Lawrence A. Cunningham
Lawrence A. Cunningham (born July 10, 1962) is an American scholar, an author of corporate governance and investing books, and the Henry St. George Tucker III Research Professor of Law at George Washi...
James L. Gelvin
James L. Gelvin (born February 12, 1951) is an American scholar of Middle Eastern history. He has been a faculty member in the department of history at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)...
Jay K. Katzen
Jay Kenneth Katzen (born August 23, 1936) is a retired diplomat, business consultant, state legislator, and government agency administrator, and the current President of the Victims of Communism Memor...
Jeanne Guillemin
Jeanne Harley Guillemin (born 1943) is a medical anthropologist and author, who for 25 years was a Professor of Sociology at Boston College and for the last ten years, a senior fellow in the Security ...
John T. Koch
Professor John T. Koch is an American academic, historian and linguist who specializes in Celtic studies, especially prehistory and the early Middle Ages.He is a graduate of Harvard University, where ...
Hiller B. Zobel
Hiller B. Zobel (born 1932) is an Associate Justice (retired) of the Superior Court of Massachusetts and author or coauthor of several books on various legal topics, including the Boston Massacre and ...
David Neiman
David Neiman (1921–2004) was a Rabbi, archaeologist, and renowned scholar in the fields of Biblical Studies, Jewish History, and the long and often complicated relationship between the Catholic ...
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Francis A. Sullivan
Francis A. Sullivan, S.J. (born May 21, 1922) is an American Catholic theologian and a Jesuit priest. He is best known for his research in the area of ecclesiology and the magisterium.
Francis "Fr...
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Elizabeth Graver
Elizabeth Graver (born 1964) is a contemporary American writer of fiction and non-fiction.
Graver was born in Los Angeles on July 2, 1964, California, and grew up in Williamstown, Massachusetts. S...
Paul Lewis (professor)
Paul Lewis is Professor of English in Boston College, Massachusetts, USA, specializing in humor, American literature and Gothic fiction. He has an A.B. from the City College of New York, a M.A.: Unive...
Ernest Fortin
Ernest L. Fortin, A.A. (December 17, 1923 - October 22, 2002) was a professor of theology at Boston College. While engaged in graduate studies in France, he met Allan Bloom, who introduced him to the...
Robert S. Ross
Robert S. Ross is a professor of political science at Boston College, associate of the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard University, senior advisor of the security studies program at the ...
Anne Bernays
Anne Bernays (born 14 September 1930 in New York) is an American novelist, editor, and teacher.
Bernays attended the Brearley School on New York's Upper East side, graduating in 1948. A graduate o...
William C. McInnes
William C. McInnes, S.J. (January 20, 1923 – December 8, 2009) was an American Jesuit and academic. McInnes served as the 5th President of Fairfield University located in Fairfield, Connecticut from ...
Peter Gray (psychologist)
Peter Gray is an American psychologist who currently occupies the position of research professor of psychology at Boston College. He is the author of a widely used introductory psychology textbook, P...
Benjamin Bolger
Benjamin Bradley Bolger (born 1975) is a perpetual student who claims to be the second most credentialed person in modern history after Michael W. Nicholson, who has 29 degrees. Like Nicholson, Bolger...
Todd Zywicki
Todd J. Zywicki is George Mason University Foundation Professor of Law at George Mason University School of Law, teaching in the areas of bankruptcy and contracts. He has also works for the Global Eco...
John Sallis
John Sallis (born 1938) is an American philosopher well known for his work, in the tradition of phenomenology. Since 2005, he has been the Frederick J. Adelmann Professor of Philosophy at Boston Colle...
Juliet Schor
Juliet Schor (born 1955) is Professor of sociology at Boston College. She had studied trends in working time, consumerism, the relationship between work and family, women's issues and Economic inequal...
Richard Kearney
Richard Kearney (/ˈkɑrni/; born 1954, Cork, Ireland) is the Charles Seelig professor of philosophy at Boston College and has taught at many universities including University College Dublin, the Sorbon...