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John L. Jackson Jackson, John Lindsey L. Jackson

Jackson, John Lindsey L. Jackson
Faculty  |  Religion, Black Studies
Associate Professor
Blair Knapp Hall
209B
740-587-6560
Service: 
1974-Present
Degree(s): 
B.S., Miles College; M.Div, Harvard Divinity School; Ph.D., Ohio State University
Biography: 

John L. Jackson: Director and Associate Professor of Black Studies ( B.S. degree from Miles College; M. Div. Harvard Divinity School; Ph.D. from Ohio State University).Teaches: Introduction to Black Studies; and Black Religion and Black Theology, Rebellion, Resistance and Black Religion.

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Garrett A. Jacobsen Jacobsen, Garrett A. A. Jacobsen

Garrett A. Jacobsen
Faculty  |  Classics, Greek, Latin
Associate Professor & Chair (Classics)
Fellows Hall
416
740-587-6214
Service: 
1982-Present
Degree(s): 
B.A., Franklin & Marshall College; M.A., Ph.D., Ohio State University
Biography: 

Professor Jacobsen has been teaching full-time at Denison since 1984. He received the A.B. in Latin from Frankln and Marshall College, and the M.A. and Ph.D. in Classics from The Ohio State University. Professor Jacobsen teaches Latin and Greek, and a wide variety of courses on the history and culture of ancient Greece and Rome. As a scholar interested Roman poetry, specifically in the work and the reception of the poet Ovid, Professor Jacobsen's most recent work includes an essay in the book Ted Hughes and the Classics, published last year by Oxford University Press, and an article on Ovid's influence on the contemporary Irish poet, Ciaran Carson, published in the journal Classical Outlook.

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Clare C. Jen Jen, Clare C. C. Jen

Clare C. Jen
Faculty  |  Women’s Studies, Biology
Assistant Professor
Samson Talbot Hall of Biological Science
319
740-587-8596
Service: 
2010-Present
Degree(s): 
B.S., Duke University; Ph.D., University of Maryland College Park
Research: 

Specifically, my interest is in the discursive production of "public health anxieties" and the ways systems of race, nation, and gender frame "risky bodies" and "at-risk bodies." In analyzing the 2002-03 multi-country outbreak of SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome), I trace a genealogy of SARS scientific progress at primarily cellular and genetic levels which serves as a backdrop for political, regulatory, and popular science discourses. In addition, I am currently interested in "nail salons" as discursively produced sites of "public health anxiety," fear, and contagion.

Broadly, my area of scholarship aims to make connections across terrains of “natures” and “cultures.” Much of the public perceives the biological sciences as wholly residing in the natural world. In other words, the scientific study of the living natural world operates with an objectivity that produces value-free knowledge that is untouched by “culture,” that is without historical, political and economic contexts; scientific knowledge is an unblemished reflection of the natural world. On the hand, there is an analogous and equally troublesome misconception of “women’s studies” as wholly residing in culture, that is operating within a social constructionism that problematically annihilates subjects, objects, and “facts.” While neither of these caricatures does justice to these (inter)disciplines’ intents, they allow us to trace needed connections between feminist critiques and biological inquiries. Feminist science studies aims to examine and embrace dimensions of reality between the social and the material.

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Xiao Jiang Jiang, Xiao Jiang

Jiang, Xiao Jiang
Faculty  |  Economics
Assistant Professor
740-587-6245
Degree(s): 
B.S., Bucknell University; M.A. University of Denver; Ph.D. The New School for Social Research.
Research: 

International Trade and Development, Classical Political Economy, NonlInear Dynamics, Agent-Based Modeling, History of Economic Thought, Economic Philosophy and Methodology.

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Andy Johns Johns, Andrew S. Johns

Faculty  |  Theatre
Technical Director
Theatre Arts Building - Ace Morgan Theatre
Scene Shop
740-587-6233
Degree(s): 
M.F.A., University of Delaware
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