M. Francyne Huckaby

Associate Dean, School of Interdisciplinary Studies · Texas Christian University

M. Francyne Huckaby works to create experiences that engage students with the world and introduce them to the depth and breadth of pedagogy.

Feminism and Research Philosophy & Education Film as Research Education and Equity Women and Gender Studies

Christian Lundberg, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Department of Communication, and Co-Director of the University Program in Cultural Studies, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC at Chapel Hill

Lundberg's research focuses on public discourse, rhetorical theory, and on debate and public speaking as critical democratic forms.

Public Speaking Rhetoric Political debate Political Communication

Charles Venator-Santiago, Ph.D.

Associate Professor · University of Connecticut

Dr. Venator-Santiago is an expert in US territorial law and policy with a focus on the history of citizenship

Puerto Rican and Latino Studies Public Law Puerto Rico/US Law Territorial Legal History Latino Politics Political Theory

Pamella A. Seay, J.D.

Expert in criminal, constitutional, aviation and international law · Florida Gulf Coast University

Pamella Seay specializes in international law and the courts.

Aviation Law Courts Criminal Justice Criminal Law International Law

David Smilde

Charles A. and Leo M. Favrot Professor of Human Relations and and Senior Associate Fellow at CIPR · Tulane University

David Smilde is an expert in the sociology of culture, sociology of religion, social movements, political sociology and Latin America.

Human Rights Social Movements Sociology of Culture Sociology of Religion Political Sociology

Ralph Carter

Piper Professor, Political Science · Texas Christian University

Professor Carter focuses on U.S. foreign, trade, and defense policy, with a particular emphasis on the roles played by members of Congress.

International Relations U. S. Foreign Policy in Film Middle East Russia North Korea

Eitan Goldman

Associate Professor of Finance · Indiana University, Kelley School of Business

Professor Eitan Goldman's research focuses on corporate finance, microeconomic theory, corporate governance and political economics.

Corporate Finance Microeconomic Theory Investments Corporate Governance Political Economies

Elizabeth (Libby) Sharrow

Assistant Professor of History and Political Science · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Libby Sharrow examines the ways public policy has shaped understandings of gender, race, sexuality, disability and class in U.S. politics.

Public Policy and Organizations American Politics Public Policy and Disability Title IX History of Public Policy

Billie Murray, PhD

Associate Professor of Communication; Inaugural Faculty in Residence, Center for Peace and Justice Education | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences · Villanova University

Billie Murray, PhD, explores the timely territory of community responses to hate speech, and on issues of rhetoric and social justice.

Rhetoric and Social Justice Rhetoric of Protest Movements Community Responses to Hate Speech Civic Engagement Communication

Amanda Clayton

Assistant Professor of Political Science · Vanderbilt University

Expert in gender and politics, with a focus on the impact of women legislators and candidates and public perception of women leaders.

Political Institutions gender quotas Gender Political Methodology Gender and Politics

Larry C. Bernard

Emeritus Professor of Psychology · Loyola Marymount University

Larry Bernard is an expert in evaluating people for the effects of traumatic injury, neoplastic disease and degenerative disorders in adults

Psychology Clinical Neuropsychology

Alise Bartley, Ph.D., LMHC, LMFT

Expert in families and couples counseling · Florida Gulf Coast University

Alise Bartley is an experienced counselor with expertise in shared parenting, divorce, affair recovery and anxiety.

Infertility General Mental Health Concerns Personality Disorders Grief and Bereavement Mentoring & Careers

Rebecca Sager

Professor of Sociology · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Intersection of Religion, Policy and Social Movements Faith-Based Initiatives Principles of Sociology Sociology of Gender Social Movements and Collective Behaviour

Jonathan Oberlander, Ph.D.

Professor and Chair of Social Medicine & Professor, Department of Health Policy and Management · UNC at Chapel Hill

Jonathan Oberlander is professor and chair of Social Medicine and professor of Health Policy & Management.

Political Science Social Medicine Health Care Policy Health Care Politics Healthcare Reform

Robert Talisse

W. Alton Jones Professor of Philosophy; Chair of the Philosophy Department · Vanderbilt University

Expert in contemporary political philosophy, with a focus in democratic theory and political epistemology.

Political Philosophy Philosophy Political Allegiances in Society Pragmatism Contemporary Political Philosophy

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

Raymond L. La Raja

Professor of Political Science / Associate Director of UMass Poll · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Ray La Raja's research interests include political parties, interest groups, elections, campaign finance and political participation.

Public Policy and Organizations Elections and Polling Political Science Campaign Finance American Politics

Mary Bennett

Director of the Leavitt Center for Politics · Southern Utah University

Specializing in U.S. campaigns and elections, government relations, and public policy and advocacy

Utah Political Candidates Utah Legislative Body Political Communication Congressional Campaigns Regulatory Policy for Financial Industries

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

Kenneth Rosen

Chair, Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics | Professor Emeritus · Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley

Rental Housing and Rent Control Commercial Real Estate Market Natural Vacancy Rate Mortgage Market Real Estate