Gregory B. Moynahan
Associate Professor of History; Chair, Division of Social Studies; Codirector, Science, Technology, and Society
Primary Academic Program: Historical Studies
Academic Program Affiliation(s): Environmental and Urban Studies, Experimental Humanities, German Studies, Human Rights, Irish and Celtic Studies, Italian Studies, Science, Technology, and Society
B.A., Wesleyan University; M.A., Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley. Recipient, Bundeskanzler/Humboldt, DAAD, and Foreign Language Area Studies (Czech) fellowships. Specialization in modern European intellectual and cultural history and the history of science and technology. Research interests include history of the social sciences, systems theory, and computing/cybernetics in the two Germanys. Author, Ernst Cassirer and the Critical Science of Germany, 1899-1919
(2013, Anthem Press/London). Articles in Perspectives on Science, Science in Context, Simmel Studies
, and Qui Parle.
Associate Professor of History; Chair, Social Studies Division; Codirector, Science, Technology, and Society. At Bard since 2001.