, history of electronic music) Appointment in: Media Arts and Technology Program
  • Philosophy (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • C A. Anderson, PhD, UC Los Angeles (logic, metaphysics, epistemology, philosophy of religion)
      • Matthew Hanser, PhD, UC Los Angeles (ethics, philosophy of law, philosophy of action)
      • Thomas A. Holden, PhD, University of North Carolina (history of early modern philosophy, metaphysics)
      • Daniel Z. Korman
      • Christopher A. McMahon, PhD, University of Pittsburgh (political and social philosophy, moral philosophy)
      • Nathan Salmon, PhD, UC Los Angeles (philosophy of language, philosophy of logic, metaphysics)
      • Voula Tsouna, PhD, Université de Paris X (ancient philosophy)
    • Associate Professors

      • Kevin T. Falvey, PhD, University of Minnesota (philosophy of mind, philosophy of action, epistemology)
      • Teresa Robertson, PhD, Princeton University (philosophy of language and metaphysics)
      • Aaron Z. Zimmerman, PhD, Cornell University (epistemology, ethics, philosophy of mind)

      Assistant Professors

      • E. Sonny Elizondo, PhD, UC Los Angeles (moral philosophy and Kant)

      Emeriti

      • Donald W. Crawford, PhD, University of Wisconsin
      • Francis W. Dauer, PhD, Harvard University
      • Herbert Fingarette, PhD, UC Los Angeles
      • J W. Forgie, PhD, Cornell University

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Stanley B. Klein, PhD, Harvard University, Professor (social cognition, mental representation of self, memory, evolutionary psychology and philosophy) Appointment in: Psychological and Brain Sciences
      • Andrew Norris, PhD, UC Berkeley, Associate Professor (political philosophy) Appointment in: Political Science
  • Physics (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Robert R. Antonucci, PhD, UC Santa Cruz (experimental observational astrophysics)
      • Leon Balents, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (theoretical condensed matter physics)
      • David E. Berenstein, PhD, University of Texas, Austin (string theory, quantum field theory, theoretical physics)
      • Lars Bildsten, PhD, Cornell University (theoretical astrophysics)
      • Omer M. Blaes, PhD, International School for Advanced Studies of Trieste (theoretical astrophysics)
      • Dirk Bouwmeester, PhD, University of Leiden (experimental condensed matter physics, quantum optics, and quantum information science)
      • Frank L. Brown, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (theoretical /biophysical chemistry) Joint Appointment: Chemistry and Biochemistry
      • Claudio F. Campagnari, PhD, Yale University (experimental high energy physics)
      • Jean M. Carlson, PhD, Cornell University (theoretical condensed matter physics)
      • Zvonimir Dogic
      • Douglas M. Eardley, PhD, UC Berkeley (theoretical gravitational physics)
      • Matthew P. Fisher, PhD, University of Illinios (theoretical condensed matter physics)
      • Steven B. Giddings, PhD, Princeton University (theoretical high energy and gravitational physics)
      • David Gross, PhD, UC Berkeley (particle physics theory)
      • Carl Gwinn, PhD, Princeton University (observational astrophysics)
      • Elisabeth G. Gwinn, PhD, Harvard University (experimental condensed matter physics)
      • Gary Horowitz, PhD, University of Chicago (theoretical gravitational physics)
      • Joseph R. Incandela, PhD, University of Chicago (experimental high energy physics)
      • Ania Bleszynski Jayich, PhD, Harvard University (experimental condensed matter physics)
      • Philip Lubin, PhD, UC Berkeley (experimental astrophysics)
      • Andreas W. Ludwig, PhD, UC Santa Barbara (theoretical condensed matter physics)
      • Donald M. Marolf, PhD, University of Texas, Austin (theoretical gravitational physics)
      • Crystal L. Martin, PhD, University of Arizona (observational astrophysics)
      • John Martinis, PhD, UC Berkeley (experimental condensed matter physics)
      • Benjamin A. Mazin, PhD, California Institute of Technology (experimental astophysics)
      • David R. Morrison, PhD, Harvard University (algebraic geometry and mathematical physics) Joint Appointment: Mathematics
      • Chetan Nayak, PhD, Princeton University (theoretical condensed matter physics)
      • Harry N. Nelson, PhD, Stanford University (experimental particle physics)
      • Siang Peng Oh, PhD, Princeton University (theoretical astrophysics)
      • Philip A. Pincus, PhD, UC Berkeley (soft condensed matter theory) Joint Appointment: Materials
      • Jeffrey D. Richman, PhD, California Institute of Technology (experimental high energy particle physics)
      • Joan-Emma Shea, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (theoretical biophysical chemistry) Joint Appointment: Chemistry and Biochemistry
      • Mark Sherwin, PhD, UC Berkeley (experimental condensed matter physics)
      • Boris I. Shraiman, PhD, Harvard University (theoretical biophysics)
      • Mark Srednicki, PhD, Stanford University (theoretical particle physics)
      • David D. Stuart, PhD, UC Davis (experimental high energy physics)
      • Pierre E. Wiltzius, PhD, E.T.H. Zurich (soft condensed matter and complex fluids)
      • Anthony Zee, PhD, Harvard University (theoretical particle physics)
    • Associate Professors

      • Deborah K. Fygenson, PhD, Princeton University (experimental biophysics) Joint Appointment: Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Joseph F. Hennawi
      • Everett A. Lipman, PhD, UC Berkeley (experimental biological physics)
      • Benjamin Monreal, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (experimental high energy physics, nuclear physics, astrophysics)
      • Wim van Dam, PhD, University of Amsterdam (theory of quantum computation) Joint Appointment: Computer Science
      • Cenke Xu, PhD, UC Berkeley (theoretical condensed matter physics)

      Assistant Professors

      • Timothy D. Brandt
      • Nathaniel J. Craig
      • Xi Dong
      • Andrew M. Jayich
      • David S. Patterson
      • David M. Weld, PhD, Stanford University (experimental atomic, molecular, and optical physics)
      • Andrea F. Young

      Lecturers SOE

      • Tengiz Bibilashvili Joint Appointment: College of Creative Studies
      • Sathya Guruswamy, PhD, University of Rochester (theoretical condensed matter physics) Joint Appointment: College of Creative Studies

      Emeriti

      • Guenter Ahlers, PhD, UC Berkeley (experimental condensed matter physics)
      • S J. Allen, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (experimental condensed matter physics)
      • Paul H. Barrett, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • David S. Cannell, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (experimental condensed matter physics)
      • Robert M. Eisberg, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Jose R. Fulco, PhD, University of Buenos Aires
      • Leonard Hall
      • Paul K. Hansma, PhD, UC Berkeley (experimental biophysics)
      • James B. Hartle, PhD, California Institute of Technology (theoretical gravitational physics)
      • Alan J. Heeger, PhD, UC Berkeley Joint Appointment: Materials
      • Daniel W. Hone, PhD, University of Illinois
      • Vincent Jaccarino, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
      • James S. Langer, PhD, University of Birmingham (theoretical condensed matter physics)
      • Rollin J. Morrison, PhD, University of Illinois
      • Joseph G. Polchinski, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Francesc S. Roig, PhD, University of Massachusetts (mathematical physics) Joint Appointment: College of Creative Studies
      • Raymond F. Sawyer, PhD, Harvard University
      • Douglas J. Scalapino, PhD, Stanford University (theoretical condensed matter physics)
      • Robert Schrieffer, PhD, University of Illinois
      • Robert Sugar, PhD, Princeton University (theoretical particle physics)

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Cyrus R. Safinya, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Professor (biophysics, supramolecular assemblies of biological molecules, non-viral gene delivery systems) Appointments in: Materials, Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
  • Political Science (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Bruce Bimber, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (political communication, political behavior, collective action, digital media)
      • Kathleen Bruhn, PhD, Stanford University (comparative politics, Latin America)
      • Benjamin J. Cohen, PhD, Columbia University (international relations, international political economy)
      • Paige E. Digeser, PhD, Johns Hopkins University (political theory)
      • Hahrie C. Han, PhD, Stanford University (American politics, environmental politics, political organizations, civic and political engagement, politics of social policy, political behavior)
      • M. Kent Jennings, PhD, University of North Carolina (political socialization, public opinion and political participation, methodology)
      • Cynthia S. Kaplan, PhD, Columbia University (comparative politics, ethnicity, surveys, political behavior, qualitative methods, Russia, Estonia, Kazakhstan)
      • Pei-Te Lien, PhD, University of Florida (race, ethnicity, and gender; transnationalism; Asian American politics)
      • Eric R. Smith, PhD, UC Berkeley (environmental politics and policy, public opinion, voting behavior, Congress)
      • John T. Woolley, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison (American politics, the American presidency, public policy, political economy)
    • Associate Professors

      • Amit Ahuja, PhD, University of Michigan (comparative politics, ethnic politics, security studies, South Asia)
      • Bridget L. Coggins, PhD, Ohio State University (international order, security, civil war, state collapse)
      • Laurie A. Freeman, PhD, UC Berkeley (comparative politics, Japan)
      • Andrew Norris, PhD, UC Berkeley (political philosophy)
      • Heather M. Stoll, PhD, Stanford University (comparative politics, political parties and elections, political institutions, quantitative methods)

      Assistant Professors

      • Narayani N. Lasala Blanco, PhD, Columbia University (American politics, identity, Latino politics, immigration, U.S. racial and ethnic politics, public opinion and political behavior)
      • Matto Mildenberger, PhD, Yale University (climate environmental politics, comparative public policy, political behavior, methodology)
      • Neil Narang, PhD, University of California San Diego (international relations, international security, civil war, conflict management, political violence, quantitative methods)
      • Leah C. Stokes, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (environmental and energy politics, public policy, political behavior, methodology)

      Emeriti

      • Gayle Binion, PhD, UC Los Angeles
      • Haruhiro Fukui
      • Michael Gordon, PhD, Harvard University
      • Alan P. Liu, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
      • Lorraine M. McDonnell, PhD, Stanford University
      • Peter H. Merkl, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • John E. Moore, PhD, Princeton University,
      • Arnold E. Nash, PhD, Harvard University
      • Robert C. Noel, PhD, Northwestern University
      • Thomas S. Schrock, PhD, University of Chicago
      • M. Stephen Weatherford, PhD, Stanford University

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Sarah E. Anderson, PhD, Stanford University, Associate Professor (environmental politics and public policy,American politics, legislatures, political parties, and statistical methods) Appointment in: Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
      • Kevin B. Anderson, PhD, City University of New York, Professor (social and political theory; class, race, gender & sexuality theory; cultural and religious studies; development and social change; Middle Eastern studies; criminological theory) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Edwina Barvosa, PhD, Harvard University, Associate Professor (Chicana/Latina feminist thought; political philosophy; gender studies) Appointment in: Feminist Studies
      • Alison Brysk, PhD, Stanford University, Professor (human rights, global governance, civil society, Latin American politics, indigenous rights) Appointment in: Global Studies
      • Mark T. Buntaine, PhD, Duke University, Assistant Professor (international relations and environmental policy) Appointment in: Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
      • Fernando Lopez-Alves, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (comparative historical sociology, comparative politics, globalization. Latin American politics, organized labor) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Kathleen M. Moore, PhD, University of Massachusetts , Professor (immigration, Muslim communities in the West, religion and law, Islamic law, civil rights and liberties, cultural pluralism, cultural studies) Appointment in: Religious Studies
      • Michael S. Stohl, PhD, Northwestern University, Professor (globalization, international organizations and political communication with special reference to terrorism and human rights) Appointment in: Communication
  • Psychological and Brain Sciences (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • F. Gregory Ashby, PhD, Purdue University (cognitive neuroscience, categorization, attention, decision processes in perception and cognition, mathematical psychology)
      • Nancy L. Collins, PhD, University of Southern California (close relationships, interpersonal perception, social support, health psychology, multivariate statistics)
      • Leda Cosmides, PhD, Harvard University (evolutionary psychology, cognition, domain-specific reasoning)
      • Miguel P. Eckstein, PhD, UC Los Angeles (computational models of human vision, visual search, attention, perceptual learning, perception of medical images)
      • Aaron Ettenberg, PhD, McGill University (behavioral neuroscience, psychopharmacology, neurobiology of drug abuse, biological basis of reinforcement and motivation)
      • Michael Gazzaniga, PhD, California Institute of Technology (cognitive neuroscience, consciousness, neuroethics)
      • Tamsin C. German, PhD, University College London (cognitive development, developmental psychology, neuropsychology)
      • Barry L. Giesbrecht, PhD, University of Alberta (visual attention; attentional control; multitasking; exercise, physical stress, and cognition; cognitive neuroscience)
      • Scott T. Grafton, MD, University of Southern California (cognition, perception and cognitive neuroscience)
      • Mary Hegarty, PhD, Carnegie Mellon University (spatial cognition, individual differences, diagrammatic reasoning and comprehension)
      • Heejung Kim, PhD, Stanford University (cultural psychology, cultural neuroscience, self-expression, social support, choice)
      • Tod E. Kippin, PhD, Concordia University (neuroscience and behavior)
      • Stanley B. Klein, PhD, Harvard University (social cognition, mental representation of self, memory, evolutionary psychology and philosophy)
      • Diane M. Mackie, PhD, Princeton University (intergroup processes, persuasion, social influence, emotion, social perception)
      • Brenda N. Major, PhD, Purdue University (prejudice and self-esteem, coping with stress, psychology of legitimacy)
      • Richard Mayer, PhD, University of Michigan (human learning, problem-solving, educational psychology, human-computer interaction, multimedia learning, mathematical and scientific reasoning)
      • Michael B. Miller, PhD, Dartmouth College (cognitive neuroscience, human memory and decision-making, functional magnetic resonance imaging)
      • Shelly L. Gable, PhD, University of Rochester (motivation, emotion, close relationships)
      • Benjamin E. Reese, PhD, University of Oxford (development and organization of the visual system, developmental neurobiology and neuroplasticity)
      • James R. Roney, PhD, University of Chicago (evolutionary psychology and human behavioral endocrinology)
      • Jonathan W. Schooler, PhD, University of Washington (consciousness, memory, social cognition)
      • David Sherman, PhD, Stanford University (self, political polarization, social support, health psychology)
      • Karen K. Szumlinski, PhD, Albany Medical College (neuropsychopharmacology, neurobiology of addiction, alcoholism and related disorders, behavioral neuroscience)
    • Associate Professors

      • Alan J. Fridlund, PhD, University of Mississippi (social interaction, evolution and neurology of social behavior, social psychophysiology, sexology, psychopathology)
      • Skirmantas Janusonis, PhD, University of Massachusetts, Amherst (developmental and systems neuroscience)

      Assistant Professors

      • Daniel T. Conroy-Beam
      • Michael Goard, PhD, UC Berkeley (neuroscience) Joint Appointments: Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
      • Emily Jacobs, PhD, University of California, Berkeley (cognitive neuroscience, women's health, endocrinology, reproductive aging)
      • Zoe E. Liberman
      • Kyle G. Ratner, PhD, New York University (intergroup relations, social perception, social neuroscience, health psychology)

      Lecturers PSOE

      • Vanessa E. Woods

      Emeriti

      • James J. Blascovich, PhD, University of Nevada, Reno
      • Daphne E. Bugental, PhD, UC Los Angeles
      • John W. Cotton, PhD, Indiana University Joint Appointment: Education
      • John Foley, PhD, Columbia University
      • David L. Hamilton, PhD, University of Illinois, Urbana (social cognition, social perception)
      • Jerry W. Higgins, PhD, University of Michigan
      • Gerald Jacobs, PhD, Indiana University (visual neuroscience)
      • Jack M. Loomis, PhD, University of Michigan
      • Loy D. Lytle, PhD, Princeton University
      • David M. Messick, PhD, University of North Carolina
      • Russell Revlin, PhD, Carnegie Mellon University
      • A. Robert Sherman, PhD, Yale University

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Elizabeth R. Chrastil, PhD, Brown University, Assistant Professor (spatial cognition; spatial neuroscience; navigation; cognition and behavior; perception and action) Appointment in: Geography
      • Richard P. Duran, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (ESL; Reading education; Educational measurement; Bilingualism Educational assessment; Design and evaluation of literacy interventions for at-risk students, Educational testing; Learning; Bilingual education; Secondary education; Urban education; Educational technology; Cognitive psychology: cognition, intelligence, memory; Psychosocial development) Appointment in: Education
      • Hsiu-Zu Ho, PhD, University of Colorado, Professor (Comparative education; Mathematics education; Multicultural education; Educational psychology; Early childhood education; Child development) Appointment in: Education
      • Kyle Lewis, Professor Appointment in: Technology Management Program
      • Daniel R. Montello, PhD, Arizona State University, Professor (spatial, environmental, and geographic perception/cognition/affect/behavior, cognitive issues in cartography and GIS, environmental psychology and behavioral geography) Appointment in: Geography
      • Fermín Moscoso del Prado Martín, PhD, University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands, Assistant Professor (psycholinguistics; quantitative linguistics; computational linguistics; cognitive modeling; statistics) Appointment in: Linguistics
      • John Tooby, PhD, Harvard University, Professor (evolutionary psychology, evolutionary biology, cognitive psychology; social psychology, economics, hominid-behavioral evolution, behavioral ecology, evolutionary genetics) Appointment in: Anthropology
  • Religious Studies (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Janet Afary, PhD, University of Michigan (Middle East religious history, modern Iran, gender and sexuality in modern Middle East)
      • Ahmad A. Ahmad, PhD, Harvard University (Islamic intellectual history, Islamic law, and Islamic political philosophy)
      • Jose I. Cabezon, PhD, University of Wisconsin (Tibetan Buddhism, Indo-Tibetan Buddhist philosophy, Buddhism and popular culture, sexuality and gender studies, theoretical issues in the study of Tibet)
      • Thomas A. Carlson, PhD, University of Chicago (Christianity and culture, religion and philosophy)
      • W R. Garr, PhD, Yale University (Northwest Semitic languages, Hebrew Bible, ancient Near East)
      • Richard Hecht, PhD, UC Los Angeles (Judaic studies; history of religions)
      • Barbara A. Holdrege, PhD, Harvard University (comparative history of religions, South Asian religions, Judaic studies)
      • Kathleen M. Moore, PhD, University of Massachusetts (immigration, Muslim communities in the West, religion and law, Islamic law, civil rights and liberties, cultural pluralism, cultural studies)
      • Fabio Rambelli, PhD, University of Venice and Oriental University Institute, Naples (Japanese religions and intellectual history, Buddhist studies, Shinto studies; semiotics; transnational intellectual networks in East Asia) Joint Appointment: East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies
      • Dwight F. Reynolds, PhD, University of Pennsylvania (Arabic languages and literatures, folklore and folklife)
      • Ann Taves, PhD, University of Chicago (American religious history; history of modern Christianity; theory and method in the study of religion; psychology of religion; religious experience)
      • Vesna A. Wallace, PhD, UC Berkeley (Sanskrit languages and literature, Buddhism)
      • David G. White, PhD, University of Chicago (South Asian religions)
      • Elliot R. Wolfson, PhD, Brandeis University (Jewish mysticism)
      • Mayfair Yang, PhD, UC Berkeley (anthropology, China , critical theory, media, gender, state) Joint Appointment: East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies
    • Associate Professors

      • Rudy V. Busto, PhD, UC Berkeley (Chicano/Latino religions, Asian American/Pacific Islander religions, American religions)
      • Juan E. Campo, PhD, University of Chicago (history of religions—Islam, Arabic)
      • Racha M. El Omari, PhD, Yale University (Islamic theology, Islamic intellectual and social history, the Prophetic tradition, exegesis, heresy and heresiography, Islamic philosophy)
      • Ines M. Talamantez, PhD, UC San Diego (Native American religions)
      • Christine M. Thomas, PhD, Harvard University (Ancient Mediterranean religions, early Christianity, archaeology of religions)

      Assistant Professors

      • Joseph L. Blankholm, PhD, Columbia University (social scientific study of religion, qualitative and quantitative methods, atheism, nonbelievers in United States)
      • William N. Elison
      • Elizabeth Perez
      • Dominic E. Steavu-Balint, PhD, Stanford University (Chinese religions, Chinese Buddhism, Daoism, history of technology) Joint Appointment: East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies
      • David S. Walker, PhD, Yale University (19th century American religious history; Mormonism; spiritualism; religious tourism)

      Emeriti

      • Catherine L. Albanese, PhD, University of Chicago (American religious history, religion and American culture)
      • Roger O. Friedland, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison Joint Appointment: Sociology
      • Gerald Larson, PhD, Columbia University
      • Charles H. Long, PhD, The University of Chicago
      • Birger A. Pearson, PhD, Harvard University
      • William Powell, PhD, UC Berkeley (history of religions — China) Joint Appointment: East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies
      • Wade C. Roof, PhD, University of North Carolina (sociology and psychology of religion, American religion)

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Elizabeth D. Digeser, PhD, UC Santa Barbara, Professor (late Roman Empire and late antiquity) Appointment in: History
      • Simonetta Falasca-Zamponi, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (cultural sociology and history, French social theory, politics and aesthetics, fascism) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Sharon A. Farmer, PhD, Harvard University, Professor (social history of spirituality; medieval European history; history of gender; medieval France) Appointment in: History
      • Mario T. Garcia, PhD, UC San Diego, Professor (Chicano history, U.S. labor history, Chicano studies, ethnic studies, Southwestern history, race and ethnicity, autobiography, Latino religion) Appointment in: Chicana and Chicano Studies
      • Giles B. Gunn, PhD, University of Chicago, Professor (American literary history, global theory and culture, global ethics, religion and literature studies) Appointments in: English, Global Studies
      • Lisa Hajjar, PhD, The American University, Professor (human rights, international humanitarian law, war and conflict, torture, Israel/Palestine, US policy in the Middle East) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Mary E. Hancock, PhD, University of Pennsylvania, Professor (South Asia, social theory, nationalism, religion, cultural studies, feminist theory, public memory) Appointments in: Anthropology, History
      • Mark Juergensmeyer, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (South Asian religion and society, sociology of religion, religious nationalism, terrorism, moral community, and social ethics) Appointments in: Sociology, Global Studies
      • Terence D. Keel, PhD, Harvard University, Associate Professor (Study of race within the history of science and medicine, the relationship between religion and science, and African American intellectual history) Appointments in: Black Studies, History
      • Nuha N. Khoury, PhD, Harvard University, Associate Professor (Islamic art and architecture; medieval Islamic iconography; modern Arab art; critiques of the field) Appointment in: History of Art and Architecture
      • Claudine Michel, PhD, UC Santa Barbara, Professor (multicultural/comparative education, cross-cultural psychology, religion) Appointment in: Black Studies
      • Stephan F. Miescher, PhD, Northwestern University, Associate Professor (19th- and 20th-century social history of West Africa; Ghana, colonialism, gender, masculinities; history of development and modernity/modernization; history of sexualities; oral history) Appointment in: History
      • Marianne Mithun, PhD, Yale University, Professor (morphology, syntax, discourse, prosody, and their interaction; contact; language change; typology; documentation; North American Indian and Austronesian linguistics) Appointment in: Linguistics
      • Robert Morstein-Marx, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (Roman History, Greek history, Latin prose, historiography and rhetoric) Appointment in: Classics
      • Andrew Norris, PhD, UC Berkeley, Associate Professor (political philosophy) Appointment in: Political Science
      • Ann M. Plane, PhD, Brandeis University, Professor (Native American history; colonial US history; museum studies and public history; history of gender and sexuality in early America) Appointment in: History
      • Adam A. Sabra, PhD, Princeton, Professor (medieval and early modern Egypt) Appointment in: History
      • Stuart T. Smith, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (archaeology of Egypt and Nubia [the Sudan], ethnicity, culture contact and imperialism, ideology and legitimization, funerary practice, ceramics and residue analysis) Appointment in: Anthropology
      • Jon R. Snyder, PhD, Yale University, Professor (early modern Italian literature, comparative literature, Renaissance/Baroque studies, and literary theory) Appointment in: French and Italian
      • Paul R. Spickard, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (history; race; ethnicity; immigration; Asian American; African American; interracial marriage; multiracial; identity; global) Appointment in: History
      • Elisabeth Weber, PhD, Albert-Ludwig University of Freiburg, Professor (18th-20th century literature and philosophy, German-Jewish culture, critical theory, deconstruction, psychoanalysis, trauma studies, human rights) Appointment in: Germanic and Slavic Studies
  • Sociology (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Kevin B. Anderson, PhD, City University of New York (social and political theory; class, race, gender & sexuality theory; cultural and religious studies; development and social change; Middle Eastern studies; criminological theory)
      • John D. Baldwin, PhD, Johns Hopkins University (G. H. Mead, human sexuality, socialization, capitalism, micro-macro synthesis)
      • Kum-Kum Bhavnani, PhD, Cambridge University (development studies and gender; cultural studies; feminist studies; methodology; critical social psychology)
      • Denise D. Bielby, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison (culture, gender, work, and social psychology/life-course)
      • Maria Charles, PhD, Stanford University (gender, social inequality, cross-national comparative sociology)
      • G. Reginald Daniel, PhD, UC Los Angeles (race and ethnic relations, comparative and historical sociology, comparative race and culture)
      • Simonetta Falasca-Zamponi, PhD, UC Berkeley (cultural sociology and history, French social theory, politics and aesthetics, fascism)
      • John F. Foran, PhD, UC Berkeley (revolutions, global justice movements, radical social change, development and globalization, Middle East studies, Latin American studies, Third World cultural studies, social theory, political sociology, comparative historical methods)
      • Noah Friedkin, PhD, University of Chicago (social psychology, social networks, mathematical sociology)
      • Avery F. Gordon, PhD, Boston College (social theory, radical thought and practice, militarism, imprisonment, art and literature)
      • Lisa Hajjar, PhD, The American University (human rights, international humanitarian law, war and conflict, torture, Israel/Palestine, US policy in the Middle East)
      • Mark Juergensmeyer, PhD, UC Berkeley (South Asian religion and society, sociology of religion, religious nationalism, terrorism, moral community, and social ethics) Joint Appointment: Global Studies
      • George R. Lipsitz, PhD, University of Wisconsin (social movements, urban culture, inequality, race, culture, 20th-century history) Joint Appointment: Black Studies
      • Fernando Lopez-Alves, PhD, UC Los Angeles (comparative historical sociology, comparative politics, globalization. Latin American politics, organized labor)
      • John W. Mohr, PhD, Yale University (complex organizations, culture, historical sociology, higher education, sociology of science)
      • Jan Nederveen Pieterse, PhD, University of Nijmegen (globalization, development studies, cultural studies, 21st-century globalization, emerging societies, ethnicity, multiculturalism, future studies) Joint Appointment: Global Studies
      • Geoffrey T. Raymond, PhD, UC Los Angeles (conversation analysis, ethnomethodology, interaction in institutional settings, social theory, medical sociology, sociology of science and technology; qualitative research methods)
      • Victor M. Rios, PhD, UC Berkeley (urban ethnography, juvenile justice, Latino sociology)
      • William I. Robinson, PhD, University of New Mexico (globalization, development, political economy, macrosociology, political sociology, Latin America, migration/immigration, Latino/a studies)
      • Beth E. Schneider, PhD, University of Massachusetts (sexuality, feminist and gender studies, social movements, health/AIDS, lesbian/gay studies)
      • Denise A. Segura, PhD, UC Berkeley (Chicana and Chicano Studies, feminist studies, gender, family, work, race-ethnic relations, education)
      • John R. Sutton, PhD, UC Davis (organizations, law, crime and punishment, comparative sociology, culture)
      • Verta A. Taylor, PhD, Ohio State University (social movements, gender, sexuality, culture, health and mental health)
      • Edward E. Telles, PhD, University of Texas (immigration, race and ethnicity, development, social stratification, Latin America, Latino/as)
      • F Winddance Twine, PhD, UC Berkeley (The Body, Ethnography, Intimacy, Privilege, Feminist Theory, Critical Race Theory, Visual Sociology, Comparative Racial Studies (Europe/US/South Africa))
      • Howard A. Winant, PhD, UC Santa Cruz (race and racism, political sociology, comparative/historical sociology, social theory)
    • Associate Professors

      • Alicia D. Cast, PhD, Washington State University (social psychology, family, and gender)
      • Jon D. Cruz, PhD, UC Berkeley (social theory, culture, race and ethnicity, knowledge)
      • Sarah Thebaud, PhD, Cornell University (gender, families, social psychology, economic sociology, organizations, work)

      Assistant Professors

      • Erika Arenas Velazquez
      • Tristan S. Bridges
      • Zakiya T. Luna, PhD, University of Michigan (social movements, inequality, reproduction, law and society)
      • Kevin A. Whitehead

      Emeriti

      • Richard Appelbaum, PhD, University of Chicago Joint Appointment: Global Studies
      • William T. Bielby, PhD, University of Wisconsin
      • Sarah Fenstermaker, PhD, Northwestern University
      • Sethard Fisher, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Richard Flacks, PhD, University of Michigan
      • Morris F. Friedell, PhD, University of Chicago
      • Roger O. Friedland, PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison Joint Appointment: Religious Studies
      • David Gold, PhD, University of Chicago
      • Gene H. Lerner, PhD, UC Irvine
      • Harvey L. Molotch, PhD, University of Chicago
      • Ilene H. Nagel, PhD, New York University Joint Appointment: Law and Society Program
      • Melvin L. Oliver, PhD, Washington University
      • Thomas J. Scheff, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Gary Schulman, PhD, Stanford University
      • Tamotsu Shibutani
      • John A. Sonquist, PhD, University of Chicago
      • Bruce Straits, PhD, University of Chicago
      • Thomas P. Wilson, PhD, Columbia University
      • Raymond S. Wong, PhD, University of Wisconsin
      • Don Zimmerman, PhD, UC Los Angeles

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Paul E. Amar, PhD, New York University, Professor (human rights, national security, police, prisons, race/sexuality, Latin America, Middle East, urban politics, globalization) Appointment in: Global Studies
      • Ralph J. Armbruster, PhD, UC Riverside, Professor (globalization, labor, social movements, race and ethnic relations, Latin American studies and community/urban studies) Appointment in: Chicana and Chicano Studies
      • Mary E. Hancock, PhD, University of Pennsylvania, Professor (South Asia, social theory, nationalism, religion, cultural studies, feminist theory, public memory) Appointments in: Anthropology, History
      • Barbara H. Harthorn, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (gender, race, and health inequalities; social construction of risk; science and new technologies; geographies in inequality; risk perception; gender and technology) Appointment in: Anthropology
      • Laura M. Oaks, PhD, Johns Hopkins University, Professor (reproductive politics; health, medicine, and science; feminist and community-based participatory research) Appointment in: Feminist Studies
      • John S.W. Park, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (immigration law and policy, race theory, political theory and public law) Appointment in: Asian American Studies
      • Lisa Sun-Hee Park, PhD, Northwestern University, Professor (race, gender, migration, environmental justice, health care policy) Appointment in: Asian American Studies
      • David N. Pellow, PhD, Northwestern University, Professor (environmental justice studies, ethnic studies, social change, social movements) Appointment in: Environmental Studies
      • Simone Pulver, PhD, UC Berkeley, Associate Professor (global environmental politics, development, organizational theory, climate change, private sector) Appointment in: Environmental Studies
      • Leila J. Rupp, PhD, Bryn Mawr College, Professor (sexualities, women's movements, comparative and transnational women's history) Appointment in: Feminist Studies
  • Spanish and Portuguese (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Silvia Bermúdez, PhD, University of Southern California (Spanish cultural studies, Latin American and Iberian studies, Galician studies, Spanish popular music studies, and Contemporary Peruvian poetry and culture)
      • Leo F. Cabranes-Grant, PhD, Harvard University (Spanish Golden Age drama and poetry, Latin American drama, Latino and Spanish drama, intercultural studies) Joint Appointment: Theater and Dance
      • Jorge L. Castillo, PhD, Harvard University (19th- and early 20th-century Latin American literature, Latin American poetry, history of ideas)
      • Antonio Cortijo, PhD, UC Berkeley (Spanish Golden Age and medieval literature, humanism, Latin and vernacular)
      • Suzanne J. Levine, PhD, New York University (Latin American literature, comparative literature, translation studies)
      • Francisco A. Lomeli, PhD, University of New Mexico (Chicano/a literature, Latin American literature, literary history, cultural studies, border studies, study of the Spanish language, transnationalism) Joint Appointment: Chicana and Chicano Studies
      • Ellen McCracken, PhD, UC San Diego (comparative literature, Latin American literature and U.S. Latino literature, literary theory)
      • Viola G. Miglio, PhD, University of Maryland (phonetics, phonology, language change, Basque, Germanic and Romance languages, literary translation, minority language rights and policy)
      • Elide V. Oliver, PhD, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil (Brazilian narrative and poetry, comparative literature, Portuguese literature, literary theory, literary translation, Brazilian culture (music, film))
      • Sara G. Poot-Herrera, PhD, El Colegio de México (Mexican and Spanish-American literature, literary theory)
      • Eduardo Raposo, PhD, University of Lisbon (Spanish and Portuguese linguistics, comparative Romance grammar, syntax and semantics, generative grammar)
    • Associate Professors

      • Juan P. Lupi, PhD, Harvard University (contemporary Spanish American literature with emphasis on the Caribbean; Venezuelan studies; literary theory; science and literature; comparative literature)

      Assistant Professors

      • Aline Alves Ferreira, PhD, Federal University of Minas Gerais (Translation Studies and Bilingualism)
      • Eloi Grasset Morell, PhD, Paris IV - Sorbonne University (Modern and Contemporary Spanish Literature & Arts; Film Studies, Catalan Studies and Digital Humanities)

      Lecturers SOE

      • Laura Marques-Pascual, PhD, UC Davis (second language acquisition, applied linguistics, Spanish as a heritage language, language teaching methodology)

      Emeriti

      • David Bary, PhD, UC Berkeley
      • Joao Camilo-Dos-Santos, Doctorat d'Etat, Université de Haute Bretagne-Rennes
      • Jorge Checa, PhD, Princeton University
      • Victor F. Fuentes, PhD, New York University
      • Marta Gallo, PL, University of Buenos Aires
      • Nelida Lopez, BA, Instituto Superior del Profesorado
      • Giorgio Perissinotto, PhD, Columbia University
      • Harvey L. Sharrer, PhD, UC Los Angeles (Medieval Literature: Spanish, Portuguese, Galician, Catalan; Comparative Literature: Arthurian romance; Catalan language and culture)
      • Frederick G. Williams, PhD, University of Wisconsin

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Mary Bucholtz, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (sociocultural linguistics; language and identity; American English and Spanish) Appointment in: Linguistics
      • John W. Du Bois, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (discourse and grammar; sociocultural linguistics; corpus linguistics; evolutionary linguistics; Mayan languages) Appointment in: Linguistics
      • Matthew K. Gordon, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (phonetics; phonology; prosody; typology) Appointment in: Linguistics
      • Stefan Th. Gries, PhD, University of Hamburg, Professor (corpus linguistics; quantitative methods in linguistics; cognitive and psycholinguistics) Appointment in: Linguistics
  • Speech and Hearing Sciences (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Roger J. Ingham, PhD, University of New South Wales (speech and language pathology)
    • Emeriti

      • Jeffrey L. Danhauer, PhD, Ohio University
      • Janis M. Ingham, PhD, University of Kansas
  • Statistics and Applied Probability (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Jean-Pierre Fouque, PhD, University of Paris 6 (stochastic processes, stochastic partial differential equations, financial mathematics)
      • John S. Hsu, PhD, University of Wisconsin (Bayesian inference, linear models)
      • Sreenivasa Rao Jammalamadaka, PhD, Indian Statistical Institute (theoretical and applied statistics, stochastic models and applications)
      • Michael Ludkovski, PhD, Princeton University (stochastic control, optimal stopping, stochastic filtering, Monte Carlo methods. Applications in financial and insurance mathematics, decision theory and risk management.)
      • Yuedong Wang, PhD, University of Wisconsin (applied statistics, biostatistics, statistical methods)
    • Associate Professors

      • Andrew V. Carter, PhD, Yale University (mathematical statistics)
      • Raisa E. Feldman, PhD, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology (probability and stochastic processes, time series)
      • Tomoyuki Ichiba, PhD, Columbia University (applied probability, stochastic processes, stochastic differential equations, financial mathematics and statistics)
      • Wendy Meiring, PhD, University of Washington (applied statistics, statistics of space-time processes, environmental statistics)

      Assistant Professors

      • Nils-Christian Detering
      • Alexander M. Franks
      • Sang-Yun Oh
      • Alexander M. Petersen

      Senior Lecturers SOE

      • Dawn E. Holmes, PhD, University of Bradford (Bayesian networks, maximum entropy formalism, reasoning under uncertainty)

      Emeriti

      • David V. Hinkley, PhD, London University
      • Svetlozar T. Rachev, DSc, Steklov Mathematical Institute

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Bjorn Birnir, PhD, New York University Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Professor (nonlinear partial differential equations) Appointment in: Mathematics
      • Richard Startz, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Professor (econometrics, macroeconomics) Appointment in: Economics
      • Douglas G. Steigerwald, PhD, UC Berkeley, Professor (econometrics, statistics, applied microeconomics) Appointment in: Economics
  • Technology Management Program (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Stephen R. Barley
      • John E. Bowers, PhD, Stanford University (energy efficiency, optical devices and networks; silicon photonics, thermoelectrics, photovoltaics) Joint Appointments: Electrical and Computer Engineering,
      • Harry E. Frech, PhD, UC Los Angeles (industrial organization, antitrust, regulation, economics of uncertainty, applied microeconomics, health economics, law and economics) Joint Appointment: Economics
      • Paul M. Leonardi, PhD, Stanford University
      • Kyle Lewis
      • David R. Seibold, PhD, Michigan State University (organizational communication, interpersonal influence, small group decision-making, innovation and technology management)
      • Robert A. York, PhD, Cornell University (high-power/high-frequency devices and circuits, quasi-optics, antennas, electromagnetic theory, nonlinear circuits and dynamics, microwave photonics) Joint Appointment: Electrical and Computer Engineering
    • Associate Professors

      • Gary S. Hansen, PhD, University of Michigan (technology management and commercialization)

      Assistant Professors

      • Renee M. Rottner

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Divyakant Agrawal, PhD, State University of New York, Stonybrook, Professor (distributed systems and databases) Appointment in: Computer Science
      • Bruce Bimber, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Professor (political communication, political behavior, collective action, digital media) Appointment in: Political Science
      • Harry E. Frech, PhD, UC Los Angeles, Professor (industrial organization, antitrust, regulation, economics of uncertainty, applied microeconomics, health economics, law and economics) Appointments in: Economics, Technology Management Program
      • Jennifer L. Gibbs, Professor Appointment in: Communication
      • Diane M. Mackie, PhD, Princeton University, Professor (intergroup processes, persuasion, social influence, emotion, social perception) Appointment in: Psychological and Brain Sciences
      • Umesh Mishra, PhD, Cornell University, Professor (high-speed transistors, semiconductor device physics, quantum electronics, wide band gap materials and devices, design and fabrication of millimeter-wave devices, in situ processing and integration techniques) Appointment in: Electrical and Computer Engineering
      • Samir S. Mitragotri, PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Professor (biomaterials and bioengineering, drug delivery and diagnostics, bio-membrane transport, membrane biophysics, biomedical ultrasound) Appointments in: Chemical Engineering, Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • John W. Mohr, PhD, Yale University, Professor (complex organizations, culture, historical sociology, higher education, sociology of science) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Karen K. Myers, PhD, Arizona State University, Associate Professor (organizational communication, organizational socialization/assimilation, vocational anticipatory socialization, organizational identification, organizational knowledge, workplace relationships, workplace emotions, Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics (STEM)) Appointment in: Communication
      • Matthew Potoski, PhD, University of Indiana, Professor (corporate environmental management, political science) Appointment in: Bren School of Environmental Science and Management
      • Ronald E. Rice, PhD, Stanford University, Professor (social effects of new media and telecommunications, communication networks, bibliometrics, public communication campaigns, organizational communication, diffusion of innovations) Appointment in: Communication
      • Ambuj K. Singh, PhD, University of Texas, Professor (network science, cheminformatics & bioinformatics, graph querying and mining, databases) Appointments in: Computer Science, Biomolecular Science and Engineering Program
      • Cynthia Stohl, PhD, Purdue University, Professor (group and organizational communication, globalization and international organizations, networks, collective action) Appointment in: Communication
      • Sarah Thebaud, PhD, Cornell University, Associate Professor (gender, families, social psychology, economic sociology, organizations, work) Appointment in: Sociology
      • Richard M. Wolski, PhD, University of California, Davis, Professor (cloud computing, high-performance distributed computing, computational grids, and computational economies for resource allocation and scheduling) Appointment in: Computer Science
  • Theater and Dance (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Irwin J. Appel, Diploma, The Juilliard School (acting, directing, music composition, sound design for theater)
      • Ninotchka D. Bennahum, PhD, New York University (dance history, Gypsy and Flamenco history, performance theory, body theory, cultural analysis of dance)
      • Risa Brainin, BFA, Carnegie Mellon University (acting, directing)
      • Leo F. Cabranes-Grant, PhD, Harvard University (Spanish Golden Age drama and poetry, Latin American drama, Latino and Spanish drama, intercultural studies) Joint Appointment: Spanish and Portuguese
      • William Davies King, DFA, Yale School of Drama (American drama and theater history)
      • Carlos Morton, PhD, University of Texas at Austin (playwriting, U.S. Latino Theater , Latin American theater)
    • Associate Professors

      • Christina S. McMahon, PhD, Northwestern University (African theater, global performance context, Lusophone postcolonialism, theatre festivals, theatre and wars of liberation)
      • Anne E. Torsiglieri, Diploma, The Juilliard School (acting, directing, theater and community)
      • Thomas O. Whitaker, MFA, Carnegie Mellon University (directing, acting)

      Assistant Professors

      • Frances Y. Cowhig
      • Monique M. Meunier
      • Greg M. Mitchell
      • Jessica C. Nakamura
      • Brandon S. Whited

      Senior Lecturers SOE

      • Michael Morgan, BFA, New York University (voice)
      • Christopher Pilafian, The Juilliard School (modern technique, improvisation, choreography, repertory)
      • Vickie J. Scott, MFA, UC Los Angeles (lighting design)

      Emeriti

      • John Chapman, PhD, Goldsmiths, University of London
      • Alice S. Condodina, Diploma, The Juilliard School
      • Dianne Holly, MA, San Diego State University
      • Peter Lackner, PhD, Institute for Theater Studies, Freie Universität, Berlin
      • Peter Mark, Diploma, The Juilliard School
      • Jerry Pearson, BS, University of Minnesota
      • Rona J. Sande, M Ed, College of William and Mary
      • Tonia Shimin, Royal Academy
      • Judith Olauson
      • Simon Williams, PhD, University of East Anglia

      Affiliated Faculty

      • Stephanie L. Batiste, PhD, George Washington University, Associate Professor (performance studies, Black cultural studies, critical race theory, African American literature) Appointments in: English, Black Studies
      • Alenda Y. Chang, Assistant Professor Appointment in: Film and Media Studies
      • Micaela J. Diaz-Sanchez, Assistant Professor Appointment in: Chicana and Chicano Studies
      • William D. Fleming, PhD, Harvard University, Assistant Professor (early modern Japanese literature, theater, and cultural history; reception of Chinese literature in Japan; history of the book in East Asia) Appointment in: East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies
      • Andrew Griffin, PhD, McMaster University, Assistant Professor (early modern drama, early modern historiography) Appointment in: English
      • Ruth M. Hellier-Tinoco, PhD, Birmingham Conservatoire, University of Central England, UK, Associate Professor (performance studies, ethnomusicology, theater studies, dance anthropology, Latin American studies) Appointment in: Music
      • Dwight F. Reynolds, PhD, University of Pennsylvania, Professor (Arabic languages and literatures, folklore and folklife) Appointment in: Religious Studies
      • Katherine Saltzman-Li, PhD, Stanford University, Associate Professor (Pre-modern Japanese theatre, literature, and folklore) Appointment in: East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies
      • Jennifer L. Tyburczy, PhD, Northwestern University, Associate Professor (LGBTQ Studies; queer theory; genders and sexualities; race and nation; performance studies; social justice; transnational American studies; popular culture; ethnography; cultural politics; political economy; visual art and culture; museum and archive studies) Appointment in: Feminist Studies
  • Writing Program (Return to top)

    • Professors

      • Linda Adler-Kassner, PhD, University of Minnesota (writing program administration; public policy and writing instruction; representations of writing and teaching; theories of writing and communication; writing studies; history/historiography of education and writing; writing pedagogy)
    • Associate Professors

      • Karen J. Lunsford, PhD, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (writing across the curriculum and in the disciplines (WAC/WID); argumentation; computers and writing; international writing programs; writing studies; library and information science; collaboration)

      Assistant Professors

      • Amy D. Propen, PhD, University of Minnesota (visual and material rhetorics, environmental rhetorics, posthuman rhetorics, rhetoric and advocacy, animal studies, critical GIS)

      Senior Lecturers SOE

      • Madeleine I. Sorapure, PhD, SUNY-Binghamton (writing in new media; computers and composition; professional writing; writing and popular culture)

      Lecturers PSOE

      • Kara M. Brown, MFA, Emerson College (creative writing; online writing instruction; e-portfolios; comics) Joint Appointment: College of Creative Studies

      Emeriti

      • Maureen K. Driscoll, MA, University of Washington
      • Susan H. McLeod, PhD, University of Wisconsin
      • Muriel Zimmerman, PhD, Temple University