Fellows of Jonathan Edwards

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Linda Booz Klein


Linda Booz Klein retired in 2013 as Director of Contracts and Intellectual Property after eighteen years at Yale University Press, a  job which perfectly merged two of her intellectual interests, contracts and book publishing. Linda is a graduate of Manchester College, Indiana, and Villanova Law School, and a member of the Connecticut Bar. In retirement she has taken up viola da gamba and golf, and reconnected with her love of choral singing. But her passion now is realizing a lifelong dream to recline on pianos, thanks to a class in cabaret singing at the Neighborhood Music School. She would love to talk with students about any of these interests.   lindaboozklein@gmail.com

Harold Koh


Sterling Professor of Law; former Dean of the Law School


Andrew Koh


Andrew Koh is Museum Scientist for the Yale Peabody Museum and a faculty member in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations. He founded and leads the Yale Ancient Pharmacology Program, a transdisciplinary endeavor that fuses the sciences and humanities. After completing his dissertation as an exchange scholar at Stanford University and receiving his doctorate in archaeology and chemistry at the University of Pennsylvania, he received postdoctoral training at the University of Michigan and its Kelsey Museum before heading off to UCLA to run its introductory ancient Greek program and teach archaeology. This was followed by a Florence Levy Kay fellowship in chemistry and classical studies at Brandeis University, where he founded its Digital Scholarship Lab, and his appointment as a senior research fellow at the MIT Center for Materials Research in Archaeology and Ethnology. 

In addition to his doctorate, Dr. Koh holds a BS in biophysics and classics (pre-medicine) and master’s degrees in biblical studies and Egyptology. He is an active field archaeologist, who co-directs the Southern Phokis Regional Project in Central Greece near Delphi and has served on committees for the National Endowment for the Humanities, Getty Research Institute, National Science Foundation, American Chemical Society, Archaeological Institute of America, American Society of Overseas Research, Town of Concord Historical Commission, and Boston Museum of Science. In an interesting twist, his research was used to model and help backfill the concept of “archaeological medicine” for the 23rd-century Star Trek universe, a discipline first mentioned in the original series from the 1960s, but only recently revisited in its Strange New Worlds prequel spin-off.

Marta Kuzma


Stavros Niarchos Foundation Dean of School of Art


Themis Kyriakides


Associate Professor of Pathology