Meet Our Faculty
Hamilton's faculty members are active and accomplished scholars and dedicated teachers. In the classroom, the lab, the studio and beyond, professors are engaged in the intellectual and cultural lives of their students.
This directory includes an alphabetical listing of current Hamilton faculty members and information about their areas of expertise and teaching experience. You can also search by name or area of study below.
Areas of expertise: women’s studies; race, class, gender, sexuality and nation; comparative literature and theories of composition and rhetoric; sexuality studies; welfare reform, education and public policy
Areas of expertise: archaeological history of South Asian religions, especially Buddhist and Hindu traditions; research in themes of inter-religious dynamics, syncretism and religious transformation; colonialism and reconfigurations of sacred centers; and religion and water management in the Buddhist and Hindu traditions
Areas of expertise: U.S. history, the old South, Christianity in American history, American colonial history, the American founding era and proslavery thought
Areas of expertise: public administration, public ethics and law and society
Areas of expertise: geochemistry and petrogenesis of Miocene volcanic rocks in the Powder River Volcanic Field, history of igneous and tectonic activity in the northeastern United States, the mineralogy of New York State
Areas of expertise: the boundary between hardware and software, including program optimization, embedded systems, computer architecture and computer security