2015 Public Voices Fellows

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2015 Fellows

Elizabeth Cascio
Associate Professor of Economics

William Cheng
Associate Professor of Music

Ayo Coly
Associate Professor of Comparative Literature and of African and African American Studies

Marc Dixon
Associate Professor of Sociology

Nathaniel Dominy
The Charles Hansen Professor of Anthropology; Adjunct Professor of Biological Sciences; Professor of the Ecology, Evolution, Ecosystems, and Society Program

Cecilia Gaposchkin
Professor of History and Assistant Dean of Faculty for Pre-Major Advising

Kendall Hoyt
Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Geisel School of Medicine and Lecturer at the Thayer School of Engineering

Carolyn Murray
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Community and Family Medicine, and of The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice at the Geisel School of Medicine

Chandrasekhar Ramanathan
Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy and Adjunct Associate Professor of Chemistry

Jeffrey Ruoff
Associate Professor of Film and Media Studies

Analola Santana
Assistant Professor of Spanish and Portuguese

Craig Sutton
Associate Professor of Mathematics and House Professor for School House

Margaret Williamson
Associate Professor of Classics and Comparative Literature, Emeritus

Articles by 2015 Fellows

Elizabeth Cascio
Here's How to Sniff Out Bad Science
San Jose Mercury News, 6/26/15

William Cheng
Gaslight of the Gods: Why I Still Play Michael Jackson and R. Kelly for My Students
The Chronicle of Higher Education, 9/15/19

Renovating the Ivory Tower
Junction Magazine, 9/2/16

The Long, Sexist History of 'Shrill' Women
TIME, 3/23/16

I'm a Musician Who Can't Play Music Anymore
The Washington Post, 1/20/16

Don't Be a Donald (A New Year's Resolution)
The Huffington Post, 12/30/15

This Is Still the 'Voice': New Season, Same Blind Spot?
Pacific Standard, 9/25/15

Rogue Nation's Impossible Missing Kiss
Hippo Reads, 9/10/15

Dodging Torture (Again)
The Huffington Post, 8/20/15

Mariah Carey in Vegas: Going for the High
RYOT, 7/29/15

Ethnomusicology's Queer Silences
Oxford University Press Blog, 7/28/15

Gamergate's Cold War
The Huffington Post, 6/26/15

My Students Never Use the First Person Voice. I Wish They Would.
Slate, 6/11/15

Meritocracy's Darker Notes
The Huffington Post, 5/22/15

Ayo Coly
#BernieSoBlack in the Context of ''Confederate Flag Down, Rainbow Flag Up''
Truth Out, 7/20/15

Healing Is Not Grieving: We Must Not "Move Forward" in the Wake of Massacre
Truth Out, 7/3/15

When Charlie Is Not French
The American Prospect, 5/4/15

Marc Dixon
Right-to-Work's Big Moment
The Hill, 6/15/15

Nathaniel Dominy
Toward a Sensory Ecology of Luminescent Noses
PLOS Ecology Blog, 12/22/17

Cecilia Gaposchkin
The Continuing Importance of the Liberal Arts: An Interview with Dr. Cecilia Gaposchkin
Apholt.com, 2/17/16

Here Are Some More Reasons Why Liberal Arts Matter
The Conversation, 11/5/15

Why Medical Education Needs the Liberal Arts
Pacific Standard, 9/28/15

Why the Tech World Highly Values a Liberal Arts Degree
The Washington Post, 8/30/15

Just What Are the Liberal Arts Anyway?
The Huffington Post, 7/20/15

If Students Are Smart, They'll Major in What They Love
The Chronicle of Higher Education, 5/21/15

Kendall Hoyt
A COVID-19 Vaccine Should Be a Public Good. Here's How to Make That Happen.
Barron's, 6/24/20

Everyone Wins from Vaccine Cooperation
Project Syndicate, 5/14/20

What Biosecurity and Cybersecurity Research Have in Common
Wired, 8/27/15

How World War II Spurred Vaccine Innovation
The Conversation, 5/8/15

Ebola Is Bad. But the Flu Is Worse
Politico, 10/7/14

Carolyn Murray
Column: Test Upper Valley Well Water for Arsenic
Valley News, 5/21/15

Chandrasekhar Ramanathan
The Culture of Science Begins in the Classroom
San Francisco Chronicle, 9/6/15

Jeffrey Ruoff
The Dangerous Truth About White Men and Mass Shootings
Slant, 12/18/15

An American Citizen Apologizes to the Iraqi People
The Huffington Post, 10/31/15

Do Liberal Arts Students Learn How to Collaborate?
The Conversation, 10/29/15

No Place Like Homeland
The Huffington Post, 10/1/15

When Film Is a Festival
The Huffington Post, 9/8/15

With Jeb and Torture, It's Déjà Vu All Over Again
The Huffington Post, 8/29/15

Homophobia Just Ain't What It Used to Be
The Conversation, 5/28/15

Is Investigative Journalism a Joke?
Pacific Standard, 4/23/15

Craig Sutton
Why Are Low-Income High Achievers So Underrepresented at Elite Schools?
The Washington Post, 12/18/15

Margaret Williamson
Confessions of a White Professor
Pacific Standard, 2/5/16

Georgetown's New Building Names Won't Erase Slavery Ties
TIME, 11/19/15

Time to Rethink Jailing the Poor
San Francisco Chronicle, 6/13/15