• Simon Apter

    Simon Maxwell Apter is a Prospect intern.

  • Christen Aragoni

    Christen Aragoni is a former Prospect senior editor. Her writing has also appeared in Bethesda Magazine, The Current Newspapers, The Ithaca Times, and other publications. She is at work on a novel.

  • Gabriel Arana

    Gabriel Arana is a senior editor at The American Prospect. His articles on gay rights, immigration, and media have appeared in publications including The New Republic, The Nation, Salon, The Advocate, and The Daily Beast.

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  • Julie Ardery

    Julie Ardery is the author of The Temptation: Edgar Tolson and the
    Genesis of Twentieth Century Folk Art
    . A sociologist, art critic, and poet,
    she lives in Austin, Texas.

  • Nan Aron

    Nan Aron is president and founder of Alliance for Justice.

  • Kate Aronoff

    Kate Aronoff is an organizer and freelance journalist based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. While in school, she worked extensively with the fossil fuel divestment movement on the local and national level, co-founding Swarthmore Mountain Justice and the Fossil Fuel Divestment Student Network (DSN). She is currently working to build a student power network across Pennsylvania.

  • Colin Asher

    Colin Asher is a freelance journalist. His writing has appeared in The Boston Globe, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Progressive, and many others. He blogs at 14%.

  • Henri Astier

    Henri Astier is a senior producer for the BBC World Service radio. He writes on international affairs.

  • Amjad Atallah

    Amjad Atallah is a co-director of the Middle East Task Force at the New America Foundation and served as a legal adviser to the Palestinian negotiating team during peace talks.

  • Iason Athanasiadis

    Iason Athanasiadis studied for an M.A. in Contemporary Iranian Studies at Tehran's School of International Relations and is currently a 2007–2008 Nieman Fellow at Harvard University. He spent 10 years covering the Middle East for many newspapers including the Asia Times, The Daily Telegraph and The Guardian.