Relevant Creators
Historian and professor emeritus of history at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Specialist on the Holocaust, known for his work documenting the Final Solution and the behavior of those implementing Nazi policies. Author of nine books, including Ordinary Men and The Origins of the Final Solution.
Podcaster and neuroscientist. Associate professor of neurobiology at Stanford University School of Medicine. Host of the Huberman Lab podcast, ranked among the top 10 podcasts on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. The podcast has over 3.5 million subscribers on YouTube.
Former president of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies and former co-director of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network. Professor of psychiatry at Boston University School of Medicine and president of the Trauma Research Foundation.
Novelist, editor, and travel writer. Best known for her bestselling novel A Little Life, which was shortlisted for the 2015 Booker Prize, and for being the editor-in-chief of T Magazine.
Words about psychology, philosophy, politics.
Psychiatrist with philosophical interests | @cwru | @aapp_PhilPsych @philpsychpsy | Subscribe to my Substack - Psychiatry at the Margins
Author | Reader | Over 280 non-fiction books read in 2020 | I interview amazing authors on my podcast (link in bio)
Filmmaker known for directing The Fault in Our Stars, Stuck in Love, and The New Mutants. Also directed episodes of the miniseries The Stand.
William and Miriam Meehan Professor in Adult Learning and Professional Development at Harvard Graduate School of Education. Educational Chair for the Institute for Management and Leadership in Education and co-director for the Change Leadership Group.
Survivor of German concentration camps during World War II. Author of the memoir "The Happiest Man on Earth", published at the age of 100 and became an immediate bestseller.
Researcher in evolutionary biology and evolutionary medicine. Co-authored the book "Why We Get Sick: The New Science of Darwinian Medicine" with George C. Williams. Explores the evolutionary origins of moral emotions and applies principles of evolutionary medicine to mental disorders in the book "Good Reasons for Bad Feelings: Insights from the Frontier of Evolutionary Psychiatry".
Journalist, author, and filmmaker. Known for reporting in-the-field on dirty, dangerous, and demanding occupations and the experience of infantry combat. Author of The Perfect Storm, which was adapted into a major motion picture. Covered the War in Afghanistan and wrote the book War, which served as the background for the documentary film Restrepo. Explores themes of brotherhood, trauma, and the relationship of the individual to society.