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Faculty & Staff



STS Director, 2022-2024
Joy Rohde —



STS Administration
History Student Services Assistant -

John Carson
Department of History
History of science, history of the human sciences, US intellectual/cultural history,19th-century U.S. history, European intellectual history.
Henry M. Cowles
Department of History
Human sciences, methodology, and mental health in the United States and Great Britain
1658 Haven Hall
Joel D. Howell
Department of History, Medical School
Medicine, history and sociology of science.
Anna Kirkland
Department of Women and Gender Studies
Law and society, law and politics of health.
Joy Knoblauch
School of Architecture and Urban Planning
Co-coordinator STeMS Speaker Series, 2019-2020
Architecture, government, and population informed by psychology, medicine, and other human sciences. American hospitals, prisons, mental health centers, and urbanism.
Shobita Parthasarathy
Ford School of Public Policy
Comparative politics of science and technology; science, expertise, and democracy; politics of intellectual property; risk governance (particularly related to health, food, and the environment); genetics/biotechnology/biomedicine.
Elizabeth F.S. Roberts
Department of Anthropology
Director of Undergraduate Studies 2019-2020
Critical study of medicine, science and biotechnology.
108 West Hall, 1085 S. University Ave., Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1107 734.936.0642
Joy Rohde
Ford School of Public Policy
Director, Science, Technology & Society, 2022-2023
History of science and technology; history of the human sciences; science and technology policy; expertise and democracy.
Weill Hall, 735 S. State Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-3091 734.615.6972
Christian Sandvig
Department of Communication and Media
New media technologies; infrastructure studies; technology law and policy; human-computer interaction.
Perrin Selcer
Department of History
Global environmental history; history and sociology of science, focusing on 20th century environmental and human sciences; international organizations and international development; U.S. and the World
Scott Stonington
Department of Anthropology; Medical School
Globalization of biomedical ethics and expertise.
Kentaro Toyama
School of Information
Information and communication technologies and development (ICTD), technology and social change, human-computer interaction.
3444 North Quad
School of Information
105 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1285