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


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


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


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)
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)
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)
Research and Writing Interests: primate behavior, evolutionary theory

Richard Joseph Martin (Ph.D., Anthropology, Princeton University)
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)
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)
Research and Writing Interests: neurocognitive development, developmental disorders (e.g., autism spectrum disorder), social development

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