Peter Barker, Professor (Ph.D., SUNY Buffalo)
History and historiography of the Scientific Revolution; 19th- and 20th-century physical science; 19th- and 20th-century psychology; philosophy of science.
Kathleen Crowther, Associate Professor (Ph.D., Johns Hopkins)
Early modern science and medicine; body and gender in early modern Europe; science and religion.
Hunter Heyck, Professor and Department Chair (Ph.D., Johns Hopkins)
19th- and 20th-century science; science and social thought; history of technology; information technology and society; technology and the environment.
Steven J. Livesey, Brian E. and Sandra O'Brien Presidential Professor, Emeritus (Ph.D., UCLA)
Medieval science; history of early scientific methodologies; science in medieval universities; manuscript studies.
Kerry Magruder, Curator and John H. and Drusa B. Cable Chair of the History of Science Collections, Associate Professor of Bibliography, Associate Professor of the History of Science (Ph.D., University of Oklahoma)
17th- and 18th-century theories of the earth; early geology, cosmology, visual representation; history of the book; science and religion; and the development of the historical sciences.
Aparna Nair, Assistant Professor (Ph.D., Australian National University)
Disability studies; disability and society; history of medicine and public health; health and society; colonial history; gender and health; economic history.
Marilyn B. Ogilvie, Curator Emeritus of the History of Science Collections, Professor Emeritus of Bibliography, Professor Emeritus of the History of Science (Ph.D., University of Oklahoma)
History of women and science, modern biological science.
Katherine Pandora, Associate Professor, Associates Presidential Professor (Ph.D., University of California, San Diego)
Science and the public; 19th- and 20th-century history of science; American science and technology; history of the social sciences; natural history; science studies.
Peter Soppelsa, Assistant Professor, Managing Editor, Technology and Culture (Ph.D. University of Michigan)
History of technology, urban history, media history, modern European history (especially France's Third Republic and Paris), modernism and modernity, visual studies, animal studies, public works and public health.
Rienk Vermij, Professor (Ph.D., University of Utrecht)
Cartesian natural philosophy; Copernicanism; early modern meteorology; Enlightenment, science and religion; science in the Netherlands.
Miriam Gross, Assistant Professor, Departments of History and International & Area Studies (Ph.D., University of California, San Diego)
History of East Asia medicine; environment, medicine, and public health in China; politics of public health; AIDS; endemic diseases; rural public health; global environmental issues; popularization of science.
Richard Hamerla, Associate Professor and Associate Dean, Honors College (Ph.D., Case Western)
History of the physical sciences; 19th-century science; history of chemistry; science in the 19th-century American west.
Rhona Seidelman, Assistant Professor, Department of History, Schusterman Center of Judaic and Israel Studies (Ph.D., Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)
Israeli history, immigration, public health, and medicine
Sarah W. Tracy, Edith Kinney Gaylord Presidential Professor, Associate Professor, Honors College (Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania)
History and sociology of medicine; medicine in American culture; gender and medicine; history of the human sciences; history of psychoactive substances; sociology of knowledge; science studies; medical anthropology; food studies.