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Image of Thomas Matthews

Alumni

Executive editor and regular contributor for Wine Spectator magazine

Eric Ramirez-Ferrero

Alumni

Public health activist tackling reproductive health issues in Tanzania and Mozambique for leading NGOs

Image of Anne Gilman

Faculty

Anne Gilman employs behavioral, big-data, and electrophysiological methods to track the impact of long-term expertise on fast-acting cognitive processes.  Her research on musical training and language expertise as influences on memory informs the design of multimedia displays.

Image of Ousseynou Diome

Alumni

Called a “creative disruptor” in the field of agricultural finance by Forbes and currently pursuing an MBA at Stanford University.

Image of Megan Bulloch

Faculty

Megan Bulloch is a psychologist curious about the role of authenticity in higher education and the classroom. Her work spans comparative cognition, developmental psychology, and currently rests in transdisciplinary innovations in pedagogical development.

Image of Sally Liberman Smith

Alumni

Founder of the Lab School, a groundbreaking program for children with learning disabilities, and a leading expert in special education

Image of Heather Vermeulen

Faculty

Heather Vermeulen’s research and teaching focuses on transatlantic slavery and its afterlives, ecology, literature and arts of the African Diaspora, and gender and sexuality studies.

 

Image of Kate Paarlberg-Kvam

Faculty

In post-conflict transitions, whose visions of peace are privileged? Which structures of war are disassembled, and which are left intact? Kate Paarlberg-Kvam’s work brings together studies of peace processes and Latin American social movements to examine transitions as moments of socioeconomic reckoning.

Image of Ronald L. Cohen

Faculty

An award-winning teacher, Ronald Cohen focuses his research in social psychology on issues of justice and silence, and takes his practice into the community with his work on reparative justice.

Image of Ellen McCulloch-Lovell

Alumni

President of Marlboro College and a central figure in the Clinton White House in the 1990s

Image of Andrea Dworkin; Photo: John Cavanaugh

Alumni

Feminist writer whose work was a lightning rod for the debate on pornography and censorship in the United States

 

Photo: John Cavanaugh

Image of Brian Murphy

Faculty

Brian Michael Murphy is a media archaeologist, poet, and essayist. In his work, he examines how media technologies, from taxidermy to digital photography archives, represent and reshape human experience.

Ujwal Thapa

Alumni

Founder of Bibeksheel Nepali, a populist political party​ founded in the wake of Nepal’s 2015 earthquake

Image of Anna Bean

Faculty

Anna Bean is an independent scholar living in Vermont. She has taught in Performance Studies, Theater, American Studies and African-American Studies Programs at New York University, Williams College, Wesleyan University and Marlboro College. Her current work is on transperformance on stage and in television in American popular performance.

Kimberly Van Orman

Faculty

Kimberly Van Orman is a philosopher of the mind whose work stretches into the philosophy of science and who asks what minds are made of and how they are formed from experience.

Liz Ahn Toupin

Alumni

Liz Ahn Toupin was one of the country's first Asian American college deans. Her career at Tufts spanned a tumultuous period of societal, educational and institutional upheaval.

Image of Arlene Heyman

Alumni

Practicing psychiatrist and psychoanalyst and author of the critically acclaimed book of short stories, Scary Old Sex

Photograph © Dan Callister

Image of Christopher Bishop

Alumni

TECxTimesSquare board member and expert on “improvised careers”—nonlinear, multi-modal paths that help people succeed in the global borderless workplace—whose own résumé ranges from session musician to IBM executive

Image of Priscilla Alexander

Alumni

Founder of Protravel International and Travel Weekly Lifetime Achievement Award recipient

Image of Brad Jacobs

Alumni

Listed among the Best CEOs of the 2016 All-America Executive Team

Image of Catherine McKeen

Faculty

Catherine McKeen is a philosopher whose research focuses on ancient Greek thought, gender, and politics. 

Laura Nussbaum-Barberena

Faculty

Laura Nussbaum-Barberena is a cultural anthropologist whose work focuses on social movements, migration and violence.

Image of Judith Butler

Alumni

Author of Gender Trouble, one of the most important works of philosophy and gender theory of the postmodern era

Image of John Sheldon

Alumni

President of First Beverage Financial and leading investment banker who has honed his expertise in mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, restructurings, and strategic partnerships in top positions at Peter J. Solomon & Company, Lazard, and Goldman Sachs

Image of Kay Crawford Murray

Alumni

Trailblazing attorney who has spent a career working to highlight issues of gender bias in the legal profession.

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Siyamak Zabihi-Moghaddam

Faculty

Siyamak Zabihi-Moghaddam’s interest in history and the human rights situation in the Middle East arise from his first-hand experiences of revolutionary upheaval and systematic oppression in Iran. Understanding the region’s past and present conditions, he believes, is a necessary step towards addressing the challenges facing it today.

 

Image of Victoria Sammartino

Alumni

Founder of Voices UnBroken, a nonprofit dedicated to giving vulnerable young people opportunity for creative self-expression.

Image of Gail Hirschorn Evans

Alumni

Bestselling author of Play Like a Man, Win Like a Woman, former executive vice president of CNN, and before that a key player in the creation of the Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity and the 1966 Civil Rights Act during the Johnson Administration

Image of Debbie Warnock

Faculty

Debbie Warnock's work draws upon sociology, education, and social statistics to investigate how underrepresented students access and experience higher education.