Professor Arri Eisen and visual artist Fahamu Pecou used the Exquisite Corpse collaborative method to explore the effect of trauma on our genetic make-up.
Alix Olson is assistant professor of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Oxford College.
Olson’s research interests include contemporary social and political thought, critical theory, feminist and queer politics, and social movements. Dr. Olson's book manuscript The Promise(s) of Resilience: Governance and Resistance in Complex Times…
Allison Burdette is Professor in the Practice of Business Law, Goizueta Business School.
Prior to joining the Goizueta Business School in 1998, Burdette practiced environmental law for two years in Washington, D.C., then went on to teach business law at Georgia State University. Currently Burdette…
Elizabeth Walker is the Research Assistant Professor in Behavioral/Social/Health Education, Rollins School of Public Health.
Walker’s research focuses on evaluating and supporting capacity building for the mental health workforce and examining the multilevel factors (e.g. health behaviors, comorbidities, services access and use, socioeconomic disadvantage, and policies)…
Hank Klibanoff is Professor of Practice in the Creative Writing Program, Emory College.
Klibanoff is a veteran journalist, a Pulitzer Prize-winning author and a Peabody Award-winning podcast host. He co-authored The Race Beat: The Press, the Civil Rights Struggle, and the Awakening of a Nation…
Edward Queen is the director of the Ethics and Servant Leadership Program, Emory Ethics Center.
Queen is director of the D. Abbott Turner Program in Ethics and Servant Leadership and coordinator of Undergraduate Studies at the Ethics Center At Emory, he also serves as director…
Carlton Mackey is the director of the Ethics of the Arts program, Emory Ethics Center.
Mackey is the director of the Ethics & the Arts program at the Ethics Center and the creator of its Art and Social Engagement Project, funded by Southwest Airlines. He…