Emeriti Faculty

Mary Durfee
"Good things come in small packages—you can get a GREAT liberal arts education from us. Our graduates get jobs and enroll in fine graduate programs at universities like Yale, Michigan, and Johns Hopkins."
—Mary Durfee

Mary H. Durfee

  • Professor Emerita

Areas of Expertise

  • Great Lakes of North America
  • International Law
  • Malta
  • Scholarship of Pedagogy
  • Arctic Affairs

Hugh S. Gorman

  • Professor Emeritus of Environmental History and Policy

Fields

  • Environmental Policy and History
  • History of Technology
  • History of Science
  • Economic History

Research Interests

  • The historical interaction between technological change, uses of the environment, and systems of governance
  • Adaptive governance
  • Sustainable energy and environmental policy

Alison K. Hoagland

  • Professor Emerita

Carol A. MacLennan

  • Professor Emerita of Anthropology, Social Sciences

Research Interests

  • Environmental anthropology/political ecology
  • Anthropology of industry (mining, sugar)
  • Hawai`i and the Pacific
  • Anthropology of public policy

Patrick E. Martin

  • Professor Emeritus of Archaeology

Areas of Expertise

  • Industrial archaeology
  • Industrial heritage
  • Historical archaeology

Fredric L. Quivik

  • Professor of History (retired)

Areas of Expertise

  • History of Technology
  • Environmental History
  • Architectural History
  • Industrial Archeology
  • History of the Organization of Industrial Enterprises

Terry S. Reynolds

  • Professor Emeritus

Areas of Expertise

  • History of Iron Mining
  • History of Water Power
  • History of the Engineering Profession in America
  • History of Technology

Bruce Seely

  • Professor Emeritus of History and Science, Technology and Society
Barry Solomon
"Economics is too important to leave to economists."

Barry D. Solomon

  • Professor Emeritus of Geography and Environmental Policy

Area of Expertise

  • Energy Policy
  • Renewable Energy Development
  • Ecological Economics
  • Emissions Trading
  • Geography of Energy