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Stephen Naron

Fortunoff ArchivesStephen Naron began his career as an archivist at the Fortunoff Video Archive before moving to Stockholm, Sweden in 2008, where he worked as a translator and academic librarian. He returned to New Haven in 2015 with his wife and two daughters. He received his MSIS from the University of Texas in Austin, a BA in History from the University of Kansas, and has studied at Tel Aviv University, Freie Universitaet Berlin, and the Zentrum fuer Antisemitismusforschung/TU Berlin. Email Stephen Naron

Martin Nguyen

Dr. Martin Nguyen is Professor of Islamic Studies at Fairfield University in Fairfield, Connecticut. His work revolves around Muslim theology, ethics, spirituality, Qur’anic studies, and the intersection of race and religion. Among his books is Modern Muslim Theology: Engaging God and the World with Faith and Imagination (2019), which presents a contemporary theology rooted in the religious imagination. Alongside his publications, he is facilitating several scholarly initiatives, including the “Constructive Muslim Thought and Engaged Scholarship” seminar with the American Academy of Religion and the “Islamic Moral Theology in Conversation with Future” project supported by the John Templeton Foundation. More about Prof. Nguyen’s work can be found at here.

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Kristen Nwanyanwu

Opthamology and Visual Science

Dr. Kristen Nwanyanwu graduated with highest honors from the University of Michigan. Her degrees in African-American Studies and Biochemistry became the foundation for her career as a health disparities researcher. At the University of Pennsylvania, she earned her medical degree and MBA from the Wharton School. She is a board-certified ophthalmologist and a practicing vitreoretinal surgeon. She completed residency at the University of Michigan and vitreoretinal surgery fellowship at the Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary at the University of Illinois at Chicago. After joining the Yale faculty, she was selected for the YCCI Junior Faculty Scholars Program through which she completed her Master of Health Science. She is currently the PI for the NIH-funded Sight-Saving Engagement and Evaluation in New Haven (SEEN) Program, a multi-method approach to identifying and addressing health disparities in diabetic retinopathy. She has lectured nationally on health disparities, access to care, and the surgical management of diabetic retinopathy.

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