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Meet Our Newest Faculty Members
Each year an impressive group of scholar-teachers joins the ranks of Dartmouth’s faculty, and this year is no different. Here are a few of the new scholars.
My main science focus is to understand the nature of dark matter and galaxy formation via observations of nearby galaxies.
My students and I are developing geometric and topological methods to learn and understand information in general—signals, graphs, and human interactions via game theory.
I am currently working on a book that compares Indigenous politics in the United States and Australia.
My research efforts are centered on the development and use of technology to enhance the engagement of health and life science students with educational activities.
I study how social and sensory perceptions shape consumption decisions. In ongoing projects, I examine how perceptions of socioeconomic hierarchies and political ideologies, as well as sensory perceptions of packages and portions, influence purchase behavior and well-being.
My research interests include contemporary American poetry, humor, the epistolary poem, defamiliarization, and the poetic turn.
My first book project examines the historical and contemporary relationship of Blackness to the frontier, in order to think through the place of Blackness in settler geographies and imaginaries.
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