Lecturer

Sally Gibbons

Sally Gibbons

D. Phil. – Philosophy, Oxford University, 1990 M.A. – Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Lesley College, 1996 B.S. – Biochemistry, Harvard University, 1983 Dr. Sally Gibbons is a lecturer in ISG and in UCLA’s Honors and Disability Studies Programs. She has held teaching positions in the philosophy departments of Georgetown and Yale universities and the University of Pennsylvania. She teaches courses…

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Chien-Ling Zeleny

Chien-Ling Zeleny

Dr. Chien-Ling Liu Zeleny is a historian of medicine. She teaches at ISG and the Department of History at UCLA. Her research has focused on cross-cultural medical encounters between Western Europe and East Asia in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, as part of the larger scholarship of world history in connection with contemporary issues in global health. Her book manuscript,…

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Anne Le Goff

Anne Le Goff

PhD, Philosophy, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, France Anne Le Goff is a philosopher working in bioethics and the social study of science.  In her postdoctoral scholar position at the UCLA Institute for Society and Genetics, she studies the field of epigenetics, and especially the implications of epigenetics on reproduction in an intergenerational and transgenerational manner.  How does epigenetics transform…

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