• Mark Ackerman STS

    Mark Ackerman

    Computer-supported cooperative work, human-computer interaction, social computing.


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    Renee R. Anspach

    Medical sociology, sociology of gender, social psychology.


  • C Badgley

    Catherine Badgley

    Ecology and environmental biology. 3030 Ruthven Museum

    734.763.6448 / cbadgley@umich.edu

  • K. Barald

    Kate Barald

    Developmental neurobiology, molecular neurobiology studies of developing neuronal cell and synapses and neuronal regeneration in the inner ear; studies of Neurofibromatosis 1; stem cell studies of neuronal, Schwann cell and heart development.


  • Rachel Best

    Rachel K. Best

    Assistant Professor 4122 LSA


  • Diana Bowman

    Diana Bowman

    Legal, regulatory and public health policy issues relating to new technologies, in particular nanotechnologies.


  • Leah Bricker

    Leah Bricker

    Youth STEM-related learning pathways and trajectories both in and out of school; social disparities related to youth interest and opportunities associated with STEM learning and practice; youth and scientist communication about scientific practice.


  • Miranda Brown

    Miranda Brown

    History of medicine and science in China, Chinese conceptions of time across the imperial era. 5155 STB

    734.615.7036 / mdbrown@umich.edu

  • John Carson

    John Carson

    Director of Graduate Studies, 2015-2016
    History of science, history of the human sciences, 19th-century U.S. history, European intellectual history.
    1765 Haven Hall

    734.647.7378 / jscarson@umich.edu

  • Douglas

    Susan Douglas

    Analyzing media texts, historical approaches to media and technology. 5384 North Quad

    734.615.9850 / sdoug@umich.edu

  • Jatin Dua

    Law and economy; Piracy; Oceanic studies; Globalization, Empire, Governance and regulation, conflict/post-conflict, mobility; Indian Ocean, Horn of Africa, East Africa. 207-B West Hall

    734-764-2337 / jdua@umich.edu

  • Paul Edwards

    Paul N. Edwards

    History of science and technology, espeically meteorology and information infrastructures. 4437 North Quad

    734.764.2617 / pne@umich.edu

  • A. Fadalla

    Amal Hassan Fadlalla

    Gender, transnationalism, health, reproduction, poverty, and population and development, local and global political economies (Africa, the Middle East).

    734.764.5513 / afadlall@umich.edu

  • Dario Gaggio

    Dario Gaggio

    History of technology and political economy. 2765 Haven Hall

    734.763.2297 / dariog@umich.edu

  • Will Glover

    William Glover

    Colonial and post-colonial South Asia, urban and architectural history, material culture, aesthetics of modernization 2773 Haven Hall

    734.936.0203 / wglover@umich.edu

  • Gabrielle Hecht

    Gabrielle Hecht

    Science and technology studies; nuclear power and proliferation; colonialism and postcoloniality; labor; national identity; Modern Africa (Gabon, Madagascar, Namibia, South Africa); Modern France 2666 Haven Hall

    734.647.7937 / hechtg@umich.edu

  • L. Hirshbein

    Laura Hirshbein

    History of psychiatry, health services.


  • Joel Howell

    Joel D. Howell M.D.

    Program Director, 2015-2016
    Medicine, history and sociology of science.
    2773 Haven Hall

    734.615.8341 / jhowell@umich.edu

  • Matthew Hull STS

    Matthew Hull

    Bureaucracy and governance, corporations, urban planning, material culture, communication technology, South Asia. 224-A West Hall

    734.763.5382 / hullm@umich.edu

  • Nancy Hunt

    Nancy Rose Hunt

    Africa; gender history; medicine, health, and the body. 1735 Haven Hall

    734.647.4887 / nrhunt@umich.edu

  • Muzammil Hussein

    Muzammil Hussain

    Global patterns and consequences of information infrastructure diffusion on political communication systems in developing and democratizing countries. 5377 North Quad


  • Anna Kirkland

    Anna Kirkland

    Director of Undergraduate Studies, 2014-2016
    Law and society, law and politics of health.
    2203 Lane Hall


  • Joy Knoblauch

    Joy Knoblauch

    Architecture, government, and population informed by psychology, medicine, and other human sciences. American hospitals, prisons, mental health centers, and urbanism.


  • Rudi Lindner

    Rudi Lindner

    History of astrophysics. 1672 Haven Hall


  • Silvia Lindtner

    Silvia Lindtner

    Culture and politics of DIY making, hacking and design; innovation discourse, industrial production and technology development in China; digital media studies; human-computer interaction; computer-supported cooperative work.


  • Malcolm McCullough

    Malcolm McCullough

    Architecture and media arts.


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    Lisa Nakamura

    Digital media theory, digital game studies, ethnic studies, feminist theory, film and television studies, science and technology studies, race and gender in new media. 3735 Haven Hall

    734.615.6472 / lnakamur@umich.edu

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    W. Russell Neuman

    New and emerging media, media industries, media policy and regulation, political communication.


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    Douglas Northrop

    Central Asia, Soviet, and world/global history; environmental, ecological history; history of geology, seismology, earth sciences; space and mapping. 2519 Haven Hall

    734.647.4616 / northrop@umich.edu

  • Lisa Osbeck

    The history and philosophy of psychological science and psychological aspects of science practice.


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    Jason Owen-Smith

    Economic sociology, organizational theory, networks, science and technology.


  • Susan Parrish

    Susan Scott Parrish

    History of science, nature writing, gender, ecocriticism.


  • Shobita Parthasarathy

    Shobita Parthasarathy

    Comparative politics of science and technology; science, expertise, and democracy; politics of intellectual property; risk governance (particularly related to health, food, and the environment); genetics/biotechnology/biomedicine. 4202 Weill Hall

    734.764.8075 / shobita@umich.edu

  • Marty Pernick

    Martin S. Pernick

    History of disease, disability, health, and the body; history of ethics and value issues in medicine.

    734.647.4876 / mpernick@umich.edu

  • Holly Peters-Golden

    Holly Peters-Golden

    Medical anthropology including illness narrative, the construction of self and personhood in illness; the production of medical knowledge; risk; explanatory models of illness, and social construction of disease. 228 West Hall

    734.764.9941 / hollypet@umich.edu

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    Elisha P. Renne

    Medical/demographic anthropology, gender relations, Nigeria. 207-C West Hall

    734.647.9622 / erenne@umich.edu

  • Liz Roberts

    Elizabeth F.S. Roberts

    Critical study of medicine, science and biotechnology. 108 West Hall

    734.936.0642 / lfsrob@umich.edu

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    Jennifer Robertson

    Ethnography, robotics and cyborg technologies, eugenics, ideologies of blood, bioart, sex/gender/sexualities, Japan, Israel. 204-C West Hall, 170C Tappan Hall

    734.763.4682 / jennyrob@umich.edu

  • Joy Rohde

    Joy Rohde

    Co-chair, Speakers Series Committee, 2014-2016
    History of science and technology; history of the human sciences; science and technology policy; expertise and democracy.
    4211 Weill Hall

    734.615.6972 / joyrohde@umich.edu

  • Christian Sandvig

    Christian Sandvig

    New and emerging media; ethnography of new media use; media law and policy. 5385 North Quad

    734.763.0861 / csandvig@umich.edu

  • Scott Selberg

    Scott Selberg

    Media, history, and bioethics. 7415D North Quad


  • Perrin Selcer

    Perrin Selcer

    Co-chair, Speakers Series Committee, 2014-2016
    Global environmental history; history and sociology of science, focusing on 20th century environmental and human sciences; international organizations and international development; U.S. and the World
    2642 Haven Hall


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    Alexandra Minna Stern

    History of medicine, reproductive politics, and race and racial classification. 1500 E. Medical Center Drive, L4000 Women's 0276

    734-232-4976 / amstern@umich.edu

  • Derek Vaillant

    Derek Vaillant

    Analyzing media texts, historical approaches to media and technology, international and comparative media. 5443 North Quad

    734.615.0449 / dvail@umich.edu

  • Sari van Anders

    Sari M. van Anders

    Gender/sex and sexual diversity, sexuality, evolution, queer science, feminist science practice.

    734.647.6981 / smva@umich.edu

  • J. Vandermeer

    John Vandermeer

    Ecology, theoretical ecology, tropical ecology, agroecology. 2079/2081 Kraus Natural Science Bldg

    734.764.1446 / jvander@umich.edu

  • Tyler Whitney

    Tyler Whitney

    Theory and history of media; literature and science