Department of History

Jason Ambroise

Ambroise, Jason

Office:   Atrium 204
Phone:   (973) 720-2757
Office Hours:   TR 12:00-2:00; W 2:00-4:00; By Appointment

Department: History
Position: Assistant Professor
Area Specialization: US History


PhD, History--University of California at Berkeley, 2006.

MA, History--University of California at Berkeley, 2000

AB, History--Stanford University, 1994

Selected Publications

"Biocentrism, Neo-Plotemaicism, and E. O. Wilson's Consilience: A Contemporary Example of 'Saving the Phenomenon' of Man, in the Name of the Human," in After Man the Human: Critical Essays on the Thought of Sylvia Wynter, eds. Anthony Bogues, Brian Meeks, and Paget Henry. Kingston, Jamaica; Miami, FL: Ian Randle Publishers, 2006: 209-236.

"Rethinking 'Race': Biocentrism and the Origins of Our Times," in CrossRoutes--The meanings of "Race" for the 21st Century, eds. Sabine Broeck and Paola Boi, Münster, Germany; London, England: LIT Verlag, 2003: 41-66.


Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation’s Career Development Fellowshipfor Junior Faculty, 2007-2008

Irving McCormac Graduate Scholarship, University of California at Berkeley, 2002-

Graduate Opportunities Program Dissertation Fellowship, University of California at
Berkeley, 2001-2002

Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship, 1995-1998

Mellon Fellowship in Humanistic Studies (Declined), 1995

Mellon-Mays Undergraduate Fellowship, 1992-1994