Fellows of Jonathan Edwards

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David Bromwich


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Sterling Professor of English

david.bromwich@yale.edu

Andrée Aelion Brooks


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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


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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.

David Calleo


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David Calleo is a political scientist.

Contact David at dpcalleo@gmail.com

Simon Carrington


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Former Director of Schola Cantorum at the Institute of Sacred Music

simon.carrington@yale.edu

Richard Carson


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Professor of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging and of Biomedical Engineering

richard.carson@yale.edu

Judy Cha


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Carol and Douglas Melamed Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science

judy.cha@yale.edu

Steve Chang


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Steve Chang is an Assistant Professor of Psychology and Neurobiology. He has been at the forefront of using live social interaction paradigms in rhesus macaques for investigating the neural mechanisms of social decision-making and also examining how social motivation could be improved by neuromodulators both at the behavioral as well as at the level of single neurons. He hypothesizes that our social behaviors are heavily reinforcement-driven. He received Ph.D. from Washington University Neuroscience Program, and completed his postdoctoral work at Duke University. Steve teaches neuroscience-related courses from the Department of Psychology. Steve is happy to chat with anyone interested in psychology and neuroscience. You can reach him at steve.chang@yale.edu.

Sarah Chang


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Sarah is the Director of Student Accessibility Services, the office responsible for accommodations for all students at the university that register with a disability. Before coming to Yale, she worked in many areas of disability support including serving as a disability advocate, managing residential facilities for adults with disabilities, and as a disability coordinator at Washington University in St. Louis. Sarah earned a B.S. from University of Missouri St. Louis and a J.D. from University of North Carolina School of Law at Chapel Hill. She grew up in rural Missouri and identified as a first-generation and low-income student. When Sarah’s not working with students, you can find her hiking Connecticut trails with her family and Old English Sheepdog, Coco.

Contact Sarah at sarah.chang@yale.edu

Sharon Chekijian


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Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine

sharon.chekijian@yale.edu