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Responsible Artificial Intelligence Curriculum Design Project | Participants

National Humanities Center Institute for College/University Faculty
June 20–24, 2022

Overview Participants About the Area


  • Timothy Beal

    Distinguished University Professor and Florence Harkness Professor of Religion, Case Western Reserve University


  • Elizabeth Callaway

    Assistant Professor of English, The University of Utah


  • Eric Chown

    Professor of Digital and Computational Studies, Bowdoin College


  • Allison Cooper

    Assistant Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures and Cinema Studies, Bowdoin College


  • Huiling Ding

    Professor of English, North Carolina State University


  • Michael Franz

    Professor of Government, Bowdoin College


  • Michael Hemenway

    Research Associate, h.lab, Case Western Reserve University


  • Lisa Meeden

    Professor of Computer Science, Swarthmore College


  • Kristi Sweet

    Associate Professor of Philosophy, Texas A&M University


  • Fernando Nascimento

    Assistant Professor of Digital and Computational Studies, Bowdoin College


  • Erica O’Neil

    Research Program Manager, Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics, Arizona State University


  • Kirsten Ostherr

    Professor of English, Rice University


  • Raghuram Ramanujan

    Associate Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science, Davidson College


  • Nupoor Ranade

    Assistant Professor of English, George Mason University


  • Mark Sample

    Associate Professor of Digital Studies, Davidson College


  • Hina Shaikh

    Assistant Professor, Center for Gender Studies, University of Florida


  • Felesia Stukes

    Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Johnson C. Smith University


  • Krista K. Thomason
    (NHC Fellow, 2021–22)

    Associate Professor of Philosophy, Swarthmore College


  • Aarthi Vadde
    (NHC Fellow, 2020–21)

    Associate Professor of English, Duke University


  • Kimberly Van Orman

    Lecturer, Institute for Artificial Intelligence, University of Georgia


  • Zac Zimmer

    Associate Professor of Literature, University of California, Santa Cruz