Faculty

William Rankin's picture William Rankin

Associate Professor of History

The physical and earth sciences since the mid-19th century; military, industrial, and governmental science; history of cartography; science and architecture; visual studies; environmental history
Carolyn Roberts's picture Carolyn Roberts

Assistant Professor, History of Science and Medicine & African American Studies

Fields of interest: 

Medicine and slavery in the Atlantic world; race, medicine, and science; history of medicine in Africa and the African diaspora; health and protest in African American history; non-Western medicine and global health

 
 
Elihu Rubin's picture Elihu Rubin

Associate Professor of Architecture and of American Studies

Built environments of nineteenth- and twentieth-century cities, the history and theory of city planning, urban geography and cultural landscape, transportation and mobility, architectural preservation and heritage planning, and the social life of urban space

Paul Sabin's picture Paul Sabin

Professor of History

United States environmental history, energy politics, environmental humanities, political, legal, and economic history

Stuart Schwartz's picture Stuart Schwartz

George Burton Adams Professor of History

History of colonial Latin America, especially Brazil, the history of Early Modern expansion, history of hurricanes and other natural disasters 

Kalyanakrishnan Sivaramakrishnan's picture Kalyanakrishnan Sivaramakrishnan

Dinakar Singh Prof of India & South Asia Studies, Prof of Anthropology and Sch of For & Env Stu

Environmental history and political anthropology of forests, agriculture, human-animal relations, and urban environments in India

John Wargo's picture John Wargo

Tweedy/Ordway Professor of Environmental Health & Politics and Political Science

Environmental health and food policy, risk analysis, history of public policy. 

Harvey Weiss's picture Harvey Weiss

Professor of Near Eastern Archaeology in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations and Anthropology and Forestry & Environmental Studies

Mesopotamia, early agriculture, cities and empires; Holocene paleoclimatology and environmental change.