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The Faculty of the Freshman Seminars

in the Residential Colleges

A

Ilhan Aksay, Professor of Chemical and Biological Engineering
FRS 133 Materials World

Sarah M. Anderson, Lecturer in English and the Council of the Humanities
FRS 183 The Fantasy of the Middle Ages: Stories and Storytelling

Nathan Arrington, Assistant Professor of Art and Archaeology
FRS 129 Contact: The Archaeology of Interaction in the Ancient Mediterranean

B

André Benhaïm, Associate Professor of French and Italian
FRS 112 God Forbid: Religion, Secularism, and Modernity in French Society and Culture

Susanna Berger, Society of Fellows
FRS 150 Visual Art and the Representation of Knowledge

Elizabeth Bergman, Lecturer in the Council of the Humanities and the Program in American Studies
FRS 127 Making Sense of the Civil War

L. C. Brown, Garrett Professor in Foreign Affairs, Emeritus; Professor of Near Eastern Studies, Emeritus
FRS 117 Colonial Rule and Decolonization in the Muslim World

C

Ellen Chances, Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures
FRS 130 What Makes for a Meaningful Life? A Search
 
Zahid Choudhary, Associate Professor of English
FRS 193 Difficult Art

Andrew Cole, Associate Professor of English
FRS 160 Monster Movies: Towards a Philosophy of Monsters

Jane Cox, Lecturer in Theater
FRS 103 The Art of Light: A Creative Exploration of the Role of Light in Artistic Expression

D

Jean-Christophe de Swaan, Lecturer in Economics
FRS 151 Ethics in Financial Markets

Mitchell Duneier, Maurice P. During Professor of Sociology
FRS 153 Ghetto

William Dunham, Visiting Faculty in the Department of Mathematics
FRS 152 The Great Theorems in the History of Math

E

Adam Elga, Professor of Philosophy
FRS 105 Philosophical Analysis Using Argument Maps

F

Fauzia Farooqui, Lecturer in Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies
FRS 124 Experiencing India through Bollywood

Harold Feiveson, Senior Research Policy Analyst, Woodrow Wilson
FRS 171 Scientists Against Time: The Role of Science in WWII and Its Legacies

Christiane Fellbaum, Senior Reserach Scholar, Computer Science
FRS 110 The Evolution of Human Laguage
 
Marc Fleurbaey, Robert E. Kuenne Professor in Economics and Humanistic Studies and Professor of Public Affairs and the University Center for Human Values
FRS 136 Capitalism, Utopia, and Social Justice

Andrew Ford, Ewing Professor of Greek Language and Literature. Professor of Classics
FRS 155 Story: Drama from the Greek Stage to the Modern Screen

G

Michael Gordin, Professor of History
FRS 173 Einstein

Javier Guerrero, Assistant Professor of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures
FRS 102 The Body Under Suspicion: Latin American Visual Culture and the 20th Century

H

Christopher Hailey, Lecturer in Music
FRS 175 Shifting Alignments: Film Music, Ideology, Cultural Politics

Christina Halperin, Lecturer in the Council of the Humanities and Art and Archaeology
FRS 162 Pottery: Archaeology, Art, and Technology

Patricia Hoffbauer, Lecturer in Dance and the Lewis Center for the Arts
FRS 185 Bodies in Cultural Landscapes

William Howarth, Professor of English, Emeritus
FRS 138 Moby-Dick Unbound

Eleanor Hubbard, Assistant Professor of History
FRS 164 Pirates in the Early Modern World

K

Deborah Kaple, Associate Research Scholar and Lecturer in Sociology
FRS 143 Stalin's Gulag

Joshua Katz, Professor of Classics
FRS 123 Ancient Egypt and Its Hieroglyphs

Stanley Katz, Lecturer with the Rank of Professor in Public and International Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School
FRS 157 Philanthropy

Sheila Kohler, Lecturer in Creative Writing and the Lewis Center for the Arts
FRS 140 Reading Freud's Great Case Histories as Short Stories

L

Christina Lee, Associate Research Scholar, Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures
FRS 131 Discovering Don Quixote de la Mancha: Then and Now

Natasha Lee, Assistant Professor of French and Italian
FRS 166 The Politics of Seeing: The Films of the French New Wave

Michael Lemonick, Lecturer in Astrophysical Sciences
FRS 118 Life on Mars — or Maybe Not

Thomas Leonard, Research Scholar, The Council of the Humanities
FRS 168 Divided We Stand: Economic Inequality and Its Discontents

Michael Litchman, Lecturer in Psychology
FRS 161 When Adolescence Goes Wrong: What They Didn't Tell You

Michael Littman, Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
FRS 106 Art and Science of Motorcycle Design

M

Stephen Macedo, Laurance S. Rockefeller Professor of Politics and the University Center for Human Values
FRS 167 Religion and Politics: Conflicts of Public and Private Values

Nancy Malkiel, Professor of History
FRS 149 Coeducation

Adam Maloof, Assistant Professor of Geosciences
FRS 187 Earth's Environments and Ancient Civilizations (in Cyprus)

Simone Marchesi, Associate Professor of French and Italian
FRS 169 Dante's Inferno: A Guide to Hell (and Back)

Gaetana Marrone-Puglia, Professor of French and Italian
FRS 114 History and Cinema: Fascism in Film

Clayton Marsh, Deputy Dean of the College
FRS 122 Deception in American Literature LA
 

W. Barksdale Maynard, Visiting Lecturer, Department of Art and Archaeology
FRS 113 Historic Gardens and Designed Landscapes

Ronald McCoy, University Architect, Office of the University Architect
FRS 107 Architecture and the American College Campus

Susanna Moore, Lecturer in Creative Writing and the Lewis Center for the Arts
FRS 189 Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Wisdom of Crowds

Anne Morel-Kraepiel, Lecturer in Chemistry and Freshman Seminars
FRS 116 Global Change and the Impact of Human Activities on the Biosphere: The Everglades Today and Tomorrow

Mahiri Mwita, Lecturer in Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies
FRS 154 How Not to Go to Africa: Alternative Voices on the (East) Africa Narrative

N

Kathleen Nolan, Lecturer in Sociology and Freshman Seminars
FRS 170 The Dreamkeepers: Education Reform and the Urban Teaching Experience
 
Janine Nunes, Associate Research Scholar, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
FRS 134 Emerging Micro and Nano-Engineered Technologies

P

Jason Puchalla, Lecturer in Physics
FRS 108 Light, Camera, Action
 
Samuel Philander, Professor of Geosciences
FRS 158 Why Global Warming is Controversial
 

R

Paul Reider, Lecturer in Chemistry
FRS 148 Drug Discovery: From Snake Venoms to Medicines

Ignacio Rodríguez-Iturbe, James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
FRS 111 Water: Keystone for Sustainable Development

Alan Ryan, Lecturer with the Rank of Professor in Politics
FRS 177 Roads Not Taken: Critics of Modern America 1880-1940 

S

Volker Schröder, Associate Professor of French and Italian
FRS 142 Into the Woods! What Disney Didn’t Tell You About Fairy Tales

Eldar Shafir, William Stewart Tod Professor of Psychology and Public Affairs
FRS 126 The Psychology of Scarcity

Harold T. Shapiro, President of the University, Emeritus. Professor of Economics and Public Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School
FRS 163 Science, Technology, and Public Policy

Justin Sheffield, Research Scholar, Civil and Environmental Engineering
FRS 125 Global Environmental Change: Science, Technology, and Policy

Lee Silver, Professor of Molecular Biology and Public Affairs
FRS 119 Exploring Human Genomes and the Future of Human Beings

Frederik Simons, Assistant Professor of Geosciences
FRS 187 Earth's Environments and Ancient Civilizations (in Cyprus)
 
Joel Smith, Visiting Lecturer in the Lewis Center for the Arts
FRS 101 Photographies: A Visual Studies Workshop

Alan Stahl, Lecturer in Classics
FRS 181 Medieval Globalism: International Commerce Before Columbus

Robert Stengel, Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
FRS 104 From the Earth to the Moon

Michael Strauss, Professor of Astrophysical Sciences
FRS 109 Modern Cosmology: From the Big Bang to the Present

Susan Sugarman, Professor of Psychology
FRS 144 Freud on the Psychology of Ordinary Mental Life

T

Emily Thompson, Professor of History
FRS 191 Listening In: Sonic Culture in American Society

Edwin Turner, Professor of Astrophysical Sciences
FRS 118 Life on Mars — or Maybe Not

V

Stéphanie Hennette-Vauchez, Visiting Faculty in the Program of Law and Public Affairs
FRS 128 Human Rights and Human Dignity

W

Barbara White, Professor of Music
FRS 137 Silence, Sound, Noise, Music: Everyday Noise And/As Art

Paul Willis, Lecturer with the Rank of Professor in Sociology
FRS 165 Work

Eric Wood, Susan Dod Brown Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
FRS 125 Global Environmental Change: Science, Technology, and Policy

Robert Wright, Visiting Lecturer in Religion
FRS 132 Science and Buddhism

Y

Ali Yazdani, Professor of Physics
FRS 156 Exotic Quantum States of Matter

Z

Ivan Zaknic, Visiting Professor of Architecture
FRS 120 Architects in Quest of the Ideal City

Eileen Zerba, Senior Lecturer in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
FRS 115 Agriculture, Food, and the Environment