Imani Mosley

Assistant Professor · University of Florida

Imani Mosley is an expert in Benjamin Britten; music, opera and modernism in Britain post-1945; and ethics in artificial intelligence.

Artificial Intelligence Modernism Post-1945 Britain Music Metadata Benjamin Britten

Marie E. McAllister

Professor of English · University of Mary Washington

Dr. McAllister currently works on the intersections of literature and medicine.

Literature and Medicine Eighteenth-Century Literature Jane Austen British Literature Health Humanities

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

Richard Campanella

Associate Dean for Research, Senior Professor of Practice - Architecture and Geography · Tulane University

Richard Campanella's research integrates mapping and spatial analyses with architecture, social science and the humanities.

Geographic Information Systems Architecture Urbanism Geography Human Settlements

Islam Issa

Senior Lecturer, School of English · Birmingham City University

Islam Issa's research focuses primarily on the modern-day reception of Renaissance and Early Modern English literature in global contexts.

Disability Studies Cultural Studies English Literature Early Modern Literature John Milton

Patrick Sweeney, PhD

Doctoral Faculty - Media Psychology · Fielding Graduate University

Doctoral Faculty in Media Psychology

Social Justice Qualitative Methods Critical Psychology Social Psychology Science and technology studies

Nancy D. Campbell

Professor and Department Head, Science and Technology Studies (STS) · Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Focuses on the history of science, technology, and medicine as it relates to drug policy and the social significance of drugs

Opioid Crisis Harm Reduction Opioid Overdose History of Science & Medicine Gender & Addiction

Christopher (Cal) Lee

Professor, UNC School of Information and Library Science · UNC-Chapel Hill

An expert on the curation of “born digital” materials and use of digital forensics to redact sensitive information in digital collections.

Electronic Records Management Digital Preservation Archives Digital Forensics

Tracy Sharpley-Whiting

Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt Distinguished Professor of African American and Diaspora Studies · Vanderbilt University

Expert in comparative Black cultural movements and African American literature and culture.

African American Literature African American History Black Culture African American Diaspora

Jason Sellers

Associate Professor · University of Mary Washington

Jason R. Sellers is a cultural and environmental historian of 17th-and 18th-century North America interested in landscapes and bodies.

Environmental History Native American History Colonial North America

Reshma Shah

Associate Professor in the Practice of Marketing · Emory University, Goizueta Business School

Strategic Alliances Customer and Partner Retention Integrated Marketing Communications Marketing Processes and Performance Brand and Category Management

Leela Viswanathan

Associate Professor, Department of Planning and Geography · Queen's University

Leela Viswanathan teaches topics about social planning, planning history, qualitative research methods, and urban geography.

Urban Geography Qualitative Research Methods Indigenous-Municipal Relations in Planning Social Planning University-Community Engagement

Julie Byrne

Professor of Religion · Hofstra University

The Monsignor Thomas J. Hartman Chair in Catholic Studies at Hofstra University

Religion and Popular Culture Religion and Sports Pope Francis Independent Catholics Roman Catholics

Kris Phillips

Associate Professor of Philosophy · Southern Utah University

Specializing in epistemology, metaphysics, individual variation, and the philosophy of religion, mind, dance, and education

Pre-College Philosophy History of Modern Philosophy Logic Individual Variation Philosophy of Mind

Marsha MacDowell

Professor and Curator · Michigan State University

Marsha MacDowell is an expert in museums and communities, traditional material culture studies and digital preservation

Women's Art Art and Health Folklife and Museums Quilt Studies Community-Engaged Museum Work

Kim Davies, PhD

Dean of Pamplin College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences · Augusta University

Dr. Kim Davies, Dean of the Pamplin College, is a sociologist available to discuss homicide.

Crime Murder Sociology Of Homicide Gender-Based Violence Social Equality

Lewis Franklin Bost, MBA, IDSA, FAIMBE

Professor | Bachelor Product Design, NCSU l Masters of Business Administration, UNC · VCU College of Engineering

Professor Bost's research focuses on innovation, device design and development processes

Innovation Device Design Development Processes Entrepreneurial Business Strategy Commercialization

Craig Albert, PhD

Director of the Master of Arts in Intelligence and Security Studies · Augusta University

Dr. Craig Albert focuses on national security, cyberconflict, ethnic conflict, and political thought.

Ethnic Conflict Terrorism Political Science National Security

Brian Keating

Astrophysicist · UC San Diego

Brian Keating is an expert in the study of the universe’s oldest light, the cosmic microwave background (CMB).

Religion and Science Cosmology Big Bang Astrophysics Space and Astrophysics

Kathryn Libal, Ph.D.

Director, Human Rights Institute and Associate Professor, Social Work & Human Rights · University of Connecticut

Professor Libal researches human rights norms and practices, including the ability to secure adequate food and housing.

U.S. Resettlement of Refugees Asylum Seekers Women's Rights Children's Rights Migrant Children