Fellows of Jonathan Edwards

A (7) | B (17) | C (14) | D (8) | E (9) | F (8) | G (14) | H (15) | I (1) | J (4) | K (15) | L (17) | M (10) | N (6) | O (2) | P (9) | Q (1) | R (10) | S (20) | T (6) | U (1) | V (3) | W (12) | X (1) | Y (2) | Z (2)

Adrian Bonenberger


Editor, Yale Medicine 


Maikel Boot


Maikel Boot is a postdoctoral fellow in the Rego Lab in the department of Microbial Pathogenesis at the Yale University School of Medicine. He joined as a JE fellow in December 2018. Maikel’s research focuses on the causative agent of tuberculosis; Mycobacterium tuberculosis. He is specifically interested in killing this bacterium by identifying its Achilles heel while it lives within its human host. Maikel is involved in the Yale Postdoctoral Association and hopes to help structure the professional learning curve of Yale Postdocs. In his free time, you can find Maikel at the JE Fellow dinners or in Payne Whitney in case you want to introduce yourself. Emailing is also fine: maikel.boot@yale.edu

Gerhard Bowering


Gerhard Bowering, is Professor of Islamic Studies, specializing in the study of the Qur’an and its interpretation, Islamic religious history, and the contemporary world of Islam. Over lunch in JE, on either Tuesdays or Thursdays, he would like to share his experiences of study, research and travel in the Islamic world all across the globe from Morocco to Mindanao (in the Arab Middle East, North Africa, Iran, Turkey, Afghanistan, Pakistan, India and Indonesia, as well as contacts with Muslim communities of China, Europe and America). No special language skills required, just an informal exchange of views and ideas. gerhard.bowering@yale.edu

Ronald Breaker


Sterling Professor of Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology


David Bromwich


Sterling Professor of English


Andrée Aelion Brooks


Andrée Aelion Brooks is a journalist, author and lecturer currently specializing in Jewish social history.
A former contributing columnist for the New York Times, she is an Associate Fellow at Yale University and founder and first president of the Women’s Campaign School at Yale – a program operated out of Yale Law School that trains women from all pars of the world to run for political office. In 2013 she was honored by the Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame.
Her award-winning books include a biography of Dona Gracia Nasi, a 16th century international banker who saved hundreds of victims of the Inquisition; Russian Dance, about a Bolshevik spy; Out of Spain, a children’s program in Sephardic history; and Children of Fast Track Parents, on parenting today. She wrote over 1500 articles for the New York Times from 1979 to 1998.
andreebrooks@hotmail.com Website: www.andreeaelionbrooks.com

Ardis Butterfield


Ardis Butterfield moved to Yale in 2012 from University College London to take up a post in the English Department, where she is a Marie Boroff Professor of English, Professor of French and Professor of Music. She specializes in medieval literature, both English and French, and also in medieval music. You can reach her at ardis.butterfield@yale.edu.