Harvey Mudd College (Claremont, California) invites applications for the Hixon-Riggs Early Career Fellowship in Science and Technology Studies, beginning fall 2018. Applications are invited from scholars working on any aspect of science and technology and their social dimensions. We especially encourage applicants whose work draws attention to intersections of science and technology with race, gender, […]
Prof. Paul Steinberg’s article “Can We Generalize from Case Studies?” was published in the August issue of Global Environmental Politics.
Prof. Bill Alves’ new CD Guitars & Gamelan has been released by MicroFest Records, featuring the Harvey Mudd College American Gamelan and Harvey Mudd College Electronic Music Ensemble as well as the UCSC Gamelan and Los Angeles-area guitarists.
The HSA department welcomes Christy Spackman, our new Hixon-Riggs Early Career Fellow in Science, Technology and Society. She is an interdisciplinary scholar with an undergraduate degree in molecular biology, a professional cookery certificate, an MS in food chemistry, and a PhD in social studies of food. Her work, in her own words, “focuses on how the sensory […]
The HSA department welcomes Salvador Plascencia, our new assistant professor of creative writing. Prof. Plascencia is the author of the novel People of Paper and other widely anthologized stories and essays. He is a graduate of Whittier College, University of Southern California, and Syracuse University and has previously taught at Pitzer, UC Riverside, USC, and […]
Photographs from Prof. Ken Fandell’s series “Don’t Let Life Lose Its Mystery” were purchased for the permanent collection of the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento.
Ambereen Dadabhoy’s article “Two Faced: the Problem of Othello’s Visage,” was published in Othello: the State of the Play (Bloomsbury Arden) and her article “Going Native: Geography, Gender, and Identity in Lady Mary Wortley Montagu’s Turkish Embassy Letters,” appeared in Gender and Space in British Literature, 1660-1820 (Ashgate).
Prof. Ken Fandell and Alejandro Frias ’14 appeared on a panel titled Re-Engineering: This is Water for ArtPractical, which sought to challenge the notion that the goals of STEM-focused and arts curricula are mutually exclusive.