Raja Shehadeh

Raja Shehadeh is a Palestinian lawyer and writer, and founder of the human rights organisation Al-Haq. His most recent book Going Home: A Walk Through Fifty Years of Occupation won the 2020 Moore prize

Lucy Song

Lucy Song is a PhD candidate in Government at Harvard.

Jonna Perrillo

Jonna Perrillo is an education historian and Associate Professor of English Education at the University of Texas at El Paso. She is author of Educating the Enemy: Teaching Nazis and Mexicans in the Cold War Borderlands.

Irina Zherebkina

Irina Zherebkina is a Professor of Theory of Culture and Philosophy of Science at V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University and a founder of the Kharkiv Center for Gender Studies.

Sandeep Vaheesan

Sandeep Vaheesan is the legal director at the Open Markets Institute. He is working on a book, Democracy in Power, on the successes, failures, and promise of cooperative and public power in the United States.

Kieran Setiya

Kieran Setiya teaches philosophy at MIT and hosts a podcast, Five Questions. His new book, Life is Hard, comes out in October 2022.

Emil Edenborg

Emil Edenborg is Associate Professor of Gender Studies at Stockholm University and Associate Research Fellow in the Global Politics and Security Programme at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs. He tweets @emiledenborg.

Reginald McKnight

Reginald McKnight is a short story writer and novelist. He has won the O. Henry Award, the Drue Heinz Literature Prize, and the Whiting Writer’s Award, and many other awards and prizes for his work. In addition to writing, McKnight has been a professor of English at the University of Pittsburgh, the University of Maryland, […]

Jackson Arn

Jackson Arn’s writing has appeared in Art in America, The Nation, and The Drift, among other publications. He is The Forward‘s contributing art critic.

Katharine S. Walter

Katharine S. Walter is a postdoctoral researcher in infectious diseases at the Stanford University School of Medicine.