Don Graybill | Uzma Anzar | Margaret McLaughlin | Cynthia Prather | Renuka Pillay | Jon Silverstone | Sylvia Ellison | Rida Baidas | Vicky Frantz | Joanne Murphy | Sarah Havekost | Nima Abbaszadeh | Juliana Guaqueta | Marc Sommers
Marc Sommers began working on education issues two decades ago, when he served as a girls' high school headmaster in Kenya.
Since then, he
has worked on emergency and peace education, education during post-war reconstruction, the human rights of forced migrants, urban refugees and migrants, and community reconciliation.
has also explored the impact of war on children and youth in Africa as well as Colombia, El Salvador and Kosovo.
Dr. Sommers is currently CARE's Educational Psychologist/Youth-At-Risk Specialist for the BEPS Activity.
He also works as an international consultant and a Research Fellow at Boston University's African Studies Center.
publications include a book, "Fear in Bongoland: Burundi Refugees in Urban Tanzania," (Berghahn, 2001); a monograph, "The Dynamics of Coordination" (Humanitarianism and War Project, Tufts University
, 2000); and three articles: "Peace Education and Refugee Youth" (EPAU, UNHCR, 2001), "Emergency Education for Children" (Center for Int'l.
, 1999), and "Young, Male and Pentecostal: Urban Refugees in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania " (Journal of Refugee Studies 14(4), 2001).
is fluent in Swahili, proficient in Spanish, and has a working knowledge of French.