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Nasiha Fahmi

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Ray Fair

EconomicsRay Clarence Fair is the John M. Musser Professor of Economics at Yale University. Fair received his B.A. from Fresno State College in 1964 and his Ph.D. from MIT in 1968. He spent several years at Princeton University before moving to Yale.Email Ray Fair

John Faragher

Emeritus, History

John Mack Faragher was born in Phoenix, Arizona and raised in southern California, where he attended the University of California, Riverside (B.A., 1967), and did social work, before coming to Yale (Ph.D., 1977). After fifteen years as a professor at Mount Holyoke College he returned to Yale in 1993. His books include Women and Men on the Overland Trail (1979); Sugar Creek: Life on the Illinois Prairie (1986); Daniel Boone: The Life and Legend of an American Pioneer (1992); The American West: A New Interpretive History (2000), with Robert V. Hine; A Great and Noble Scheme: The Tragic Story of the Expulsion of the French Acadians from their American Homeland (2005); and Frontiers: A Short History of the American West (2007), with Robert V. Hine. He teaches the history of the American West and directs the Howard R. Lamar

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Michael Felberbaum

Director Advancement Systems

Michael Felberbaum is Director of Advancement Systems at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, U.S. He’s cofounder of Causativity.org, and a longtime mindfulness meditation practitioner and teacher.

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Margaret Fikrig

Internal Medicine

Margaret Fikrig is a physician in the division of Infectious Diseases. She works part time in the Yale HIV clinic. Her daughter is a senior at Yale in Branford College, her other daughter is a freshman at Oberlin and her son is a high school junior. She also enjoy playing violin, hiking with my dog, gardening and sailing.

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Rosemarie Fisher

Internal Medicine

Rosemarie Fisher, MD, is a gastroenterologist who treats patients for a variety of conditions, including malnutrition and short bowel syndrome, and she cares for patients who need nutritional support. She also treats patients with irritable bowel syndrome.

“I truly enjoy talking to patients and helping them deal with their illnesses,” says Dr. Fisher. “The role of nutrition support in maintaining a patient’s health is part of this.” She says the best part of her work is being able to help people through difficult times and then continue to follow them for years.

Dr. Fisher is a professor emeritus at Yale School of Medicine. She has focused her research on various clinical projects related to both gastrointestinal diseases and nutritional support. She is director of the Yale New Haven Hospital Nutritional Support Team, which has provided her with a multitude of opportunities for the clinical investigation of patients undergoing nutritional support, she says.

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VA Hospital

Moira Fitzgerald

Beinecke Library

Moira Fitzgerald is the Head of Access Services at the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library (Yale University), a position she has held since 2015. In this role, she is responsible for all of the Beinecke’s remote and on-site public services functions.

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Paul Fleury

Emeritus Applied Physics

Professor Fleury’s research interest has been in the microscopic origin of physical phenomena in condensed matter systems with emphasis on collective behaviors underlying magnetic, optical, electronic, acoustic, and structural properties of materials. These properties include the linear and nonlinear responses of materials to external drivers such as stress, electric, magnetic, and optical fields.

We have done considerable research on the dynamical aspects of phase transformations which result in long range order (ferroelectricity, magnetism, superconductivity, etc.). Our principal approach has been experimental–using laser spectroscopy and nonlinear optics to probe materials ranging in complexity from molecular hydrogen, through liquids, metals, dielectrics, and semiconductors to the multi-component cuprate superconductors and related materials. Much of this research has required advancing the state of the experimental art in optical spectroscopy–particularly in the directions of transient response, and high contrast, high resolution, and multichannel detection.

Raymond Forey

Quinnipiac University

Raymond Foery was an Army brat, graduating high school in Japan.  He holds an  undergraduate degree BA in Philosophy and Literature from the University of Notre Dame.  His graduate degrees: MFA in Film, Columbia; MA in Art History, Columbia; MPhil, PhD in Film and Theatre, Columbia University.  Raymond is beginning his 33rd year on faculty at Quinnipiac University.  He is working on the films of Spike Lee.
He has published “The Last Masterpiece: Alfred Hitchcock’s Frenzy” in 2012 (Rowman and Littlefield).
He is also doing research on American auteurs like Woody Allen, Wes Anderson, Ang Lee, and Nora Ephron.  Raymond is a lover of most (but not all) things French…

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Kirk Freudenburg


Kirk Freudenburg has taught at Yale since 2006.  Before coming to Yale he taught at Kent State University, Ohio State University and the University of Illinois. At Ohio State he was Associate Dean of the Humanities and at Illinois he was Chair of the Department of Classics.

His research has long focused on the social life of Roman letters, especially on the unique cultural encodings that structure and inform Roman ideas of poetry, and the practical implementation of those ideas in specific poetic forms, especially satire.  His current work is on Virgil’s Aeneid (see below).

His main publications include: The Walking Muse: Horace on the Theory of Satire (Princeton, 1993), Satires of Rome: Threatening Poses from Lucilius to Juvenal (Cambridge, 2001), the Cambridge Companion to Roman Satire (Cambridge, 2005), Oxford Readings in Classical Studies: Horace’s Satires and Epistles (Oxford University Press, 2009), and the Cambridge Companion to the Age of Nero (Cambridge, 2017), co-edited with Shadi Bartsch and Cedric Littlewood. His most recent book is Horace Satires Book II, introduction, text, and commentary in the Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics series (Cambridge University Press, 2021).

He is currently finishing a book on the topic of ‘Vision as Narrative’ in Virgil’s Aeneid, and he has begun a commentary on Aeneid 12 for a new commentary series on the Aeneid forthcoming from Lorenzo Valla (Mondadori), Milan.  His complete CV, along with a full list of downloadable articles, reviews, and op-eds, can be accessed via Academia.edu.

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