Nahm, Ph.D. University
of California, Irvine (Anthropology, Critical Theory
Emphasis). Publications include "Between Stigma and Demand" in Human Organization and "Engaging
Youth through Partnerships in Entertainment Education" in Cases in Public Health Communication &
Aaron Naparstek, MS, Columbia U. Graduate School of Journalism; German Marshall Fund Comparative Domestic Policy Fellow; founder of Streetsblog.org; author of Honku: The Zen Antidote to Road Rage.
Tobias C. Nascimento, MBA, Columbia U.; former Portuguese language translator for the OAS representative to the United Nations.
Kristin Nelson, PhD, Standford U.; has published articles on narrative as an indicator of episodic memory and defensive psychological states, studying adolescents, dementia patients, and those with post-traumatic stress; taught psychoanalytic and feminist theory at UC Berkeley.
Matthew Guy Nichols, PhD, Rutgers U.; asst. professor of art history at Christie’s Education; frequent contributor to Art in America.
Lisa Nocks, PhD, Drew U.; historian of science, technology, and culture; author of The Robot: The Life Story of a Technology and numerous articles on technology and media culture.
David Nugent, MS, Boston U.; recipient of Excellence in Teaching Award from Harvard U.; co-wrote Isaac Julien’s installation piece Baltimore; has been a member of the selection committee for the Gotham Awards and Cinema Eye Awards, and a panelist at the Sundance Film Festival; has served as a juror at the Galway Film Fleadh, the Sarasota Film Festival, and the SilverDocs Film Festival; recently worked as program director for DocuClub and director of programming for the Newport Intl. Film Festival; currently serves as director of programming of the Hamptons Intl. Film Festival.