Dr. Stephen T. Casper received tenure from Clarkson University and is now an associate professor of history in the school of arts and sciences.
His scholarship focuses on the history of science and medicine and has written extensively on various subjects. Casper has offered a range of courses at Clarkson, including The Clarkson Seminar, History of Medicine in Europe and North America, Neuroscience and Society, European History 1789-1914 and Introduction to Society, Culture and Biology.
In 2012, with co-editor L. Stephen Jacyna, he published an edited collection titled The Neurological Patient in History, with Rochester University Press. This year he has forthcoming a second book, titled The Neurologists: A History of a Medical Specialty in Modern Britain, 1789-2000, published with Manchester University Press. Casper is currently working on several new scholarly projects, including a forthcoming special issue of the academic journal Science in Context, an edited volume on technology and therapy in the mind and brain sciences, and a monograph exploring intellectual, social and political histories of physiology in the Anglo-American world from 1870 to 1970.