Harvard Living Wage Campaign Endorsements


Student Group Endorsements Individual Endorsements
  • State Rep. Jarrett Barrios (D-Cambridge)
  • Derrick Bell, Professor of Law, NYU
  • Julian Bond, Chair of the national Board of Directors, NAACP
  • Donna Brazile, Campaign Manager for Al Gore
  • Senator John Kerry (D-MA)
  • Noam Chomsky, Professor, MIT
  • William Chrisman, Harvard alumnus and sponsor of the Living Wage Campaign
  • Matt Damon '96 and Ben Affleck
  • Francis Duehay, former Mayor of Cambridge
  • Senatory Russell Feingold (D-WI)
  • Anthony Galluccio, Mayor of Cambridge
  • John Hiatt, General Counsel of AFL-CIO
  • Jim Hightower, former Texas Secretary of Agriculture
  • Rev. Jesse Jackson
  • Jesse Jackson, Jr. (D-IL)
  • State Rep. Pat Jehlen (D-Somerville)
  • Pamela Kelly, HES '72, Unitarian Universalists for a Just Economic Community
  • Senator Edward Kennedy '54-'56, (D-MA)
  • Winona LaDuke '81
  • Terry McAuliffe, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee
  • Rep. George Miller (D-CA), Minority Leader of the House Committee on Education and the Workforce
  • Michael Moore, performer and activist (from TV Nation and "Roger and Me")
  • Tom Morello '86, guitarist, Rage Against the Machine
  • Ralph Nader, HLS '58
  • Rage Against the Machine
  • Martin L. Perl, 1995 Nobel Laureate in Physics
  • Robert Reich, former Secretary of Labor, Professor, Brandeis University
  • Damon Silvers, '86, HLS '96, HBS '96, Associate General Counsel, AFL-CIO
  • John Sweeney, President of AFL-CIO
  • Senator Paul Wellstone (D-MN)
  • State Rep. Alice Wolf (D-Cambridge)
  • Howard Zinn, Professor Emeritus, Boston University
  • Members, Carr Center for Human Rights Policy of the KSG


Ministry Endorsements

Read a letter of support signed by the following chaplains:

  • Rev. C. Irv Cummings, President of the United Ministry at Harvard
  • Rev. Jory Agate, First Parish in Cambridge, Unitarian Universalist
  • Rev. Jeffrey Barneson, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
  • Rev. Stewart Barns, Episcopal Chaplain
  • Rev. Thomas Brennan, S.D.B., Catholic Chaplaincy
  • Rev. Scott Campbell, United Methodist Chaplain
  • The Rev. Thomas B. Chittick, Lutheran Campus Pastor
  • Rev. Carolyn Dittes, B.C.M.H.E. (Protestant Chaplain)
  • Thomas M. Ferrick, Humanist Chaplain
  • Rabbi Sally Finestone, Reform Rabbinic Advisor, Harvard Hillel
  • Rev. David Grishaw-Jones, United Church of Christ Chaplain
  • Margit Hammerstrom, Christian Science Chaplain
  • Rabbi Shai Held, Conservative Rabbinic Advisor, Harvard Hillel
  • Rev. Glenn Hoburg
  • Gilbert L. Johnston, Friend in Residence, Friends Meeting at Cambridge
  • Rev. Raymond A. Kahng, Pastor, Harvard Korean Mission Church
  • Rebekah Kim, Asian Baptist Student Koinonia
  • Jacqueline Landry, Catholic Chaplain
  • Pat McLeod, Campus Crusade for Christ
  • Dr. Cyrus R. Mehta, Harvard Zoroastrian Association
  • Msgr. Dennis F. Sheehan, Catholic Chaplain
  • Rev. Lou Soiles, Graduate School Christian Fellowship
  • Dr. Bernard Steinberg, Harvard Hillel
  • Rev. Bob Tafel, Swedenborgian Chaplain/Pastor, Swedenborg Chapel
  • Lama Migmar Tseten, Buddhist Chaplain
  • Swami Tyagananda, Hindu Chaplain
  • Dr. John Woodall, Bahai Chaplaincy


Community Group Endorsements Union Endorsements
  • American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)
  • Communications Workers of America (CWA)
  • Union of Needletrades, Industrial and Textile Employees (UNITE)
  • Service Employees Union International (SEIU)
  • Utility Workers Union of America (UWUA)
  • Hotel Employees and Restaurant Employees Union (HERE)
  • Carpenters Local 40 
  • Carpenters Local 51
  • Harvard University Security, Parking, Museum Guards Union
  • Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers (HUCTW-AFSCME)
  • HERE Local 6 (Harvard Club of New York Employees)
  • HERE Local 26 (Dining Services)
  • Independent Laundry Workers Union, Local 66L
  • Massachusetts AFL-CIO
  • Massachusetts College Democrats
  • Massachusetts Young Democrats
  • SEIU Local 254 (Custodial Workers)
  • Local 103 IBEW (Electrical Workers)
  • Operating Engineers Local 877
  • Plumbers and Gas Fitters Local 12
  • Graphic Communications International Union Local 600M
  • Graduate Employees Organization/UAW 1596, University of Massachusetts at Lowell
  • Unitarian Univeralist Migrant Ministry
  • Women's Immigrant Support Hub, New Bedford and Fall River, MA
  • New York State Union of Teachers

Faculty Endorsements

To add your name to the list, send an email to pslm@hcs.harvard.edu

  • Alyce Adams, Assistant Professor of Ambulatory Care and Prevention, Medical School
  • Ellen B. Aitken, Visiting Assistant Professor of the New Testament (Divinity School)
  • Peter Alegi, Lecturer on History
  • Nathan Alexander, Instructor in History and Literature
  • William P. Alford, Henry L. Stimson Professor of Law
  • Ala Alryyes, Lecturer on History and Literature
  • Nalini Ambady, Assistant Professor of Psychology
  • Norman B. Anderson, Professor of Health and Social Behavior
  • Bridie Andrews, Assistant Professor of the History of Science
  • Kenneth Andrews, Assistant Professor of Sociology
  • Peder Anker, Lecturer in the History of Science
  • Begoa Aretxaga, John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Social Sciences (Anthropology)
  • Ali Asani, Professor of the Practice of Indo-Muslim Languages and Culture
  • William Bachman, Instructor in Medicine, Medical School
  • Mary Jo Bane, Thorton Bradshaw Professor of Public Policy, Kennedy School
  • Elizabeth Barbeau, Assistant Professor of Health and Social Behavior
  • David S. Barnes, John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Social Sciences
  • Henrietta Barnes, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Medical School
  • David W. Baron, Instructor in Medicine, Medical School
  • David Barron, Assistant Professor of Law
  • Melissa Barry, Assistant Professor of Philosophy
  • Elizabeth Bartholet, Morris Wasserstein Professor of Law
  • Phineas Baxandall, Lecturer, Social Studies
  • Sven Beckert, Assistant Professor of History
  • Deborah Belle, Radcliffe Fellow and Professor of Psychology at Boston U.
  • Eva Bellin, Associate Professor of Government
  • Laura Bendetti, John L. Loeb Associate Professor of Humanities
  • Seyla Benhabib, Professor of Government
  • Lisa Berkman, Thomas D. Cabot Professor of Public Policy
  • Elaine Bernard, Executive Director, Harvard Trade Union Program
  • Anya Bernstein, Lecturer in Social Studies
  • Steven Biel, Lecturer on History and Literature
  • Ann Blair, Associate Professor of History
  • Stacy Blake-Beard, Assistant Professor of Education
  • Erika Boeckeler, Comparative Literature
  • Yve-Alain Bois, Joseph Pulitzer, Jr. Professor of Modern Art
  • Daniel Botsman, Assistant Professor of History
  • Francois Bovon, Frothingham Professor of the History of Religion, Divinity School
  • Svetlana BoymProfessor of Slavic Languages and Literatures and of Comparative Literature
  • George Brackett, Lecturer & Director, Technology in Education, Graduate School of Education
  • Joseph Brain, Chair, Department of Environmental Health Cecil K. & Philip Drinker Professor of Environmental Physiology, School of Public Health
  • Robert Michael Brain, Associate Professor of the History of Science
  • Michael S. Brandstein, Gordon McKay Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering, Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences
  • Daniel Branton, Professor of Sociology
  • Neil Brenner, James Conant Bryant Fellow, Center for European Studies and Assistant Professor of Sociology, NYU
  • Xavier de Souza Briggs, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Kennedy School of Government
  • Steven Brion-Meisels, Graduate School of Education
  • L. David Brown, Visiting Professor of Public Management, Boston U; Assoc. Dir. of International Programs, Kennedy School of Government
  • Melanie Brunt, Clinical Instructor in Medicine, Medical School
  • Denise Buell, Radcliffe Fellow and Associate Professor of Religion at Williams College
  • Marie-France Bunting, Senior Preceptor in French
  • Barry C. Burden, Assistant Professor of Government
  • Peter Burgard, Professor of German (Head Tutor)
  • Keith J. Bybee, Associate Professor of Government
  • Alide Cagidemetrio, Visiting Professor of History and Literature, University of Udine
  • Allen D. Callahan, Associate Professor of New Testament and Early Christian Studies, Divinity School
  • L. Jean Camp, Assistant Professor, Kennedy School of Government
  • Alfonso Caramazza, Professor of Psychology
  • Mary Carlson, Associate Professor of Psychiatry
  • Marilyn Carr, Radcliffe Fellow
  • Richard Cash, Lecturer on International Health
  • Stephen C. Caton, Professor of Contemporary Arab Studies
  • Mariko Chang, Assistant Professor of Sociology
  • Samantha Chang, Radcliffe Fellow
  • Joyce Chaplin, Professor of History
  • Jeanne Charn, Lecturer on Law
  • Carol A. Chetkovich, Assistant Professor of Public Policy
  • Elizabeth S. Chilton, Assistant Professor of Anthropology
  • Natalia Chirkov, Teaching Assistant, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
  • David C. Christiani, Professor of Occupational Medicine and Epidemiology, School of Public Health
  • Luis F. CiFuentes, Professor of Romance Languages & Literatures
  • Cait Clarke, Lecturer in Law
  • Sarah Coakley, Edward Mallinckrodt, Jr. Professor of Divinity
  • John Coatsworth, Monroe Gutman Professor of Latin American Affairs and Director of David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies
  • Joaquim Coelho, Nancy Clark Smith Professor of the Language and Literature of Portugal and Professor of Comparative Literature
  • Lizabeth Cohen, Professor of History
  • Jennifer Cole, Assistant Professor of Anthropology
  • Robert Coles, Professor of Psychiatry and Medical Humanities
  • Kathleen Coll, Radcliffe Fellow
  • Tom Conley, Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Tim Cook, Adjunct Professor of Public Policy, Kennedy School of Government
  • Harry A. Cooper, Lecturer on History of Art, Architecture, Associate Curator of Modern Art, Harvard University Art Museums
  • Catherine Corman, Assistant Professor of History
  • Gerard Coste, Instructor in Medicine
  • Harvey G. Cox, Jr., Victor S. Thomas Professor of Divinity, Divinity School
  • Lee D. Cranberg, Clinical Instructor in Neurology, Medical School
  • Pepper Culpepper, Professor, Kennedy School of Government
  • Kimberly McClain DaCosta, Assistant Professor of Afro-American Studies and of Social Studies
  • Alexander Dalgarno, Phillips Professor of Astronomy
  • Lawren Daltroy, Associate Professor of Medicine
  • Leo Damrosch, Ernest Bernbaum Professor of Literature
  • Marie Danziger, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy, Kennedy School of Government
  • Christine Desan, Professor of Law
  • David A. Diamond, Associate Professor of Surgery, Medical School
  • Elvira Difabio, Senior Preceptor in Italian
  • Lisa Dodson, Lecturer on Women's Studies
  • Neal Dolan, Instructor in History and Literature
  • Corey Dolgon, Visiting Professor in Social Studies
  • John Donahue, Raymond Vernon Lecturer in Public Policy
  • Gwendolyn Dordick, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Social Studies
  • Alexia Duc, Instructor in Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Eleanor Duckworth, Professor of Education, HGSE
  • Erika Dreifus, Lecturer on History and Literature
  • Laurent Dubois, Visiting Assistant Professor of Afro-American Studies (Michigan State University)
  • Eleanor Duckworth, Professor of Education
  • John M. Duffy, Dumbarton Oaks Professor of Byzantine Philology & Literature (Director of Graduate Studies, Classics)
  • Susan Dynarski, Assistant Professor, Kennedy School of Government
  • Felton Earls, Professor of Social Medicine
  • Susan Eaton, Professor, Kennedy School of Government
  • Christopher Edley, Professor of Law
  • Sara P. Eigen, Instructor in History and Literature
  • Grzegiorz Ekiert, Professor of Government
  • Catherine Z. Elgin, Professor of the Philosophy of Education (GSE)
  • Joseph Entin, History and Literature
  • Brad Epps, Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Paul Epstein, Instructor in Medicine
  • Claryce Evans, Graduate School of Education
  • Paul Farmer, Assistant Professor of Medical Anthropology, Department of Social Medicine, Harvard Medical School
  • William L. Fash, Bowditch Professor of Mesoamerican Archaeology and Anthropology and Chair of the Anthropology Department
  • Rashi Fein, Professor of Economics of Medicine, Emeritus, Medical School
  • Ronald Ferguson, Lecturer in Public Policy, Kennedy School of Government
  • Franco Fido, Carl A. Pescosolido Professor of Romance Languages and Literature
  • George Field, Robert Wheeler Willson Professor of Applied Astronomy
  • Martha A. Field, Langdell Professor of Law
  • Brett Flehinger, Lecturer on Historyu
  • Michael S. Flier, Oleksandr Potebnja Professor of Ukrainian Philology
  • Karen Flood, Instructor in History and Literature
  • Ann Forsynth, Assoicate Professor of Urban Planning
  • Jonathan Fortescue, Instructor in History and Literature
  • Deborah Foster, Senior Lecturer on Folklore and Mythology
  • Jane Fountain, Associate Professor of Public Policy, Kennedy School of Government
  • David Frank, Assistant Professor of Sociology
  • Melissa Franklin, Professor of Physics
  • Suzanne Freidberg, Radcliffe Fellow
  • Gerald E. Frug, Samuel R. Rosenthal Professor of Law, Law School
  • Archon Fung, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Kennedy School of Government
  • Forrest Gander, Briggs-Copeland Lecturer on Poetry
  • Marshall Ganz, Lecturer in Public Policy, Kennedy School of Government
  • Henry Louis Gates, Jr., W. E. B. Du Bois Professor of the Humanities 
  • Mary M. Gaylord, Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Sophie Gee, History and Literature
  • Megan Gerber, Instructor in Medicine, Medical School
  • Joanna Gilber, Radcliffe Fellow
  • Cheryl A. Giles, Professor of the Practice in Pastoral Care and Counseling
  • Luis M. Giron-Negron, Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature and Romance Languages and Literature
  • Vladimir Y. Gitin, Senior Preceptor in Slavic Languages and Literature
  • Jody Gittell, Assistant Professor of Business
  • Mary Ann Glendon, Learned Hand Professor of Law
  • Nance Goldstein, Radcliffe Fellow
  • Byron Good, Professor of Medical Anthropology in the Department of Social Medicine
  • Mary-Jo Delvecchio Good, Professor of Social Medicine, Medical School
  • Andrew Gordon, Professor of History
  • Peter Gordon, Assistant Professor of History and Social Studies
  • Steven L. Gortmaker, Senior Lecturer on Sociology
  • Erik Gray, Assistant Professor of English
  • Melinda Gray, Lecturer on History and Literature
  • Anna Greenberg, Associate Professor of Public Policy, Kennedy School of Government
  • Virginie Greene, Assistant Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures and of History and Literature
  • Merilee S. Grindle, Edward S. Mason Professor of International Development, Kennedy School of Government
  • John D. Guillory, Professor of English
  • Lani Guinier, Professor of Law
  • Natalie Gummer, Assistant Head Tutor, Religion
  • Alfred Guzzetti, Osgood Hooker Professor of Visual Arts
  • Jo Ann Hackett, Professor of the Practice of Biblical Hebrew and Northwest Semitic Epigraphy (Director of Graduate Studies)
  • David D. Hall, Professor of American Religious History & Bartlett Lecturer on New England Church History (Acting Chair, Divinity School)
  • Peter Dobkin Hall, Lecturer in Public Policy
  • Janet Halley, Professor of Law
  • Charlie Hallisey, Professor of Sanskrit
  • William Handley, Assistant Professor of Literature and of English and American Literature
  • Jon Hanson, Professor of Law
  • Tom P. Harsanyi, Lecturer on Social Studies
  • Marc Hauser, Professor of Psychology
  • Bruce Hay, Professor of Law
  • Richard G. Heck, Jr., Professor of Philosophy
  • Lowry Hemphill, Assistant Professor of Education
  • Albert Henrichs, Eliot Professor of Greek Literature
  • Judith L. Herman, Professor of Medicine
  • Yoshiko Herrera, Assistant Professor of Government
  • Judson Herrman, Lecturer on Classics
  • Michael Herzfeld, Professor of Anthropology
  • S. Jody Heymann, Associate Professor of Health and Social Behavior
  • Philip Heymann, James Barr Ames Professor of Law
  • Howard Hiatt, Professor of Medicine
  • Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham, Professor of History and of Afro-American Studies
  • Patrice Higonnet, Goelet Professor of French History
  • Christopher L. Hill, History and Literature
  • David U. Himmelstein, Associate Professor of Medicine
  • Engseng Ho, Assistant Professor of Anthropology
  • Jennifer Hochschild, Professor of Government
  • Stanley Hoffman, Paul and Catherine Buttenwieser University Professor
  • John Holdren, Teresa and John Heinz Professor of Environmental Policy
  • Kaarina I.M. Hollo, Lecturer on Celtic Languages and Literatures
  • Doug Holt, Assistant Professor of Business
  • Morton Horwitz, Charles Warren Professor of American Legal History
  • John Huehnergard, Professor of Semitic Philology
  • Swanee Hunt, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy
  • Michael Ignatieff, Professor of the Practice of Human Rights
  • Maxine Isaacs, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy
  • Torben Iversen, John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Social Sciences
  • John L. Jackson, Society of Fellows
  • Lawrence Jackson, Visiting Professor to the W.E.B. DuBois Institute (Howard University)
  • Helen Jacoby, Clinical Instructor in Medicine
  • Nora Janeway, Clinical Instructor in Medicine
  • Alice Jardine, Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Jay Jasanoff, Diebold Professor of Indo-European Linguistics and Philology
  • Sheila Jasanoff, Professor of Science and Public Policy
  • Tom Jehn, Head Preceptor in Expository Writing
  • Christopher "Sandy" Jencks, Malcolm Wiener Professor of Social Policy
  • Biodun Jeyifo Visiting Professor of Afro-American Studies (Cornell University)
  • Barbara E. Johnson, Frederic Wertham Professor of Law & Psychiatry in Society, English & Comparative Literature
  • Jeffrey Johnson, Instructor in History and Literature
  • Susan Moore Johnson, Carl H. Pforzheimer, Jr. Professor of Teaching and Learning
  • Iain Johnston, Professor of Government
  • Michael Jones-Correa, Associate Professor of Government
  • Philip Joseph, Lecturer on History and Literature
  • Linda Kaboolian, Lecturer in Public Policy
  • Devesh Kapur, Assistant Professor of Government
  • Gordon D. Kaufman, Mallinckrodt Professor of Divinity (Emeritus)
  • Alan Keenan, Lecturer on Social Studies
  • Colleen Keily, Radcliffe Fellow, Visual Art
  • Barbara Kellerman, Lecturer in Public Policy & Executive Director of the Center for Public Leadership
  • Herbert C. Kelman, Richard Clarke Cabot Professor of Social Ethics
  • Stephanie Kenan, Lecturer on the History of Science
  • Bruce P. Kennedy, Assistant Professor of Health and Social Behavior
  • Duncan Kennedy, Carter Professor of General Jurisprudence, Law School
  • Sanjeev Khagram, Assistant Professor of Public Policy
  • Chris Killip, Professor of Visual & Environmental Studies (Chair)
  • Jim Yong Kim, Instructor in Medicine at Harvard Medical School; Co-Director, Program in Infectious Disease and Social Change. 
  • Arthur Kleinman, Professor of Anthropology
  • James Kloppenberg, Professor of History
  • Christine M. Korsgaard, Arthur Kingsley Porter Professor of Philosophy (Chair)
  • Nancy Krieger, Associate Professor of Health and Social Behavior
  • James Kugel, Harry Starr Professor of Classical and Modern Jewish and Hebrew Literature and Professor of Comparative Literature
  • Sarah Kuhn, Radcliffe Fellow, Economic and Social Development
  • Regina Kunzel, Radcliffe Fellow, History
  • Suzanne Lane, Preceptor in Expository Writing
  • Rev. James M. Lawson, Luce Lecturer on Urban Ministry, Divinity School
  • Lynne Layton, Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychology
  • Matthew Lazen, Lecturer on History and Literature
  • David Lazer, Assistant Professor of Public Policy
  • Taeku Lee, Assistant Professor of Public Policy
  • Robert Levin, Dwight P. Robinson, Jr. Professor of the Humanities (Head Tutor, Music)
  • Richard Levins, John Rock Professor of Population Sciences
  • Steven Levitsky, Assistant Professor of Government and of Social Studies
  • David Lewin, Walter W. Naumburg Professor of Music
  • Suzanne Grant Lewis, Assistant Professor of Education, Director of the Field Experience Program
  • Richard Lewontin, Professor Emeritus, Biology
  • Stanley Lieberson, Abbott Lawrence Lowell Professor of Sociology
  • Ivy Livingston, Assistant Professor of the Classics
  • Camille Lizarribar, Lecturer on History and Literature
  • Victor Llenderozzos, Clinical Instructor in Ambulatory Care and Prevention
  • Bridget Terry Long, Assistant Professor of Education
  • David A. Long, Lecturer on History and Literature
  • Anne Lounsbery, Lecturer on History and Literature
  • Nino Luraghi, Assistant Professor of the Classics
  • Patricia Lynch, Co-Chair, Committee on Instruction, History and Literature
  • Cameron MacDonald, Radcliffe Fellow, Sociology
  • Peter Machinist, Hancock Professor of Hebrew & other Oriental Languages (Head Tutor, Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations)
  • John Mackey, Lecturer on History and Literature
  • Matthew W. Maguire, Lecturer on History and Literature
  • Thomas Malaby, Lecturer on Social Studies
  • Michael Mandler, Associate Professor of Economics and of Social Studies
  • Ziva Mann, Lecturer on History and Literature
  • Jane Mansbridge, Adams Professor of Political Leadership and Democratic Values, Kennedy School of Government 
  • Douglas Mao, Assistant Professor of English and American Literature and Language
  • Stephen A. Marglin, Professor of Economics
  • James L. Matory, Professor of Afro-American Studies & Anthropology
  • Jose Antonio Mazzotti, Assistant Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures
  • David R. McCann, Korea Foundation Professor of Korean Literature
  • Timothy Patrick McCarthy, Instructor in History and Literature
  • Kara McClellan
  • Christie McDonald, Smith Professor of the French Language and Literature (Chair)
  • Ross S. McElwee, Visiting Lecturer, Department of Visual & Environmental Studies
  • Noel F. McGinn, Professor of Education, Emeritus
  • Lisa McGirr, Assistant Professor of History
  • Janet McIntosh, Preceptor in Expository Writing
  • Kelly McLaughlin, Radcliffe Fellow, Molecular Biology
  • Rebecca McLennan, Assistant Professor, History and Social Studies
  • Pratap Bhanu Mehta, Associate Professor of Government and of Social Studies
  • Everett Mendelsohn, Professor of the History of Science
  • Katherine K. Merseth, Senior Lecturer on Education & Director of the Teacher Education Program
  • Ann Messner, Radcliffe Fellow, Visual Arts
  • Frank I. Michelman, Robert Walmsley University Professor of Law
  • Thomas Mikelson, Visiting Lecturer, Department of Ministerial Studies, Divinity School
  • Louis Miller, Associate Professor of History & Social Studies
  • Sue Miller, Radcliffe Fellow, Fiction
  • Katherine Milligan, Preceptor in Expository Writing
  • Donald Milton, Associate Professor of Occupational and Environmental Health
  • Martha Minow, Professor of Law
  • Ira Mintzer, Instructor in Medicine
  • Shiraz Minwalla, Assistant Professor of Physics
  • David Mitten, James Loeb Professor of Classical Art and Archaeology
  • Richard Moran, Professor of Philosophy
  • Andrew Moravcsik, Professor of Government
  • Glyn Morgan, Assistant Professor of Government & of Social Studies
  • Russell Muirhead, Assistant Professor of Government
  • Richard J. Murname, Juliana W. and William Foss Thompson Professor of Education and Society
  • Martha Nadell, Instructor in History and Literature
  • Gregory Nagy, Francis Jones Professor of Classical Greek Literature & Professor of Comparative Literature
  • Ken Nakayama, Edgar Pierce Professor of Psychology
  • Katherine Newman, Malcolm Wiener Professor of Urban Studies 
  • Richard Newman, Fellows Officer, W.E.B. Du Bois Institute
  • Jon Nissenbaum, Lecturer on Linguistics
  • Rebecca R. Noel, Lecturer on History and Literature
  • Pedro Noguera, Judith K. Dimon Professor in Communities and Schools at the Graduate School of Education
  • Hugh O'Doherty, Lecturer in Public Policy
  • Anthony G. Oettinger, Gordon McKay Professor of Applied Mathematics and Professor of Information Resources Policy
  • Charles J. Ogletree, Jesse Climenko Professor of Law
  • Barbara Ogur, Assistant Professor of Medicine
  • Andrew B. Onderdonk, Professor of Pathology at the Medical School
  • John T. O'Keefe, Instructor in History & Literature
  • Gary Orfield, Professor of Education and Social Policy, School of Education
  • Dr. Carola Suarez Orozco, Co-Director, The Harvard Immigration Projects Graduate School of Education
  • Naomi Pabst, Lecturer on Afro-American Studies and on Women’s Studies
  • Allegra Pacheco, Radcliffe Fellow, Peace Studies
  • Irene Paclavic, Radcliffe Fellow, Sociology
  • Judy Palfrey, T. Berry Brazelton Professor of Pediatrics & Co-Master of Adams House
  • Sean Palfrey, Co-Master of Adams House
  • Brian Palmer, Lecturer on the Modern West and Head Tutor in the Study of Religion
  • John Parker, Assistant Professor of English
  • Richard Parker, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy and Senior Fellow, Kennedy School of Government
  • Ted Parson, Associate Professor of Public Policy 
  • William Paul, Mallinckrodt Professor of Applied Physics & Professor of Physics
  • Ann Pelligrini, Assistant Professor of English and American Literature and Language
  • Richard Pels, Assistant Professor of Medicine
  • Leno Pertile, Professor of Romance Languages and Literature & Co-Master of Eliot House
  • Pauline E. Peters, Lecturer on Anthropology and on Public Policy
  • John M. Picker, Assistant Professor of English
  • Meredith Pierce, Kennedy School of Government
  • Paul Pierson, Professor of Government
  • Lois D. Pines, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy
  • Gloria Pinney, Professor of Classical Archaeology and Art
  • Leah Price, Assistant Professor of English
  • Andrew Port, Lecturer on Social Studies
  • Lili Porten, Lecturer on History and Literature
  • James Pryor, Assistant Professor of Philosophy
  • Hilary Putnam, Cogan University Professor of Philosophy, Emeritus
  • Jeanne Follansbee Quinn, Lecturer on History and Literature
  • Dhooleka Raj, Radcliffe Fellow, Social Anthropology
  • Bernard Rands, Walter Bigelow Rosen Professor of Music
  • Cristina Rathbone, Radcliffe Fellow, Nonfiction
  • Lisa Ratmansky, Preceptor in Expository Writing
  • Fernando Reimers, Associate Professor at Graduate School of Education
  • Jeffrey G. Reitz, William Lyon Mackenzie King Visiting Professor of Canadian Studies and Robert F. Harney Professor of Ethnic, Immigration, and Pluralism Studies, Professor of Sociology, University of Toronto
  • Mark Renella, Lecturer on History and Literature 
  • Barbara Reskin, Professor of Sociology
  • Eric Rentschler, Professor of German (Chair)
  • Paul Reville, Lecturer on Education
  • Jean E. Rhodes, Director, Gender Studies Program
  • Thomas Risser, Instructor in Medicine
  • Annie Rogers, Radcliffe Fellow, Psychology
  • Augusta Rohrbach, Radcliffe Fellow, Literature
  • Jonathan Rosenberg, Fellow, Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History
  • Cynthia Rosenberger, House Master, Winthrop
  • Neall M. Rosendorf, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy
  • Diane Rosenfeld, Lecturer on Women's Studies & Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society
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  • Barbara G. Rosenkrantz, Professor of the History of Science, Emeritus
  • Ann Wierda Rowland, Assistant Professor of English and American Literature and Language
  • David J. Roxburgh, Assistant Professor of History of Art and Architecture
  • Henry S. Rubin, Lecturer on Social Studies
  • Sayres Rudy, Lecturer on Social Studies
  • Julie Rueben, Professor of Education
  • Mari Ruti, Lecturer on Women’s Studies
  • Judith Ryan, Harvard College Professor and Robert K. and Dale J. Weary Professor of German and Comparative Literature
  • Alex Sagan, Lecturer on History and Literature, Center for European Studies
  • Laura Saltz, Head Preceptor in Expository Writing
  • Michael Sandel, Professor of Government
  • Francesca Sawaya, Radcliffe Fellow, American Literature
  • Elaine Scarry, Professor of English
  • Mark J. Schiefsky, Assistant Professor of the Classics
  • Lisa Schneier, Graduate School of Education
  • Sally Schwager, Lecturer on Educaton
  • Robert Schwartz, Lecturer on Education
  • Libby Schweber, Assistant Professor of Sociology
  • Theda Skocpol, Victor S. Thomas Professor of Government and Sociology
  • Charles Segal, Professor of Classics
  • Tommmie Shelby, Assistant Professor of Afro-American Studies and of Social Studies
  • Christopher Shera, Assistant Professor of Otology and Laryngology, Harvard Medical School
  • Susanna Siegel, Assistant Professor of Philosophy
  • Cathy Silber, Radcliffe Fellow, Chinese Literature
  • Alison Simmons, John L. Loeb Associate Professor of Philosophy
  • Alan K. Simpson, Lecturer, Kennedy School & Director, Institute of Politics & Former Senator, (R) Wyoming
  • Joseph Singer, Professor, Law School
  • Carmen Sirianni, Visiting Associate Professor of Social Studies (Brandeis University)
  • Leslie Santee Siskin, Associate Professor of Education
  • Cindy Skach, Assistant Professor of Government
  • Theda Skocpol, Victor S. Thomas Professor of Government and of Sociology
  • Anne-Marie Slaughter, J. Sinclair Armstrong Professor of International, Foreign, and Comparative Law
  • Otto T. Solbrig, Bussey Professor of Biology
  • Werner Sollors, Henry B. and Anne M. Cabot Professor of English Literature and Professor of Afro-American Studies
  • Doris Sommer, Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures
  • Glorian Sorenson, Professor of Health and Behavior
  • John Stauffer, Instructor in English & American Literature & Language, & in History & Literature
  • Mary Margaret Steedly, Professor of Anthropology
  • Carol Steiker, Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Law School
  • Richard C. Sterne, Visiting Scholar in Education
  • Nancy Stieber, Radcliffe Fellow, Architectural History
  • Alan A. Stone, Touroff-Glueck Professor of Law & Psychiatry
  • Gisela Striker, Professor of Classical Philosophy
  • Andrew Strominger, Professor of Physics
  • Jonathan Strongin, Clinical Instructor in Medicine
  • Guy Stuart, Lecturer on Public Policy
  • Lisa Stulberg, Lecturer on Social Studies
  • Carola Suarez-Orozco, Lecturer & Senior Research Associate, Human Development & Psychology
  • Susan Suleiman, C. Douglas Professor of the Civilization of France and Professor of Comparative Literature
  • Patricia Sullivan, Fellow, W.E.B. DuBois Institute for Afro-American Research Studies (University of Virginia)
  • Khalid Syed, Instructor in Medicine
  • Stanley Tambiah, Esther and Sidney Rabb Professor of Anthropology
  • Richard Tarrant, Harvard College Professor Pope Professor of the Latin Language and Literature
  • Stephanie Tawil, Lecturer on History and Literature
  • Stephan Thernstrom, Winthrop Professor of History
  • Richard Thomas, Professor of Greek and Latin
  • Charis Thompson, Assistant Professor of the History of Science
  • Shirley E. Thompson, Instructor in History and Literature
  • William Mills Todd III, Curt Hugo Reisinger Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures & Professor of Comparative Literature
  • Lawrence H. Tribe, Ralph S. Tyler, Jr. Professor of Constitutional Law
  • Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, James Duncan Phillips Professor of History & Director of the Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History
  • Roberto Mangabeira Unger, Professor, Law School
  • Bert Vaux, Associate Professor of Linguistics
  • Jim Wallis, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy, KSG; Editor in Chief, Sojourners Magazine
  • Andrea S. Walsh, Preceptor, Expository Writing
  • Kay B. Warren, Professor of Anthropology
  • Mary Waters, Professor of Sociology (Head Tutor)
  • Calvert Watkins, Victor S. Thomas Professor of Linguistics and the Classics
  • James L. Watson, John King & Wilma Fairbank Professor of Chinese Society (Head Tutor, Anthro.)
  • Ruby Watson, Senior Lecturer on Anthropology & Director of the Peabody Museum
  • Henry Wechsler, Lecturer on Social Psychology
  • Eric Weinberger, Preceptor in Expository Writing
  • Carol Hirschon Weiss, Beatrice B. Whiting Professor of Education
  • Rick Weissbourd, Lecturer on Education
  • Michael Werz, John F. Kennedy Memorial Fellow, Center for European Studies
  • Cornel West, Harvard University Professor and Professor of Afro-American Studies and Professor of the Philosophy of Religion
  • Rachel Wheeler, Instructor in Ambulatory Care and Prevention
  • Lucie White, Lewis A. Horvitz Professor of Law
  • Dean Williams, Lecturer in Public Policy
  • Kim Williams, Assistant Professor of Public Policy
  • George Williamson, James Conant Bryant Fellow at the Center for European Studies
  • William Julius Wilson, Lewis P. and Linda L. Geyser University Professor and Malcolm Weiner Professor of Social Policy
  • Christopher Winship, Professor of Sociology
  • Kenneth Winston, Lecturer in Ethics
  • Robert Winters, Preceptor in Mathematics
  • Abby Wolf, Lecturer in History and Literature
  • John Womack Jr., Robert Woods Bliss Professor of Latin American History & Economics
  • Michael Woolcock, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy
  • Raphael Woolf, Assistant Professor of Philosophy
  • Steffie Woolhandler, Associate Professor of Medicine
  • Hilary Worthen, Instructor in Medicine
  • Ricardo Wray, Instructor in Health and Social Behavior
  • Dorothy Zinberg, Lecturer on Public Policy
  • William Zinn, Assistant Professor of Medicine
Faculty Endorsements from Other Universities

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  • David Badagnani, Adjunct Professor of Music, Kent State University
  • Brigitte Bailey, Associate Professor of English and American Studies, UNH
  • Mary Battenfeld, Associate Professor of Humanities, Wheelock College
  • Renee Bergland, Assistant Professor of English, Simmons College
  • Rajiv Bhatia, Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of California San Francisco
  • Lawrence Blum, Professor of Philosophy, University of Massachusetts-Boston
  • Frank Borgers, Professor, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  • Debra K. Borkovitz, Associate Professor of Mathematics, Wheelock College
  • Mark Brenner, Assistant Research Professor, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  • Sylvain Bromberger, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, MIT
  • Cathy Burack, Associate Director, New England Resource Center for Higher Education, UMass Boston
  • Vick Chibber, Professor of Sociology, NYU
  • Noam Chomsky, Professor of Linguistics, MIT
  • Patrick Coy, Assistant Professor of Applied Conflict Management, Kent State University
  • Victor Devinatz, Professor of Labor Relations, Illinois State University
  • Sarah Deutsch, Professor of History, University of Arizona
  • Gordon Fellman, Professor of Sociology, Brandeis University
  • Michael Ferber, Professor of English, UNH
  • Nancy Folbre, Professor of Economics, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  • Anastasia Galanopoulos, Assistant Professor of Human Development, Wheelock College
  • Alan Gilbert '65, '74, John Evans Professor, University of Denver
  • William Gleed, Adjunct Professor of Writing, New Hampshire University
  • Lawrence Glickman, Associate Professor of History, University of South Carolina
  • David Gullette, Professor of English, Simmons College
  • Hugh Gusterson, Associate Professor of Anthropology and Science Studies
  • Kenneth Hale, Professor of Linguistics and Philosophy, MIT
  • Sally Haslanger, Associate Professor of Philosophy, MIT
  • Ellen Herman, Professor of History, University of Oregon
  • Maya Honda, Assistant Professor of Human Development, Wheelock College
  • Reeve Huston, Associate Professor of History, University of Arizona
  • Lawrence Kritzman, Proffessor of French, Dartmouth College
  • Dan La Botz, Visiting Professor of US History, University of Cincinnati
  • Paul LeBlanc, Professor of History, LaRoche College
  • Paul Lauter, Professor of Literature, Trinity College
  • Stephanie Luce, Professor, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
  • Joan Lukas, Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Massachusetts-Boston
  • Lisa MacFarlane, Assistant Professor of English and American Studies, UNH
  • Carolyn Magid, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Bentley College
  • Noelle McAfee, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Vann McGee, Professor of Lingustics and Philosophy, MIT
  • Eric Myrvaagnes, Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science, Suffolk University
  • Robin S. Oggins, Associate Professor of History, Binghamton University
  • Wayne O'Neil, Professor of Linguistics, MIT
  • Peggy Pascoe, Professor of History, University of Oregon
  • Federica G. Pedriali, Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Edinburgh
  • Martin Perl, 1995 Nobel Laureate in Physics
  • Joseph Persky '66, '71, Professor of Economic, Univeristy of Illinois-Chicago
  • Robert Pollin, Professor of Economics, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  • Janice Radway, Professor, Duke University
  • Dean Robinson, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
  • David Roediger, Professor of History, University of Illinois-Chicago
  • Vicki L. Ruiz, Professor, Arizona State University
  • Juliet Schor, Professor of Sociology, Boston College
  • William F. Schreiber, GSAS '53, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Emeritus, MIT
  • Stuart Selby, Professor Emeritus, University of Windsor, Ontario
  • Gay W. Seidman '78, Member of Harvard's Board of Overseers 1986-1992, Association professor of Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Siobhan Senier, Assistant Professor of English, UNH
  • Scott Cutler Shershow, Associate Professor of English, Miami University
  • John Shibley, Associate Professor in Communication Studies, West Virginia University
  • Adam Sweeting, Assistant Professor of Humanities, Boston University
  • Cecilia Tichi, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of English, Vanderbilt University
  • Jo Trigilio, Assistant Professor, Bentley College
  • Frederick Turner, Lecturer in Communication, Sloan School of Management, MIT
  • Mary Helen Washington, Professor of English, University of Maryland-College Park
  • Alan Weisbard, Vice-President of the Harvard Club of Wisconsin and Associate Professor of Law, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Susan Weissman, Associate Professor of Politics, St. Mary's College of California
  • Ken Wexler, Professor of Psychology and Linguistics, MIT
  • Robert Wolff, GSAS '57, Professor of African-American Studies, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  • Nancy Lee Wood, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Bristol Community College
  • Rafia Zafar, Associate Professor of English, Washington University in St. Louis