executive board

Lawrence M. Principe

Lawrence M. Principe

Director, Charles Singleton Center for the Study of Pre-Modern Europe
Drew Professor of the Humanities, Department of the History of Science and Technology

PhD, History of Science, Johns Hopkins University
PhD, Organic Chemistry, Indiana University

Gilman 376

Research Interests: Early modern and late medieval science and technology, especially the history of alchemy/chemistry and issues of science and theology/religion

Sharon Achinstein

Sharon Achinstein

Sir William Osler Professor of English, Department of English

Gilman 24

Research Interests: Early modern literature, poetry, and poetics, gender

Stephen Campbell

Stephen Campbell

Henry and Elizabeth Wiesenfeld Professor and Acting Department Chair, Department of History of Art

PhD, Johns Hopkins University

Gilman 170

Research Interests: Reception of antiquity in Italy 1300-1600, literature and the figurative arts, art theory

Earle Havens

Earle Havens

Director, The Virginia Fox Stern Center for the History of the Book in the Renaissance
Nancy H. Hall Curator of Rare Books & Manuscripts, The Sheridan Libraries
Adjunct Professor (full rank), Department of Modern Languages and Literatures

PhD, Yale University (History and Renaissance Studies)

Department of Special Collections, Brody Learning Commons
Michael Kwass

Michael Kwass

Professor and Chair, Department of History

PhD, University of Michigan

Gilman 338A

Research Interests: Early Modern France, French Revolution, French Atlantic, globalization

Yitzhak Y. Melamed

Yitzhak Y. Melamed

Charlotte Bloomberg Professor of the Humanities, Department of Philosophy

PhD, Yale University

Gilman 274

Research Interests: Early modern philosophy, German idealism, metaphysics

Karen ní Mheallaigh

Karen ní Mheallaigh

Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, Classics

PhD, Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

Gilman 114
Gianna Pomata

Gianna Pomata

Professor, Institute for the History of Medicine

1900 East Monument Street

Research Interests: Scientific empiricism, history of the body, gender history, women's history, Individualized medicine, medical care narratives, case histories, doctor-patient relationship, early modern European social and cultural history, history of medicine

Walter Stephens

Walter Stephens

Charles S. Singleton Professor of Italian Studies and Director of the Italian Subdivision, Department of Modern Languages & Literatures
Director of Graduate Studies for Italian

PhD, Cornell University; PhD, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa

Gilman 408

Research Interests: Medieval and Renaissance Italian literature