Karl Beckstrand

Publisher/Speaker · Premio Publishing & Gozo Books

Create, publish & share your stories for broadest impact

Publishing Ebooks E-Books Book Distribution Print Books

Colin Polsky, Ph.D.

Director of the Florida Center for Environmental Studies · Florida Atlantic University

Colin Polsky is trained as a geographer, specializing in the human dimensions of global environmental change.

U.S. Climate Vulnerabilities Geography Humanities Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Mathematics

Mara Scanlon

Professor of English · University of Mary Washington

Professor of English, Department of English, Linguistics and Communication

Digital Humanities Women’s Literature and Feminist Theory Twentieth-Century Literature Asian American Studies Bakhtinian theory

Seretha Williams

Professor of English · Augusta University

Professor Williams is an expert in Africa and African Diaspora, Digital Humanities, and Digital Publication.

Digital Publication Africa and African Diaspora Digital Humanities

Craig Callender

Professor of Philosophy · UC San Diego

Craig Callender specializes in environmental ethics and the philosophy of science, physics, metaphysics and time.

Philosophy of Time Metaphysics Philosophy of Science Ethics Philosophy of Physics

Mikki Kressbach

Assistant Professor, Film, TV and Media Studies · Loyola Marymount University

School of Film and Television

Science and technology studies Digital Health New Media Film Theory Health Humanities

Leonard Fleck

Professor of Philosophy · Michigan State University

Leonard Fleck is an expert in health care justice, health care rationing, as well as ethical issues related to genetic technologies.

Health care policy including changes being made by the Trump administration

Joe Testani

Associate Vice Provost for Career Education Initiatives; Assistant Dean & Executive Director, Gwen M. Greene Center for Career Education + Connections · University of Rochester

Joe Testani is an expert in career education, student advocacy, issues involving equity and access, and the future of the workplace.

Higher Education Job Market Strategic Planning Career Education Change Management

Dr Edina Harbinja

Senior Lecturer in Media/Privacy Law · Aston University

Dr Edina Harbinja's principal areas of research are related to the legal issues surrounding the Internet and emerging technologies.

Digital Legacy Media Law Internet Law and Regulation Post-mortem Privacy Internet Regulation

Bree Akesson

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Work · Wilfrid Laurier University

Assistant Professor at Wilfrid Laurier University who conducts research with children and families affected by war and global social work

Refugee and Human Rights Issues War and Violence Children and Families Social Work Social Work Education

Jeffrey Bennett

Associate Professor of Communication Studies · Vanderbilt University

Medical humanities expert who specializes in health, citizenship, LGBT/queer studies, cultural studies and rhetorical theory and criticism.

Queer Healthcare Queer vernacular LGBTQ Health HIV Prevention HIV & AIDS

Jesse Stommel

Executive Director of Teaching and Learning Technologies · University of Mary Washington

Dr. Stommel focuses on faculty development and digital education.

Digital Humanities Digital Pedagogy Faculty Development

Lauren Fournier

Contemporary Writer, Curator, Artist, and Researcher · Middlebrook Prize Winners

Lauren Fournier is a writer, curator, artist, filmmaker, and researcher of experimental feminist practices across media

Visual Culture & Theory Curating Filmmaking Environmental Humanities Gender and Sexual Diversity

Nicole M. Joseph

Assistant Professor, Mathematics Education Teaching and Learning · Vanderbilt University

An expert in the barriers that Black women and girls face in the STEM field and STEM classroom.

Identity Development White Supremacy Gifted Education Gender in Education K-12 Education

Professor Leah Tether

University Education Director · University of Bristol

Discoverer of a lost manuscript about Merlin and King Arthur

History of the Book History of Publishing Knights of the Round Table Arthurian Legend Medieval Literature

Michele Tracy Berger, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Department of Women's and Gender Studies & Adjunct Professor, Department of City and Regional Planning & Director of the Faculty Fellows Program, Institute for the Arts and Humanities, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC at Chapel Hill

Teaching and research interests include multiracial feminism, HIV/AIDS activism and women's and gender studies scholarship. (see more below)

Women's and Gender Studies HIV/AIDS Activism Multi-racial feminism Faculty Development Women in Leadership

William L. Andrews, Ph.D.

E. Maynard Adams Professor of English, Department of English and Comparative Literature, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill

Dr. Andrews is an expert in African American literature, Southern literature and North American slave narratives.

Southern Literature American Literature to 1900 African American Literature Slavery Digital Humanities

Elizabeth A. Drummond

Associate Professor and Chair of History · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Modern European History German History Polish History Nationalism Public History

Dermot Ryan

Associate Professor of English · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

British and Irish Literature Eighteenth Century Literature Print Culture Postcolonial Theory Digital Humanities

Curtis Ricker

Dean, The College of Arts and Humanities · Georgia Southern University

Curtis Ricker is Dean of the College of Arts and Humanities

Humanities and Developmental Education Humanities