Keller Easterling is an architect, writer, and professor at Yale University. Her recent books include Extrastatecraft: The Power of Infrastructure Space (2014), Subtraction (2014), and Enduring Innocence: Global Architecture and Its Political Masquerades (2005).
William Easterly, a professor of economics at New York University and the codirector of its Development Research Institute, is the author of numerous books and articles. He is also the co-editor of the Journal of Development Economics, and he directs and writes the Aid Watch blog.
Loyd D. Easton is a professor of philosophy at Ohio Wesleyan University. He has published Hegel's First American Followers and Ethics, Policy and Social Ends and has edited and translated some of Marx's works.
Diana L. Eck is a professor of comparative religion and Indian studies, the Fredric Wertham Professor of Law and Psychiatry in Society, and a member of the Faculty of Divinity at Harvard Divinity School.
Jenny Edkins is a professor of international politics at Aberystwyth University. Her recent books include Face Politics (2015) and Missing: Persons and Politics (2011). She is currently completing a monograph entitled, Memory, Security, Politics.
John Edwards, 2004 Democratic Vice-Presidential nominee, was formerly the US Senator from North Carolina. He is the director of the Center on Poverty, Work, and Opportunity at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Chaw Ei Thein, a painter and conceptual and performance artist, takes a feminist approach to portray the contradictions and conflicts of her sociopolitical environment. The recipient of the Elizabeth J. McCormack and Jerome I. Aaron fellowship in connection with the Asian Cultural Council in New York, she has lectured and exhibited extensively in and outside of Myanmar.
Peter Eigen, a lawyer by training, is the founder of Transparency International, a civil society organization promoting transparency and accountability in international development. He has worked in economic development for 25 years, mainly as a World Bank manager of programs in Africa and Latin America. Since 2007, he has been a member of Kofi Annan’s Africa Progress Panel.
Mario Einaudi was a professor of government at Cornell University. He is also the author of three books: Edmondo Burke, Le origini del controllo sulla constituzionalita delle legge negli Stati Uniti, and The Physiocratic Doctrine of Judicial Control.
Elizabeth L. Eisenstein is the Professor Emerita in the History Department at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Her publications include The Printing Revolution in Early Modern Europe (1993), Grub Street Abroad (1992), and The Printing Press as an Agent of Change (1979). Eisenstein is currently working on Divine Art/Infernal Machine: Western Views of Printing Surveyed.
M. Joycelyn Elders is the Professor Emeritus at the University of Arkansas School of Medicine. She was appointed the US Surgeon General by President Bill Clinton and was the first woman to hold that post.
Peter E. Gordon is a professor of history at Harvard University, where he teaches courses in modern European intellectual history. He is the author of Rosenzweig and Heidegger: Between Judaism and German Philosophy (2003) and Continental Divide: Heidegger, Cassirer, Davos (forthcoming) and the co-editor of The Cambridge Companion to Modern Jewish Philosophy (2007).
Yehuda Elkana is the president and rector of the Central European University in Budapest, a former director of the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, and the former vice president of the Academic Advisory Board of the Collegium Budapest. He is a cofounder and editor of the Journal Science in Context and the author of many books and articles.
Daniel Ellsberg, author of Secrets: A Memoir of Vietnam and the Pentagon Papers (2002), released the Pentagon Papers to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and 19 newspapers, leading to the convictions of several White House aides and figured in the impeachment proceedings against President Richard Nixon.
Jon Elster, the Robert K. Merton Professor of Social Sciences at Columbia University, is the author of Political Psychology (1993) and Local Justice (1992), among others. His research interests include theories of rational choice and distributive justice.
Astrid Erll is professor of Anglophone literatures at Goethe University Frankfurt. Her research focusses on memory studies, literary history, narratology, and media studies. She is the author of Memory in Culture (2011).
Erdem Evren studied sociology, social anthropology, and political science in Istanbul, London, and Berlin. He has researched and written on antimilitarist and environmental activism in Turkey and is currently writing a book on resource extraction projects in northeastern Turkey.
Ron Eyerman is an emeritus professor of sociology, Yale University, and currently researcher at the Department of Sociology, University of Lund, Sweden. Relevant publications include The Cultural Trauma of Decolonization (2020), Memory, Trauma, and Identity (2019), Cultural Trauma: Slavery and the Formation of African American Identity (2001).
Yaron Ezrahi is a professor of political science at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a senior fellow at the Israel Democracy Institute. He recently published "Haldane Between Daedalus and Icarus" in Haldane's Daedalus Revisited (K.R. Dronamraju, ed.) (1995).