Instructors  Fall 2017

Curtis Bell

Research Assistant and Justice in Education Fellow, Columbia University

Curtis Bell is a Research Assistant at Columbia University and a Senior Case Manager at the Redemption Center in New York City, which is a not-for-profit, faith-based, social service agency. The center specializes in...

Adam Blazej

PhD Candidate in the Department of Philosophy, Columbia University

Adam Blazej is writing a dissertation on Immanuel Kant's theory of hope. He also helps to coordinate a philosophy outreach program, called Rethink.

Cal Brisbin

Research Assistant at the Social Relations Lab and Center for Justice, Columbia University

Cal Brisbin is a graduate of Oberlin College and a current research assistant and teaching assistant at the Social Relations Lab and the Center for Justice at Columbia University. His research interests include...

Nicole Callahan

Lecturer, Contemporary Civilization, Columbia University

Nicole Callahan (CC ‘05, GSAS '17) received her Ph.D. in English Education from Columbia in 2017. Her research focuses on composition pedagogies and the history of the...

Jordan Camp

Term Assistant Professor, Barnard College

Term Assistant Professor, American Studies, Barnard College

Jeanne Chouchana

Campus TA, Columbia University

Jeanne is a member of the CC class of 2018 studying psychology. She is French but grew up in sunny Morocco. Co-leader of the Recycling Committee, she joined Eco Reps to...

Anne Diebel

Former Core Lecturer and Advising Dean

After earning a Ph.D. in English from Columbia in 2013, Anne Diebel taught Literature Humanities as the Robert L. Belknap Faculty Fellow and served as an Advising Dean....

Valerie Fendt

Oral History Master of Arts Candidate, Columbia University

While working in the technically and physically demanding professions of bicycle messenger, theatrical stagehand, and bookbinder/conservation technician, Valerie Fendt...

Chris Florio

Lecturer in History, Columbia University

Christopher Florio received his PhD in History from Princeton University in 2016. His research interests include nineteenth-century United States history, intellectual...

Anne Freeland

Lecturer in the Department of Latin American and Iberian Cultures, Columbia University

Anne Freeland holds a Ph.D. in Latin American and Iberian Cultures from Columbia University(2017), an M.A. in Humanities and Social Thought from New York University...