4Humanities.org is proud that the following distinguished educators, university leaders, authors, artists, designers, journalists, business leaders, arts and humanities advocates, publishers, and student leaders have agreed to serve as contest judges. [Judges continue to be added.]
- Rens Bod, Professor of Humanities & Computational and Digital Humanities, University of Amsterdam; author of A New History of the Humanities (Oxford Univ. Press, 2013)
- Richard Brodhead — President, Duke University; Co-chair, American Academy of Arts and Science’s Commission on the Humanities and Social Sciences.
- John Churchill, Secretary, Phi Beta Kappa Society.
- Richard Ekman — President, Council of Independent Colleges.
- Neil Griffiths — Co-founder and Director, Arts Emergency.
- Christine Henseler — Professor and Chair, Department of Spanish, Union College; Huffington Post contributor; 4Humanities co-leader.
- Eileen Joy — Co-director, Punctum Books; Co-founder, Babel Working Group
- Jenny Lawton — CEO, MakerBot.
- Earl Lewis — President, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
- John Naughton — Senior Research Fellow, Cambridge University Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH); Emeritus Professor of the Public Understanding of Technology, Open University; author of From Gutenberg to Zuckerberg: Disruptive Innovation in the Age of the Internet; Technology columnist for London Observer.
- Jonathan Schmidt-Swartz (@StuHum) — Student; Founder and Director of StuHum, Student Advocates for the Future of the Humanities.
- Matthew Stinchcomb, Vice President for Values & Impact, Etsy, Inc.
- Laura Skandera Trombley, President, Pitzer College; incoming President of The Huntington Library.
- Marina Zurkow, media artist ; faculty in the Interactive Telecommunications Program, New York University.
4 thoughts on “Contest Judges”