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A Q-and-A series featuring Dickinson faculty.
The professor of political science and right-to-die scholar discusses the policy and culture of dying in America and the importance of planning for it.
Susan Rose ’77, Charles A. Dana Professor of Sociology and Director of the Community Studies Center, discusses her interest in the Carlisle Indian Industrial School in this Focus on Faculty profile.
The assistant professor of philosophy and author of 'The Meaning of Evil' discusses how evil people see the world and the ways in which researching dark topics has changed him.
The associate professor of Spanish & Portuguese discusses the English-language version of his innovative soccer-fiction anthology and his quest to build a bibliography.
The professor of American studies and women's & gender studies discusses her new role on campus, her latest research project and why her book 'Fat Shame' resonates with so many people.
The associate professor of Judaic studies and director of the Milton B. Asbell Center for Jewish Life discusses his new book and memorabilia collection that tell the history of the Jewish deli.
The assistant professor of sociology discusses how race shapes relationships and the challenges of ethnographic research.
The associate professor of biology discusses cancer research and what it means to educate the next generation of cancer killers.
Assistant Professor of Archaeology Maria Bruno discusses her research in the Andes, the quinoa boom and the complex history of a place called Camp Michaux.
The associate professor of art & art history discusses his writings, anarchist world view and making a career out of things he finds fascinating.
The director and assistant professor of dance discusses her latest project and how the political climate and cultural history inspire her choreography.
The assistant professor and Distinguished Chair of Africana Studies discusses calypso, rapso and expressive culture in the Caribbean.
The assistant professor of sociology discusses his work as a civil-rights advocacy scholar.
The associate professor of international business & management (IB&M) shares the formula for a useful business education and how wine changed his teaching focus.
The assistant professor of English discusses her research, forthcoming book and the family love story that inspired it all.
The assistant professor of environmental studies discusses the role basic human needs play in war and peace and how diamonds may influence a presidential election.
The assistant professor of psychology discusses her research of eating behaviors and disorders.
The associate professor of American studies discusses his scholarly interests and musical side and explains why it’s no fun to watch television with his students.
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The assistant professor of chemistry discusses the importance of interdisciplinary studies in the sciences and what it means to mentor and motivate students.
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