Sabine Landreau-Farber, trained in Rassias and New School language teaching methods; has taught French at all levels for more than 25 years.
Paula Kay Lazrus, PhD, Boston U.; has excavated in Rome, Israel, and New England and conducted field survey on Sardinia; author of Discovering the Etruscans; research fellow, Boston U.
Florence Leclerc-Dickler, MBA in Marketing, SUNY; MA in Translation, Ecole de Traduction et d’Interprétation, University of Geneva (Switzerland); BA in applied foreign languages, U. of Nice; associate chair, Dept. of Foreign Languages; assistant professor; has taught French at Marymount School of NY and Language Immersion Inst., SUNY-New Paltz.
Halyna Lemekh, PhD in Sociology, The New School; MA in Philology, Ukraine; research and writing focuses on social construction of identity among newly arrived immigrants to NYC, impact of immigration on children, and human trafficking.
Philip Lerman, PhD, CUNY; professor of Dramatic Arts, LaGuardia Community College; director and designer for off-Broadway and regional theater; writes and stages adaptations of drama classics; member, Dramatists Guild of America.
Suzannah Lessard, staff writer for the New Yorker from 1975 to 1995; author of The Architect of Desire: Beauty and Danger in the Stanford White Family, winner of the Whiting Award in 1996; has taught at Columbia School of the Arts, George Mason U., George Washington U., Wesleyan U., Goucher College, and Queens U.
Margrit Lewczuk, fine artist; NEA fellowship; Guggenheim fellowship; solo exhibitions at Pamela Auchincloss Gallery (New York) and Thorden Wetterling (Stockholm); teaches at Princeton U.
Harry Lewis, EdD, Columbia U. Teachers College; MSW, Fordham U. Graduate School of Social Service; core faculty, The New School Bachelor's Program; psychotherapist in private practice.
Kimberly Libman, MPH, Hunter College, doctoral studies in environmental psychology, CUNY Graduate Center; former educator and program coordinator at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden and the New York Botanical Garden.
Betty Liu, MA, Columbia U. School of Journalism; freelance journalist, blogs at www.BettyMingLiu.com; formerly nationally syndicated columnist for the New York Daily News, staffer for the Newark Star-Ledger and Crain’s New York Business, and panelist for a local PBS public affairs show broadcast on Channel 13/WNET New York.
Monica Mascia London, MA and Laurea, U. of Siena (Italy); has taught all levels of Italian at Columbia U. and currently teaches at FIT and BMCC; reports on arts, culture, and architecture for major Italian magazines (Repubblica; Vanity Fair; Elle Decor).
Rodolfo Long, MA, Virginia Tech; specializes in language education and instructional technology; teaches Spanish with an emphasis on the use of technology in the classroom.
Robert Lopez, author of the novel Part of the World; fiction has appeared in dozens of journals, including BOMB, Threepenny Review, New England Review, New Orleans Review, Indiana Review, and Denver Quarterly.