Visiting Speakers

Gökçe Günel

ACLS New Faculty Fellow in Anthropology
Columbia University

Gökçe Günel holds the position of ACLS New Faculty Fellow in Anthropology at Columbia University.

Rachel Hadas

Professor of English
Rutgers University

Professor Hadas is the author of numerous books of poetry, essays, and translations.

Ghassan Hage

Professor of Anthropology and Social Theory
University of Melbourne

Ghassan Hage is the University of Melbourne's Future Generation Professor of Anthropology and Social Theory and a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities. Ghassan joined the University of Melbourne in 2008 after fifteen years of teaching and researching at the University of Sydney. As a Future Generation Professor he works at fostering inter-disciplinary research across the university.

Bernard E.  Harcourt

Isidor and Seville Sulzbacher Professor of Law and Director, Columbia Center for Contemporary Critical Thought,
Columbia University

Bernard E. Harcourt joined the Columbia Law School faculty in July 2014. His scholarship intersects social and political theory, the sociology of punishment, and penal law and procedure.

Robert Hardies

Unitarian Minister
All Souls Church

The Rev. Robert Hardies has served since 2001 as senior minister of All Souls Church, Unitarian, a vibrant and diverse congregation in the heart of Washington, DC.

Uwe Hartmann

Graduate Historian
Staatliche Museen Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin

Hartmann is a graduate historian at the Staatliche Musseen Preussischer Kulturbesitz in Berlin.  

Robert Hass served as Poet Laureate of the United States from 1995 to 1997 and as a Chancellor of The Academy of American Poets from 2001 to 2007. He teaches at the University of California, Berkeley.

Kelly Lytle Hernández

Associate Professor of History
University of California, Los Angeles

Kelly Lytle Hernández is an associate professor of history at UCLA. Her book, MIGRA! A History of the U.S. Border Patrol, chronicles the rise of the U.S. Border Patrol in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands. Her forthcoming book, City of Inmates: Conquest and the Rise of Human Caging in Los Angeles (University of North Carolina, Sept. 2016), examines how settler colonialism shaped the rise of Los Angeles as the global epicenter of human caging.