Stephane Zaborowski, MA in Education, Stendhal U., Grenoble III (France); MA in Archaeology, U. of the Louvre, Paris I; lecturer in art history (Picasso) at Carol Shen Gallery (NY); instrumental in setting up The French Evolution, an exhibition at the Museum for Contemporary African Diasporan Arts; teaches at NYU and CUNY; member of American Assn. of Teachers of French.
Arya Zahedi, MA in Political Science, The New School for Social Research; areas of interest include political theory, revolutions, social movements, and modern Iran.
Amotz Zakai, MFA, USC; producer and manager at Echo Lake Productions, LLC; associate producer of Dreamland (Sundance 2006); manages writers and directors; produces independent films.
Jia-xuan Zhang, instructor in Chinese at The New School and Queens College; film critic; teaches film courses at Queens College, St. John’s U., and Fordham U.; calligraphy artist; teaches Chinese calligraphy at the China Institute.
Adelheid Ziegler, licensed translator of English, French, and German, Zurich School for Translation and Interpretation (Switzerland); translates and edits at the Guggenheim Museum; teaches German at Deutsches Haus and at IFA-NYU.
Ziff, PhD student in Sociology, New School; also teaches at Rutgers’s
Meli Zinberg, MA, NYU; instructor of anatomy, physiology, and biology, NYU School of Education; has taught ballet and modern dance at 92nd Street Y, Stuyvesant H.S. Youth & Adult Center, and 14th Street Y; danced with Carmen Moore for Lincoln Center Out of Doors and Laura Foreman Dance Theatre.
John Zinsser, BA, Yale U.; abstract painter and art writer; co-founder, Journal of Contemporary Art; solo exhibitions at James Graham & Sons Gallery (New York) (spring 2008), Thomas Soloman’s Garage (Los Angeles), and Galerie Von Lintel (Munich); reviews published in the New York Times and Art in America.
Andrew Zornoza, BA, Princeton U.; author of the forthcoming photo/prose novel Where I Stay (Tarpaulin Sky Press); writings have been published in Confrontation, Porcupine Literary Arts, CapGun, Matter Magazine, and Gastronomica; has also taught at the Gotham Writer’s Workshop and ASA Institute.