Barbara Faedda

Associate Director
Italian Academy, Columbia University

Barbara Faedda is the Associate Director of the Italian Academy for Advanced Studies at Columbia University.

Severin Fowles

Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Barnard College

Severin Fowles is is an assistant professor in the Barnard Department of Anthropology. His current research builds from his landscape surveys in the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument, in particular from his discovery of a vast distribution of elaborate early eighteenth century rock art panels in the Plains Biographic style.

Katherine M.  Franke

Isidor and Seville Sulzbacher Professor of Law
Columbia University

Katherine M. Franke is the Isidor and Seville Sulzbacher Professor of Law at Columbia Law School, where she directs the Center for Gender and Sexuality Law.

Jane Gaines

Professor of Film
Columbia University

Jane Gaines is the award-winning author of two books: Contested Culture: The Image, the Voice and the Law and Fire and Desire: Mixed Race Movies in the Silent Era, both of which received the Katherine Singer Kovacs prize from the Society for Cinema and Media Studies.

Giuseppe Gerbino

Associate Professor of Music

Giuseppe Gerbino joined the Columbia faculty in 2001. His research interests include the Italian madrigal, the relationship between music and language in the early modern period, early opera, and Renaissance theories of cognition and sense perception.

Eileen Gillooly

Executive Director
Heyman Center for the Humanities

Eileen Gillooly, Adjunct Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature and the Institute for Research on Women and Gender, is the Executive Director of the Heyman Center for the Humanities and Society of Fellows.

Stathis Gourgouris

Professor of Comparative Literature
Columbia University

Stathis Gourgouris is a professor of Comparative Literature with affiliations with the Department of English, Department of Classics, and the Institute of Comparative Literature and Society.

LynNell Hancock

H. Gordon Garbedian Professor of Journalism
Columbia University

LynNell Hancock is a reporter and writer specializing in education and child and family policy issues, who has taught journalism at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism since 1993. She is the director of the Spencer Fellowship for Education Journalism, a program that supports the work of mid-career journalists to study at Columbia and produce significant works of journalism on education topics.