Faculty Profiles

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  • Margaret Cezair-Thompson

    Margaret Cezair-Thompson

    Senior Lecturer in English
    B.A., Barnard College; M.A., New York University; Ph.D., City University of New York

    Author of two novels and a screenplay. Fields: fiction-writing, screenwriting, postcolonial studies and modern British literature.

  • Gil Chalamish

    Gil Chalamish

    Visiting Lecturer in Jewish Studies
    B.Ed., Beit Berl College (Israel); Certificate, NETA Hebrew Teaching Program; M.A., Boston College

    Teaching focuses on conversational and written Hebrew.

  • Stanley S. Chang

    Whitehead Associate Professor of Critical Thought; Associate Professor of Mathematics
    B.A., University of California (Berkeley); M.A., Cambridge University (England); Ph.D., University of Chicago

    Research on positive scalar curvature and rigidity of manifolds, noncommutative geometry, tools of surgery theory; interested in issues on campus diversity and curricular rigor.

  • Maud Chaplin

    Professor Emerita of Philosophy
  • Jonathan M. Cheek

    Professor of Psychology
    B.A., George Washington University; M.A., University of Texas (Austin); Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University

    Professor of Personality Psychology. Research interests include shyness, self-concept, and identity orientations. 

  • Stephen H. Chen

    Stephen Chen

    Assistant Professor of Psychology
    B.A., Rutgers University; Ph.D., University of California (Berkeley)

    Research explores how culture and family processes influence development and mental health across the lifespan.

  • Dai Chen

    Senior Lecturer in Chinese
    B.A., Shanghai Teachers’ University; M.A., University of Iowa

    Interested in Chinese language pedagogy and second language acquisition.

  • Dan Chiasson

    Associate Professor of English
    B.A., Amherst College; Ph.D., Harvard University

    Poet and essayist.

  • James David Christie

    Wellesley College Organist
    B.A., Oberlin College; M.M.A., New England Conservatory of Music

    College organist and organ teacher; oversees the care of all the pipe organs on campus.

  • Paul A. Cohen

    Professor Emeritus of History
    Cornell University, B.A. University of Chicago, M.A., Ph.D. Harvard University

    Retired from teaching in 2000, but continues to be active in the field of Chinese history.

  • Courtney C. Coile

    Professor of Economics
    A.B., Harvard College; Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    Public economist, interested in using economic principles and research to inform our thinking about critical public policy issues.

  • William F. Coleman

    B.S., Eckerd College; Ph.D., Indiana University (Bloomington)

    Physical/Inorganic chemist, doing quantum chemistry and applications of computers in chemical education.

  • David Collins

    Coach/Accompanist
    B.M., Western Michigan University (Kalamazoo); M.M., University of Wisconsin (Madison); Ph.D., New England Conservatory of Music
  • Glorianne Collver-Jacobson

    Senior Music Performance Faculty in Guitar and Lute
    B.A., University of California (Berkeley)

    Classical and flamenco guitarist and lutenist; teacher and performer, developing instructional materials for the study of classical guitar.

  • Catia Confortini

    Assistant Professor of Peace and Justice Studies
    B.S., Università degli Studi di Firenze; M.A., University of Notre Dame; Ph.D., University of Southern California

    Scholar and activist around issues of peace and gender.

  • Ann Congleton

    Professor Emerita of Philosophy
    B.A., Wellesley College; M.A., Ph.D., Yale University

    Professor Emerita of the history of philosophy, particularly Plato and Aristotle and feminist theory.

  • Bevil R. Conway

    Associate Professor of Neuroscience
    B.S., McGill University; M.M.Sc., Harvard Medical School; Ph.D., Harvard University

    Visual neuroscientist and artist, examines neural basis of color using physiological, behavioral, and modeling techniques. (Visit Website)

  • Elena Tajima Creef

    Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies
    B.A., University of California (Riverside); M.A., University of California (Santa Barbara); Ph.D., University of California (Santa Cruz)

    Engaged in research on Asian American visual histories in photography, film, and popular culture.

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