is Associate Professor of Political Science at Saint Olaf College. She has published numerous articles on political tolerance and on opposition to repressive regimes in Argentina. Paula O'Loughlin
is an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Minnesota, Morris. Her research interests include political psychology and human rights. Sam McFarland
is Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Psychology at Western Kentucky University. His research interests and publications focus on ethnocentrism, authoritarianism, human rights, and the psychology of religion.
Myron Peretz Glazer is Barbara Richmond Professor (Emeritus) in the Social Science in the Department of Sociology at Smith College.
Penina Migdal Glazer is Marilyn Levin Professor (Emeritus) of History at Hampshire College. The Glazers have published extensively, their publications include the coauthored books, The Whistleblowers: Exposing Corruption in Government and Industry (1989) and Environmental Crusaders: Confronting Disaster and Mobilizing Community (1998).
Sharon Toffey Shepela is Professor of Psychology at Hillyer College/University of Hartford. She is a social psychologist who in a 1999 paper coined the term "courageous resistance." Her research focuses on the conditions that foster courageous resistance and on the effects of discrimination on women and their children and the public policy implications of those effects.
Nathan Stoltzfus is Associate Professor of History at Florida State University and an author or editor of four books and numerous articles, published in seven languages, including the award-winning Resistance of the Heart: Intermarriage and the Rosenstrasse Protest in Nazi Germany (1996).