2016 Public Voices Fellows

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2016 Fellows

Lisa Adams
Associate Dean of Global Health; Director of the Center for Health Equity; Associate Professor of Medicine, Community and Family Medicine, and Epidemiology at the Geisel School of Medicine

Petra Bonfert-Taylor
Professor of Engineering at the Thayer School of Engineering

Paul Christesen
Chair of the Department of Classics and the William R. Kennan Professor of Ancient Greek History

Darlene Drummond
Assistant Professor of Rhetoric at the Institute for Writing and Rhetoric and Adjunct Assistant Professor at The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice at the Geisel School of Medicine

Alysia Garrison
Assistant Professor of English

Jane Hill
Associate Professor of Engineering at the Thayer School of Engineering

Irene Kacandes
The Dartmouth Professor of German Studies and Comparative Literature

Ellen Meara
Professor of The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice at the Geisel School of Medicine, and Adjunct Professor of Economics

Abigail Neely
Assistant Professor of Geography

Laura Ogden
Associate Professor of Anthropology

Nina Pavcnik
Niehaus Family Professor in International Studies and Chair of Economics

Israel Reyes
Associate Professor of Spanish and Portuguese

Christina Seely
Assistant Professor of Studio Art

Devin Singh
Assistant Professor of Religion

Zenovia Toloudi
Assistant Professor of Studio Art

Stephanie White
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the Geisel School of Medicine

Articles by 2016 Fellows

Lisa Adams
Why Get a Liberal Education? It Is the Life and Breath of Medicine
The Conversation, 8/15/16

How NOT to Save the World: Why U.S. Students Who Go to Poor Countries to 'Do Good' Often Do the Opposite
The Washington Post, 3/22/16

Petra Bonfert-Taylor
Lessons From the Sharing Economy
Inside Higher Ed, 10/31/16

How Game of Thrones May Be Hazardous to Your Health
The Huffington Post, 5/12/16

Stop Telling Kids You're Bad at Math. You Are Spreading Math Anxiety 'Like a Virus.'
The Washington Post, 4/25/16

Paul Christesen
Making the Case for a New Olympics Model
The Conversation, 7/11/16

Darlene Drummond
Diabetes at the Holidays: Tough Lessons We Learned
Next Avenue, 12/22/16

Why Are We So Slow to Fight Zika? The Fault Is in Our Words
The Hill, 9/8/16

The Stress of Systemic Poverty Is Killing Us
Pacific Standard, 4/20/16

Alysia Garrison
What Guy Fawkes Night Can Teach Us About the Abuse of Power
Fortune, 11/6/17

Those Naked Donald Trump Statues? They Have a Secret History
The National Book Review, 11/4/16

What 'Frankenstein' Can Tell Us About Climate Change
Cognoscenti, 5/4/16

The Impersonal Politics of the Guy Fawkes Mask
The Conversation, 12/23/15

Jane Hill
Tuberculosis Kills Thousands of People Every Day–We Aren't Doing Enough to Stop It
The Conversation, 3/30/16

Irene Kacandes
Diabetes at the Holidays: Tough Lessons We Learned
Next Avenue, 12/22/16

Home Teams: Time for a Time Out
The Huffington Post, 8/9/16

A Wake Up Call For Western Europe: 30 Children Allegedly Raped in a Turkish Refugee Camp
Cognoscenti, 5/17/16

Why I Decided to Make Friends with Death
Next Avenue, 4/1/16

Beyond Fear
Utopia Europa, 3/14/16

On Learning How to Die
NPR, 11/8/15

Let Opioid Users Inject in Hospitals
The New York Times, 1/6/17

Wait for It
Reflective MedEd, 9/13/16

Opioid Contracts, Meant to Curb Addiction, Can Harm Patients
STAT News, 7/26/16

Thinking About Dying, Even When the Doctor Has No Time for It
WBUR, 7/21/16

Swipe Right to Connect Young People to H.I.V. Testing
The New York Times, 4/27/16

Ellen Meara
The Lack of a College Degree Is a Public-Health Crisis. Here's What Higher Ed Can Do About It.
The Chronicle of Higher Education, 2/14/18

Half of Americans Now Know an Opioid Addict: Column
USA Today, 8/7/16

Yes, I Got Tenure—and a Lot of Grief Along the Way
WBUR, 3/28/16

Abigail Neely
Care in the Time of COVID-19
Antipode Online, 3/10/20

Bernie Sanders Has Proven He's Viable
The Wisconsin State Journal, 4/1/16

Laura Ogden
Trump's Toxic Threat: Obliviousness to Climate Change, Even in His Backyard
Cognoscenti, 8/22/16

Casting It as Big Sugar vs. Big Nature Isn't Helping to Restore the Everglades
Tampa Bay Times, 4/6/16

Nina Pavcnik
Stumped About What to Make of Obama's TPP Trade Deal? You're Not Alone
The Conversation, 9/12/16

Israel Reyes
Hamilton's History Lessons: Bad for Puerto Rico
Medium, 10/14/16

Hispanic Students Often Benefit Culturally from Enrolling in Spanish-Language Courses in College
Las Vegas Sun, 4/29/16

Opinion: What 'Rape Mexico' Really Means
Fox News Latino, 4/20/16

Christina Seely
Lost in Space: Re-Claiming Awe in the Age of Social Media
Pacific Standard, 7/15/16

Devin Singh
COVID-19 Is Exposing Market Fundamentalism's Many Moral and Practical Flaws
The Washington Post, 4/10/20

Christian Theology's Economy of Conquest
Stanford University Press blog, 4/18/18

Who Absolves the Priests? The Panama Papers, Transparency, and Confession
The Huffington Post, 5/6/16

The Panama Papers and the Ritual of Confession
Patheos, 5/2/16

The Trinity and Social Capital, or, Some Benefits of Teaching Theology in a Liberal Arts Curriculum
The Huffington Post, 4/27/16

This Is What Ancient Greeks Would Have Called Donald Trump
TIME, 3/18/16

Zenovia Toloudi
Are We in the Midst of a Public Space Crisis?
The Conversation, 7/7/16

Stephanie White
As an Early Intervention, Pediatricians Must Talk to Their Patients About Racism
STAT News, 9/15/17

Staff Matters
Inside Higher Ed, 10/18/16

Sunblock? Check. Towels? Check. CPR Trained Adult?
Huffington Post, 6/22/16