Current Graduate Students
Bryce Beasley (BA, History, University of California, Davis)
Late Medieval History of Medicine, Botany and Pharmacology, Science and Medicine during the Italian Quattrocento, Cultural History, Medieval Irish Archaeology, and Manuscript Studies
James Burnes (MA, History, Lamar University; MA, History of Science, Technology, and Medicine, OU)
History of museums, collecting, and display; Science education and communication, historical and modern; Intersection of science, art, and literature; Paleontology and Archaeology; Science and museums in Popular Culture and science and museums as Popular Culture.
Kristin Raffa (M.A., University of Oklahoma)
Scholastic natural philosophy; Aristotelianism; pre-modern meteorology; the Crusades; science and religion; medieval epistemology
Mario Ramirez-Arrazola (B.S., Economics, University of Utah)
Infrastructure studies, contemporary art history and technology, urban studies, media studies, modern architecture, cybernetics, post-WW2 history of the United States, Britain, and Japan.
Percy Rottinghaus (BA, Classics, and BA, Cognitive Science, University of Georgia)
I focus primarily on the ancient and medieval periods and on science portrayed through literature and art.
Cecilia Slane (B.A., DePauw University)
19th and 20th century history of science and technology; energy history; environment, extraction and empire; science and colonialism; international conservation history; rural studies.
Goutham Sukuraman (BS-MS, Chemistry, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune, India)
History of science and technology in modern South Asia, 19th and 20th century science, science and colonialism
Caden Camille Testa (MA, History of Science, Technology, and Medicine, OU)
Social and political history of evolutionary biology; public health and hygiene; and French history.
Bartel, Kraig J.
Burnes, James M.
Hoyt, Thomas R.
Marcolina, Rebecca C.
Raffa, Kristin M.
Testa, Caden Camille
Tolman, Aja B.
Vieth, Paul K.