Bland Simpson

Kenan Distinguished Professor, Department of English & Comparative Literature, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill

Bland Simpson is an award-winning author, musician, playwright and songwriter and an expert on N.C.'s coast and waterways.

Creative Writing North Carolina's coast and waterways Writing on the Natural World Coastal Studies Playwriting

Mia Moody-Ramirez, Ph.D.

Professor · Baylor University

Dr. Moody-Ramirez is a nationally known expert on mass media representations of minorities, women and other underrepresented groups

Race, Class, and Culture Pop Culture New Media Writing for Media Markets Historical Stereotypes in Social Media

Robert Darden, M.A.

Professor, Journalism, Public Relations and New Media · Baylor University

Darden is a professor in the department of journalism, PR & new media. He directs Baylor's Black Gospel Music Restoration Project.

Journalism Music Public Relations New Media African-American Gospel Music

Robert Whaples

Professor of Economics · Wake Forest University

Whaples is a strong advocate of eliminating the penny.

Economic History of the U.S. Employment and Unemployment History of Labor Markets Minimum Wage Walmart and Big Box Retailers

Megan Squire

Professor of Computing Sciences · Elon University

Computer Science PhD with expertise in data science, cybersecurity, social media, online extremism

Computer Science Data Science Extremism Cybersecurity Social Media

Richard A. Wilson, Ph.D.

Gladstein Chair and Professor of Anthropology and Law · University of Connecticut

Dr. Wilson is an expert on anthropology, international human rights, and international criminal tribunals.

International Criminal Tribunals International Human Rights Human rights trials Anthropology Truth and Reconciliation Commissions

Mical Raz

Charles E. and Dale L. Phelps Professor in Public Policy and Health · University of Rochester

Author of "What's Wrong with the Poor? Psychiatry, Race and the War on Poverty."

Psychiatry Education Policy Race Culture and Ethnicity Poverty & Public Policy Education

Bryan Crable, PhD

Professor; Founding Director, Waterhouse Family Institute for the Study of Communication and Society | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences · Villanova University

Bryan Crable, PhD is a Professor with expertise in rhetoric and politics, contemporary issues of race in America, and social justice.

Rhetoric and Politics Race and Identity Philosophy of Communication and Language Social Change Whiteness

Gerald Gamm

Professor of Political Science and History · University of Rochester

Gamm is an expert in U.S and urban politics

Congress State Politics U.S. Politics Urban Politics State Legislatures

Stella Oh

Professor · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Gender Studies Critical Theory Representations of Race, Gender and War Contemporary Literature Graphic Narratives

NatashaBC SexworkersSufferageMovement

Sex Worker Activist and Advocate · SexWorkers Sufferage Movement

Career Sex Worker and Sex Work Advocate/Activist Fighting to Recognize Sex Workers as Persons

Feminism and Sexwork Sexwork and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms Sex Work Vs. Sexploitation. What is the Difference?

Jodi Finkel

Professor of Political Science · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Comparative Politics

Erin Mae Clark, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, English · Saint Mary's University of Minnesota

Expertise: Multiethnic literatures of the United States, Holocaust literature, and trauma theory

Cultural Studies English Education

Bryan Allen Smith

Public speaker - coach - trainer · Freelance

Available for new challenges in the areas of human development and communication +31615862844

Social Media Managment Public Speaking Professional Networking

Liane Houghtalin

Professor · University of Mary Washington

Dr. Houghtalin focuses on how currency reflects history.

Classical Archaeology Archaeology in Tunisia and Greece Numismatics

José García-Moreno

Professor of Animation, School of Film and Television · Loyola Marymount University

Multiple Award Winning Artist

Radio Broadcasting and Production Illustration Stop Motion and Experimental Animation (2d and 3d) Storytelling and Storyboarding History of Animation

John Aerni-Flessner

Assistant Professor of African History · Michigan State University

John Aerni-Flessner is a historian of 20th century Africa, specializing in the history of Lesotho and the history of the Lansing area.

Urban Renewal in Lansing Decolonization Development History Lesotho Southern African History

Penelope Simons

Professor, Faculty of Law · University of Ottawa

Penelope Simons has been engaged in research on corporate human rights accountability for over a decade.

Business and Human Rights Corporate Social Responsibility International Human Rights Law Transnational Corporations Human Rights and International Economic Law

Katerina Zacharia

Professor of Classics and Archaeology · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Classical Reception Greek drama Greek Cinema Greek ethnicity Tourism and heritage studies

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