• Amartya Sen

    Amartya Sen, the 1998 Nobel Laureate in Economic Science, is Master of Trinity College, Cambridge.

  • Sarah Senk

    Sarah Senk is an assistant professor of English at the University of Hartford. She earned a B.A. in Literature from Yale University, an M.St. in English (1900-present day) from the University of Oxford, and a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from Cornell University. Her research focuses on twentieth-century and contemporary Anglophone writing and trauma studies.

  • William Serrin

    William Serrin teaches journalism at New York University. He was the longtime labor writer for The New York Times. He is the author, most recently, of Muckraking!: The Journalism That Changed America.

  • Adam Serwer

    Adam Serwer is a writing fellow at The American Prospect and a graduate of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He also blogs at Jack and Jill Politics and has written for The Village Voice, The Washington Post, The Root, and the Daily News.

  • Hamza Shaban

    Hamza Shaban's technology writing has appeared in The Root and ReadWrite. You can follow him on twitter at @PlanetHozz

  • Noah Shachtman

    Noah Shachtman writes about technology, defense, politics and culture for The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Salon and Wired News. He is the author of Defense Tech, a Web log.

  • Steve Shadowen

    Steve Shadowen is an attorney in private practice in Pennsylvania.

  • Duane Shank

    Duane Shank is issues and policy adviser at Call to Renewal and policy adviser at Sojouners.

  • Walter Shapiro

    Walter Shapiro, who has covered the last nine presidential races, is a fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU and is a lecturer in political science at Yale. His email is And you can follow him on Twitter @waltershapiroPD.


  • Andrew Shapiro

    Andrew L. Shapiro is chairman of GreenOrder, a consulting and information services firm he founded in 2000 that helps large enterprises improve sustainability. He is was previously executive director of the Twentieth Century Fund's Working Group on Campaign Finance Litigation and a fellow at Harvard Law School's Center for Internet & Society.