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.

Basic Program Instructors

Dimensions of Diversity Instructors

Master of Liberal Arts Faculty

Open Enrollment Instructors

Visual Arts Education and Outreach Instructors

Writer's Studio Instructors

Faculty and Instructors in the News

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

Best-Selling Author Helps Students Craft Compelling Nonfiction

New York Times best-seller Jennifer Keishin Armstrong brings her literary skills to a new Graham course titled Writing Nonfiction: Turning Facts Into Gripping Scenes.

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Headshot of Jennifer Armstrong

New Instructors Join Graham School’s Basic Program

Paul Cato and Rebekah Spearman use close readings of texts to drive dialogue and discovery.

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On the right: a headshot of Paul Cato. On the left: a headshot of Rebekah Spearman.

What Rats Can Teach Us About Empathy and Racism, with Peggy Mason

What can rats teach us about empathy? As one University of Chicago neurobiologist discovered, we can learn from them a lot. 

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Peggy Mason