• Diane Tucker

    Diane Straus Tucker, president and publisher, joined The American Prospect in December 2005 after a long career in publishing and a shorter one in practical politics, working with Howard Dean at the Democratic National Committee. For nearly two decades, Diane worked on the business side of publishing, most recently as group publisher of Manhattan Media, which publishes several weekly community newspapers in Manhattan as well as Avenue magazine.

  • David Tuller

    David Tuller is a contributing writer at and the author of Cracks in the Iron Closet: Travels in Gay and Lesbian

  • Andrew Tulumello

    Andrew S. Tulumello, an attorney in the Washington, D.C. office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP, served in the Office of the Prosecutor at the ICTY from 1998-99. He currently serves as counsel to a commissioner appointed by Defense Secretary William Cohen to investigate allegations that American soldiers committed war crimes at No Gun Ri during the Korean War.

  • Wallace Turbeville

    Wallace Turbeville is a former vice president of Goldman Sachs and a fellow at Demos.

  • Tom Turcol

    Tom Turcol, a staff writer for The Philadelphia Inquirer, writes about New Jersey politics.

  • Sherry Turkle

    Sherry Turkle is professor of the sociology of science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a licensed clinical psychologist. She is the author Life on the Screen: Identity
    in the Age of the Internet

  • Joseph Turow

    Joseph Turow is Robert Lewis Shayon Professor of Communication at the University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg School For Communication. One of his recent books is Breaking Up America: Advertisers and the New Media World.

  • Mark Tushnet

    Mark Tushnet is the author of A Court Divided: The Rehnquist Court and the Future of Constitutional Law.

  • Robert Tuttle

    Robert Tuttle is a freelance writer currently residing in New York. He has lived for seven years in Lebanon, Syria, and Egypt.

  • Michael Twitty

    Michael Twitty is a culinary historian, community scholar, and living-history interpreter focusing on African-American food and folk culture. He is working on a book based on his Cooking Gene project.