Lake Forest Faculty

Lake Forest College faculty are teachers and mentors who are singularly focused on their students’ success. As experts in their field, faculty regularly publish books and articles and conduct research with students. And they use Chicago as a living classroom.

  • Associate Professor of English Judy Dozier’s short story “Kenny’s Friend” and her artist statement were published in Revise the Psalm: Work Celebrating the Writing of Gwendolyn Brooks.
  • Ahmad Sadri was interviewed on Worldview, Chicago’s National Public Radio station’s highly regarded noon discussion.

  • The American Sociological Association recently invited Assistant Professor of Sociology Todd Beer to write a piece on the election and the issue of climate change for their monthly newsletter.

  • Ann Maine, a senior lecturer in the biology department, was re-elected president of the Lake County Forest Preserve District for a fourth consecutive term.
  • Associate Professor of Anthropology Holly Swyers was interviewed by Maine Public Radio for a piece about teaching adult skills, or “adulting.” Professor Swyers was tapped for her knowledge on adulthood, which she is currently channeling into a book on the subject.
  • Assistant Professor of Philosophy Daw-Nay N. R. Evans Jr.’s new book, Nietzsche and Classical Greek Philosophy: Beautiful and Diseased, will be released soon by Lexington Books.
  • Daw-Nay Evans, assistant professor of philosophy, and Fatima Rahman, assistant professor of politics, have recently been appointed to endowed assistant professorships, Krebs Provost and Dean of the Faculty Michael Orr announced.
  • Associate Professor of Anthropology Holly Swyers was published in the Journal of Ethnographic Theory. Check out her article “Rediscovering Papa Franz: Teaching anthropology and modern life.”

  • Professor of Economics Robert Baade was tapped as an expert in an article about the World Series’ effect on Chicago’s economy.
  • Bird’s Thumb and Vending Machine Press are among the latest to publish Associate Professor of English Ben Goluboff’s work.