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  • Alex Ulam

    Alex Ulam is a journalist who focuses on architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning issues and housing. His work has appeared in publications such as The New York TimesDiscover, Macleans, The National Post of Canada, and Archaeology.

  • Roy Ulrich

    Roy Ulrich is a lecturer at the Goldman School of Public Policy at U.C. Berkeley and a policy analyst at Demos.

  • Eric Umansky

    Eric Umansky is a columnist for Slate

  • Jonathan Unger

    Jonathan Unger is director of the Contemporary China Centre at Australian National University. The most recent of his 14 books is Chen Village: Revolution to Globalization, co-authored with Anita Chan and Richard Madsen. Unger is lead author of a chapter in Wal-Mart in China on the conditions of employees at Chinese Wal-Marts.

  • Susan Urahn

    Susan Urahn is a managing director at The Pew Charitable Trusts.

  • Ian Urbina

    Ian Urbina is a Washington, D.C.-based free-lance journalist. He is working on a doctoral dissertation in history at the University of Chicago.

  • Jerry Useem

    Jerry Useem is a senior writer for Fortune.

  • Katherine V.W. Stone

    Katherine V.W. Stone is the Arjay and Frances Miller professor of law, UCLA School of Law, and author of From Widgets to Digits: Employment Regulation for the Changing Workplace.

  • Urvashi Vaid

    Urvashi Vaid is the director of the Engaging Tradition Project at Columbia Law School’s Center for Gender and Sexuality Law. This article is adapted from her forthcoming book, Irresistible Revolution: Confronting Race, Class and the Limits of LGBT Politics, which will be published in July by Magnus Books.

  • Rick Valelly

    Rick Valelly teaches political science at Swarthmore College and has recently published American Politics: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford, 2013.)  His current research traces the interplay between American political development and LGBT politics since the 1950s. 

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