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Matthew Rabin

Matthew Rabin, Professor of Economics at the University of California, Berkeley is the author or coauthor of numerous articles, including 'Self Awareness and Self Control' (with O'Donoghue, in Baumeister et al, forthcoming).

Stanley J. Rachman

Stanley J. Rachman is Professor of Psychology Emeritus, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, researches anxiety disorders, cognitive-behavior therapy, fear and courage, and obsessions. His publications include Fear and Courage (1990, 2d ed.) and The Treatment of Obsessions (2003).

Codrina Rada

Codrina Rada is a Research Fellow at the Center for Economic Policy Analysis, New School University. Her publications include “Can the Poor Countries Catch Up? Sources of Growth Accounting Give Weak Convergence for the Early 21st Century” (with Taylor, CEPA Working Paper 2003-4).

J. A. Raffaele

J. A. Raffaele is Associate Professor of Economics at the Drexel Institute of Technology, in Philadelphia. He is conducting a continuing research program on labor leadership in Europe, including the Soviet Union.

Hugh Raffles

Hugh Raffles is professor of anthropology and director of the Graduate Institute of Design, Ethnography & Social Thought at The New School. His most recent book, Insectopedia, was a New York Times Notable Book of 2010. He is currently completing an ethnography of stone.

Kaitlin T. Raimi

Kaitlin T. Raimi is a social psychologist and postdoctoral fellow at the Vanderbilt Institute for Energy and Environment. Her areas of interest include belief superiority, self-presentation, and the role of knowledge and ideology in the creation and maintenance of belief about climate science and related technology.

Kaushik Sunder Rajan

Kaushik Sunder Rajan is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of Chicago. His publications include the edited volume Lively Capital: Biotechnologies, Ethics and Governance in Global Markets (2012).

Rajeswari Sunder Rajan

Rajeswari Sunder Rajan's work spans debates about the relationship between gender, postcolonialism, and culture in the context of postindependence Indian nationalism. Her publications include Scandal of the State (2003) and The Crisis of Secularism in India (coedited with Needham, 2006).

Anupama Rao

Anupama Rao is Associate Professor of History at Barnard College, Columbia University, is currently a Fellow at Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford University. She is the author of The Caste Question (2009).

Aruna Rao

Arana Rao is a scholar and practitioner specializing in gender and institutional change whose most recent publication is Gender At Work: Organizational Change for Equality (1999). She is President of the Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID) and coordinator of Gender At Work, a global initiative to establish a knowledge and action net-work for institutional change for gender equality.

Rayna Rapp

Rayna Rapp is Professor of Anthropology at New York University. With anthropologist Faye Ginsburg, she is currently researching cultural innovation in special education as it braids together science, medicine, media, education, and family life together.

Sidney Ratner

Sidney Ratner, Associate Professor of History at Rutgers University, has written extensively on Dewey, and was one of the authors of a volume of essays published in 1950 in celebration of Dewey's ninetieth birthday; he is editor of Vision and Action: Essays in Honor of Horace Kallen, published in July 1953.

Claude Rawson

Claude Rawson is the Maynard Mack Professor of English at Yale University. He is the editor of the Blackwell Critical Biography series and the author of many books and articles, including Satire and Sentiment, 1660-1830 (1994) and Jonathan Swift: A Collection of Critical Essays (1995).

Krishnendu Ray

Krishnendu Ray, associate professor and chair in the Department of Nutrition, Food Studies and Public Health at New York University, also teaches at the Culinary Institute of America. His publications include Curried Cultures: Globalization, Food and South Asia (coeditor, 2012).

Paula Rayman

Paula Rayman is Research Program Director of Stone Center, Wellesley College. Her Skidding: Unemployment in the 1980s will be published by Temple University Press.

Gayatri Reddy

Gayatri Reddy is Assistant Professor of Gender and Women?s Studies and History at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her paper, 'Crossing Lines of Subjectivity: The Negotiation of Sexual Identity in Hyderabad, India' appeared in South Asia in 2001.

Irwin Redlener

Irwin Redlener is Professor of Clinical Population and Family Health and director of the National Center for Disaster Preparedness at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. He is also president and co-founder of the Children's Health Fund. He is the author of Americans At Risk: Why We Are Not Prepared For Megadisasters and What We Can Do Now (2006).

Marcel Regnier

Marcel Regnier is editor of the Archives de Philosophie.

Rob Reich

Rob Reich is Associate Professor of Political Science, Faculty Director of the Program on Ethics in Society, and Faculty Co-director of the Center for Philanthropy and Civil Society at Stanford University.

Jose Luis Reyna

Jose Luis Reyna, Professor and Research Associate, El Colegio de Mexico, is engaged in a major study of social stratification, social mobility and power structure. He has published several articles on various aspects of this topic.

Lorna A. Rhodes

Lorna Rhodes is Professor of Anthropology at the University of Washington. She has conducted ethnographic research in Washington state prisons and is the author of Total Confinement: Madness and Reason in the Maximum Security Prison (2004) and “Changing the Subject: Conversation in Supermax” (2005).

David A. J. Richards

David A. J. Richards is the Edwin D. Webb Professor of Law and Director of the Program for Study of Law, Philosophy, and Social Theory at New York University’s School of Law. He is the author of dozens of articles and ten books, including Women, Gays, and the Constitution: The Grounds for Feminism and Gay Rights in Culture and Law (1998).

Emanuel Richter

Emanuel Richter is the Alexander von Humboldt Visiting Scholar at the Graduate School for Social Research.

J. H. Richter

J. H. Richter is head of the European Division of the Foreign Agricultural Service, United States Department of Agriculture. He has spent many years in this field of activity and research, working both in this country and abroad. He is the author of several books and many articles and reports on commodity economics, economic theory and policy, and related areas.

Loraine Rickard-Martin

Loraine Rickard-Martin and Enrico Carisch are the founding partners in CCSI, an advisory group of former UN sanctions experts, conflict resolution practitioners, and advisers in sanctions compliance, implementation training, and national capacity building projects. They have served as advisers to Security Council Sanctions Committees and on expert sanctions monitoring groups for Somalia, Liberia, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Sudan, among others.

David Rieff

David Rieff is a Senior Fellow of the World Policy Institute at the New School University. He is also a contributing editor to The New Republic. His most recent book, A Bed for the Night: Humanitarianism in Crisis, was published in 2002.

Philip Rieff

Philip Rieff is Benjamin Franklin Professor of Sociology at The University of Pennsylvania. His published works include Freud: The Mind of the Moralist, The Triumphs of the Therapeutic and Fellow Teachers.

Raymond E. Ries

Raymond E. Ries, Associate Professor of Sociology, Colgate University, is making a study of the corporate personality. His articles have appeared in Ethics and in Human Organization.

Kurt Riezler

Kurt Riezler (1882 - 1955) was a top-level cabinet adviser in Germany and the Weimar Republic and professor of philosophy and chairman of the board at the University of Frankfurt. With the rise of Nazism he was forced out of his positions and, in 1939, emigrated to the United States, where he joined The New School for Social Research as a professor of philosophy. His work addresses a wide range of topics in political philosophy, including shame, truth, fear, public opinion, and human rights.

Arthur Ripstein

Arthur Ripstein is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Toronto. He is the author of Equality, Responsibility and the Law.

Dawn Rittenhouse

Dawn Rittenhouse, Director of Sustainable Development at DuPont, works on sustainability with DuPont businesses and leads DuPont's efforts at the World Business Council for Sustainable Development and with the U.N. Global Compact.

Archibald R. M Ritter

Archibald R. M Ritter is Distinguished Research Professor in the Department of Economics and the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University. His research interests and publications focus mainly on development issues in Africa and Latin America. His publications include Entrepreneurial Cuba: The Changing Policy Landscape (with Henken, 2015). He is the author of the research blog http://thecubaneconomy.com/.

Harriet Ritvo

Harriet Ritvo is Arthur J. Conner Professor of History at MIT. She recently published 'Classification and Continuity' in The Origin of Species in Charles Darwin: The Origin of Species (David Amigoni and Jeff Wallace, editors,1995).

Julius Rivera

Julius Rivera, Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Houston, has published several articles on the immigration of Mexicans and other peoples to the United States. He is now working on two books: The Social Transformation of Latin America and Latin Americans in the United States.

Paul Roazen

Paul Roazen, Associate Professor of Political Science, York University, is the author of Freud: Political and Social Thought and Brother Animal: The Story of Freud and Tausk.

Bruce Robbins

Bruce Robbins teaches English at Rutgers University. He is the author of The Servant's Hand: English Fiction from Below (1986).

John A. Robertson

John A. Robertson is Professor in the School of Law at the University of Texas, Austin. He wrote The Rights of the Critically III (1983).

Corey Robin

Corey Robin Assistant Professor of Political Science at Brooklyn College, CUNY. His articles have appeared in a number of journals, including Social Text and Lingua Franca. His most recent publication is 'Reflections on Fear: Montesquieu in Retrieval' (American Political Science Review). He is currently writing a book, Fear: Biography of an Idea.

Andre Robinet

Andre Robinet is Director of Research at CNRS, Paris, and Professor at the University of Brussels. He wrote La Langage a l'age classique (1978).

Douglas Robinson

Douglas Robinson, chair professor of English at HKBU, is a critical theorist interested in human communication as grounded in human social interaction, specifically as circulated pragmatically through literature, rhetoric, and translation.

John G. Robinson

John G. Robinson is Vice-President of the International Wildlife Conservation Society. He edited (with K.H. Red ford) Neotropical Wildlife Use and Conservation (1991) and recently published "The Wildlife Conservation Society: 100 years of rectitude" (1995).

John P. Robinson

John P. Robinson is Professor of Sociology and Director of the Americans’ Use of Time Project at the University of Maryland, College Park. He is currently coauthoring a new book with Suzanne Bianchi and Melissa Milkie on the changing time use of parents, and is continuing his long-term interest in the mass media and social change.

Marilynne Robinson

Marilynne Robinson is a writer and Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Iowa. Her novel Housekeeping (1981) received the PEN/Hemingway award for best first novel and was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. Her essays and book reviews have appeared in Harper’s, Paris Review, and The New York Times Book Review.

Randall Robinson

Randall Robinson is Executive Director of TransAfrica. He is an editorialist who has frequently contributed to The Washington Post and other news publications. Mr. Robinson testifies regularly before the United States Congress.

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Alan J. Rocke

Alan J. Rocke is Henry Eldridge Bourne Professor of History at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. He is a historian of science, specializing in the development of chemistry in nineteenth century Europe.

Nigel S. Rodley

Nigel S. Rodley, Research Fellow, New York University Center for International Studies, is Visiting Lecturer of Political Science, Graduate Faculty of the New School, and Formerly Associate Economic Affairs Officer, United Nations.

Lloyd Rodwin

Lloyd Rodwin was an Assistant Professor of land economics in the Department of City and Regional Planning at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the author of numerous articles on housing and urban development.

Milton I. Roemer

Milton I. Roemer, Director of Research in the Sloan Institute of Hospital Administration at Cornell, was associated during 1951-53 with the World Health Organization in Geneva. He has served also as a medical officer of the U.S. Public Health Service (1943-51) and the Department of Public Health in Saskatchewan, Canada (1953-56).

Wolfgang Rohe

Wolfgang Rohe is the executive director of Stiftung Mercator and head of the Science and Humanities Division. He previously worked with the German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft) in Bonn and the German Council of Science and Humanities (Wissenschaftsrat).

Henri E. A. M. Rolin

Charles E. Rollins

Charles E. Rollins, Assistant Professor of Economics at Stanford University, has conducted extensive field research in Chile, Bolivia, and Venezuela, and has written numerous articles on economic development for professional journals.

Anthony Romero

Anthony D. Romero is the Executive Director of the American Civil Liberties Union and the first Latino and openly gay man to serve in that capacity. An attorney and activist, he is coauthor of In Defense of Our America: The Fight for Civil Liberties in the Age of Terror (2007).

George K. Romoser

George K. Romoser, Co-organizer and co-chairman of the Weimar Conference at the New School, October 1971; Professor of Political Science, University of New Hampshire, and Chairman, Conference Group on German Politics (CGGP). His published works include 'The Politics of Uncertainty: The German Resistance Movement,' Social Research (Spring 1964); 'Heidegger and Political Philosophy,' Review of Politics (April 1967). He is currently working on a text reader on National Socialism, and an article entitled 'The Politics of Commitment: Left and Right Extremism.'

Wilhelm Ropke

Wilhelm Röpke (1899 - 1966) was an economist associated with the Austrian School of economic thought. He was a graduate of University of Marburg in 1921 receiving Dr.rer.pol and the Habilitation in 1922. He taught at Jena, the Vienna Convention of the German Association for Sociology and became a full professor at his alma mater in Marburg in 1929. Röpke taught at Istanbul from 1933 to 1937 after being forced out of his job due his vocal opposition to the Nazis. He taught at the Institute of International Studies in Geneva, Switzerland after leaving Istanbul. He was a founding member of the Mont Pelerin Society which sought to protect the erosion of liberty. Röpke was a huge influence on Chancellor Ludwig Erhard of West Germany who credits Röpke's ideas for the West German post WWII economic turnaround. Roepke was awarded the Willibald Pirckheimer Medal in 1962. Among his notable books is included The Economics of a Free Society (1937).

Amelie Oksenberg Rorty

Amelie Oksenberg Rorty is professor of the history of ideas at Brandeis University. She is editor of Essays on Aristotle's Rhetoric (1996) and author of The Political Sources of Morality.

David Rosand

David Rosand is Professor of Art History at Columbia University. His Titian will be published in 1978.

Arnold M. Rose

Arnold M. Rose, Editor of Human Behavior and Social Processes, which was published last year, is the author of many books on race relations, trade unionism, and sociological theory. He is Professor of Sociology at the University of Minnesota.

Alvin W. Rose

Alvin W. Rose, Associate Professor of Sociology at Wayne State University in Detroit, has written widely for professional journals. His particular interests lie in social psychology and race relations.

William Roseberry

William Roseberry is Professor and Chair of the Department of Anthropology in the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research. His books include Anthropologies and Histories (1989).

Richard Rosecrance

Richard Rosecrance is the Walter S. Carpenter, Jr., Professor of International and Comparative Politics at Cornell University. He edited America as an Ordinary Country (1976).

Jeffrey Rosen

Jeffrey Rosen, Associate Professor at George Washington University Law School, is Legal Affairs Editor of The New Republic and author of The Unwanted Gaze: The Destruction of Privacy in America (2000). His essays and book reviews have appeared The New York Times Magazine and The New Yorker.

Ralph M. Rosen

Ralph M. Rosen is Rose Family Endowed Term Professor in the Department of Classical Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. He is co-founder of the Penn-Leiden Colloquia on Ancient Values and co-editor of the five published volumes based on these events. His most recent book is Making Mockery: The Poetics of Ancient Satire (2007).

Stanley Rosen

Stanley Rosen is Professor of Philosophy and Fellow, Institute for the Arts and Humanistic Studies, the Pennsylvania State University. His most recent book is The Limits of Analysis (1980).

Pauline Vaillancourt Rosenau

Pauline Vaillancourt Rosenau is Associate Professor in the School of Public Health at the University of Texas, Houston. Her most recent book is Post-Modernism and the Social Sciences (1992).

Alexander Rosenberg

Alexander Rosenberg is Professor of Philosophy at the University of California--Riverside. His most recent book is Philosophy of Social Science (1988).

Charles E. Rosenberg

Charles E. Rosenberg is the Janice and Julian Bers Professor of the History and Sociology of Science at the University of Pennsylvania. His most recent book is The Care of Strangers: The Rise of America's Hospital System (1987).

Nathan Rosenberg