Professor Emeritus, SIT Graduate Institute
Dr. Alvino E. Fantini holds degrees in anthropology and applied linguistics and has worked in the fields of language education and intercultural communication for over 50 years. He has worked with languages (ESL and a great variety of other languages) and cultures, in education and training, in intensive and extensive programs, in academia and in […]
Scholar of Environmental Anthropology, Ethnobotany, and Indigenous Studies
Photo by Ezra Distler, 2018 Jessica Dolan earned her Ph.D. from McGill University in 2016, and her M.Sc. from University of Kent at Canterbury in 2005. She is an environmental anthropologist and ethnobotanist, who researches and writes about human relationships with the natural world, land-based learning, environmental management, food security, culturally significant plant species, and composting. She has […]
Dan Toomey has taught writing and literature at Landmark College for 32 years. He has published numerous articles on Robert Frost. His interest in Frost dates to his childhood, when he noted how accurately the imagery in the Frost poems he was learning in school was to be found in the New England woods and […]
Kramer is a long-time, Sixth Grade teacher at the Guilford Central School. She also often leads placed-based and nature-inspired teacher workshops with her husband, Antioch University Professor David Sobel.
Tim Weed is a celebrated local author. “I was drawn to the whole legend because of the Round Schoolhouse,” says Weed, who is close to completing his extensively researched novel. “My friend Jon Jesup was renovating it and the whole story just caught my imagination.” Weed’s recent collection of stories, A Field Guide to Murder & Fly […]