The Thomas and Dorothy Litwin Professor of American Studies, Cornell University
Glenn C. Altschuler is the Thomas and Dorothy Litwin Professor of American Studies at Cornell University and former dean of the School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions. He received his PhD in American history from Cornell in 1976 and has been an administrator and teacher at Cornell since 1981. He is the author or coauthor of 11 books and more than 1,000 essays and reviews. His latest book, coauthored with Faust F. Rossi, is Ten Great American Trials: Lessons in Advocacy.
An animating force in the program in American studies at Cornell, Altschuler has won several awards for teaching and undergraduate advising, including the Clark Teaching Award, the Donna and Robert Paul Award for Excellence in Faculty Advising, the Kendall S. Carpenter Memorial Award for Outstanding Advising, and the Stephen H. Weiss Presidential Fellowship.
For more information about Glenn, including a complete bibliography, please visit his website.
The Maxwell M. Upson Emeritus Professor of Government and adjunct professor at the Cornell Law School
Sidney Tarrow is the Emeritus Maxwell M. Upson Professor of Government at Cornell University and adjunct professor at the Cornell Law School. He came to Cornell in 1973, with a PhD from Berkeley after teaching at Yale. He has taught courses at the University of Pavia and Trento and at the Institut des Sciences Politiques in Paris. His most recent books are Power in Movement (third ed., 2011), Strangers at the Gates (2012), The Language of Contention (2013), and War, States, and Contention (2015). He recently co-edited, with David S. Meyer, The Resistance: The Dawn of the Anti-Trump Opposition Movement (2018).