Jennifer L. Croissant
Associate Professor of Anthropology
Associate Professor of Women's Studies & Sociology
University Terrace Apartments, Room 206B
Pain measurement devices; the ironic political economy of vanilla production; narratives in and of archaeological thought; historical and sociological studies of scientific instrumentation; bodybuilding and elite athletic knowledge and use of pharmaceuticals, foods, and herbal supplements; prosthetics design and rehabilitation engineering; cybernetics and society.
General interests in medical technology; technology and organizational change; engineering education; sociology of science, knowledge, and technology, sociology of the body, gender studies; feminist science studies.