Fellows of Jonathan Edwards

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Jennifer Julier


Jennifer Julier, Yale BA ‘77 JE, Columbia MLS ‘79; worked in the field of rare books and manuscripts before joining the Yale Alumni Association in 2001. Retired as Associate Director for Yale College Classes in 2023. Principal duties were acting as liaison to oldest alumni classes and planning reunions. Also, she has a 1911 Steinway B at her home in Hamden and welcomes serious pianists in J.E. to contact her about arranging occasional practice times. She earned a Masters from Columbia in Library Science and worked in the field of rare books and manuscripts, later broadening her activities to free–lance editing, writing and genealogical research. For twelve years she was the volunteer chairman coordinating alumni interviews of local students applying to Yale. Jennifer.julier@yale.edu

Frauke Josenhans


Museum, Curatorial

Paul Joskow



Shelly Kagan


Clark Professor of Philosophy


Howard Kahn


Howard Kahn is a Clinical Psychologist providing individual, group, and family psychotherapy, communicative skills, and compassion. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Child Study Center of Yale University, where he teaches a graduate seminar in Family Therapy for the Psychiatry, Psychology and Social Work Residents and Fellows . He has also also co-taught a graduate seminar in Family Therapy and Cultural Diversity. He was President of the Gesell Institute of Human Development in New Haven, Connecticut for 12 years. His work has been shaped by his interest in psychotherapy as a philosophy of life as well as a process for healing. He is willing and eager to talk to students about psychology, music, literature, art, and the good life. He likes to listen to people’s stories, aspirations, hopes and dreams. He loves humor of all kinds, especially printed cartoons, and he spends a lot of the summer kayaking around Long Island Sound.

Maria Kaliambou


Maria Kaliambou is Senior Lector at the Hellenic Studies Program and teaches folklore and Modern Greek language. She earned her B.A. in History and Archaeology at the University of Thessaloniki, Greece, and her Ph.D. in Folklore Studies at the University of Munich, Germany. She held post-doctoral positions at the University Charles-de-Gaulle Lille 3 and in Princeton University. In 2006, her dissertation received the “Lutz Röhrich prize” in Germany as the best dissertation in oral literature, and in 2011 the European Commission elected her as “Erasmus Student Ambassador of Greece”. In 2006 she published her first book Home – Faith – Family: Transmission of Values in Greek Popular Booklets of Tales (1870-1970) (in German), and in 2015 The Routledge Modern Greek Reader. Greek Folktales for Learning Modern Greek, Routledge. She is currently working on her third book with the tentative title “The Book Culture of Greek Americans”. Her research focuses on the dialogue between folklore and book history, particularly in the diaspora. Also, she is interested in foreign language pedagogy, especially teaching Modern Greek. She is the Chair of the Modern Greek Special Interest Group at the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL).

Subhashini Kaligotla


Assistant Professor of History of Art


Ilana Kamber


Senior Investment Analyst
Investments Office

Daniel Karell


Daniel Karell is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology. He studies the interplay of social and legacy media, social movements, and politics, as well as computational methodologies for better understanding culture. Interests outside of work include alpine climbing and backcountry skiing.

Michael Kashgarian


Professor Emeritus and Senior Research Scientist in Pathology