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

Sarah Anderson, Lecturer in English
FRS 154 The Fantasy of the Middle Ages: Stories and Storytelling

Nathan Arrington, Assistant Professor of Art and Archaeology. Class of 1931 Bicentennial Preceptor
FRS 126 Contact: The Archaeology of Interaction in the Ancient Mediterranean

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Yelena Baraz, Assistant Professor of Classics. Jonathan Edwards Bicentennial Preceptor
FRS 147 Elektra (and Her Family) from Homer to Freud

Margaret Beissinger, Research Scholar, Slavic Languages and Literatures
FRS 163 Narratives of Identity in the "Other" Europe: Reading Culture in the Balkans

Alfred Bendixen, Lecturer in English
FRS 164 Sources of Terror in American Literature and Culture

Manjul Bhargava, The Brandon Fradd, Class of 1983, Professor of Mathematics
FRS 156 The Mathematics of Magic Tricks and Games

John Borneman, Professor of Anthropology
FRS 165 Self to Selfies

Marina Brownlee, Robert Schirmer Professor of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures and Comparative Literature. Chair, Committee for Renaissance Studies
FRS 167 Endless Romance: Allure and Risk from Daphnis and Chloe to Lolita

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Bruno Carvalho, Assistant Professor of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures. George H. and Mildred F. Whitfield University Preceptor in the Humanities
FRS 135 Soccer and Latin America: Politics, History, Popular Culture

Ellen Chances, Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures
FRS 137 What Makes for a Meaningful Life? A Search

Janet Chen, Associate Professor of History and East Asian Studies
FRS 102 The Many Lives of Mao Zedong

Sarah Chihaya, Assistant Professor of English
FRS 169 Student Life: The University in Literature and Film

Thomas Conlan, Professor of East Asian Studies and History
FRS 128 Conquests and Heroes: A Comparative History of War

John Cooper, Henry Putnam University Professor of Philosophy. Director, Program in Classical Philosophy
FRS 119 Socrates: Moral Philosophy and the Philosophical Life

Chiara Cordelli, University Center for Human Values
FRS 121 Family, Friends, and Groups: The Ethics of Association

Bradin Cormack, Professor of English
FRS 185 Utopia: How Fiction Meets the World

Jane Cox, Lecturer in Theater and the Lewis Center for the Arts
FRS 158 The Art of Light: A Creative Exploration of the Role of Light in Artistic Expression

Simon Cullen, Department of Philosophy
FRS 187 Philosophical Analysis Using Argument Maps

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John Danner, Visiting Research Scholar, Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education
FRS 101 Can Entrepreneurial Innovation Cure What Ails America's Healthcare "System"?

Shamik Dasgupta, Assistant Professor of Philosophy
FRS 187 Philosophical Analysis Using Argument Maps

Elizabeth Davis, Assistant Professor of Anthropology. Richard Stockton Bicentennial Preceptor
FRS 114 Culture and Soul

Jean-Christophe de Swaan, Lecturer in Economics
FRS 149 Ethics in Financial Markets

Marc Domingo Gygax, Associate Professor of Classics
FRS 104 Rethinking Truth and Objectivity in History

Mitchell Duneier, Maurice P. During Professor of Sociology
FRS 161 The Forgotten Ghetto

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Marc Fleurbaey, Robert E. Kuenne Professor in Economics and Humanistic Studies. Professor of Public Affairs and the University Center for Human Values
FRS 134 Capitalism, Utopia, and Social Justice

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Jennifer Gilmore, Lecturer in Creative Writing and the Lewis Center for the Arts
FRS 123 Jewish American Literature: Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?

Adele Goldberg, Professor of Linguistics in the Council of the Humanities
FRS 131 Child Language Acquisition

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Elizabeth Harman, Associate Professor of Philosophy and the University Center for Human Values
FRS 146 Designing Life: The Ethics of Creation and Its Control

Caroline Harris, Associate Director for Education, Art Museum
FRS 175 Behind the Scenes: Inside the Princeton University Art Museum

Katherine Hill-Reischl, Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures
FRS 171 Photography and Literature

Patricia Hoffbauer, Lecturer in Dance and the Lewis Center for the Arts
FRS 160 Bodies in Cultural Landscapes

William Howarth, Professor of English, Emeritus. Lecturer with the rank of Professor in English and Freshman Seminars
FRS 177 American Noir

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Mara Isaacs, Visiting Lecturer in English
FRS 132 Creating Documentary Performance

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Stefan Kamola, Link-Cotsen Fellow in the Society of Fellows in the Council of the Humanities and History
FRS 179 Nomads, Nomadism, and Nomadology

Stanley Katz, Lecturer with the rank of Professor in Public and International Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School
FRS 151 Philanthropy: Can We Save the World Through Generosity?

Erika Kiss, Associate Research Scholar, University Center for Human Values. Director, University Center for Human Values Film Forum. Lecturer in Comparative Literature.
FRS 191 Did Kubrick Invent the iPad? Introduction to the Close Reading of Films

Sheila Kohler, Lecturer in Creative Writing and the Lewis Center for the Arts
FRS 183 Narrative Techniques in Freud's Great Case Histories

Alan Krueger, Lynn Bendheim Thoman, Class of 1976, and Robert Bendheim, Class of 1937, Professor in Economics and Public Policy, Woodrow Wilson School. Director, PU Survey Center
FRS 139 Great Economic Challenges of 2014

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David Law, Visiting Research Scholar, Woodrow Wilson School and the Program in Law and Public Affairs
FRS 189 Constitutional Law and International Law

Christina Lee, Associate Research Scholar, Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures. Lecturer in Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures
FRS 116 The Far East in the Western Imagination

Natasha Lee, Assistant Professor of French and Italian
FRS 148 The Politics of Seeing: The Films of the French New Wave

Michael Lemonick, Visiting Lecturer in Astrophysical Sciences and Freshman Seminars
FRS 118 Life on Mars — Or Maybe Not

Michael Litchman, Lecturer, Department of Psychology
FRS 153 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

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Simone Marchesi, Associate Professor of French and Italian
FRS 155 Dante's Inferno: A Guide to Hell (and back)

Federico Marcon, Assistant Professor of East Asian Studies and History
FRS 141 Japanese Monsters and Ghosts: A Social History

Gaetana Marrone-Puglia, Professor of French and Italian
FRS 120 History and Cinema: Fascism in Film

Clayton Marsh, Deputy Dean of the College
FRS 143 American Deception

W. Barksdale Maynard, Lecturer, School of Architecture
FRS 173 Historic Gardens and Designed Landscapes

Anne McCauley, David Hunter McAlpin Professor of the History of Photography and Modern Art. Professor of Art and Archaeology
FRS 157 Funny Pictures: Caricature and Modernity

Ronald McCoy, University Architect, Office of the University Architect
FRS 103 Architecture and the American College Campus

Michelle A. McKinley, Visiting Research Scholar, Woodrow Wilson School and the Program in Law and Public Affairs
FRS 117 Citizenship: Law, Culture, and Society

Zia Mian, Research Scientist, Woodrow Wilson School and the Program on Science and Global Security. Lecturer in Public and International Affairs
FRS 138 Life in a Nuclear-Armed World

Susanna Moore, Lecturer in Creative Writing in the Lewis Center for the Arts
FRS 181 Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Wisdom of Crowds

Anne Morel-Kraepiel, Research Scholar, Chemistry. Lecturer in Chemistry and Freshman Seminars
FRS 124 The Everglades Today and Tomorrow: Global Change and the Impact of Human Activities on the Biosphere

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Kathleen Nolan, Program Associate in Teacher Preparation, Coordinator for TESOL and Urban Teaching, Program in Teacher Preparation
FRS 105 The Dreamkeepers: Education Reform and the Urban Teaching Experience SA
 
Janine Nunes, Associate Research Scholar, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
FRS 136 Emerging Micro and Nano-Engineered Technologies

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Samuel Philander, Knox Taylor Professor of Geosciences
FRS 166 Why Global Warming is Controversial

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Jennifer Rampling, Assistant Professor of History
FRS 107 Alchemy, Art, and Science

Paul Reider, Lecturer in Chemistry
FRS 152 Drug Discovery: From Snake Venoms to Medicines

Catherine Riihimaki, Associate Director, Science Education, Council on Science and Technology
FRS 125 The Science and Art of Mapping the World

Ignacio Rodríguez-Iturbe, James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering
FRS 162 Water: Keystone for Sustainable Development

Neil Rudenstine, Provost of the University, Emeritus. Professor of English, Emeritus
FRS 111 20th-century Poetry: Politics, War, Love, and Religion

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Joseph Scanlan, Professor of Visual Arts in the Lewis Center for the Arts. Director, Program in Visual Arts
FRS 113 Contemporary Art and the Amateur

Esther Schor, Professor of English
FRS 108 Job, Suffering, and Modernity

Volker Schröder, Associate Professor of French and Italian
FRS 140 Into the Woods! What Disney Didn't Tell You About Fairy Tales

Jason Schwartz, Harold T. Shapiro Postdoctoral Research Associate in Bioethics, University Center for Human Values. Lecturer in the University Center for Human Values
FRS 129 Vaccination and Society: Ethics, Politics, and Public Health

Jeffrey Schwartz, Professor of Chemistry
FRS 127 The Smart Band-Aid

Ju Ri Seo, Assistant Professor
FRS 150 Music and the Mathematical Mind

Harold T. Shapiro, President of the University, Emeritus. Professor of Economics and Public Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School
FRS 159 Science, Technology, and Public Policy

Mona Singh, Professor of Computer Science and the Lewis Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics
FRS 110 Personal Genomes, Medicine, and Algorithms

Robert Stengel, Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. Director, Program in Robotics and Intelligent Systems
FRS 112 From the Earth to the Moon

Susan Stewart, Avalon Foundation University Professor in the Humanities. Professor of English. Director, Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts
FRS 115 What Makes a Poem Endure? 24 Lyric Masterpieces

Susan Sugarman, Professor of Psychology
FRS 142 Freud on the Psychology of Ordinary Mental Life

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Shirley M. Tilghman, President Emerita. Professor of Molecular Biology
FRS 144 How the Tabby Cat Got her Stripes

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Barbara White, Professor of Music
FRS 130 "Making Special": Everyday Experience And/As Art

Christian Wildberg, Professor of Classics. Director, Program in Hellenic Studies
FRS 122 Dionysus

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Eileen Zerba, Senior Lecturer in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
FRS 145 Signals, Yardsticks and Tipping Points: Global Warming and Ocean Environments