Research focus: International Theory, Peace and Security & Feminist approaches to International Relations.
Michelle I. Gawerc’s research lies at the intersection of social movements and peace and conflict studies with a focus on Israel/Palestine.
Franke Wilmer has written three books and numerous articles and book chapters on issues of political violence and identity, gender and politics, human rights, and conflict and peace studies.
Donna Perry’s research is conducted using a theory she developed on the evolution of human and ecological dignity called transcendent pluralism.
Nancy Stern’s research and publications are in the areas of English grammar, bilingualism and teacher education.
Recognized as one the country’s leading scholars of U.S. Middle East policy and of strategic nonviolent action.
Non-resident Research Associate Centre for International Studies, Oxford University & Senior Fellow of the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy, Harvard University
Gordon Lafer is a Research Associate with the Economic Policy Institute in Washington, DC.
Rachel Feldman specializes in the Anthropology of Religion with a focus on Judaic Studies, Gender Studies, and the Middle East.
Professor Kuftinec has published widely on community-based theatre and has developed collaborative theatre projects with youth in the Balkans and Middle East.
Dr. Warren Spielberg is a psychologist and psychoanalyst who works with iIsraeli and Palestinian youth, is co-editor of the two-volume…
Dr. Stellan Vinthagen directs the Resistance Studies Initiative.
Jonathan Levine’s research centers on the potential and rationales for policy reform in transportation and land use. He teaches in the areas of transportation, land use, economics of planning, and research design.
Tamar Miller loves supporting Combatants because the combination of personal transformation and active peace building in public spaces, shifts the dynamics of power toward reconciliation and peace.
Susie Linfield, writes about the intersections of culture and politics for a wide array of publications, including the New York Times, Dissent, The Nation, Guernica, the Boston Review, and the New Republic.
Book publications include: Political Obligation in A Liberal State, How the Liberal Arts Can Save Liberal Democracy, and Political Theory, Political Thinking and Civil Society.
Marcus’s work focuses on Jewish communities of Late Antiquity (~3rd-7th century CE), the Babylonian Talmud and materials relating to Jewish life in Sasanian Mesopotamia.
Dr. Gould focuses her research on issues of ‘Youth and Religion,” primarily on understanding Youth, Islamophobia and religious tolerance in schools.
Dr. Federman’s teaching and writing focuses on helping people to reenvision their individual and collective potential, to see themselves shaping a better world.
Friedland is an activist, teacher educator, writer and performer
Alan Singer is a former New York City high school teacher and regularly blogs on Daily Kos and other sites on educational and political issues.
Author of The Professor’s Daughter, Searching for Zion: The Quest for Home in the African Diaspora, winner of an American Book Award, and Caution: Lessons in Survival, forthcoming from Holt.