Brian Goldstone

Post-doctoral Fellow
Columbia University

Justice-in-Education Fellow Fellow, Society of Fellows in the Humanities 2012 - 15 Brian Goldstone is a social-cultural anthropologist of contemporary Africa.

Matthew Hart

Associate Professor of English & Comparative Literature
Columbia University

Matt Hart specializes in twentieth and twenty-first century literature, with an emphasis on modernism, poetry, and contemporary British fiction. He is also interested in connections between literature and the visual arts and between literary history and political history. Recent classes have focused on the question of Late Modernism, on Contemporary Black British Literature, and on rethinking the nation-state/transnationalism relation in contemporary writing and critical theory.  

Jean Howard

George Delacorte Professor in the Humanities
Columbia University

Heyman Center Fellow 2016-17 Jean Howard's areas of interest include Renaissance literature, history of drama, feminism, new historicism, and Marxism.

Matthew L. Jones

James R. Barker Professor of Contemporary Civilization
Columbia University

Matthew L. Jones is James R. Barker Professor of Contemporary Civilization at Columbia University.

Ian McCready-Flora

Assistant Professor of Philosophy
St. Louis University

Fellow, Society of Fellows in the Humanities 2011 - 14 Ian McCready-Flora received his PhD in Philosophy from the University of Michigan.  He works mainly on Ancient Greek Philosophy (Aristotle especially) and contemporary Aesthetics.

Emily Ogden

Assistant Professor of English
University of Virginia

Fellow, Society of Fellows in the Humanities 2010 - 13 Emily Ogden (PhD, University of Pennsylvania; AB, Harvard University) is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Virginia.