Administrators of the Mellon Public Humanities and Social Justice Program are celebrated professors, authors, lecturers and leaders who are committed to engaging diverse students in advanced research and higher learning.
Philosophy Professor Linda Martin Alcoff has written and edited books and over 100 journal articles on a wide range of topics including epistemology, Latin American philosophy, feminism, critical race theory and continental philosophy.More About Linda Martin Alcoff
English Professor Nico Israel teaches and writes on twentieth-century British, Irish, European and U.S. literature and literary and critical theory. He has also published widely on visual art, art history and visual culture.More About Nico Israel
Dr. Jonathan Fanton holds a PhD in American history from Yale University and has held leadership positions at distinguished institutions such as the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute and the MacArthur Foundation.More About Jonathan Fanton
Ashley Fenstermaker is the program administrator of the Mellon Public Humanities and Social Justice Scholars Program.More About Ashley Fenstermaker