Freshman Seminar Faculty

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Shariffa Ali, Lecturer in Theater and the Lewis Center for the Arts
FRS 101 Afronaut Ascension: A Creative Exploration of Afrofuturism & the Avant Garde LA
Sarah M. Anderson, Lecturer in English
FRS 110 Getting Even: the Plots and Principles of Revenge LA

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Alfred Bendixen, Lecturer in English    
FRS 197 Imagining New York: the City in Fiction LA
Swati Bhatt, Lecturer in Economics    
FRS 122 The Digital World: Connection and Communication SA
Mariana Bono, Lecturer in Spanish and Portuguese    
FRS 114 Mother Tongues SA
John W. Borneman, Professor of Anthropology    
FRS 103 Self to Selfie SA

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Jenny Calivas, Lecturer in Visual Arts
FRS 175 Performance and Photography LA
Nadia Cervantes Pérez, Lecturer in Spanish and Portuguese
FRS 154 Before and After the Wall: U.S.-Mexico Border Fictions LA
Ellen B. Chances, Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures
FRS 115 What Makes for a Meaningful Life? A Search EM
Jesse ClarkPostdoctoral Research Associate, Princeton Neuroscience Institute
FRS 144 Fixing Bugs in Democracy: U.S. Electoral Reform for the 21st Century SA
Corey J. Cusimano, Program in Cognitive Science
FRS 193 Belief and Ideology EC

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Fara Dabhoiwala, Senior Research Scholar, History
FRS 120 Truth and Imagination: Writing Fiction, Writing History HA
John D. Danner, Entrepreneurship Specialist, Electrical Engineering and the Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education
FRS 109 The Other 'F' Word: Success and Innovation's Sibling? SA
Jean-Christophe de Swaan, Lecturer in Economics
FRS 149 Ethics in Finance SA
Alexander Dimitrov, Lecturer in Program in Creative Writing
FRS 102 Poetry in the Political & Sexual Revolution of the 1960s & 70s CD
Lynda G. Dodd, Lecturer in Princeton School of Public and International Affairs
FRS 140 Courts, Law, and the Black Lives Matter Movement SA
Brigid Doherty, Associate Professor of German and Art and Archaeology
FRS 183 A Portrait of the Artist As LA
Thomas S. Duffy, Professor of Geosciences
FRS 158 All That Glitters: The Science of Diamond and Gemstones    SEN

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Mark J. Edwards, Lecturer in Religion
FRS 112 Imprisoned Minds: Religion and Philosophy from Jail EM

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Marina Fedosik, Lecturer in Princeton Writing Program
FRS 139 Ways of Knowing CD SA
Harold Feiveson, Lecturer in Public and International Affairs
FRS 134 Scientists Against Time SA
Christiane D. Fellbaum, Senior Research Scholar, Computer Science; Lecturer in the Council of the Humanities, the Program in Linguistics, Computer Science, and Freshman Seminars
FRS 116 The Evolution of Human Language    EC
Vivia Font, Lecturer in Theater
FRS 187 ACTING Against Oppression: Notes from the other América LA

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Varun Gauri, Princeton School of Public and International Affairs
FRS 113 Global Poverty - Who is Responsible? SA
Sophie G. Gee, Associate Professor of English
FRS 120 Truth and Imagination: Writing Fiction, Writing History HA
Penelope Georges, Associate Professional Specialist, Council on Science and Technology    
FRS 127 Body Builders: Living Systems as Art Media SEN
Marcus Gibson, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Politics and the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions
FRS 107 Happiness and Being Human in Catholic Thought EM
Mark Glat, Visiting Lecturer in Psychology
FRS 153 Pandemic Pedagogy SA
Claire GmachlEugene Higgins Professor of Electrical Engineering
FRS 178 Quantum Engineering: Foundations and Impact SEN

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Christopher Hailey, Lecturer in Music
FRS 117 Music, Memory, and the Holocaust    EM
Andrew M. Hakim, Associate Director for Professional Development, Office of the Dean of the College
FRS 145 Learning to “Spell”: Visions of School in Fantasy and Science Fiction LA
Caroline I. Harris, Associate Director for Education, Art Museum; Lecturer in Art and Archaeology
FRS 121 Behind the Scenes: Inside the Princeton University Art Museum LA
Daniel L. Hoffman-Schwartz, Lecturer in Comparative Literature
FRS 126 Marx in the 21st Century SA
Anais Holgado-Lage, Lecturer in Spanish and Portuguese
FRS 150 The way we talk: identity through our own dialect SA
Nasser Hussain, James Madison Program
FRS 105 American Identity at a Crossroads?    SA
Robert L. Hutchings, Lecturer with the rank of Professor at Princeton School of Public and International Affairs
FRS 199 Diplomatic Encounters -- Or, So You Want To Be a Diplomat HA

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Laura H. Kahn, Research Scholar, Program on Science and Global Security, Princeton School of Public and International Affairs
FRS 125 Bats, Ducks, and Pandemics: An Introduction to One Health Policy SA
Daphne E. Kalotay, Lecturer in Creative Writing
FRS 148 Exploring the Uncanny through Short Fiction LA
Janet E. Kay, Associate Research Scholar, Art and Archaeology
FRS 165 Archaeology as History HA
Casey L. Kelleher, Instructor in Mathematics
FRS 177 Aerial Knot Theory QCR
Thomas P. Kelly, Professor of Philosophy
FRS 137 Intellectual Foundations of Modern Conservatism    SA
Steven A. Kelts, Lecturer in the University Center for Human Values and Freshman Seminars
FRS 128 Tech/Ethics    EM
Sheila M. Kohler, Lecturer in Creative Writing
FRS 147 How People Change the Short Story and Life's Transitions LA
Zoe S. Kwok, Associate Curator of Asian Art, Art Museum
FRS 160 China's Objects: Opulence and Innovation LA

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Joel B. Lande, Assistant Professor of German
FRS 156 Freedom in the Age of Revolutions    HA
Aaron Landsman, Lecturer in Theater and the Lewis Center for the Arts
FRS 143 Is Politics a Performance SA
Michael D. Lemonick, Visiting Lecturer in Astrophysical Sciences, Freshman Seminars, and the Princeton Environmental Institute
FRS 118 Life on Mars--or Maybe Not    SA
Rhodri Lewis, Senior Research Scholar, English
FRS 185 Tragedy and the Meaning of Life LA
Pamela E. Lins, Lecturer in Visual Arts and the Lewis Center for the Arts
FRS 173 First Year Painting Studio Seminar LA
Michael G. Littman, Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
FRS 106 Art and Science of Motorcycle Design SEL
AnneMarie Luijendijk, Professor of Religion
FRS 171 The Lives of Early Christian Women HA

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Adam C. Maloof, Professor of Geosciences
FRS 161 How Green is Your Campus? SEL
Simone Marchesi, Associate Professor of French and Italian
FRS 129 Monsters Among Us    LA
Gaetana Marrone-Puglia, Professor of French and Italian
FRS 142 History and Cinema: Fascism in Film HA
Perla Masi, Lecturer in Spanish and Portuguese
FRS 181 On Love and Politics    LA
Pratap B. MehtaLaurence S. Rockefeller Visiting Professor for Distinguished Teaching at Centre for Human Values, and Visiting Scholar, PIIRS
FRS 132 The Crisis of Liberal Democracy in Global Context SA
Renita Miller, Associate Dean for Access, Diversity and Inclusion, Office of the Dean of the Graduate School
FRS 119 Race, Representation, and Education Policy CD SA
Susanna P. Moore, Lecturer in Creative Writing and the Lewis Center for the Arts
FRS 169 Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Wisdom of Crowds LA
Ryo Morimoto, Assistant Professor of Anthropology
FRS 152 Nuclear Princeton: An Indigenous Approach to Science and the Environment CD

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Barbara N. Nagel, Assistant Professor of German
FRS 133 What Will Happen to Her Next? LA

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Bent-Jorgen Perlmutt, Lecturer in Visual Arts and the Lewis Center for the Arts
FRS 138 Representation in Documentary Filmmaking CD LA
Adam Podowitz-ThomasSenior Legal Strategist, Princeton Neuroscience Institute
FRS 144 Fixing Bugs in Democracy: U.S. Electoral Reform for the 21st Century SA
H. Vincent Poor, Michael Henry Strater University Professor of Electrical Engineering
FRS 179 Princeton and the Dawn of the Information Age HA

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Eldar Shafir, Class of 1987 Professor in Behavioral Science and Public Policy. Professor of Psychology and Public Affairs
FRS 155 The Human Context    EC
Harold Shapiro, President of the University, Emeritus; Professor of Economics and Public Affairs, Princeton School of Public and International Affairs
FRS 159 Science, Technology, and Public Policy SA
Benjamin Schvarcz, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Politics
FRS 146 Central Dilemmas of Israeli Politics SA
Ali G. Siddiqui (Gibran), Associate Research Scholar, Near Eastern Studies
FRS 189 Sufis, Slaves and Soldiers: Premodern Mobility in South and Central Asia HA
Frederik Simons, Professor of Geosciences
FRS 161 How Green is Your Campus? SEL
Robert H. Socolow, Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Emeritus. Senior Research Scholar, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
FRS 151 Time Capsules for Climate Change to be Opened at Your Reunions SEN
Tim Szetela, Lecturer in Visual Arts and the Lewis Center for the Arts
FRS 174 Drawing Data LA

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Rodrigo Therezo,
FRS 191 Atheism and the Death of God EM

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Aynsley Vandenbroucke, Lecturer in Dance and the Lewis Center for the Arts
FRS 195 Stillness LA
Robert J. Vanderbei, Professor of Operations Research and Financial Engineering
FRS 131 Sizing Up The Universe QCR
Iryna Vushko, Assistant Professor of History
FRS 167 Europe, Russia and in-Between: Historical Encounters, Late Eighteenth Century to the Present HA

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Johannes Wankhammer, Assistant Professor of German
FRS 136 What Is Critique? EC
Veronica White, Curator of Academic Programs, Art Museum
FRS 121 Behind the Scenes: Inside the Princeton University Art Museum LA
Barbara A. White, Professor of Music
FRS 111 Everyday Enchantment: Blurring the Boundary Between the Arts and Life LA
Shannon K. Winston, Lecturer in Princeton Writing Program
FRS 130 Sick: Interrogating Illness Narratives LA

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Julian E. Zelizer, Malcolm Stevenson Forbes, Class of 1941 Professor of History and Public Affairs, Princeton School of Public & International Affairs
FRS 114 1964: Tipping Point  HA