- Notes on Contributors
jeremy adelman is the Henry Charles Lea Professor of History and director of the Global History Lab at Princeton University. Editor or author of 10 books, his most recent include Worlds Together, Worlds Apart: A History of Humankind from Beginnings to the Present (fifth ed., 2017).
daniel bessner is the Anne H. H. and Kenneth B. Pyle Assistant Professor in American Foreign Policy in the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington. He is the author of Democracy in Exile: Hans Speier and the Rise of the Defense Intellectual (forthcoming, 2018).
ellen freeberg is associate dean for faculty affairs and affiliated faculty in politics at the New School for Social Research. Her publications and teaching have focused on contemporary theories of justice, public law, and feminist theory.
judith friedlander, professor of anthropology emerita at Hunter College, CUNY, served as dean of the Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science (now NSSR) at the New School from 1993 to 2000. Her books include Vilna on the Seine: Jewish Intellectuals in France since 1968 (1990) and Conceived in Liberty: The New School for Social Research (forthcoming).
lara- zuzan golesorkhi, adjunct professor at Queens College, CUNY, and a PhD candidate in politics at the New School for Social Research, is the founder and executive director of WoW e.V., which seeks to enhance access and success for women with Muslim migration backgrounds in the German employment sector.
harald hagemann is professor of economics at the University of Hohenheim in Stuttgart and a life member of Clare Hall, University of Cambridge. His research covers growth, technological change and employment, business cycle theory, and the history of economic thought. He is chair of the Committee for the Theodor Heuss Professorship at the New School for Social Research.
simone lässig is director of the German Historical Institute in Washington, DC, and professor of history at the University of Braunschweig. She is at work on a study of Jewish "self-improvement" in nineteenth-century Germany.
william milberg is dean and professor of economics at the New School for Social Research.
ludger pries holds the chair of sociology/organization, migration, and participation at Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany. His recent publications [End Page 1077] include Refugees, Civil Society and the State: European Experiences and Global Challenges (2018).
gunnar take is a PhD candidate at the University of Flensburg, currently completing his doctoral research on the history of the Kiel Institute for the World Economy during the "Third Reich." He studied economic and social history at the Universities of Heidelberg and Oxford.
hans-michael trautwein is professor of international economics at Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg. He has published widely in the fields of monetary theory, business cycle theory, and international macroeconomics. He is currently president of the European Society for the History of Economic Thought.
arash molavi vasséi is a research and teaching assistant in the Economics Department at the University of Hohenheim. His interests include international and monetary macroeconomics, finance, and the history of economics. His recent publications include studies in the history of monetary and capital theory.
gina luria walker is professor of women's studies at the New School's School for Public Engagement and director of The New Historia, a global initiative promoting recovery of earlier women. Her recent publications include The Invention of Female Biography (editor, 2017). [End Page 1078]