Jason ArndtJason Arndt is a professor of psychology and an affiliate of the Neuroscience Program. His lab studies memory processes and regularly publishes papers in the journals Memory, Memory & Cognition, and the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, among others.

Molly AndersonMolly Anderson, the William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of Food Studies at Middlebury College, organizes the Food Studies Program. She teaches about hunger, agroecology, fixing food systems, food sovereignty, and other topics, and is involved in food system planning and policy at many different scales.
Erik Bleich

Erik Bleich is professor of political science at Middlebury College. He specializes in the politics of race and ethnicity, and has written on topics such as hate speech, hate crimes, Islamophobia, and media portrayals of minorities. His publications include books such as Race Politics in Britain and France (2003) and The Freedom to Be Racist? (2011), and contributions to the Atlantic, the Financial Times, the Huffington Post, Al Jazeera English, and Vermont Public Radio.

Ray Coish

Ray Coish is the Robert R. Churchill Professor Emeritus of Geosciences. He recently retired after 37 years of teaching in the Geology Department at Middlebury. He taught courses on the geology of Vermont, mineralogy, volcanoes, earthquakes, planetary geology, and petrology. Ray’s research deals mainly with understanding the origin of ancient volcanoes and tectonics of the Appalachians. He has visited active volcanoes in Italy, New Zealand, and Hawaii. However, Vermont and Newfoundland (his birthplace) are his favorite places to “rock out.”

Sujata MortiSujata Moorti, professor of gender, sexuality, and feminist studies, is the author of several books. Her most recent manuscript, All-American Crime Drama, centers on the hit show Law and Order: Special Victims Unit. She is currently completing a manuscript that analyzes the transnational activisms enabled by digital media, and she has written extensively on the South Asian diaspora and critical race theories.

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