2014 Fellows in the United States and Canada

Ms. Lynn Aldrich, Artist, Glendale, California, and Visiting Professor, Azusa Pacific University: Fine Arts.
Mr. Nezar AlSayyad, Professor of Architecture and City & Regional Planning, and Chair, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, University of California, Berkeley: Nile: Urban Histories on the Banks of a River.
Ms. Chloe Aridjis, Writer, London, United Kingdom: Fiction.
Mr. Mark Aronoff, Distinguished Professor of Linguistics, Stony Brook University, SUNY: Synonymy and Competition in Language.
Ms. Rania Attieh, Filmmaker, Brooklyn, New York: Film-Video. (Jointly With Daniel Garcia)

Mr. Mowry Baden, Artist, Victoria, BC, Canada, and Professor Emeritus, University of Victoria: Fine Arts.
Ms. Annie Baker, Playwright, Brooklyn, New York, Visiting Assistant Professor, Stony Brook University, and Adjunct Instructor, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University, and Adjunct Instructor and Thesis Advisor, Barnard College: Playwriting.
Ms. Deborah Baker, Writer, Brooklyn, New York: The Last Englishman.
Ms. Ivy Baldwin, Choreographer, Brooklyn, New York: Choreography.
Ms. Jamie Baum, Composer, New York, New York, Faculty Member, Jazz Department, Manhattan School of Music: Music Composition.
Mr. Asef Bayat, Professor of Sociology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign: Arab Revolutions and the Grassroots.
Mr. Anthony Bebbington, Milton P. and Alice C. Higgins Professor of Environment and Society, Graduate School of Geography, Clark University: Natural resource extraction in Latin America: transforming the human-environment, challenging social science.
Ms. Susan Bee, Artist, Brooklyn, New York, and Lecturer in the MFA Art Criticism and Writing Program, School of Visual Arts, Lecturer in English, University of Pennsylvania, and Visiting Professor of Humanities and Media Studies, Pratt Institute: Fine Arts.
Ms. Judith Belzer, Artist, Berkeley, California: Fine Arts.
Ms. Ellen Berkenblit, Artist, Brooklyn, New York, and Visiting Artist, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, New York University: Fine Arts.
Ms. Susan Bernofsky, Associate Professor and Director, Literary Translation at Columbia, Columbia University School of the Arts: Translation of Two Books by Robert Walser.
Ms. Ann Blair, Henry Charles Lea Professor of History, Harvard University: Hidden Hands: amanuenses and authorship in early modern Europe.
Ms. Holly Brewer, Burke Professor of American History and Associate Professor, University of Maryland, College Park: Inheritable Blood: Slavery and Sovereignty in Early America and the British Empire.
Ms. Kathy Butterly, Artist, New York, New York, and Adjunct Instructor in Art, New York University: Fine Arts.

Mr. Christopher Castellani, Writer, Boston, Massachusetts: Fiction.
Mr. Kenneth Catania, Stevenson Professor of Biological Sciences, Vanderbilt University: The Neuroscience of Predator-Prey Interactions.
Ms. Xavier Cha, Artist, Brooklyn, New York: Fine Arts.
Ms. Myriam J. A. Chancy, Professor of English, University of Cincinnati: Autochthonomies: Transnationalism, Testimony, & Transmission within the African Diaspora..
Ms. Patty Chang, Artist, Boston, Massachusetts, and Visiting Artist, School of the Museum of Fine Art, Boston: Fine Arts.
Mr. Mung Chiang, Arthur LeGrand Doty Professor of Electrical Engineering, Princeton University: Information Engineering for Effective Learning at Massive Scale.
Mr. William Chittick, Professor, Department of Asian and Asian American Studies, Stony Brook University, SUNY: A Multifaceted Theology of Love: Ahmad Sam'ani on the Ninety-Nine Names of God.
Ms. Deborah Coen, Associate Professor of History, Barnard College, and Associate Professor of History and Acting Director of the Center of International History, Columbia University: Climates of Empire: Science and the Spatial Imagination in Nineteenth-Century Europe.
Ms. Rachel Cohen, Writer, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Professor of Writing, MFA Writing Program, Sarah Lawrence College: Time in Pieces: Painting Modern Life.
Mr. Andrew Cole, Associate Professor of English, Princeton University: The Renaissance of Late Medieval England.
Ms. Sarah Cole, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University: The Wells Era.
Mr. Gene Coleman, Composer, Collingswood, New Jersey: Music Composition.
Mr. Steve Coleman, Composer, Allentown, Pennsylvania: Music Composition.
Mr. Pier Consagra, Artist, New York, New York.
Ms. Anna Conway, Artist, Sunnyside, New York, and Adjunct Assistant Professor and Admissions Committee Member, School of Art, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, and Adjunct Assistant Professor, School of Art, Columbia University: Fine Arts.
Ms. Heather Courtney, Filmmaker, Austin, Texas: Film-Video.
Mr. Donald Crafton, Joseph and Elizabeth Robbie Professor of Film, Television, and Theatre, University of Notre Dame: Disney and California Vernacular Modernism.
Mr. Thomas Crow, Rosalie Solow Professor of Modern Art, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University: The Art of Restoration Europe, 1814-1820.
Mr. Will Crutchfield, Director of Opera, Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts: Operatic Performance Practice.
Ms. Dorit Cypis, Artist, Los Angeles, California, and Senior Lecturer in Sculpture/New Genres, Otis College of Art and Design: Fine Arts.

Mr. Jacob Dalton, Associate Professor of South and Southeast Asian Studies and East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of California, Berkeley: The Spread of the Local: Ritual Manuals and the Rise of Tantra.
Ms. Nancy Davidson, Artist, New York, New York, and Professor Emeritus, Purchase College, SUNY: Fine Arts.
Mr. Robert Dawson, Photographer, San Francisco, California, and Lecturer in Art and Art History, Stanford University, and Instructor in Photography, San Jose State University: Photography.
Mr. Daniel Diermeier, IBM Professor of Regulation and Competitive Practice, Director of the Ford Motor Company Center for Global Citizenship, and Faculty Director, Kellogg Public-Private Initiative, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University: Formal Behavioralism.
Mr. Chris Doyle, Filmmaker, Brooklyn, New York: Film-Video.
Mr. Greg Drasler, Artist, New York, New York, and Adjunct Associate Professor of Painting, Pratt Institute: Fine Arts.
Ms. Denise Duhamel, Poet, Hollywood, Florida, and Professor of English, Florida International University: Poetry.
Ms. Arienne Dwyer, Professor of Linguistic Anthropology and Co-Director of the Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities, University of Kansas: Language Convergence in Inner Asia.

Mr. Anver Emon, Professor of Law, Center for the Study of Religion, Faculty of Law, Near and Middle East Civilizations, University of Toronto: Sharia and the Rule of Law.
Mr. David Engerman, Ottilie Springer Professor of History, Brandeis University: Planning for Plenty: The Economic Cold War in India.

Mr. Jonathan Feng, Professor of Physics and Astronomy, University of California, Irvine: Particle Physics and Cosmology in the LHC Era.
Ms. Joyce Flueckiger, Professor of Religion, Emory University, and Acquisitions, Curatorial, and Education Consultant, Emory University Michael C. Carlos Museum: Material Acts: Agency of Materiality in India.
Mr. Devin Fore, Associate Professor of German and Affiliated Faculty Member of the Program in Media and Modernity, Princeton University: All the Graphs: Soviet Factography and the Emergence of Avant-Garde Documentary.
Ms. Emily Fragos, Poet, New York, New York: Poetry.
Ms. LaToya Frazier, Photographer, New Brunswick, New Jersey: Photography.
Mr. Jason Fulford, Photographer, Scranton, Pennsylvania: Photography.
Mr. Randall Fuller, Chapman Professor of English, University of Tulsa: When Darwin Came to America.

Ms. Phyllis Galembo, Photographer, New York, New York, and Professor of Photography, University at Albany, SUNY: Photography.
Mr. Daniel Garcia, Filmmaker, Brooklyn, New York: Film-Video. (Jointly With Rania Attieh)
Ms. Ann Gold, Thomas J. Watson Professor of Religion and Professor of Anthropology, Syracuse University: Shiptown: North Indian Lives between Rural and Urban.
Ms. Miriam Golden, Professor of Political Science and Vice Chair for Graduate Studies, University of California, Los Angeles: Bad Government.
Mr. Jack Goldstone, Virginia E. and John T. Hazel, Jr. Professor of Public Policy, George Mason University: Ten Billion: The Challenges of Global Population Change.
Mr. Joseph P. Gone, Associate Professor of Psychology and American Culture, University of Michigan: Rethinking American Indian Mental Health.
Ms. Emily Fox Gordon, Writer, Houston, Texas, and Instructor, Low Residency MFA Writing Program, Queens University of Charlotte: The View from Now.
Ms. Phyllis Green, Artist, Santa Monica, California, and Adjunct Professor of Ceramics, Roski School of Art and Design, University of Southern California: Fine Arts.
Ms. Lillian Guerra, Professor of Cuban and Caribbean History and Director of Cuba Program, Center for Latin American Studies, University of Florida: Making Revolutionary Cuba, 1946-1959.

Mr. Gregory Halpern, Photographer, Rochester, New York, and Assistant Professor of Photography, Rochester Institute of Technology: Photography.
Mr. Thor Hanson, Writer, Friday Harbor, Washington: The Triumph of Seeds.
Ms. Joy Harjo, Writer, Glenpool, Oklahoma, and Professor of English and American Indian Studies, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign: Songline of Justice.
Mr. Matthew Harris, Assistant Professor of Genetics and Orthopedic Surgery, Boston Children’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School: Phylomapping--expanding our means to understand Nature's experiments.
Mr. David Haskell, Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies, Sewanee: The University of the South: Songs of Trees.
Ms. Sharon Hayes, Filmmaker, Brooklyn, New York, and Associate Professor, School of Art, Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art: Film-Video.
Mr. Robert Hite, Artist, Esopus, New York: Fine Arts.
Mr. John Holt, William R. Kenan Professor of Humanities in Religion and Asian Studies, Bowdoin College: Militant Monks and Muslim Minorities: Buddhist/Muslim Tensions in Sri Lanka and Myanmar (Burma).
Mr. Jiaxing Huang, Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Northwestern University: Ultrafine Particles with Very Weak Van der Waals Interaction.
Mr. Yunte Huang, Writer, Santa Barbara, California, and Professor of English, University of California, Santa Barbara: The Siamese Twins.

Ms. Shannon Jackson, Professor of Rhetoric and of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies, Richard and Rhoda Goldman Chair in the Arts and Humanities, and Director of the Arts Research Center, University of California, Berkeley: The Way We Perform Now.
Mr. Karl Jacoby, Professor of History and Ethnic Studies, Columbia University: A Life on the Line: A Trickster's Tale from the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands.
Mr. Jamie James, Writer, Lombok, Indonesia: The Glamour of Strangeness.
Mr. Ray Jayawardhana, Professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics, and Canada Research Chair in Observational Astrophysics, University of Toronto: Our Cosmic Selves.
Mr. Eric Jennings, Professor of History, University of Toronto: Exile and Encounter in Martinique, 1940-1945.
Mr. James Johnson, Professor of History, Boston University: Masks and Modern Consciousness.
Mr. Jesse Jones, Composer, Columbia, South Carolina, and Assistant Professor of Composition and Theory, University of South Carolina: Music Composition.
Mr. Fady Joudah, Poet, Bellaire, Texas: Poetry.
Mr. Arthur Kampela, Composer, New York, New York, and Adjunct Professor in Guitar and Composition, Columbia University: Music Composition.
Ms. Sarah Kay, Professor of French, New York University: Animal Skins and Human Selves in Medieval Latin and French Bestiaries.
Mr. Kiran Kedlaya, Professor of Mathematics, University of California, San Diego: Computational Aspects of the Langlands Program.
Mr. Robin Kelley, Distinguished Professor of History and Gary B. Nash Endowed Chair in United States History, University of California, Los Angeles: The Education of Ms. Grace Halsell: An Intimate History of the American Century.
Mr. Mark Kendall, Filmmaker, Ardmore, Pennsylvania: Film-Video.
Ms. Brenda Kenneally, Photographer, Troy, New York: Photography.
Ms. Eva Kittay, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, Stony Brook University, SUNY: Disabled Minds and Things That Matter.
Mr. Jun Korenaga, Professor of Geology and Geophysics, Yale University: Seeking new constraints on the chemical state of Earth's mantle.
Mr. Mikel Kuehn, Composer, Sylvania, Ohio, and Professor of Composition, Bowling Green State University: Music Composition.
Mr. Hari Kunzru, Writer, Brooklyn, New York: Fiction.

Mr. William Lamson, Artist, Brooklyn, New York, and Part-Time Lecturer, Photography Department, Parsons The New School for Design: Fine Arts.
Ms. Jill Lepore, David Woods Kemper '41 Professor of American History, Harvard University: Dickens in America.
Mr. Jonathan Levin, Holbrook Working Professor of Economics and Chair of the Department of Economics, Stanford University: Can Healthcare Competition Work?.
Ms. Meira Levinson, Associate Professor of Education, Harvard University: Dilemmas of Educational Justice.
Mr. Doron Levy, Professor at the Center for Scientific Computation and Mathematical Modeling, Professor of Mathematics, and Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies, University of Maryland, College Park: The dynamics of drug resistance in cancer.
Mr. Kent Lightfoot, Professor of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley: Rethinking Complex Hunter-Gatherers in California.
Ms. Diana Liverman, Director, Institute of the Environment, University of Arizona: Climate and Poverty in the Americas.

Mr. Joshua Marston, Filmmaker, Brooklyn, New York: Film-Video.
Mr. Adrian Matejka, Poet, Bloomington, Indiana, and Assistant Professor of English, Indiana University, Bloomington: Poetry.
Mr. D. T. Max, Writer, Montclair, New Jersey: The Most Conspicuous Person on the Planet.
Ms. Carla Mazzio, Director of Graduate Studies and Associate Professor of English, University at Buffalo, SUNY: The Trouble with Numbers: The Drama of Mathematics in the Age of Shakespeare.
Ms. Cecilia Menjivar, Cowden Distinguished Professor and Associate Director, T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics, Arizona State University: Living with the Law in Arizona: Immigrants’ Everyday Encounters with and through Law.
Ms. Andrea Miller, Choreographer, Brooklyn, New York: Choreography.
Ms. Tracy Miller, Artist, Brooklyn, New York: Fine Arts.
Mr. Rashaun Mitchell, Choreographer, Brooklyn, New York, and Assistant Arts Professor of Contemporary Dance, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University: Choreography.
Ms. Ange Mlinko, Poet, Houston, Texas, and Assistant Professor of English, University of Houston: Poetry.
Mr. Naeem Mohaiemen, Filmmaker and writer, Brooklyn, New York: Film-Video.
Mr. Scott Monroe, William K. Warren Foundation Professor of Psychology, University of Notre Dame: Discovering Predictors of Recurrent Depression: From Numbers to Narratives and Back Again.
Mr. Young Min Moon, Artist, Amherst, Massachusetts, and Associate Professor of Studio Arts and Director of Foundations, University of Massachusetts, Amherst: Fine Arts.
Mr. Andrew Moore, Photographer, New York, New York, and Instructor, MFA Photography, Video and Related Media Department, School of Visual Arts: Photography.
Mr. Dean Moss, Choreographer, Brooklyn, New York: Choreography.

Mr. Terence Nance, Filmmaker, Brooklyn, New York: Film-Video.
Mr. Eric Nathan, Composer, Larchmont, New York: Music Composition.
Mr. Patrick Nickell, Artist, Los Angeles, California, and Associate Professor, Foundation Department, School of Media Culture & Design, Woodbury University: Fine Arts.
Ms. Lori Nix, Photographer, Brooklyn, New York: Photography.
Ms. Carrie Noland, Professor of French and Comparative Literature, University of California, Irvine: After the Arbitrary: Merce Cunningham, Chance Operations, and the Human Situation on Stage.
Ms. Michael Nylan, Professor of History, University of California, Berkeley: Translating the Chinese Documents Classic.

Ms. Aude Oliva, Principal Research Scientist, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Predicting Memory.
Ms. Susan Orlean, Writer, Studio City, California: The Library Book.
Ms. Meghan O'Rourke, Writer, Brooklyn, New York, and Associate Professor of Creative Writing, New York University: What's Wrong with Me: The Uncertainties of Chronic Illness.
Ms. Julie Orringer, Writer, Cambridge, Massachusetts: Fiction.
Mr. Serguei Oushakine, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Slavic Languages and Literatures, Princeton University: Disowned History: Soviet Pasts in the Afterlives of Empire.

Mr. John Palmer
, Professor of Philosophy, University of Florida: Plato's Pythagorean Theory of Value.
Ms. L.A. Paul, Professor of Philosophy, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill: Transformative Experience and Decision Making.
Ms. Monika Piazzesi, Joan Kenney Professor of Economics, Stanford University: Banks' Risk Exposures.
Mr. Niles Pierce, Professor of Applied and Computational Mathematics and Bioengineering, California Institute of Technology: Molecular Instruments.
Mr. Matthew Pillsbury, Photographer, New York, New York: Photography.
Mr. Steven Pincus, Bradford Durfee Professor of History, Yale University: Origins of the British Empire.
Ms. Catherine Prendergast, Professor of English, Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign: Writer, Painter, Banker, Thief: The American Arts Colony in the Public Account.

Mr. Hamid Rahmanian, Filmmaker, Brooklyn, New York: Film-Video.
Ms. Rayna Rapp, Professor of Anthropology, New York University: A Child Surrounds This Brain: How Neuroscientists, Families, and Young Adult Activists Think about Disability and Neurodiversity.
Ms. Victoria Redel, Writer, New York, New York, and Professor of Creative Writing, Sarah Lawrence College: Fiction.
Ms. Mary Reid Kelley, Filmmaker, Olivebridge, New York: Film-Video.
Ms. Paisley Rekdal, Poet, Salt Lake City, Utah, and Professor of Literature, University of Utah: Poetry.
Mr. Peter Rock, Writer, Portland, Oregon, and Professor of Creative Writing, Reed College: Fiction.
Mr. Austin Roorda, Chair, Vision Science Graduate Group, and Professor of Optometry and Vision Science, School of Optometry, University of California, Berkeley: Advanced Adaptive Optics to Study Vision.
Dr. Lainie Ross, Carolyn and Matthew Bucksbaum Professor of Clinical Ethics, Professor Departments of Pediatrics, Medicine and Surgery, and Associate Director, MacLean Center for Clinical Medical Ethics, University of Chicago: From Peapods to Whole Genomes: Incidental Findings and Unintended Consequences in a Post-Mendelian World.
Ms. Elena Ruehr, Composer, Brookline, Massachusetts, and Lecturer in Music, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Music Composition.
Ms. Marina Rustow, Associate Professor and Charlotte Bloomberg Professor in the Humanities, Johns Hopkins University: Jews and Islamic Empire: A Study in Medieval Middle Eastern Governmentality.
Mr. Mark Ruwedel, Photographer, Long Beach, California, and Professor of Art, California State University, Long Beach: Photography.

Ms. Lynne Sachs, Filmmaker, Brooklyn, New York, and Adjunct Professor of Film and Television, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University: Film-Video.
Mr. David Sandlin, Artist, New York, New York, and Instructor in Printmaking and Thesis Coordinator for the MFA Illustration Program, School of Visual Arts: Fine Arts.
Mr. Haun Saussy, University Professor of Comparative Literature and East Asian Languages and Civilizations, University of Chicago: Translation as Citation, or Zhuangzi Inside Out.
Mr. Elliott Sharp, Composer, New York, New York: Music Composition.
Ms. Susan Sidlauskas, Professor of Art History and Graduate Program Director, Rutgers University: Skins: The Metamorphoses of John Singer Sargent.
Ms. Judith Simonian, Artist, New York, New York, and Instructor in Fine Arts, Continuing Education Program, The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art: Fine Arts.
Mr. Jeffrey Skinner, Poet, Louisville, Kentucky, and Professor of English, University of Louisville: Poetry.
Mr. Helmut Smith, Martha Rivers Ingram Professor of History, Vanderbilt University: The German Nation Before, During, and After Nationalism, 1500-2000.
Ms. Patricia Smith, Poet, Howell, New Jersey, and Associate Professor of English and Creative Writing, College of Staten Island, CUNY: Poetry.
Ms. Stacey Steers, Filmmaker, Boulder, Colorado, and Lecturer in the Film Studies Program, University of Colorado: Film-Video.
Mr. Daniel Stein, Professor of Physics and Mathematics, New York University: Disordered systems, nonequilibrium dynamics, and stochastic processes.
Ms. Rachel Sussman, Photographer, Brooklyn, New York: Photography.
Dr. Victoria Sweet, Writer, Redwood City, California, and Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco: Slow Medicine, Fast Medicine: Healing, Curing and Caring in an Age of Technology.
Mr. Nathan Swenson, Assistant Professor of Plant Biology, Michigan State University: The Evolutionary Imprint on Plant Community Assembly: An Investigation of the New Zealand Woody Plant Flora.
Ms. Stephanie Syjuco, Artist, Berkeley, California, and Assistant Professor of Sculpture, University of California, Berkeley: Fine Arts.
Ms. Mary Szybist, Poet, Portland, Oregon, and Associate Professor of English, Lewis & Clark College, and Faculty in MFA Program for Writers, Warren Wilson College: Poetry.

Ms. Emily Talen, Professor, School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, Arizona State University: Neighborhood: The Measure and Meaning of an Urban Ideal.
Mr. Stephen Taylor, Composer, Urbana, Illinois, and Associate Professor of Music, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign: Music Composition.
Ms. Emily Thompson, Professor of History, Princeton University: Sound Effects: Technicians and the Talkies in the American Film Industry, 1925-1933.
Mr. Joseph Thornton, Professor of Human Genetics and Ecology and Evolution, University of Chicago: The Functional Synthesis in Molecular Biology and Evolution.
Mr. Peter Tse, Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Dartmouth College: A theory of the fronto-parietal brain network: What makes the human mind human.

Mr. Gary Urton, Dumbarton Oaks Professor of Pre-Columbian Studies, Harvard University: Andean Knotted-Cord Records: Analysis and Write-up of Two Decades of Research on Pre-Inka, Inka and Colonial Khipus.

Mr. Fred Valentine, Artist, Ridgewood, New York, and Professor of Painting and Drawing, Pace University: Fine Arts.
Mr. Sylvain Veilleux, Professor of Astronomy and Optical Director, University of Maryland, College Park: Miniaturization: The Next Wave in Astronomical Instrumentation.
Mr. Ashvin Vishwanath, Professor of Physics, University of California, Berkeley: Physical Realization of Exotic States of Matter.

Ms. Lu Wang, Composer, Chicago, Illinois: Music Composition.
Ms. Claire Watkins, Writer, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, Assistant Professor of English, Bucknell University, and Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing, Lewis Center for the Arts, Princeton University: Fiction.
Mr. John Watkins, Distinguished McKnight University Professor of English, University of Minnesota: Premodern Marriage Diplomacy: A Cultural History.
Ms. Kate Weare, Choreographer, Brooklyn, New York: Choreography.
Mr. Deke Weaver, Playwright, Champaign, Illinois, and Associate Professor of New Media: Video and Performance, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign: Playwriting.
Ms. Lois Weaver, Playwright, New York, New York, and Professor of Contemporary Performance Practice, Queen Mary University of London: Playwriting.
Ms. Marjorie Welish, Poet, New York, New York, and Madelon Leventhal Rand Distinguished Lecturer in Literature, Brooklyn College, CUNY: Poetry.
Ms. Bonna Wescoat, Professor of Art History, Emory University, and Director of Excavations, Sanctuary of the Great Gods, Samothrace: Insula Sacra: Samothrace and the Sanctuary of the Great Gods.
Ms. Alexandra Wettlaufer, Professor of French and Comparative Literature, University of Texas, Austin: Reading George: Sand, Eliot, and the Novel in France and Britain, 1830-1900.
Mr. Marco Williams, Filmmaker, New York, New York, and Associate Arts Professor, Kanbar Institute of Film and Television, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University: Film-Video.