Arieahn Matamonasa

Arieahn Matamonasa, of Lakota and Menominee heritage, earned her PhD in clinical psychology from The FIelding Institute, with a focus on the prevention of violence. She is a member of the interdisciplinary faculty at DePaul University in Chicago, where she teaches psychology, Native American studies, and cross-cultural communications. She also...

Cristina Eisenberg

Cristina Eisenberg holds a BFA in Painting and an MA in Conservation Biology and Environmental Writing, and a PhD in Forestry and Wildlife. She has a post doctoral appointment at Oregon State University, where she teaches. She has also been appointed as a Smithsonian Research Fellow and a Boone and...

Liam Heneghan

Liam Heneghan, an ecosystem ecologist, is Professor of Environmental Science and co-director of DePaul University’s Institute for Nature and Culture. His research has included studies on the impact of acid rain on soil foodwebs in Europe, and on inter-biome comparisons of decomposition and nutrient dynamics in forested ecosystems in North...

Mary Jo Neitz

Mary Jo Neitz, professor of Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of Missouri, recently served as President of the Association for the Sociology of Religion and has chaired the section on the Sociology of Religion within the American Sociological Association. She is the author of Charisma and Community; Culture:...

Kathleen Jenks

Kathleen Jenks has a Ph.D. in Religious Studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara. For nine years she taught in the Mythological Studies Program at Pacifica Graduate Institute in California. Now retired and relocated in her home state of Michigan, she works as a writer, a consultant in myth,...

Kerry Trask

Kerry Trask is professor emeritus of history with the University of Wisconsin Colleges. A native of Canada, he has particular interest in the early history and development of the Great Lakes. Trask is the author of three books: In the Pursuit of Shadows: Massachusetts, Millennialism, and the Seven Years War;...