Daniel J. Kevles
Professor (Adjunct) of Law (fall term)
Daniel J. Kevles is the Stanley Woodward Professor of History and Professor (Adjunct) of Law at Yale University and Professor (Adjunct) of Law at the Law School. His work deals with a variety of issues in science and society that involve the law, including due process in allegations of scientific fraud and misconduct, genetic information and privacy, classification and national security, and intellectual property in biotechnology. Professor Kevles received his B.A. from Princeton University (Physics) in 1960, training at Oxford University (European History) from 1960-61, and his Ph.D. from Princeton (History) in 1964.
Ph.D., History, Princeton, 1964
B.A., Princeton, 1960
The Engineering and Ownership of Life