Essay Dialogue Contributors

Mobilizing Ideas is indebted to these distinguished scholars and activists for their contributions to our monthly essay dialogues:

Jon Agnone, Northwest Social Research Group
Edwin Amenta, University of California, Irvine
Kenneth (Andy) Andrews, University at North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Victor Asal, University at Albany
Matthew Baggetta, Indiana University
Scott Barclay, Drexel University
Mary Bernstein, University of Connecticut
Frida Berrigan, Witness Against Torture
Amy Binder, UC San Diego
Lorenzo Bosi, European University Institute
Robert Brym, University of Toronto
Neal Caren, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Elizabeth Cook, Occupy Activist, New Orleans
Catherine Corrigall-Brown, University of Western Ontario
David Cortright, University of Notre Dame
Michael Crawford, Freedom to Marry
Nick Crossley, University of Manchester
David Cunningham, Brandeis University
Christian Davenport, University of Michigan
Nancy Davis, DePauw University
Donatella Della Porta, European University Institute
Marc Dixon, Dartmouth College
Peter Dreier, Occidental College
Kim Dugan, Eastern Connecticut State University
Jennifer Earl, University of Arizona
Kim Ebert, North Carolina State University
Daniel Escher, University of Notre Dame
Tina Fetner, McMaster University
Dick Flacks, UC Santa Barbara
Jo Freeman, feminist Scholar, speaker, and activist
Bill Gamson, Boston College
Karen Gargamelli, Common Law, Inc.
Benjamin Giguere, McGill University
Marco Giugni, University of Geneva
Gabriela Gonzalez-Vaillant, Stony Brook University
Jeff Goodwin, New York University

Dannie Grufferty, National Union of Students
Joss Hands, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge
Kevan Harris, Princeton University
Michael Heaney, University of Michigan
Lyndi Hewitt, UNC Asheville
Criag Jenkins, Ohio State University
Arang Keshavarzian, New York University
David Hess, Vanderbilt Univesity
Kathy Kelly, Voices for Creative Nonviolence
Kelsy Kretschmer, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
Gary LaFrree, University of Maryland
Richard Lalonde, York University
Betsy Leondar-Wright, Boston College
Lisa Leitz, Hendrix College
Yvonne Liu, Applied Research Center
Richard Lloyd, Vanderbilt University

Joseph Luders, Yeshiva University
Kevin Matthews, Petition Online
Holly McCammon, Vanderbilt University
Paul-Brian McInerney, University of Illinois at Chicago
Jen McKernan, AFT Michigan
David S. Meyer, University of California, Irvine
Erin Miller, University of Maryland
Will Moore, Florida State University
Ziad Munson, Lehigh University
Brian Obach, SUNY at New Paltz
Anthony Oberschall, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Pamela Oliver, University of Wisconson
Chris Parker, University of Washington
David Pettinicchio, University of Washington
Francesca Polletta, University of California, Irvine
Brian Powell, Indiana University
Lorella Praeli, immigrant rights activist
Deana Rohlinger, Florida State University
Fabio Rojas, Indiana University
Eduardo Romanos, Universidad Pública de Navarra
Nathan Schneider, journalist and commentator
Michael Schwartz, Stony Brook University
Doron Shultziner, independent scholar
Eduardo Silva, Tulane University
Theda Skocpol, Harvard University
John Skrentny, UC San Diego
Miriam Smith, York University
Amy Stone, Trinity University
Eric Stoner, Waging Nonviolence
Steven Tepper, Vanderbilt University
Nella Van Dyke, UC Merced
Jenni White, Tea Party activist
Robert White, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis
Kate Wood, UC San Diego
Andrew Yeo, Catholic University of America
Joseph Young, American University


One response to “Essay Dialogue Contributors

  1. If you want more participation by activists, you need a more transparent way for them to apply to be able to post material on the Daily Disruption blog.


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