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The Civic Knowledge Project Faculty Advisory Committee

Danielle Allen, Founder of the UChicago Civic Knowledge Project, now James Bryant Conant University Professor, Director of the Edmond J. Safra Center, and Director of the Democratic Knowledge Project, Harvard University

Leora Auslander, Arthur and Joann Rasmussen Professor in Western Civilization in the College, Professor of European Social History, Founding Director, Affiliated Faculty, and Member of the Board of the Center for Gender and Sexuality Studies, Member of the Greenberg Center for Jewish Studies, University of Chicago

Timuel D. Black, (Deceased) Civil Rights Activist and Oral Historian, Benton Medal and Diversity Leadership Awards, University of Chicago, and Professor Emeritus, City Colleges of Chicago

Cathy J. Cohen, David and Mary Winton Green Distinguished Service Professor of Political Science and the College, University of Chicago

Christopher Flint, Head of School, City Elementary

Thomas Holt, Past President of the American Historical Association, James Westfall Thompson Professor of American and African American History, University of Chicago

Robert Ladenson, (Retired) Professor of Philosophy in the Lewis Department of Humanities, Illinois Institute of Technology, Founder of the Ethics Bowl

David W. Magill, (Retired) Director, University of Chicago Laboratory Schools

Tracye Matthews, Executive Director, Center for the Study of Race, Politics and Culture, University of Chicago

Martha Nussbaum, Ernst Freud Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Ethics in the Law School, Philosophy Department, and Divinity School, Director of the Center for Law, Philosophy, and Human Values, University of Chicago

Shaz Rasul, Executive Director, Student Civic Engagement Initiatives, Office of Civic Engagement, University of Chicago

Earl Shorris, (Deceased) National Humanities Medalist and Founder and President of The Clemente Course in the Humanities

Martha Ward, Associate Professor, Department of Art History, University of Chicago

Kenneth W. Warren, Fairfax M. Cone Distinguished Service Professor, Department of English Language & Literature, University of Chicago

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