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02/14/13

By Office of News & Public Affairs |

Published: Feb. 14, 2013
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A historian of modern France with a focus on how wars and emotions mediate moments of social transformation, Assistant Professor of History Thomas Dodman taught at the University of Chicago — where he earned his doctorate — Sciences-Po in Paris and George Mason University. Dodman, whose fields of interest include Modern European social and cultural history, modern France and French Empire, war and society, and medicine and emotions, is revising a book manuscript on the forgotten history of fatal nostalgia, an emotional syndrome that affected 18th and 19th-century soldiers and colonial settlers. He teaches modern European history core classes, as well as courses on the social and cultural history of modern France and its empire, and the history of emotions and of war in society. He was honored by the Society for French Historical Studies for his research on the colonization of Algeria. 

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After earning her doctorate at the University of Iowa in 2002, Psychology Department Lecturer Andrea Heberlein completed postdoctoral fellowships at the University of Pennsylvania, the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and Harvard University, where she worked as a research associate and lecturer. Her research interests include social neuroscience, social psychology and cognitive/affective neuroscience. She has researched mind perception and its neural substrates; the processes by which we recognize others’ emotions and understand their actions; anthropomorphizing; simulation and shared substrates models. Heberlein teaches Social Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Emotion, and Introduction to Behavioral Statistics.

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Carroll School of Management Assistant Professor of Finance Dmitriy Muravyev pursues research on empirical asset pricing, derivatives, market microsctructure and information processing. His recent research has been published in the Journal of Financial Economics. A native of Russia, Muravyev completed his undergraduate studies at Lomonosov Moscow State University, earned a master’s degree in economics at Moscow’s New Economics School and received his PhD in finance from the University of Illinois. His industry experience includes research in finance and economics at the Centre for Economic and Financial Research in Moscow, and a stint as a trader and credit risk analysis at Bank Petrocommerce in Moscow.