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Authors

  • Adam Nemeroff

    Adam Nemeroff is director of learning design and technology at Quinnipiac and an adjunct instructor at Quinnipiac University and the University of Connecticut.
  • J.T. Torres

    J.T. Torres is director of the Center for Teaching and Learning and an assistant professor of English at Quinnipiac University.
  • Sam Adler-Bell

    Sam Adler-Bell is a freelance writer and co-host of the podcast Know Your Enemy.
  • Eric Sentell

    Eric Sentell is an instructor of English and coordinator of general education at Southeast Missouri State University.
  • David C.K. Curry

    David C.K. Curry is a professor of philosophy at the State University of New York at Potsdam.
  • Laura M. Stevens

    Laura M. Stevens is a professor of English at the University of Tulsa and director of the Tulsa Undergraduate Research Challenge. Her second book, Friday’s Tribe: Eighteenth-Century English Missionary Fantasies, has been accepted for publication by the University of Pennsylvania Press. She is a principal co-investigator for The PSIG Project: Identifying and Honoring the Students of the Presbyterian School for Indian Girls, the Indigenous boarding school that became the University of Tulsa.
  • Danielle A. Macdonald

    Danielle A. Macdonald is an associate professor of anthropology at the University of Tulsa and director of its faculty-development center. She also works as the university’s liaison for Afghan refugees, directs archaeological research projects in Jordan and Cyprus, and publishes on hunter-gatherer archaeology, engineering applications for artifact analysis, and Jordanian prehistory.
  • Jillian Atelsek

    Jillian Atelsek joined The Chronicle in 2024 after spending three years as the education reporter for The Frederick News-Post in Frederick, Md. She graduated from the University of Maryland at College Park in 2020 with degrees in journalism and history.
  • Jonathan Rieder

    Jonathan Rieder, a professor of sociology at Barnard College, Columbia University, is a co-chair of the Columbia Academic Freedom Council. He is the author of Gospel of Freedom; Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Letter From Birmingham Jail and the Struggle That Changed a Nation.
  • Adrian Daub

    Adrian Daub is a professor of comparative literature at Stanford University.