LETTERS

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Dec. 3, 2016

Faculty to Zimmer: Do More to Protect Undocumented Students

The following letter was sent to Provost Diermeier and President Zimmer on December 1 with 386 faculty signees. It is also viewable here, where it can be signed by all members of the University of Chicago community.

“From time to time instances will arise in which the society, or segments of it, threaten the very mission of the university and its values of free inquiry. In such a crisis, it becomes the obligation of the university as an institution to oppose such measures and actively to defend its interests and its values.” 

—Report on the University’s Role in Social and Political Action, the Kalven Committee, November 11, 1967

 

Dear Provost Diermeier and President Zimmer,

We, the undersigned faculty, write you to offer concrete proposals toward fulfilling your and the University’s stated commitment to our undocumented students. We are alarmed by President-elect Donald Trump’s declared intention to implement policies that threaten the civil rights and well-being of members of our community. We believe that the University has a clear responsibility in these urgent circumstances. As one of the country’s premier research universities with a large and diverse student body, and with a history of offering support and refuge to members of persecuted minority groups, we hope that the University of Chicago can take a leading role in opposing the measures promised by President-elect Donald Trump and actively defend this institution’s core interests and values.  

While we applaud the measures you have committed to in your e-mail of November 18, and while we were heartened to hear that President Zimmer has joined more than 350 other university presidents in protest of potential changes to DACA, we call upon the University to be proactive in opposing President-elect Trump’s proposed immigration policies and countering their potential effects on this campus community. We believe it is necessary to take concrete steps in order to live up to the administration’s recent efforts to assess and improve the campus climate with respect to issues of difference, diversity, and discrimination. 

As you know, President-elect Trump has said he will cancel DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, which President Obama issued as an executive order in 2012. DACA gives provisional relief from deportation to undocumented persons who arrived as children in the US after 1981, affording them work authorization, and allowing them to apply for Social Security numbers, bank accounts, and driver’s licenses. If President Trump cancels DACA, he will strip members of our community of these protections. They will lose fellowships and stipends, their jobs and their right to work, and they and their families will be at risk of deportation. 

The psychological and social toll of these xenophobic policy proposals is already being felt campus-wide. The impending changes to immigration policy, together with the political and institutional legitimation of bigotry following the election of Donald Trump, has fostered a climate of uncertainty, fear, and distress in our community. Indeed, at a November 14 press conference with Mayor Rahm Emanuel, the President of Chicago’s Lurie Children’s Hospital described Trump’s immigration policies as provoking “a public health crisis,” and cited a 200 percent increase in calls to mental health hotlines in the state of Illinois.

Affected students at this institution have alerted us to the immediate financial, legal, and emotional pressures they face. These conversations inform the following points, which we request the University address before the presidential inauguration on January 20, 2017: 

Financial Support

  • As you note in your November 18 letter, “the University uses private funds to meet the full demonstrated financial needs of undocumented students in the College.” We call on the administration to affirm its commitment to continuing this policy if DACA is cancelled, and to recalculate students’ financial need if they lose work authorization.
  • Students have brought to our attention that this policy of providing private funds does not currently uniformly cover students in graduate and professional programs. We were glad to see your commitment to “raising more private funds for financial aid to assist international and undocumented students in the College and throughout the University.” However, we request that you go a step further and guarantee the full cost of attendance (including health coverage) for affected students at all levels of study and across the divisions and units of the University.  
  •  In the event of DACA cancellation, we ask that the University provide loan forgiveness for students whose immigration status—and therefore work authorization—has been altered. 

Legal Services 

  • We request that the University ensure that undocumented and international students and staff, including staff employed through subcontractors (security, custodial, food services), have access to immigration counsel. These legal services should be provided at no cost to students or staff through partnerships with law firms or nonprofit legal services providers. The legal services should include comprehensive screening, counseling and representation, and should be provided off-campus in order to ensure confidentiality. We ask that these resources also be available to the family members of students and staff. 
  • The University must refuse all requests for cooperation on immigration enforcement actions undertaken by ICE and CBP. The University must reject all information-sharing requests from ICE and CBP, and refuse their representatives access to University property for the purpose of immigration enforcement actions to the fullest extent permitted by the law. The University should state publicly its intention to decline all requests for voluntary cooperation by ICE and CBP.
  • The University must unequivocally prohibit UCPD from querying or documenting any individual’s immigration status, enforcing or attempting to enforce immigration laws, or engaging in joint enforcement actions with ICE/CBP. The University should communicate this policy to students, staff, and the community.
  • The administration is uniquely able to communicate with the entire campus community: therefore it is incumbent upon it to disseminate information to all students, staff, and faculty about basic rights and constitutional protections afforded all persons, regardless of immigration status (e.g. training sessions, “know-your-rights” cards, online resources). 

Campus Climate and Mental Health

  • Campus mental health services are overburdened, and overlong wait times for counseling are only likely to increase given the potential mental health consequences of the current political environment. We request an increase in the number of counselors to support undocumented students and students protected by DACA, as well as other students in need of services. We also request that the hours of operation of the counseling center be expanded to better accommodate schedules.

  • We request that the administration provide training for staff members, in order to promote better understanding of current student concerns and anxiety, and to provide culturally sensitive therapy, including for individuals who hold more than one marginalized identity (LGBTQ+, Muslim, and undocumented etc.). Specifically, staff members should:

*have an understanding of and competently address concerns related to racial profiling and hate crimes, including information about where to report such activity;

*be knowledgeable about basic immigration law and policy changes, and be skilled at providing appropriate referrals when information is lacking;

*be knowledgeable about the material consequences that individuals are fearful of, including detention and deportation, lost employment and earnings, and economic insecurity;

*be prepared to treat the mental health consequences that may affect students who are uncertain of their and their loved ones’ status and future in the current climate.

At the present moment, silence, indifference, and inaction with respect to federal immigration policy represent a pronounced political position that contradicts the University of Chicago’s previously articulated principles as an institution. In his August 26 op-ed in the Wall Street Journal, for instance, President Zimmer wrote that “the purpose of a university education is to provide the critical pathway by which students can fulfill their potential, change the trajectory of their families, and build healthier and more inclusive societies.” The fulfillment of this purpose is currently under severe threat, and we reiterate the need for the administration to act swiftly, concretely and deliberately in response to the points outlined in this letter. We request that this process be conducted transparently and in consultation with the University community.

 

Sincerely, 

  1. Denis Hirschfeldt, Professor, Mathematics 
  2. Na’ama Rokem, Associate Professor, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations
  3. Susan R. Gzesh, Senior Lecturer and Executive Director, Pozen Family Center for Human Rights
  4. Sonali Thakkar, Assistant Professor, English
  5. Zach Samalin, Assistant Professor, English
  6. Adom Getachew, Neubauer Assistant Professor, Political Science
  7. Julia Henly, Associate Professor, School of Social Service Administration
  8. Demetra Kasimis, Assistant Professor, Political Science
  9. Alida Bouris, Associate Professor, School of Social Service Administration
  10. Edgar Garcia, Neubauer Assistant Professor, English
  11. Julie Orlemanski, Assistant Professor, English
  12. Jessica H. Darrow, Lecturer, School of Social Service Administration
  13. Kenneth W. Warren, Fairfax M. Cone Distinguished Service Professor, English 
  14. Bruce Lincoln, Caroline E. Haskell Distinguished Service Professor, History of Religions
  15. Loren Kruger, Professor, English, Comparative Literature, and African Studies
  16. Mark Philip Bradley, Bernadotte E. Schmitt Professor, History
  17. Amy Dru Stanley, Associate Professor, History and the Law School
  18. Josef Stern, William H. Colvin Professor, Philosophy (Emeritus)
  19. Aaron Turkewitz, Professor, Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology
  20. Elaine Hadley, Professor, English
  21. Paola Iovene, Associate Professor, East Asian Languages and Civilizations
  22. Adrian Johns, Maclear Professor, History
  23. Douglas Bishop, Professor, Radiation and Cellular Oncology
  24. C M Naim, Professor Emeritus, South Asian Languages and Civilizations
  25. Stephan Palmie, Professor, Anthropology
  26. Jennifer Cole, Professor, Comparative Human Development
  27. Martha Feldman, Mabel Greene Myers Professor, Music
  28. Trevor Price, Professor, Ecology and Evolution
  29. Michael C. Dawson, John D. MacArthur Distinguished Service Professor, Political Science
  30. David E. Orlinsky, Professor, Comparative Human Development (Emeritus)
  31. Salikoko S. Mufwene, Frank J. McLoraine Distinguished Service Professor, Linguistics and the College
  32. Jennifer Pitts, Associate Professor, Political Science
  33. Yali Amit, Professor, Statistics
  34. Emilio Kourí, Professor, History
  35. William Mazzarella, Professor, Anthropology
  36. John P. McCormick, Professor, Political Science
  37. Petra Goedegebuure, Associate Professor, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations
  38. Gary Herrigel, Paul Klapper Professor, Political Science and the College
  39. Patchen Markell, Associate Professor, Political Science
  40. Adrienne Brown, Assistant Professor, English
  41. Michael Geyer, Professor Emeritus, History
  42. Michael Rossi, Assistant Professor, History
  43. Constantine V. Nakassis, Assistant Professor, Anthropology
  44. W. Clark Gilpin, Burton Professor, Divinity School (Emeritus)
  45. Miguel Martinez, Assistant Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  46. Mario Santana, Associate Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  47. Travis A. Jackson, Associate Professor, Music
  48. Mauricio Tenorio, Samuel N. Harpers Professor, History
  49. Leora Auslander, Joann and Arthur Rasmussen Professor, the College and History
  50. Cornell H. Fleischer, Kanuni Suleyman Professor, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, History, and the College
  51. Chad Broughton, Senior Lecturer, Public Policy Studies
  52. Summerson Carr, Associate Professor, School of Social Service Administration
  53. Robert L. Kendrick, Professor, Music
  54. Hussein Ali Agrama, Associate Professor, Anthropology
  55. Elena Bashir, Senior Lecturer, South Asian Languages and Civilizations
  56. William Tait, Professor Emeritus, Philosophy
  57. Jonathan Levy, Professor, History
  58. Daniel Morgan, Associate Professor, Cinema and Media Studies
  59. Kenneth Pomeranz, Professor, History and East Asian Languages and Civilizations
  60. Chiara Cordelli, Assistant Professor, Political Science
  61. Nicole P. Marwell, Associate Professor, School of Social Service Administration
  62. François Richard, Associate Professor, Anthropology
  63. Johanna Ransmeier, Assistant Professor, History
  64. Matthew M. Briones, Associate Professor, History
  65. Stanley McCracken, Lecturer, School of Social Service Administration
  66. Marshall Sahlins, Charles F. Gray Distinguished Service Professor, Anthropology (Emeritus)
  67. Kristen Schilt, Associate Professor, Sociology
  68. Hakan Karateke, Professor, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations
  69. Alireza Doostdar, Assistant Professor, Divinity School and the College
  70. Jessica Stockholder, Professor, Visual Arts
  71. Larissa Brewer-García, Assistant Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  72. Marci Ybarra, Assistant Professor, School of Social Service Administration
  73. William Pope.L, Associate Professor, Visual Arts
  74. William Sewell, Frank P. Hixon Distinguished Service Professor, Political Science and History (Emeritus)
  75. Lauren Berlant, Professor, English
  76. William Sites, Associate Professor, School of Social Service Administration
  77. Patrick Jagoda, Associate Professor, English and Cinema and Media Studies
  78. Eric Santner, Philip and Ida Romberg Distinguished Service Professor, Germanic Studies
  79. Susan Gal, Metzl Distinguished Service Professor, Anthropology and Linguistics
  80. Brodwyn Fischer, Professor, History
  81. Clifton Ragsdale, Professor, Neurobiology
  82. Matam P. Murthy, Professor, Mathematics (Emeritus)
  83. Dain Borges, Associate Professor, History
  84. Joseph Masco, Professor, Anthropology
  85. Daniel Brudney, Professor, Philosophy
  86. Willemien Otten, Professor, Divinity School and the College
  87. Rachel Galvin, Assistant Professor, English
  88. Richard Neer, William B. Ogden Distinguished Service Professor, Art History, Cinema and Media Studies and the College
  89. Moishe Postone, Professor, History and the College
  90. Kathleen Morrison, Neukom Family Professor, Anthropology
  91. Christopher Taylor, Assistant Professor, English
  92. Jonathan M. Hall, Phyllis F. Horton Distinguished Service Professor, the Humanities, History, and Classics
  93. Leah Feldman, Assistant Professor, Comparative Literature
  94. Whitney Cox, Associate Professor, South Asian Languages and Civilizations
  95. Faith Hillis, Assistant Professor, History
  96. Rebecca West, William R. Kenan, Jr. Distinguished Service Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures and Cinema and Media Studies (Emerita)
  97. Jason Grunebaum, Senior Lecturer, South Asian Languages and Civilizations
  98. Maud Ellmann, Randy L. and Melvin R. Berlin Professor of the Development of the Novel in English, English
  99. Janet H. Johnson, Hull Distinguished Service Professor, Oriental Institute, Near Eastern Language and Civilizations, and Classics
  100. Nancy D. Munn, Professor, Anthropology (Emerita)
  101. Michael Bourdaghs, Professor, East Asian Languages and Civilizations
  102. Bozena Shallcross, Professor, Slavic Languages and Literatures
  103. Alison James, Associate Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  104. Cathy Cohen, David and Mary Winton Green Professor, Political Science
  105. Ralph A. Austen, Professor, History (Emeritus)
  106. Boris Rodin Maslov, Associate Professor, Comparative Literature
  107. Ana Lima, Senior Lecturer, Romance Languages and Literatures
  108. Linda Zerilli, Charles E. Merriam Professor, Political Science and Center for Gender and Sexuality Studies
  109. John Wilkinson, Professor, English
  110. Anna Di Rienzo, Professor, Human Genetics
  111. Catherine Sullivan, Associate Professor, Visual Arts
  112. Darcy Lear, Lecturer, Romance Languages and Literatures
  113. Benjamin Glick, Professor, Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology
  114. Laura Letinsky, Professor, Visual Arts
  115. Sarah Nooter, Associate Professor, Classics
  116. Itamar Francez, Assistant Professor, Linguistics
  117. Amaia Gabantxo, Lecturer, Creative Writing
  118. Curtis McMillen, Professor, School of Social Service Administration
  119. W. J. T. Mitchell, Gaylord Donnelley Distinguished Service Professor, English
  120. James Chandler, Barbara and Richard Franke Professor, English and Cinema and Media Studies
  121. Jan Goldstein, Norman and Edna Freehling Professor, History
  122. Joshua Scodel, Helen A. Regenstein Professor, English and Comparative Literature
  123. Tahera Qutbuddin, Associate Professor, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations
  124. Xin He, Assistant Professor, Human Genetics
  125. Mark Abney, Research Associate (Associate Professor), Human Genetics
  126. Shannon Lee Dawdy, Associate Professor, Anthropology
  127. Lisa Wedeen, Mary R. Morton Professor, Political Science and the College
  128. Marcelo Nobrega, Professor, Human Genetics
  129. Srikanth Reddy, Associate Professor, English
  130. Jacob Eyferth, East Asian Languages and Civilizations and History
  131. Elizabeth Grove, Professor, Neurobiology
  132. Laura Gandolfi, Assistant Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  133. Vincent J. Lynch, Assistant Professor, Human Genetics and Organismal Biology and Anatomy
  134. George Wu, John P. and Lillian A. Gould Professor of Behavioral Science, Booth School of Business
  135. Heather Keenleyside, Assistant Professor, English
  136. Howard Stein, Professor, Philosophy and Committee on Conceptual and Historical Studies of Science (Emeritus)
  137. Jessica Baker, Assistant Professor, Music
  138. Daniel Johnson, Professor, Pediatrics
  139. Michael Dietler, Professor, Anthropology
  140. William Schweiker, Edward L. Ryerson Distinguished Service Professor, Divinity School
  141. Nadine Moeller, Associate Professor, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations
  142. Melvin Rothenberg, Professor, Mathematics (Emeritus)
  143. Janet Sedlar, Senior Lecturer and Spanish Language Coordinator, Romance Languages and Literatures
  144. Timothy Campbell, Associate Professor, English
  145. Darryl Li, Assistant Professor, Anthropology
  146. Robert Chaskin, Professor, School of Social Service Administration
  147. Boaz Keysar, Professor, Psychology
  148. Jennifer Mosley, Associate Professor, School of Social Service Administration
  149. Daniela del Gaudio, Associate Professor, Human Genetics
  150. Ulrike Stark, Professor, South Asian Languages and Civilizations
  151. Jason Merchant, Lorna P. Straus Professor, Linguistics
  152. Joseph Thornton, Professor, Human Genetics and Ecology and Evolution
  153. Ada Holly Shissler, Associate Professor, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations
  154. William Borden, Senior Lecturer, School of Social Service Administration
  155. Angela S. García, Assistant Professor, School of Social Service Administration
  156. Steven Collins, Chester D. Tripp Professor, the Humanities and South Asian Languages and Civilizations
  157. Anna Seastrand, Collegiate Assistant Professor, Humanities and the College
  158. Pablo Maurette, Collegiate Assistant Professor, Harper-Schmidt Fellow in the Humanities
  159. Anastasia Giannakidou, Professor, Linguistics
  160. David Simon, Assistant Professor, English
  161. Kareem Rabie, Harper-Schmidt Fellow and Collegiate Assistant Professor, the College
  162. Joshua Craze, Collegiate Assistant Professor, Social Sciences, Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts
  163. Kathleen Belew, Assistant Professor, History
  164. Joel Snyder, Professor, Department of Art History
  165. David Egan, Harper-Schmidt Fellow and Collegiate Assistant Professor, Humanities
  166. Forrest Stuart, Assistant Professor, Sociology
  167. Alan L. Kolata, Bernard E. and Ellen C. Sunny Distinguished Service Professor, Anthropology
  168. Aaron Benanav, Collegiate Assistant Professor, Social Sciences
  169. Tatsiana Zhurauliova, Harper-Schmidt Fellow, Society of Fellows
  170. Norma Field, Ingersoll Distinguished Service Professor, East Asian Languages and Civilizations (Emerita)
  171. Ramón Gutiérrez, Preston and Sterling Morton Distinguished Service Professor, History
  172. Allyson Nadia Field, Associate Professor, Cinema and Media Studies
  173. John Muse, Assistant Professor, English
  174. John E. Woods, Professor, History and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations
  175. E. Annamalai, Visiting Professor, South Asian Languages and Civilizations
  176. Soma Das, Professor, Human Genetics
  177. Tyler Williams, Assistant Professor, South Asian Languages and Civilizations
  178. Rochona Majumdar, Associate Professor, South Asian Languages and Civilizations and Cinema and Media Studie
  179. Angie Heo, Assistant Professor, Divinity School
  180. Gerald N. Rosenberg, Associate Professor, Political Science; Lecturer, Law School
  181. Deborah Nelson, Associate Professor, English
  182. Mareike Winchell, Assistant Professor, Anthropology
  183. Nadine Chan, Harper-Schmidt Fellow, Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts
  184. Armando Maggi, Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  185. Françoise Meltzer, Edward Carson Waller Distinguished Service Professor in the Humanities; Professor, the Divinity School and the College; Chair, Comparative Literature
  186. Godfrey Getz, Donald N. Pritzker Distinguished Service Professor, Pathology (Emeritus)
  187. Mark Miller, Associate Professor, English
  188. Mark Courtney, Professor, School of Social Service Administration
  189. Tara Zahra, Professor, History
  190. James Lastra, Associate Professor, Cinema and Media Studies
  191. Dan Arnold, Associate Professor, Divinity School
  192. Eve L. Ewing, Provost’s Postdoctoral Scholar, School of Social Service Administration
  193. Thomas C. Holt, James Westfall Distinguished Professor, History
  194. Beth-Anne Jacob, Lecturer, School of Social Service Administration
  195. Fred M. Donner, Professor, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations and the Oriental Institute
  196. Lawrence Rothfield, Associate Professor, English and Comparative Literature
  197. Martha Ward, Associate Professor, Art History
  198. Elizabeth Helsinger, John Matthews Manly Distinguished Service Professor (Emerita)
  199. Timothy Harrison, Assistant Professor, English
  200. Michael LaBarbera, Professor, Organismal Biology and Anatomy (Emeritus)
  201. Paul Mendes-Flohr, Professor, Divinity School
  202. Judith Farquhar, Professor, Anthropology (Emerita)
  203. Charles Payne, Professor, School of Social Service Administration
  204. Lucia B. Rothman-Denes, A. J. Carlson Professor, Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology
  205. William C. Wimsatt, Peter B. Ritzma Professor, Philosophy (Emeritus)                                
  206. Richard Strier, Sulzberger Distinguished Service Professor, English (Emeritus)                    
  207. Yanilda González, Assistant Professor, School of Social Service Administration                    
  208. Anton Ford, Associate Professor, Philosophy                                                           
  209. Madhav Nori, Professor, Mathematics                                                         
  210. Jeanne C. Marsh, George Herbert Jones Distinguished Service Professor                               
  211. Mindy A. Schwartz, Professor, Medicine                                        
  212. Samuel Refetoff, Professor, Medicine                      
  213. Kristine A. Culp, Associate Professor, Divinity School                     
  214. Barbara S. Kirschner, Professor, Pediatrics (Emerita)
  215. Katherine Taylor, Associate Professor, Art History
  216. Philip A. Verhoef, Assistant Professor, Medicine and Pediatrics        
  217. James Fernandez, Professor, Anthropology (Emeritus)                      
  218. Daisy Delogu, Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures                                  
  219. Deborah Gorman-Smith, Emily Klein Gidwitz Professor, School of Social Service Administration
  220. Karlos Arregi, Associate Professor, Linguistics                    
  221. Waldo E. Johnson, Jr., Associate Professor, School of Social Service Administration
  222. Amy Dahlstrom, Associate Professor, Linguistics
  223. Micere Keels, Associate Professor, Comparative Human Development          
  224. Hilary Strang, Lecturer, English and Master of Arts Program in the Humanities
  225. David T. Rubin, Joseph B. Kirsner Professor, Medicine
  226. Maria Anna Mariani, Assistant Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  227. Michael Silverstein, Charles F. Grey Distinguished Service Professor, Anthropology, Linguistics, and Psychology
  228. Florian Klinger, Associate Professor, Germanic Studies                    
  229. Alan Yu, Professor, Linguistics
  230. Manuela Carneiro da Cunha, Professor, Anthropology (Emerita)
  231. Justin Steinberg, Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  232. John Hart, Professor, Pathology
  233. Dipesh Chakrabarty, Lawrence A. Kimpton Distinguished Service Professor, History and South Asian Languages and Civilizations             
  234. Scott J. Hunter, Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience and Pediatrics
  235. Kyeong-Hee Choi, Associate Professor, East Asian Languages and Civilizations
  236. Marco Garrido, Assistant Professor, Sociology
  237. Ghenwa Hayek, Assistant Professor, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations         
  238. Jason Bridges, Associate Professor, Philosophy
  239. Ben Laurence, Lecturer, Philosophy and Human Rights                    
  240. Sonya Dinizulu, Assistant Professor, Psychiatry                   
  241. John Novembre, Associate Professor, Human Genetics                     
  242. Shipra Parikh, Lecturer, School of Social Service Administration
  243. Mark Berger, Collegiate Assistant Professor, Humanities
  244. David Wray, Associate Professor, Classics
  245. Julie Saville, Associate Professor, History
  246. Olga Solovieva, Assistant Professor, Comparative Literature            
  247. Chrysanthi Koutsiviti, Lecturer, Linguistics             
  248. Haun Saussy, Professor, Comparative Literature
  249. Anne Rogers, Associate Professor, Computer Science
  250. Michael Albertus, Assistant Professor, Political Science
  251. Colleen M. Grogan, Professor, School of Social Service Administration
  252. Monika Nalepa, Associate Professor, Political Science                     
  253. Kimberly Hoang, Assistant Professor, Sociology                   
  254. Dan Slater, Associate Professor, Political Science
  255. James L. Wilson, Assistant Professor, Political Science
  256. Borja Sotomayor, Senior Lecturer, Computer Science
  257. Victoria Saramago, Assistant Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  258. Daniel Raeburn, Lecturer, Creative Writing
  259. Kinga Kosmala, Lecturer, Slavic Languages and Literatures
  260. Rachel Cohen, Professor of Practice, Creative Writing
  261. Elisabeth Clemens, William Rainey Harper Professor, Sociology
  262. Lucy Pick, Senior Lecturer, Divinity School and Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality
  263. Aden Kumler, Associate Professor, Art History
  264. Jennifer Wild, Associate Professor, Cinema and Media Studies and Romance Languages and Literatures
  265. Eugene Raikhel, Assistant Professor, Comparative Human Development
  266. Michael Kremer, Professor, Philosophy
  267. Emma Saunders-Hastings, Harper Fellow and Collegiate Assistant Professor, Social Sciences
  268. Judy Hoffman, Professor of Practice, Cinema and Media Studies
  269. Mickle Maher, Lecturer, Creative Writing
  270. Benjamin Lessing, Assistant Professor, Political Science
  271. Austin Carson, Assistant Professor, Political Science
  272. Jennifer Wild, Associate Professor, Cinema and Media Studies and Romance Languages and Literatures
  273. Robert Bird, Associate Professor, Slavic Languages and Literatures and Cinema and Media Studies
  274. Michelle Falkoff, Visiting Lecturer, Creative Writing
  275. Rachel DeWoskin, Lecturer, Creative Writing
  276. John Reppy, Professor, Computer Science               
  277. Anna S. Mueller, Assistant Professor, Comparative Human Development                  
  278. Ariana Nash, Lecturer, Creative Writing                  
  279. Sarah Hammerschlag, Associate Professor, Divinity School              
  280. Theo van den Hout, Professor, Oriental Institute and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations
  281. Orit Bashkin, Professor, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations                            
  282. Veronica Vegna, Senior Lecturer, Romance Languages and Literatures                                 
  283. Marie Berg, Lecturer, Romance Languages and Literatures              
  284. Céline Bordeaux, Lecturer, Romance Languages and Literatures                   
  285. Alba Girons, Lecturer, Romance Languages and Literatures              
  286. Claude Grangier, Senior Lecturer, Romance Languages and Literatures         
  287. Irena Čajková, Lecturer, Romance Languages and Literatures
  288. Jennifer Scappettone, Associate Professor, English, Creative Writing, and Romance Languages and Literatures
  289. Lidwina M. van den Hout-Huijben, Lecturer, Romance Languages and Literatures
  290. Izas Indacoechea, Lecturer, Romance Languages and Literatures
  291. Augustus Rose, Visiting Lecturer, Creative Writing
  292. Matthew Landauer, Assistant Professor, Political Science     
  293. Rebecca Petrush, Lecturer, Romance Languages and Literatures 
  294. Agnes Lugo-Ortiz, Associate Professor, Romance Languages and Literatures
  295. Christopher Kennedy, William H. Colvin Professor, Linguistics 
  296. Ahmed El Shamsy, Assistant Professor, Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations   
  297. Emily Lynn Osborn, Associate Professor, History                                        
  298. Gina Fedock, School of Social Service Administration                                             
  299. Brian Booker, Lecturer, Creative Writing     
  300. Michael Weaver, Collegiate Assistant Professor, Social Sciences Division                             
  301. Sylvie Goutas, Lecturer, Romance Languages and Literatures         
  302. John Schneider, Associate Professor, Medicine and Public Health Sciences
  303. Callum F. Ross, Professor, Organismal Biology and Anatomy
  304. Andres Gelrud, Associate Professor, Medicine                                
  305. Jeannette S. Messer, Instructor, Medicine                             
  306. Ira Hanan, Professor, Medicine                                                                   
  307. Andreas Glaeser, Professor, Sociology         
  308. Craig Futterman, Clinical Professor, Law School 
  309. Claudia Flores, Assistant Clinical Professor, Law School                              
  310. Laura Weinrib, Assistant Professor, Law School      
  311. Gautham Reddy, Associate Professor, Medicine
  312. Karen Kim, Professor, Medicine
  313. Mark J. Heyrman Clinical Professor, Law School     
  314. Aziz Huq, Frank and Bernice J. Greenberg Professor, Law School
  315. Andrew Aronsohn, Associate Professor, Medicine
  316. Emily Buss, Mark and Barbara Fried Professor, Law School
  317. Maria Woltjen, Executive Director, Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights and the Law School
  318. Judith Miller, Assistant Clinical Professor, Law School                    
  319. Adam Green, Associate Professor, History and the College
  320. John Lucy, William Benton Professor, Comparative Human Development                             
  321. Xiaorong Jajah Wu, Clinical Instructor, Law School             
  322. Genevieve Lakier, Assistant Professor, Law School
  323. Robert Weinstock, Clinical Fellow and Lecturer, Law School
  324. Randall Schmidt, Clinical Professor, Law School
  325. Russell H. Tuttle, Professor, Anthropology, Evolutionary Biology, History of Biology and Medicine, and the College
  326. Nicolas Brunel, Professor, Statistics and Neurobiology
  327. Risi Kondor, Assistant Professor, Computer Science and Statistics
  328. Brian Leiter, Karl N. Llewellyn Professor of Jurisprudence, Law School
  329. Jonathan L. Rosner, Professor, Physics (Emeritus)
  330. Hsiao-Wen Chen, Associate Professor, Astronomy and Astrophysics
  331. Jonathan Masur, John P. Wilson Professor, Law School
  332. James Ketelaar, Professor, History, East Asian Languages and Civilizations and the Divinity School
  333. Cecile Fromont, Assistant Professor, Art History                  
  334. Paul Staniland, Assistant Professor, Political Science                        
  335. LaToya Baldwin Clark, Dickerson Fellow, Law School                    
  336. Paolo Privitera, Professor, Astronomy and Astrophysics and Physics
  337. Don Q. Lamb, Robert A. Millikan Distinguished Service Professor, Astronomy and Astrophysics (Emeritus)
  338. Brandon Pierce, Assistant Professor, Public Health Sciences
  339. Melvyn Shochet, Kersten Distinguished Service Professor, Physics                          
  340. Monica E. Peek, Associate Professor, Medicine                    
  341. Margaret Gardel, Professor, Physics                                    
  342. Kwang-Je Kim, Professor, Physics and Enrico Fermi Institute                                  
  343. Young-Kee Kim, Professor, Physics                        
  344. Leslie Rogers, Assistant Professor, Astronomy and Astrophysics                                          
  345. Sidney R. Nagel, Stein-Freiler Distinguished Service Professor, Physics
  346. Edward Blucher, Professor, Physics
  347. Patrick Palmer, Professor, Astronomy and Astrophysics (Emeritus)              
  348. Kathryn Levin, Professor of Physics                       
  349. Stephanie E. Palmer, Assistant Professor, Organismal Biology and Anatomy and Physics 
  350. Daniel Holz, Associate Professor, Physics and Astronomy and Astrophysics
  351. Yibi Huang, Lecturer, Statistics
  352. Juan I. Collar, Professor, Physics
  353. Donald G. York, Horace B. Horton Professor, Astronomy and Astrophysics (Emeritus)
  354. Martha C. Nussbaum, Ernst Freund Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics, Law School, and Philosophy
  355. Rina Barber, Assistant Professor, Statistics                                                                           
  356. S. C. Wright, Professor, Physics and the Enrico Fermi Institute (Emeritus)                 
  357. Mary Silber, Professor, Statistics                                                                             
  358. Robert Rosner, Wrather Distinguished Service Professor, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Physics, and Harris School of Public Policy                                                
  359. Emil J. Martinec, Professor, Physics                                                                                    
  360. Erik Shirokoff, Assistant Professor, Astronomy and Astrophysics                             
  361. Abigail G. Vieregg, Assistant Professor, Physics                              
  362. Lisa Ruddick, Associate Professor, English                                                                          
  363. Melody A. Swartz, Professor, Institute for Molecular Engineering                             
  364. Paul Wiegmann, Robert W. Reneker Distinguished Service Professor, Physics, James Franck Institute, Enrico Fermi Institute                                                               
  365. Frances Ferguson, Professor, English           
  366. Eugene Parker, Professor, Physics, Astronomy and Astrophysics (Emeritus)
  367. Dorothy Shapiro, Bigelow Fellow and Lecturer, Law School                                                
  368. Fausto Cattaneo, Professor, Astronomy and Astrophysics                             
  369. David W. Miller, Neubauer Assistant Professor, Physics
  370. Dan Nicolae, Professor, Medicine and Statistics                                                       
  371. William Irvine, Associate Professor, Physics, James Franck Institute, and the College          
  372. Andrei Pop, Associate Professor, Committee on Social Thought                                
  373. Matthew Jesse Jackson, Associate Professor, Visual Arts and Art History      
  374. Carlos E. Wagner, Professor, Physics                                              
  375. Megan Sullivan, Assistant Professor, Art History                                         
  376. Kristen Jacobson, Associate Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences
  377. Claudia Brittenham, Associate Professor, Art History                                               
  378. Paul Cheney, Associate Professor, History and the College               
  379. Wei-Cheng Lin, Associate Professor, Art History                                         
  380. Wu Hung, Harrie A. Vanderstappen Distinguished Service Professor, Art
  381. History, East Asian Languages and Civilizations, and the College                         
  382. Niall Atkinson, Assistant Professor, Art History                               
  383. Persis Berlekamp, Associate Professor, Art History                          
  384. Jaś Elsner, Visiting Professor, Divinity School and Art History         
  385. Paul Copp, Associate Professor, East Asian Languages and Civilizations 
  386. Damiano Caprioli, Assistant Professor, Astronomy and Astrophysics
  387. Matthew Stephens, Professor, Statistics and Human Genetics
  388. Jeff Leslie, Clinical Professor, Law School
  389. Arieh Konigl, Professor, Astronomy & Astrophysics
  390. Deborah Hagman Shannon, Adjunct Faculty, School of Social Services Administration
  391. Darby English, Professor, Art History    
  392. Jeffrey Harvey, Professor, Physics and the Enrico Fermi Institute
  393. Susan L. Burns, Associate Professor, History
  394. Garin Cycholl, Lecturer, Creative Writing  

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