Maya Wilson-Sanchez

Curator, Writer, and Researcher · C Magazine, OCAD University

Maya Wilson-Sanchez is a curator and writer based in Toronto.

Curatorial Studies Performance Art Indigenous Art Art History Visual and Critical Studies

Brenda Elsey

Associate Professor of History · Hofstra University

Specialist in Popular Culture and Politics, as well as Gender and Sports, in Twentieth Century Latin America.

Latin American Culture Latin American Politics Sports in Latin America Gender Studies

Jacqueline Kennelly

Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology · Carleton University

Professor Kennelly's work encompasses youth cultural studies, critical educational studies, urban sociology, and social movements

Youth Cultures Citizenship Democracy Social Inclusion and Exclusion Globalization and Neoliberalism

Antonia Darder

Professor Emeritus · Loyola Marymount University

Department of Educational Leadership and Administration

Latino Education Social Justice Language Rights

Eliza Rodriguez

Professor of Chicana/o and Latina/o Studies and Associate Dean of Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Cultural Studies Feminist Theory Latina Literature Feminist Discourse Critical Theory

Jacquelyn Micieli-Voutsinas

Assistant Professor · University of Florida

Jacque Micieli-Voutsinas is a critical museum studies scholar with expertise on 9/11 memory and landscapes of terrorism, broadly defined.

Post-9/11 Heritage Debates Museum Studies Memory and Geopolitics 9/11 Memorial Landscapes Cultural Heritage at Sites of Terrorism

John Broome

Associate Professor of Education · University of Mary Washington

Dr. Broome’s research centers on social justice and civic education.

Classroom Management Instructional Technology Culturally Responsive Teaching Service Learning Experiential Education

Preston Green, J.D., Ed.D.

John and Maria Neag Professor of Urban Education · University of Connecticut

Professor focused on charter school regulation and industry oversight.

School Choice Educational Equity Industry Oversight Charter School Regulation Educational Leadership

Elizabeth Olson

Associate Professor of Anthropology · Southern Utah University

Specializing in medical and environmental anthropology, ethnobotany, and Indigenous medicinal plants

Rural Humanitarian Aid in Guatemala Traditional Healing Systems Sustainable Development Public Health Medicinal Plants

Susan Scheibler

Chair and Associate Professor and of Film, Television and Media Studies · Loyola Marymount University

Associate Professor of Film, TV & Video Games at Loyola Marymount University

Video Game Studies Documentary Film and Video Theory and History Film Theory and History Tv Theory and History Asian Film and Tv

Gloria Shin

Lecturer of Film and Television Media Studies · Loyola Marymount University

Gloria Shin is a lecturer in film and TV studies who teaches courses on postwar international and Hollywood cinema

Stardom Celebrity Culture Women Stars Beauty Culture and the Body Race

Christopher L. Busey

Assistant Professor · University of Florida

Christopher Busey’s research broadly examines the intersection of race and education.

Intersections of African American and Afro-Latinx Racial Thought in Education Educational Activism and Policy for Afro-descendant Communities Afro-Latin History and Citizenship Education Latin American Studies

Lee Jarvis

Professor of International Politics · University of East Anglia

His global research explores terrorism, counterterrorism and cyber security.

Political Violence Counterterrorism International Politics Terrorism Cyber Security

Daniel Kreiss, Ph.D., M.A.

Assistant Professor, School of Media and Journalism · UNC-Chapel Hill

Kreiss’s explores how technology and social media impact the public sphere and political practice.

Campaigns Social Movements Elections Data Science Qualitative Research

Matthew Hughey, Ph.D.

Professor of Sociology · University of Connecticut

A scholar of racism and racial inequality in identity formation, organizations, media, politics, science, religion, and public advocacy.

Religion Fraternities and Sororities Organizations Whiteness Media