We are a public forum committed to collective reasoning and imagination, but we can’t do it without you. Join today to help us keep the discussion of ideas free and open to everyone, and enjoy member benefits like our quarterly books.
Alexandre White is Assistant Professor of Sociology and the History of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University. He is working on a book titled Epidemic Orientalism.
Zeynep Pamuk is Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of California, San Diego, and author of Politics and Expertise: How to Use Science in a Democratic Society.
Jay S. Kaufman is Professor of Epidemiology, Biostatistics, and Occupational Health at McGill University.
Sheila Jasanoff is Pforzheimer Professor of Science and Technology Studies at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Her most recent book is The Ethics of Invention: Technology and the Human Future.
Jana Bacevic is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Durham University and author of a number of articles on the politics of knowledge, prediction, and the social sciences.
Glen Weyl is Founder of the RadicalxChange Foundation, co-author with Eric Posner of Radical Markets: Uprooting Capitalism and Democracy for a Just Society, and Microsoft’s Office of the Chief Technology Officer Political Economist and Social Technologist (OCTOPEST).
Lisa Duggan is a journalist, activist, and Professor of Social & Cultural Analysis at New York University. She is author most recently of Mean Girl: Ayn Rand and the Culture of Greed.
Christine Henneberg practices women’s health and family planning in California. Her memoir, Boundless: When An Abortion Doctor Becomes A Mother, is forthcoming from Brown Paper Press in 2022.
Nia is a Black Voices in the Public Sphere fellow at Boston Review where she writes about race, gender, politics and policing.
Brian Callaci is the Open Markets Institute’s Chief Economist, researching the affect of corporate power on workers, small businesses, and other groups. He previously worked at Workers United, SEIU, the Strategic Organizing Center (formerly Change to Win) and the Data & Society Research Institute.