Katherine Anderson

Dance Artist and Choreographer, In Noon Dance

Project: The Ethical Spectacle: Applications of Creative Grassroots Activism to the Anti-Corruption Movement

Anderson will generate and curate creative content--dance, video, site-specific installation and visual design--that responds to institutional corruption, specifically within the context of the U.S. Congress. Her project’s ultimate goal is to test new kinds of creative outreach tools as prototypes for other anti-corruption organizers.

Eugen Dimant

Eugen Dimant

Postdoctoral Fellow with the Behavioral Ethics Lab and Philosophy, Politics, and Economics group at the University of Pennsylvania
Research Fellow at the Center and Laboratory for Behavioral Operations and Economics (LBOE) at the University of Texas at Dallas

Eugen's research interests center on experimental and behavioral economics with a particular focus on crime and corruption.

Yuval Feldman

Yuval Feldman

Professor of Law, Bar-Ilan University

Yuval Feldman received his PhD in Jurisprudence and Social Policy from UC Berkeley in 2004. In 2011 he was a Fellow with the Edmond J.

Michael Johnston

Charles A. Dana Professor of Political Science at Colgate University

Project: "Hollowed Out: Corruption, Inequality, and the American Dream"

Michael Johnston (Ph. D. Yale University, 1977) is the Charles A. Dana Professor of Political Science at Colgate University in Hamilton, New York.