At Brown there are a number of professors who teach from a contemplative perspective or whose research includes a significant contemplative element; it is from this group that we would form the core faculty for the concentration. Some of them teach courses in which contemplative experience is studied primarily from a third-person approach; others primarily from a critical first-person approach; others blend both approaches. But all share a common vision that human contemplative experience is a valid and important subject for research and teaching. This group includes: 

Willoughby Britton,
Psychiatry, Medical School, School of Public
Catherine Kerr,
Family Medicine, Medical School
Monica Linden, Neuroscience
Eric Loucks, School of Public Health
Brad Marston, Physics
Takeo Wantanable, Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Sciences
Yuka Sasaki, Cognitive, Linguistic and Psychological Sciences

Jake Davis, Contemplative Studies (Spring 2016)
Mary Louise Gill, Classic and Philosophy
Christopher Hill, Philosophy
Jared Lindahl, Cogut Humanities Center, Britton Lab (2015)
Finnian Moore-Gerety, Religious Studies (Fall 2015)
Michael Kennedy, Sociology
Jeffrey Poland, Science and Technology Studies
Amy Remensnyder, History
Harold Roth, Religious Studies, Director of Contemplative Studies
Bhrigupati Singh, Anthropology, Watson Institute

Creative Arts:
Michelle Bach-Coulibaly, Theater Arts and Performance Studies
Carol DeBoer-Langworthy, English (Nonfiction Writing)
Eric Ehn, Theater Arts and Performance Studies
Robert P. Ward, English (Nonfiction Writing)