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Authors

  • Lendol G. Calder

    Lendol G. Calder is a professor of history at Augustana College in Illinois. He is writing an account of one semester in a college U.S. history classroom.
  • Peter Burkholder

    Peter Burkholder is a professor of history at Fairleigh Dickinson University. He is on the national advisory board of the Society for History Education and the editorial board of The Teaching Professor.
  • Eileen G’Sell

    Eileen G’Sell is a senior lecturer of writing at Washington University in St. Louis.
  • Matthew Hunter

    Matthew Hunter is an assistant professor of English at Texas Tech University and the author of The Pursuit of Style in Early Modern Drama: Forms of Talk on the London Stage  (Cambridge University Press, 2022).
  • Glen Thomas

    Glen Thomas is a senior lecturer (associate professor) at the Queensland University of Technology, where he teaches corporate writing and editing, science communication, and academic writing.
  • Lesley Irvine

    Lesley Irvine is a lecturer (assistant professor) at the Queensland University of Technology, where she coordinates several communication courses.
  • T.J. Thomson

    T.J. Thomson (@Cenevox on X and LinkedIn) is a senior lecturer (associate professor) in visual communication and digital media at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and is the author of To See and Be Seen: The Environments, Interactions, and Identities Behind News Images (Rowman & Littlefield, 2019).
  • Chris Haufe

    Chris Haufe is a professor of philosophy at Case Western Reserve University and the author of Do the Humanities Create Knowledge? (Cambridge University Press) and Fruitfulness: Science, Metaphor, and the Puzzle of Promise (Oxford University Press).
  • Joe Gow

    Joe Gow was chancellor of the University of Wisconsin at La Crosse from 2007 to 2023. His faculty status at the university is currently under challenge.
  • Luke Pardue

    Luke Pardue is policy director at the Aspen Institute’s Economic Strategy Group.