Harry F. Dahms, associate professor of sociology, is interested in classical, contemporary and critical theory; economic sociology; history of ideas; comparative sociology; and sociology and science fiction film with special focus on The Matrix Trilogy.
Humanities & Social Science Experts
Micheline van Riemsdijk studies international skilled migration. Her work investigates questions of belonging and exclusion, barriers to the free movement of skilled labor, the restructuring of skilled labor markets, and the lived experiences of skilled migrants.
Dawnie Steadman is a professor of anthropology who specializes in forensic anthropology, bioarchaeology, and human rights investigations.
Adam Cureton is interested in ethics, with an emphasis on moral, political, and legal issues related to persons with disabilities.
Derek Alderman is an expert in cultural and historical geography, specifically related to public memory, heritage tourism, the civil rights movement, and African-American history.
David Reidy is a professor of philosophy whose work focuses on political philosophy and human rights.
John Nolt divides his teaching and research between logic and environmental ethics.