Faculty and Instructors

Our Faculty and Instructors are Eminent Scholars and World-Class Educators

Our courses are taught by field-defining scholars and renowned instructors, and our small classrooms mean that you have the opportunity to build meaningful relationships with these pioneering thought leaders and educators.

Below, we share recent articles highlighting Graham’s faculty and instructors.

You can also visit our Master of Liberal Arts, Basic Program, and Writer’s Studio pages to see individual biographies.

Engaging Students in Ethnography

Omar McRoberts shares why he teaches Ethnographic Traditions in the Master of Liberal Arts.

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Omar McRoberts MLA faculty

Challenging Mental Health Stigmas

Alida Bouris explains how and why she fosters discussions on mental health in her MLA class.

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Alida Bouris

Grab the Audience and Don’t Let Go

Two Graham School dramatic writing instructors discuss what makes writing unforgettable.

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