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Danielle Howe

PhD Candidate, Western Sydney University
Danielle (Dani) Howe is a PhD Candidate at NICM Health Research Institute, Western Sydney University. Her PhD is focused on the Endo@Work project: developing and evaluating employer guidelines for supporting those with endometriosis in the workplace. Her PhD work is in partnership Endometriosis Australia and under the supervision of Dr Mike Armour, Dr Michelle O’Shea and Dr Sarah Duffy.

Dani has nearly a decade of industry experience working in the community and international development sectors working in monitoring, evaluation and learning, working across Canada, UK, Australia, the Gambia, Sierra Leonne, Togo, Zambia, Occupied Territory of Palestine, and Bangladesh. Through her work she maintained a special interest in developing and integrating inclusive menstrual health education initiatives into wider community public health, education & primary prevention of gender-based-violence programs.

Upon her return to academia, Dani’s research interests are in improving inclusive menstrual literacy, and reproductive and menstrual-related health outcomes. She is concerned in understanding and illuminating how inequities in menstrual health are reproduced in broader organisation and institutional contexts, ultimately driving gender inequity.  

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Danielle LaPointe-McEwan

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education, Queen's University, Ontario
Dr. LaPointe-McEwan’s research has primarily focused on enhancing professional learning outcomes for educators and students in the context of K-12 education, particularly emphasizing how educators use multiple forms of classroom and program data, including video, to inform professional learning and practice across educational systems. She has led multiple education-based program evaluations, working collaboratively with school districts, education networks, the Ministry of Education, and educational organizations to enhance evidence-informed practice and valued program outcomes for stakeholders. In all of her work, Dr. LaPointe-McEwan prioritizes authentic partnerships that bridge research and practice and foster meaningful change for systems, educators, and students.

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Danielle Macdonald

Assistant Professor, Queen's University, Ontario

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Danielle McLean

Freelance Reporter and Editor, The Conversation
Danielle McLean is an award-winning freelance reporter and editor. Her work has been published in The New York Times, The Atlantic, Teen Vogue, The Washington Post's The Lily, CNN, and Higher Ed Dive.

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Danielle Verdon-Kidd

Associate Professor, School of Environmental and Life Sciences, University of Newcastle
Dr Danielle Verdon-Kidd is a hydroclimatologist with research primarily focusing on the drivers of climate variability and change in Australia and the Pacific, investigating how to use these insights to improve natural resource management, particularly with respect to water availability. From small consulting teams through to Federal Government, Dr Verdon-Kidd’s climate expertise has been applied to inform water-based resource and environment management systems.

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Danielle Whitham

Ph.D. Candidate in Chemistry and Biochemistry, Clarkson University
Danielle is a current graduate student in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Clarkson University working towards a Ph.D in Chemistry. She received a bachelors of science in Chemistry in 2020 from Clarkson University as well. Her research is centered around identification of a protein biomarker for breast cancer detection using proteomics and mass spectrometry. She works with breast milk and blood serum as the main bodily fluids to identify proteins dysregulated between women with breast cancer and women without. Her goal is to identify proteins which are implicated in breast cancer and can be used as a biomarker so women of all ages can be screened for breast cancer development.

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Danielle Williams

Postdoctoral Fellow in Philosophy of Science, Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis
I hold a PhD in philosophy with a specialization in the cognitive sciences and AI.

My dissertation topic was on the nature of physical computation-- a topic that is found at the intersection of philosophy, computer science, AI, and the psychological and brain sciences. I have published several papers in philosophy of science (specifically on topics in neuroscience and cognitive science) as well as on the nature of technology.

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Danielle Wurzel

Paediatric Respiratory Physician, and Honorary Fellow Manager, Murdoch Children's Research Institute
Dr Danielle Wurzel is a paediatric respiratory physician. She currently has appointments as a Consultant Physician in Respiratory Medicine at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Honorary Senior Fellow in Paediatrics at the University of Medicine and Research Fellow at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. Her clinical interests include a broad range of respiratory problems with a special interest in childhood cough, breathing difficulties and asthma. Danielle has a PhD in chronic wet cough in children and bronchiectasis with an ongoing research program to investigate the early origins of bronchiectasis with the aim of developing interventions to prevent chronic lung diseases in children.

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Danielle Arlanda Harris

Senior Lecturer, Griffith University
Danielle Arlanda Harris, PhD is the Deputy Director-Research of the Griffith Youth Forensic Service and a Senior Lecturer in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Griffith University. She has more than 20 years’ experience working in the US, the UK, and Australia primarily in the area of research, treatment, and prevention of child sexual abuse. She received a prestigious grant from the Guggenheim Foundation to fund her ground-breaking mixed methods empirical study of desistance from sexual offending (which included interviews with nearly 100 men convicted of sexual offences). Since returning to Australia in 2016, her innovative research has been funded by Westpac, ANROWS, and the National Centre for Action on Child Sexual Abuse. She regularly consults with the Daniel Morcombe Foundation, Queensland Police, Queensland Corrections, and yourtown (Kids Helpline) and sits on the National Clinical Reference Group of the National Office of Child Safety.

She has published over 30 peer reviewed journal articles and book chapters and has given more than 50 presentations at international conferences. Her first book (Desistance from Sexual Offending) received the Australia and New Zealand Society of Criminology Book award in 2019.

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Danielle Jade Roberts

Senior Lecturer, University of KwaZulu-Natal
Danielle holds a PhD in Statistics. She has extensive experience in curriculum development, research and student supervision in applied statistics and data science. She takes a data-driven approach to solve real world problems using statistics, machine learning and technology, with a focus on public health and other societal challenges in resource-limited settings in Africa.

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Danielle Lin Hunter

Postdoctoral Scholar in Forestry and Environmental Resources, North Carolina State University
I am currently a postdoctoral scholar at North Carolina State University, where I manage the Crowd the Tap participatory science (citizen science) project that crowdsources the locations of lead plumbing and where I study participation in our project. My research shows that engaging participants through partner organizations can help increase the diversity of participants. I also do contract work with the North Carolina Environmental Justice Network supporting their participatory science where I support communities interested in protecting their air quality. I have a PhD in Ecology with a Human Environment Interactions Emphasis from Colorado State University where I studied how scientists communicate about and carry out environmental participatory science projects. Finally, I have a bachelor's degree from Lee University Biological Sciences.

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Danielle Mariann Dove

Surrey Future Fellow and Lecturer in English Literature, University of Surrey
Danielle Dove is Surrey Future Fellow and a Fellow of the Institute for Sustainability at the University of Surrey. Her research centres on Victorian and Neo-Victorian literature, with a specific focus on dress and fashion history, material culture, and sustainability.

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Danielle N. Boaz

Associate Professor of Africana Studies, University of North Carolina – Charlotte
Danielle N. Boaz is an Associate Professor of Africana Studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, where she offers courses on human rights, social justice, and the law. Dr. Boaz is the author of Banning Black Gods: Law and Religions of the African Diaspora and Voodoo: The History of a Racial Slur. Her website, www.religiousracism.org, tracks cases of discrimination and violence against religious communities in North America and Brazil. Dr. Boaz is Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Africana Religions. From 2023-2024, Dr. Boaz is a public fellow with the Public Religion Research Institute.

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Danika Wright

Dr Danika Wright is a Lecturer in the Discipline of Finance and the Honours Program Director at the University of Sydney Business School.

Dr Wright’s expertise is in the design, investment and operations of real estate markets. Her research has contributed to the development of the benchmark house price index used in Australia. She is sought out for her knowledge on real estate prices and modelling, and is a member of the Sirca-RP Data joint research committee.

Her current research projects examine investor behaviour in different settings, including real estate markets, and links to corporate finance.

Prior to appointment at the University of Sydney Business School Dr Wright held quantitative research positions in funds management firms, and continues to provide expert advise to a range of significant industry bodies including the Financial Services Council of Australia and the Reserve Bank of Australia.

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Danillo Augusto

Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, University of North Carolina – Charlotte
Augusto's research focuses include the genetics of the immune system, molecular biology, genomics, transcriptomics, human population genetics, molecular basis of disease mechanisms

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Danilo Palazzo

Professor of Urban Planning and Design, University of Cincinnati
Danilo Palazzo is a Professor and Director of the School of Planning at the University of Cincinnati. Before moving to Cincinnati, he served on the faculty at the Polytechnic of Milan. Italy as a program coordinator for the Master of Architectural Engineering. He earned an M.Arch from the Polytechnic of Milan and a Ph.D. in Planning from IUAV Venezia. Dr. Palazzo has been a visiting scholar at the School of Planning and Landscape Architecture at Arizona State University (1995), the School of Planning at the University of Cincinnati (1997 and 1998), Polytechnic of Milan (2021), and Visiting Professor at the School of Design, Jiangnan University, PRC (2019). His current research interests are urbanism, urban design, and pedagogy.
Dr. Palazzo co-authored with Frederick Steiner, Urban Ecological Design: A Process for Regenerative Places (Island Press, 2011, also translated in Chinese—Yilin Press, Nanjing, 2018—and in Farsi—Ferdowsi University of Mashhad Press, 2023), and authored a chapter on "Pedagogical Tradition" to the Companion to Urban Design (Routledge, 2011). He’s the co-editor, with Vikas Mehta, of the Companion to Public Space (Routledge, 2020) and with Leah Hollstein and Stephen Diko (eds.), of the Routledge Companion to Professional Awareness and Diversity in Planning Education (Routledge, 2023.)

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Dannagal G. Young

Professor of Communication and Political Science, University of Delaware
Dannagal G. Young (Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg School for Communication, 2007) is a Professor of Communication and Political Science at the University of Delaware where she studies the content, audience, and effects of nontraditional political information. She has published over sixty academic articles and book chapters on the content, psychology, and effects of political information, satire, and misinformation [Go to CV]. Her book Irony and Outrage: The Polarized Landscape of Rage, Fear, and Laugher in the U.S. examines satire and outrage as the logical extensions of the respective psychological profiles of liberals and conservatives (Oxford University Press, 2020: here). Her current book project, Wrong: How Media, Politics, and Identity Drive our Appetite for Misinformation with JHU Press is available for preorder and will be published in fall 2023.

Dr. Young's 2020 TED Talk explaining how our psychology shapes our politics, and how media exploit these relationships, has been viewed over 1.9 Million times. She publishes extensively in the popular press with essays and Op-eds in outlets including Vox.com, The Washington Post, and The Atlantic. She has appeared on CNN, PBS Newshour, ABC News, NPR, and various national and international podcasts. As of 2020, her research has been cited in over 70 popular press articles, news stories, and interviews at such outlets as The Washington Post, USA Today, Politico, Christian Science Monitor, Variety, the New York Times, the Atlantic, PBS, Slate, and Vox. Her popular University of Delaware course "Propaganda and Persuasion" was released by The Great Courses in 2023. In recognition of her public facing work, in 2021, Dr. Young became the inaugural recipient of the Dr. Robert M. Entman Award in Democracy and Political Communication from the School of Media and Public Affairs (SMPA) at The George Washington University.

Young is a Research Fellow with the University of Delaware's Center for Political Communication and was awarded the University of Delaware's Excellence in Teaching Award in 2014. She holds affiliations with the University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg Public Policy Center and the University of Arizona's National Institute for Civil Discourse (NICD), where she co-edited of "A Crisis of Civility: Political Discourse and its Discontents" (Routledge, 2018).

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Danny Buckley

Senior Lecturer in Enterprise, De Montfort University
Dr Danny Buckley is a Senior Lecturer in Enterprise at De Montfort University. Having spent over twenty years working in the automotive, fashion, and sports industries he joined academia in 2016. He is currently the Director for the Help to Grow Management programme at De Montfort University and the Deputy Director for Apprenticeships within the faculty of Business and Law.

Danny’s research interests include informal work, the cash-in-hand economy, retail and sales environments, social mobility and SME businesses.

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Danny Dorling

Danny Dorling joined the School of Geography and the Environment in September 2013 to take up the Halford Mackinder Professorship in Geography. He was previously a professor of Geography at the University of Sheffield. He has also worked in Newcastle, Bristol, Leeds and New Zealand, went to university in Newcastle upon Tyne, and to school in Oxford.

Much of Danny's work is available open access (see www.dannydorling.org). With a group of colleagues he helped create the website www.worldmapper.org which shows who has most and least in the world. His work concerns issues of housing, health, employment, education, wealth and poverty. His recent books include, co-authored texts The Atlas of the Real World: Mapping the way we live and Bankrupt Britain: An atlas of social change.

Recent sole authored books include, Injustice: Why social inequalities persist in 2010; So you think you know about Britain and Fair Play, both in 2011; in 2012 The No-nonsense Guide to Equality, The Visualization of Social Spatial Structure and The Population of the UK; and in 2013 Unequal Health, The 32 Stops and Population Ten Billion.

Before a career in academia Danny was employed as a play-worker in children's play-schemes and in pre-school education where the underlying rationale was that playing is learning for living. He tries not to forget this. He is an Academician of the Academy of the Learned Societies in the Social Sciences, Honorary President of the Society of Cartographers and a patron of Roadpeace, the national charity for road crash victims.

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Danny Liu

Associate Professor in Academic Development and Leadership, University of Sydney
Danny is an Associate Professor at the University of Sydney and works in the DVC (Education) Portfolio. A multiple national teaching award winner, he is a biologist by training, programmer by night, educational researcher and academic developer by day, and educator at heart.

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Danny Steed

Lecturer in Cyber Security, Cranfield University
Danny Steed is Lecturer in Cyber Security at Cranfield University. A lecturer, author, public speaker and consultant, Danny's experience covers the creation and delivery of numerous courses specialising in national security strategy to student, professional, and military cadres.

Danny also has experience of government service in operational cyber security as well as private industry consultancy.

His second book, The Politics and Technology of Cyberspace, was published by Routledge in 2019.

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Danny Ulrich

Operator, Goldfields Honey Ant Tours, Indigenous Knowledge

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Danny Weathers

Professor of Marketing, Clemson University
My research focuses, broadly, on consumer behavior and decision making. More specifically, I research consumer price and number judgements, patterned behavior (streaks), online information processing, agricultural marketing, and anything else I find interesting. My research has appeared in outlets such as the Journal of Marketing Research, Journal of Retailing, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, Decision Support Systems, Journal of Business Research, Journal of Advertising, and Marketing Education Review.

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Dante Chinni

Director, American Communities Project, Michigan State University
Dante Chinni is a data and political journalist and director of the American Communities Project, which is based at the MSU J-School. He is a winner of the Knight-Batten Award for Innovation in Journalism and co-author of the book Our Patchwork Nation. Chinni is a contributor to and writer for the Wall Street Journal and to NBC News's Meet the Press, for which he produces the weekly Data Download segment.

Starting in November of 2022, the American Communities Project is embarking on a three-year study of American Fragmentation, funded by a $2.4 million grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. That study will combine survey research, data analysis and on-the-ground reporting in an effort to better understand what is dividing the country and what might help stitch it back together.

A graduate of Michigan State, when Dante is not in East Lansing he can usually be found living in Washington with his wife Christina Ianzito and their dog Skeeter.

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Dante Scala

Professor of political science, University of New Hampshire
Dante Scala is an expert on the New Hampshire Primary, presidential politics, NH politics, political campaigns and debates, and the U.S. presidency.

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Danusha Jayawardana

Research Fellow in Health Economics, Monash University
Danusha Jayawardana is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Health Economics, Monash University.

Her current research focuses on mental health, economics of child and adolescent development and healthcare service use. Her other research interests extend to broad areas of Applied Microeconometrics and Development Economics, with a particular focus on adverse effects of issues such as child labour, child marriage in developing countries, and the effectiveness of social protection programs in addressing such issues.

Danusha received her PhD in Economics from the University of Adelaide in 2020 and was awarded the Dean’s Commendation for Doctoral Thesis Excellence. Prior to joining Monash, Danusha was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Queensland.

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Danushka Bollegala

I am Danushka Bollegala, a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) at the Department of Computer Science, The University of Liverpool, United Kingdom. See my short vita.

I am also a member of the Institute for Risk and Uncertainty of the University of Liverpool, and Global Research Center for Big Data Mathematics National Institute of Informatics (NII).

My research interests are Artificial Intelligence, Computational Linguistic and Web Mining. I have worked on various topics related to above fields such as measuring semantic and relational similarity from Web data, domain adaptation, sentiment analysis, social media, personal name disambiguation, name alias extraction, and information ordering in multi-document text summarization.

I have published my work in various conferences in Web, AI and NLP fields. See my list of publications. I teach Data Mining in the graduate school.

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Daphne Lee

Honorary Associate Professor in Geology/Paleontology, University of Otago
Daphne Lee carried out her undergraduate study and PhD research at the Geology Department, University of Otago, became a member of the academic staff and is now an Honorary Associate Professor. Her research interests include fossils of all kinds from diatoms to insects to plants and fish. Her main focus over the past two decades has been the study of the remarkable fossil site near Middlemarch called Foulden Maar. In 2017 she received the McKay Hammer, the premier award for geological research in New Zealand, based in part on publications on aspects of Foulden Maar.

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Daphne Martschenko

I am a PhD student at the University of Cambridge in the faculty of Education. My current research examines the ways in which behavioural genetics research on intelligence does and could shape how American educators conceptualize intelligence and student success. Specifically, I study how genetics research on IQ and educator understandings of intelligence may engage with the phenomenon of ethnic minority and low income underrepresentation in US gifted education programs.

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Daphne Joanna van der Pas

Associate Professor, University of Amsterdam
Daphne van der Pas is a political scientist. Her research interests include gender and politics, media coverage of politicians, representation and political leadership.

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Dara E. Purvis

Professor of law, Penn State
Professor Dara E. Purvis is a scholar of family law, contracts, feminist legal theory, and sexuality and the law. She is particularly interested in the intersection between gender stereotypes and the law. Her most recent work examines gendered impacts of the law and proposes neutralizing reforms, most recently in the context of how the law defines parenthood.

Prior to joining Penn State Law, Professor Purvis was a visiting assistant professor at the University of Illinois College of Law and a visiting fellow at the University of Kent Research Centre for Law, Gender, and Sexuality. A former editor-in-chief of the Yale Law Journal, she clerked for The Hon. Gerard E. Lynch, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and The Hon. Raymond C. Fisher, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

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Darcy White

Senior Lecturer in Visual Culture, Sheffield Hallam University
Darcy White is Senior Lecturer in Visual Culture at Sheffield Hallam University (SHU) where she teaches the history and theory of photography on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. White’s research concerns the visual representation of people and places in relation to issues such as class, gender and ethnicity. In recent years this has focussed on questions of social justice and the role played by visual culture in shaping understandings and attitudes to climate and ecological crises.

White has enjoyed a varied career in the visual arts – beginning as a painter and printmaker with a particular interest in landscape. From 1997 she taught art history for the Worker’s Education Association and ran Public and Community Arts Projects. She joined Sheffield Hallam University as a researcher in 2000, working on a sustained project to document the sculpture and monuments of Sheffield and South Yorkshire under the auspices of the Public Monuments and Sculpture Association, as part of their National recording Project. This culminated in a the publication of The Public Sculpture of Sheffield and South Yorkshire, Liverpool University Press (2015) for which she is editor and co-author.

In 2015 White founded the Northern Light Landscape Photography Research Group at SHU and has co-convened international conferences and co-curated related exhibitions. These have resulted in the production of three anthologies in the “Northern Light” series on landscape photography of the north, published by Transcript Verlag, for which she is co-editor and co-author: Northern Light: Landscape, Photography and Evocations of the North, 2018; Proximity and Distance in Northern Landscape Photography: Contemporary Criticism, Curation and Practice, 2020; Disturbed Ecologies: Photography, Geopolitics, and the Northern Landscape in the Era of Environmental Crisis, Spring 2023 (in press).

In 2018 White co-founded the Visual Activism Research Group at SHU to investigate contemporary political art and the aesthetic practices of social movements and protest across the globe. She is co-editor and co-author of Visual Activism in the 21st Century: Art, Protest and Resistance in an Uncertain World, Bloomsbury, 2022.

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Daren Ray

Assistant Professor of History, Brigham Young University
Daren Ray specialises in the history of Africa. He earned his PhD and MA in African history at the University of Virginia (2014/2008) and his BA in history at BYU (2006). He previously taught at the American University in Cairo, Connecticut College, and Auburn University.

His multidisciplinary research focuses on the creation of ethnic and religious identities in east Africa and has received support from Fulbright-Hays and Social Science Research Council fellowships.

He has published chapters in two books (Borderlands in World History and The Swahili World), articles in History in Africa and The Muslim World Journal, and co-edited a special issue on Muslim Modernities in The Muslim World Journal. His first book, Ethnicity, Identity and Conceptualizing Community in Indian Ocean East Africa, draws on linguistic, archaeological, ethnographic and archival research to demonstrate how communities in Africa adapted pre-colonial identities to modern contexts such as British imperialism, African nationalism and global Islamic movements.

His next project will offer a social history of waqfs (Islamic land trusts) in the western Indian Ocean that examines how east Africans reframed Islamic and British legal institutions to accommodate their notions of family and social obligations.

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Darian McBain

Visiting Professor in Practice, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment;, London School of Economics and Political Science
Darian McBain is a globally experienced Chief Sustainability Officer (CSO), advisor and board member. She is a world recognised expert, speaker and author on sustainability, ESG, supply chains, ocean economy, business human rights and sustainable finance. She is a UN SDG Pioneer for a Sustainable Ocean Economy 2021, a Fast Company Most Creative People in Business 2020, and was named one of Asia's Top Sustainability Superwomen.

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Darius Wainwright

University of Bristol
Darius Wainwright is a historian who specialises in the history of cultural relations, public diplomacy, and soft power. He primarily focuses on the spread of American norms, values, and ideas at both state and non-state levels in the Middle East, as well as US-Iran relations more broadly. Darius has also written extensively on the British Council's activities during the Cold War.

Darius' current research builds on his prior work. He is currently examining how American cultural bodies, like the Smithsonian Institute, facilitated cultural exchanges. He is also exploring how New York City used the 1964-65 World's Fair to engage with overseas governments and foreign publics.

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