Darius Rejali is a professor of political science at Reed College and an expert on government torture and interrogation. Iranian-born, Rejali has spent his scholarly career reflecting on violence, and, specifically, reflecting on the causes, consequences, and meaning of modern torture in our world.
Daniel Orr is the chef owner of FARMbloomington. He draws from a lifelong curiosity about individual ingredients, extensive training in the art of finding food’s essence and flavor, and worldwide travel. He calls his cuisine “real food.” He spoke with Yael Ksander.
Katrina vanden Heuvel has been the editor of The Nation since 1995 and publisher since 2005. She is a frequent commentator on American and international politics on TV, and her articles have appeared in The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, and The New York Times. Owen Johnson conducted the interview.
Journalist Alexandra Robbins has written several books addressing the pressures and obstacles that young women face on the road to success. She has written for a wide range of magazines, including the Washington Post, Cosmopolitan, and the New Yorker.
Sol Gordon is a Professor of Child and Family Studies at Syracuse University. He is also founder of the Institute for Family Research and Education. Mr. Gordon has written many books on family and child rearing.
Warren Adler, the author of 30 novels and short story collections, sits down for an interview with Profiles.