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Faculty Research Interests

Faculty Research Interests
Matt Bauer
  • Linguistics
James R. Dabbert
  • English as a Second Language
  • American Art
Michael Davis
  • Integration of ethics into technical courses
  • Promotion of globally responsive research
Maureen A. Flanagan
  • Urban history with an emphasis on late 19th and early 20th centuries
  • Gender and urbanization
  • Comparative global urban history
  • U.S. cities in the Progressive Era
Libby Hemphill
  • Social media and networks
  • Data access and curation
  • User experience
  • Computer-mediated communication
  • Political communication
Marie Hicks
  • History of technology
  • Computing history
  • Gender and technology
  • Institutional change
  • Modern Europe
Carly A. Kocurek
  • Digital culture
  • Game design
  • Media studies
  • History of video gaming
  • Video games and gender
  • Video game violence
Margaret Power
  • Latin America (Chile and Puerto Rico)
  • Women
  • Gender
  • Human Rights
  • The Right
Gregory Pulliam
  • English language and linguistics
  • Communication
  • English as a Second Language
Warren Schmaus
  • Philosophy of science
  • History of philosophy of science
  • History of philosophy in 19th and early 20th century France
  • History and philosophy of the social sciences
  • Relationships among sociology, anthropology, psychology, and neuroscience for understanding cognition
  • Values and the social organization of science
John Snapper
  • Ethical issues confronting the software community
  • Philosophical foundations for property policies
  • Theory of the Fine Arts, since 1900
  • History of philosophical skepticism, from classical Greece to today
Karl Stolley
  • Social media
  • Web design and development
  • User interfaces
  • Open source and open standards
  • Sustainability and digital archiving
  • The rhetoric of programming languages