Francis Abiola Irele, formerly Professor of French, University of Ibadan, Nigeria, was for several years Professor of African, French, and Comparative Literature at the Ohio State University. After retiring from Ohio State in 2003, he became Visiting...More
Rebecca Irvin is Director of the Rolex Awards program. She lives in Switzerland.
Gregory Irvine, Senior Curator in the Asian department of the Victoria and Albert Museum, has published widely on many aspects of Japanese art, and has held senior teaching positions both in the UK and Japan. There are also essays by Tayfun Belgin,...More
Martin Irvine is director of the Communication, Culture, and Technology Program in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Georgetown University, where he is also associate professor of English. He co-directs the Labyrinth, a World Wide Web server for...More
Bruce Irving produced This Old House for public broadcasting for 17 years before venturing off into his own home-renovation consulting business. He is also a contributor to Design New England magazine, published bimonthly by the Boston Globe....More
John Isaac was a UN photographer from 1969 to 1998 and has worked with the Sierra Club and UNICEF. Widely recognized as one of the great digital printers, he lives in Bronxville, New York.
Walter Isaacson lives in Washington, DC, where he is the president and CEO of the Aspen Institute. He is the author of acclaimed, best-selling biographies of Albert Einstein, Benjamin Franklin, and Henry Kissinger.
David Isay is an award-winning radio producer and regular contributor to National Public Radio. He lives in New York City.
Page Ivey is a reporter for the Associated Press and was a
longtime editor and reporter for The State, a Columbia, SC,
daily. She has worked in South Carolina for over 20 years
and now lives in Columbia.
Richard B. Ivry, Ph.D., is Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience and Director of the Institute of Cognitive and Brain Sciences at the University of California, Berkeley. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Oregon in 1986. His research focuses on...More
Shanto Iyengar teaches political science and communications at Stanford University. He has authored or edited several books, including News That Matters, Is Anyone Responsible? and Explorations in Political Psychology. Iyengar is also...More