Prof. Quassim Cassam

Professor, Philosophy · University of Warwick

Quassim Cassam researches intellectual vices, post-truth, extremism, the philosophy of terrorism, and the philosophy of general practice.

Philosophy of the Mind Self-Knowledge Philosophy of Terrorism Post-Truth Philosophy

Margo Okazawa-Rey, EdD

Adjunct Faculty - School of Leadership Studies · Fielding Graduate University

Critical ethnic studies and gender studies; Militarism, conflict, and women’s activism; Social change; Mixed-racial identity development

Militarism, armed conflict, and violence against women Mixed-racial identity development African-American/Asian-American relations Critical multicultural education Feminist activist research methodology

Joseph Kennedy, J.D., B.A.

Professor of Law, UNC School of Law · UNC at Chapel Hill

Professor of Law at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, UNC School of Law

Intellectual Property Law International Law International and Comparative Criminal Law Constitutional Law Criminal Justice Policy

Erin Weed

Founder · Girls Fight Back!

Women's Safety + Empowerment Speaker

Women Empowerment Personal Safety Social Entrepreneurship

Robert Rabil, Ph.D.

Professor · Florida Atlantic University

Robert Rabil is an expert in political Islam, terrorism, U.S. foreign policy, and U.S.-Arab relations.

U.S. Foreign Policy Reform in the Arab world U.S.-Arab Relations Terrorism Political Islam

Áine O'Healy

Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures - Italian, and Chair of Classics and Archaeology · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Italian Cinema Transnational Film Studies Italian Cultural Studies

Dr. Jane Barratt

Secretary General · International Federation on Ageing

As Secretary General of the IFA Dr Barratt is an internationaly respected speaker on age related issues across the globe.

Fostering Healthy Ageing Healthy Ageing Public Policy and Advocacy Population Ageing Women's Rights

Alexandra Neel

Associate Professor of English and Director of Humanities · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Nineteenth-Century British Literature Visual Cultures Theories and Histories of Photography Travel Literature Polar Studies

Peter Koch, PhD

Assistant Professor of Philosophy · Villanova University

Peter Koch, Ph.D., is an expert in philosophical issues of biomedical and clinical ethics related to patient well-being, harm and disease.

Harm Brain Death Euthanasia Philosophy of Disability Philosophy of Disease

Cheryl Mason Bolick, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, School of Education · UNC at Chapel Hill

Associate Professor, School of Education

Education Technology Culture and Curriculum Social Studies Elementary Education Digital Libraries

Thomas J. Ward Jr.

Assistant Dean, School of Arts & Sciences · Farmingdale State College

Dr. Thomas J. Ward Jr. is a historian and Assistant Dean of the School of Arts & Sciences and author of two books.

Prisoners of War Health Care History African / Afro - American Studies Civil Rights History Civil War and Reconstruction

John M. Heffron, PhD

Director of the MA Program in Educational Leadership and Societal Change, Professor of Educational History and Culture · Soka University

Professor Heffron is a development scholar whose focus is the cultural and intellectual history of education nationally and transnationally

U.S. Relations in Asia and the Pacific Development History Educational History

Jodi McDavid

Owner · McDavid Brodie Consulting

Public sector folklorist with experience in non-profits, higher education, museums and archives.

Folklore Cultural Practices University-Community Engagement Initiation Hazing

Dr Islam Issa

Reader in Literature and History · Birmingham City University

His work has focused primarily on the modern-day reception of Renaissance and Early Modern English literature in global contexts.

Middle East Cultural History Literature Milton Shakespeare Cultural History

Najwa al-Qattan

Emeritus Professor of History · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

The Ottoman Empire The Ottoman Muslim Court Jews and Christians under Islam The First World War

Teresa Scassa

Professor, Faculty of Law · University of Ottawa

Teresa Scassa is the Canada Research Chair in Information Law at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Common Law

Legal issues in Digital Cartography Citizen Science Intellectual Property Freedom of Expression Open Government

Kevin P. McDonald

Associate Professor of History · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

History Atlantic World Piracy Indian Ocean World Maritime History

Jayashankar Swaminathan

GlaxoSmithKline Distinguished Professor of Operations, UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School · UNC-Chapel Hill

Jay Swaminathan is an internationally recognized thought leader in innovations in global operations and supply chain management.

Sustainability International Operations E-Commerce Retailing

Julia DeLancey

Professor of Art History · University of Mary Washington

Dr. DeLancey is an expert in the art history of early modern Italy, 15th & 16th century Italian painting, history of art in Venice & more

History of Disabilities Pigments Color Sellers Art History of Renaissance Italy Fifteenth- and Sixteenth-century Italian Painting

Frank Costigliola, D.Phil.

Distinguished Professor, Department of History · University of Connecticut

Distinguished Professor specializing in modern history, United States foreign relations, and the United States in the 20th century.

Historical Political Figures History U.S. Foreign Relations Twentieth Century History American History