Department Chair: Darryl Wright
Advising Coordinator: Salvador Plascencia
Professor of MusicLouisa and Robert Miller Professor of HumanitiesDMA, University of Southern Californiaalves@hmc.edu
Music composition; computer music; alternate tuning systems; gamelan music; abstract computer animation.
Professor of Comparative LiteratureAlexander and Adelaide Hixon Professor of HumanitiesPhD, New York University909.email@example.com
Contemporary writers and film makers of Africa and South America; cultural and race studies; film and postcolonial literature.
Hixon-Riggs Early Career Fellow in Science and Technology StudiesPhD, Duke Universitykburns@g.hmc.edu
The intersections of the environmental humanities and transatlantic literature from the mid-nineteenth century to present, with emphases in science and visual/media studies.
Associate Professor of MusicJoint music facultyDMus, Northwestern Universitydcubek@g.hmc.edu
Conducting symphonic and operatic repertoire; research on alternative modes of orchestral training and music as an interdisciplinary art form.
Associate Professor of LiteraturePhD, Claremont Graduate University909.firstname.lastname@example.org
Early modern English literature; Shakespeare; postcolonial theory; East-West encounter.
Professor of Anthropology and Science, Technology, and SocietyPhD, University of Utrecht, Netherlandsdelaet@hmc.edu
Social studies of science; cultural anthropology; technology
and culture; video game culture; practices of knowledge-making; collaboration and management in big science.
Associate Professor of Religious StudiesWillard W. Keith, Jr., Fellow in the HumanitiesPhD, Columbia UniversityOffice Hours: Monday 11 a.m.–Noon and Thursday 2–4 p.m. (by appointment only)email@example.com
Religion and science; intersections between social-change activism and religion; American religious history; and church and state.
Professor of ArtMichael G. and C. Jane Wilson Chair in Arts and HumanitiesMFA, University of Illinois at Chicagoken_fandell@hmc.edu
Assistant Professor of Asian American StudiesPhD, University of California, Los Angeles909.firstname.lastname@example.org
Pacific Islander history, Asian American history, labor, militarization, race, settler colonialism.
Assistant Professor of PsychologyPhD, University of Virginiaagampa@g.hmc.edu
Social psychology of social movements, racism, capitalism and wealth inequality.
Professor of LiteraturePhD, Claremont Graduate School909.email@example.com
Nineteenth-century American literature; history of the book; Shakespeare.
Associate Professor of the History of SciencePhD, University of Toronto909.firstname.lastname@example.org
History of physics; history of medicine; gender and science; disciplinary cultures in science.
Associate Professor of MusicJoint music facultyDMA, Yale Universityckamm@g.hmc.edu
Concert choir; chamber choir; music history.
Assistant Professor of EconomicsPhD, Oregon State Universitydlong@g.hmc.edu
Environmental economics; microeconomic theory.
Professor of Media StudiesMFA, University of California, San Diego909.email@example.com
Experimental documentary production; motion graphics and animation; history of special effects; genetics and society; ecology and art; history of science and art.
Advising CoordinatorAssociate Professor of Creative WritingMFA, Syracuse University909.firstname.lastname@example.org
Creative writing; The novel as print technology.
Associate Professor of Cultural GeographyPhD, University of Toronto909.email@example.com
Geographies of citizenship; feminist, critical race and queer theories; affect.
Professor of Political Science and Environmental PolicyMalcolm Lewis Chair of Sustainability and SocietyPhD, University of California, Santa Cruz909.firstname.lastname@example.org
International and comparative environmental politics; policy analysis; sustainable development; biodiversity; political science research methods.
Professor of PhilosophyWillard W. Keith, Jr., Fellow in the HumanitiesPhD, University of Michigan909.email@example.com
History of ethics; metaethics; moral and political philosophy.
Emeriti faculty are retired faculty members who have been awarded special status by the College in recognition of their service.
Professor of History, EmeritusPhD, University of Pennsylvania
U.S. social history; history of rural America; immigration and ethnicity
Professor of Philosophy, EmeritusPhD, University of California, Berkeley
Nietzsche; environmental philosophy; philosophy of science.
Lisa M. Sullivan
Professor of Economics, EmeritaPhD, University of Toronto
Economic history; history of work and work ethics.
Gary R. Evans
The department mourns the recent loss of Gary Evans, Emeritus Professor of Economics, who retired in 2020 after 39 years at Harvey Mudd. A full memorial will appear soon on the HSA Blog.