N.S. Palmer is an American mathematician. He holds other degrees in biology, chemistry, economics, and philosophy. In addition to teaching, he worked as a policy analyst on Capitol Hill and has written for numerous publications including The Jerusalem Post and The Jewish Journal of Los Angeles. His personal blog is here.
Rinth de Shadley is the pseudonym of a 2011 Mount Holyoke College alumna. She is now a physician. She likes literature, poetry, music, and mathematics, but she doesn’t understand football or talk radio. She plays piano well and violin badly. Her inspirations are Boudica, Rosalind Franklin, Hannah Arendt, Camille Paglia, Rachel Maddow, and Lady Gaga. Her Mount Holyoke blog is here.
Emmett DeMundi ("truth of the world") is the pseudonym of a Swiss polymath who was educated at Oxford and Cambridge Universities in the UK. He currently resides at an undisclosed location somewhere between Mitt Romney's conscience and Whoopi Goldberg's brain.
Thomas Babington Macaulay (1800-1859) was a British essayist and historian. His book The History of England was the second-best-selling book in the United States — second only to the Bible. His classic Lays of Ancient Rome re-imagined epic poetry of the Roman Empire, inspiring generations of people with tales of courage, determination, and heroism.
John Stuart Mill (1806-1873) was one of the most influential philosophers and economists of the 19th century. He is best known for On Liberty, his classic defense of individual freedom. He also wrote seminal works in logic and economics, as well as tirelessly supporting equal rights for women.