People

The Harvard Writing Project is staffed by faculty members of the Harvard College Writing Program.  

DIRECTOR

James Herron, Director of the Harvard Writing Project  (Ph.D., Anthropology, University of Michigan)
jherron@fas.harvard.edu
Fields: Cultural and linguistic anthropology, Latin America, Andes

CURRICULUM FELLOW

Ariane Liazos,  (Ph.D., History, Harvard University)
liazos@fas.harvard.edu
Fields: Twentieth-Century U.S. History, reform movements, popular politics, and civic engagement

FACULTY ASSOCIATES

Tad Davies (Ph.D., English from University of California, Irvine)
Field: American Literature
Research and Writing Interests: political novels, history and theory of the novel, American studies
 

Dwight Fee (Ph.D., Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara)
dfee@fas.harvard.edu
Research and Writing Interests: friendship and private life, identity and difference, qualitative research methods.

Jonah Johnson (Ph.D., German and Comparative Literatures, University of Michigan)
jmjohns@fas.harvard.edu
Fields: German Studies and Comparative Literature
Research and Writing Interests: Enlightenment and post-Enlightenment German literature and philosophy , lyric, genre theory, reception of classical antiquity

Elissa Krakauer (Ph.D., Biological Anthropology, Duke University)
krakauer@fas.harvard.edu
Research and Writing Interests: primate behavior, evolutionary theory

Richard Joseph Martin (Ph.D., Anthropology, Princeton University)
rmartin01@fas.harvard.edu
Research and Writing Interests: agency, education, ethnography, magic, phenomenology, play, popular culture, privacy, queer theory, ritual, semiotics, sexuality, and space.

Donna Mumme (Ph.D., Psychology, Stanford University)
mumme@fas.harvard.edu
Field: Developmental Psychology
Research and Writing Interests: Emotional development, social cognition, neuropsychological assessment, and developmental disabilities; children's literature.

Adrienne Tierney (Ed.D., Human Development, Harvard University)
adriennetierney@fas.harvard.edu
Research and Writing Interests: neurocognitive development, developmental disorders (e.g., autism spectrum disorder), social development

Jeffrey Wilson (Ph.D., English, University of California, Irvine)
jeffreywilson@fas.harvard.edu
Research and Writing Interests: Renaissance literature, Shakespeare, ethics