Freshman Seminar Faculty 2019 - 20

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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 and the Avant Garde LA

Sarah Anderson, Lecturer in English

FRS 103 Word ↔Image: Encounters, Exchanges, and Clashes LA

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Basile Baudez, Assistant Professor of Art and Archaeology

FRS 105 Adventures, Afterlives, and Others in the Middle Ages SA

Margaret Beissinger, Research Scholar and Lecturer in Slavic Languages and Literatures

FRS 163 Once Upon a Time: Magic Tales and their Meaning LA

Alfred Bendixen, Lecturer in English

FRS 102 Imagining New York: The City in Fiction LA

Andre Benhaim, Associate Professor of French and Italian

FRS 111 Sacred Guests, Scared Hosts: The Risks and Rewards of Hospitality in Secular Times EM

Swati Bhatt, Lecturer in Economics

FRS 122 Connection and Communication in the Digital Bazaar SA

Mariana Bono, Lecturer in Spanish and Portuguese

FRS 173 Mother Tongues: Language and National Identity in the 21st Century SA

Leah Boustan, Professor of Economics

FRS 107 Economics of Immigration in the US: Past and Present SA

Ra'anan Boustan, Research Scholar, Program in Judaic Studies

FRS 119 Martyrdom and Religious Violence in the Ancient Mediterranean World HA

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Nadia Cervantes Perez, Lecturer in Spanish and Portuguese

FRS 104 Before and After the Wall: US-Mexico Border Fictions LA

Ellen Chances, Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures

FRS 115 What Makes for a Meaningful Life? A Search EM

Steven Chanenson, Visiting Research Scholar in Program in Law and Public Affairs

FRS 108 Sentencing and Punishment SA

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John 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

Tessa Lowinske Desmond, Associate Research Scholar, Program in American Studies

FRS 191 Consuming America: Five Critical Food Puzzles SA

Jean-Christophe de Swaan, Lecturer in Economics

FRS 149 Ethics in Finance SA

Alex Dimitrov, Lecturer in Program in Creative Writing

FRS 121 Poetry in the Political and Sexual Revolution of the 1960s and 70s LA

James (Alec) Dun, Lecturer in History, Assistant Dean of the College

FRS 127 Before Hamilton: Histories of The Early American Republic HA

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Mark Edwards, Lecturer in Religion

FRS 112 Imprisoned Minds: Religion and Philosophy from Jail EM

Ryan Edwards, Visiting Associate Research Scholar, Program in Latin American Studies

FRS 110 Patagonia: From Landscape to Lifestyle Brand HA

Adam Elga, Professor of Philosophy

FRS 114 Free Will and the Problem of Evil EC

Lauren Emberson, Assistant Professor of Psychology

FRS 129 How Does Experience Build a Brain? EC

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Harold Feiveson, Lecturer in Public and International Affairs

FRS 134 Scientists Against Time HA

Christiane 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

Adam Finkelstein, Professor of Computer Science

FRS 131 Creating Audio-Visual Generative Art in the Digital Medium QR

Elena Fratto, Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures

FRS 113 American and Russian Science Fiction: Story-Worlds in Dialogue LA

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Sheldon Garon, Nissan Professor in Japanese Studies. Professor of History and East Asian Studies

FRS 124 Atomic-bombing and Firebombing Cities in World War II: Morality, Science, and Race HA

Dannelle Gutarra CorderoLecturer in African American Studies

FRS 133 Race in Latin America HA

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Christopher Hailey, Lecturer in Music

FRS 117 Before the Holocaust: Germans, Jews, Music, and Identity LA

Jonathan Hanke, Visiting Lecturer in Mathematics

FRS 170 The Mathematics of Secrecy, Search, and Society! QR

Thomas Hare, William Sauter LaPorte '28 Professor in Regional Studies, Professor of Comparative Literature

FRS 143 Ever Since Nefertiti: Ancient Egypt in (Post)Modern Eyes, Ears, Minds, and Bodies EM

Caroline Harris, Associate Director for Education, Art Museum; Lecturer in Art and Archaeology

FRS 132 Behind the Scenes: Inside the Princeton University Art Museum LA

Daniel Hoffman-Schwartz, Lecturer in Comparative Literature

FRS 126 Marx in the 21st Century SA

Robert Hutchings, Visiting Professor in Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs

FRS 130 The Cold War and its Legacy SA

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Marzenna James, Lecturer in Politics and International Affairs

FRS 145 Russia and Eastern Europe: From Communism to Hybrid Warfare SA

Chao-Hui Jenny Liu, Lecturer in East Asian Studies

FRS 193 Object Immigrants: Six Objects from China in American Collections SA

Martin Johnson, Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education

FRS 158 So, You Want To Change the World? SA

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Laura Kahn, Research Scholar, Program on Science and Global Security, Woodrow Wilson School

FRS 120 Hogs, Bats, and Ebola: An Introduction to One Health Policy SA

Deborah Kaple, Research Scholar, Sociology

FRS 150 Cold War in the USSR: The Life and Times of Nikita Khrushchev SA

Thomas Kelly, Professor of Philosophy

FRS 137 Intellectual Foundations of Modern Conservatism SA

Anna Arabindan Kesson, Assistant Professor of Art and Archaeology and African American Studies

FRS 140 Pathologies of Difference: Art, Medicine, and Race in the British Empire LA

Sheila Kohler, Lecturer in Creative Writing and the Lewis Center for the Arts

FRS 147 How People Change: The Stages of Life Seen Through the Eyes of Great Short Story Writers LA

Felicia Kornbluh, Visiting Associate Professor in Program in Law and Public Affairs

FRS 187 Complex Cases: Law, Justice, and Equality in Modern America SA

Jaamil Olawale Kosoko, Lecturer in Lewis Center for the Arts

FRS 144 The Radical Imagination LA

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Aaron Landsman, Lecturer in Theater and the Lewis Center for the Arts

FRS 164 Is Politics a Performance? A Seminar on Participation SA

Michael Lemonick, Visiting Lecturer in Astrophysical Sciences, Freshman Seminars, and the Princeton Environmental Institute

FRS 118 Life on Mars — Or Maybe Not SA

Beth Lew-Williams, Assistant Professor of History

FRS 153 Excluded, Interned, Occupied: Asians in American History HA

Michael Littman, Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

FRS 106 Art and Science of Motorcycle Design STL

John Londregan, Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School

FRS 157 Speaking our Minds SA

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Adam Maloof, Professor of Geosciences

FRS 161 Earth’s Energy & Resources: Opportunity and Threat (in Italy) STL

Anastasia Mann, Lecturer in Public and International Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School

FRS 165 Thrive! Public Policy and Opportunity SA

Simone Marchesi, Associate Professor of French and Italian

FRS128 Dante’s Inferno LA

Gaetana Marrone-Puglia, Professor of French and Italian

FRS 142 History and Cinema: Fascism in Film HA

Zia Mian, Research Scientist, Woodrow Wilson School and the Program on Science and Global Security

FRS 171 Life in a Nuclear-Armed World SA

Susanna Moore, Lecturer in Creative Writing and the Lewis Center for the Arts

FRS 169 Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Wisdom of Crowds LA

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Barbara Nagel, Assistant Professor of German

FRS 160 How Not to Be a Leader LA

Yael Niv, Professor of Psychology and the Princeton Neuroscience Institute

FRS 172 Our Subjective Reality EC

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Sheila Pontis, Lecturer in Computer Science

FRS 175 Reimagining your World: Creativity Scholarship, Skills, and Practical Applications EC

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Paul Reider, Lecturer with the Rank of Professor in Chemistry

FRS 152 Drug Discovery: From Snake Venoms to Medicines STN

Catherine Riihimaki, Lecturer – Council on Science and Technology

FRS 174 The Science and Art of Mapping the World STN

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Harold T. Shapiro, President of the University, Emeritus; Professor of Economics and Public Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School

FRS 159 Science, Technology, and Public Policy SA

FRS 162 Bioethics: Public Policy, Ethics and the Law SA

Frederik Simons, Professor of Geosciences

FRS 161 Earth’s Energy & Resources: Opportunity and Threat (in Italy) STL

Jeff Snyder, Senior Lecturer in Music

FRS 131 Creating Audio-Visual Generative Art in the Digital Medium QR

Robert 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 STN

Brian Steininger, Assistant Professor of East Asian Studies

FRS 181 Technologies of the Self in East Asia EC

Joe Stephens, Lecturer in The Council of the Humanities. Ferris Professor of Journalism

FRS 166 What to Read and Believe in the Digital Age SA

Katerina Stergiopoulou, Assistant Professor of Classics and the Stanley J. Seeger '52 Center for Hellenic Studies

FRS 125 Modernity and Myth LA

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Tehseen Thaver, Assistant Professor of Religion

FRS 154 Religion and Secularism SA

Edwin Turner, Professor of Astrophysical Sciences

FRS 118 Life on Mars — Or Maybe Not SA

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Maria Josefa Velasco, Lecturer in the Council of the Humanities

FRS 185 Revolutions and Music HA

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Kasey Wagoner, Lecturer in Physics

FRS 170 Physics of Baseball and Softball STN

Omar Wasow, Assistant Professor of Politics

FRS 138 Projecting Power SA

Barbara White, Professor of Music

FRS 189 Everyday Enchantment: Blurring the Boundary Between the Arts and Life LA