Robert Emmons teaches filmmaking, electronic media, and comic book history. His own work uses film and writing to explore the diversity of American popular culture.
Howard Gillette has authored, co-authored or edited a number of books, including Between Justice and Beauty: Race, Planning and the Failure of Urban Policy in Washington, D.C. and Washington Seen: A Photographic History, 1875-1965. He is the president of the Society for American City and Regional Planning History.
Wayne Glasker is director of African-American Studies Program and the author of the book Black Students in the Ivory Tower: African American Student Activism at the University of Pennsylvania, 1967-1990.