Faculty and Staff

James R. Fleming
Professor of Science, Technology and Society

Office: On Sabbatical 2013-14
Tel: 207-859-5881
Email: jfleming@colby.edu

Professor Fleming came to Colby to establish the STS Program. His research involves the history of meteorology, global climate change, and environmental science and technology. He enjoys fishing, jazz, BBQs, and seeing students flourish. “Nothing is really work unless you would rather be doing something else.”  Profile here: http://www.colby.edu/profile/jfleming

Paul Josephson
STS Chair; Professor of History and Science, Technology and Society

Office: Miller 246
Tel: 207-859-5326
Email: prjoseph@colby.edu

Paul is a specialist in the history of twentieth-century science and technology. His research to date has focused upon Soviet science and technology. In recent years, he has sought to evaluate the extent to which the American, German, Brazilian, Norwegian, and East Europe experience differs from that of the Soviet Union. Paul runs marathons, and worries about the terrible human and ecological costs of snowmobiles, jet-skis and other ATVs.

Leonard S. Reich
Professor of Science, Technology and Society, and Administrative Science

Office: Diamond 352
Tel: 207-859-5205
Email: lsreich@colby.edu

Lenny researches the history of the electrical industry, especially the combination of science, technology and business that have made companies such as General Electric and AT&T potent forces over the last hundred years. Recently he has focused upon the history of transportation, with emphasis on the business and environmental consequences of technological change.

Prof. Joseph MartinJoseph D. Martin
Faculty Fellow in Science, Technology and Society

Office: Mudd 310
Tel: 207-859-5882
Email: jdmartin@colby.edu

Joe works at the intersections of history and philosophy of science and technology. His current research projects consider American solid state and condensed matter physics during the Cold War, questions about the contingency of scientific knowledge, and the cultural impacts of emerging technologies. Joe is a long-time hockey player. Come winter, you’ll likely find him pushing a puck around Johnson Pond.

Carole Evans
Administrative Secretary

Office: Mudd 413
Phone: 207-859-5830
Fax: 207-859-5846
Email: cbevans@colby.edu


STS Advisory Committee

Matthew Archibald,

Chandra Bhimull,
Anthropology and African American Studies

Daniel Cohen,

Elizabeth Finch,
Museum of Art

Jim Fleming,

Fernando Gouvea,

Jonathan Hallstrom,

Britt Halvorson,

Paul Josephson,

Lauren Lessing,
Museum of Art

Laurie Osborne,

Keith Peterson,

Lenny Reich ,
Admin. Science and STS

Laura Saltz
Art and American Studies

Dale Skrien,
Computer Science

Judy Stone,

Andrea Tilden,

Emeritus Faculty:

Charles Bassett

Henry A. Gemery

Homer T. (Pete) Hayslett

Thomas Longstaff

Robert McArthur


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