Who We Are
Peace Corps Volunteer
Professor of Anthropology
Glenn is a former Peace Corps volunteer on Utrok Atoll (1975-77) and is currently Assoc. Professor of Anthropology [adj] at John Jay College of Criminal Justice/CUNY and William Paterson University of NJ. Glenn was an advisor for the Nuclear Claims Tribunal, testified numerous times before the U.N. on behalf of the Marshallese, and has written articles for CounterPunch, The Ecologist, the Nation, and more.
Glenn resides in Washington Heights, NYC
Andrew A. Fuchs
Co-founder & Webmaster, AtomicAtolls.org
Andrew Fuchs is a graduate of William Paterson University, a NYC based street photographer and a renegade from corporate America. Formally educated in business, he has since left his corporate life and is creating a new identity for himself in the NYC street photography and arts communities.
You can see his work on his Instagram at @AndrewFox718
Andrew resides in Flatbush, Brooklyn, NYC.
Kai is a world-renowned sociologist and author, and is the William R. Kenan, Jr., Professor Emeritus of Sociology and American Studies at Yale University. He served as the 76th president of the American Sociological Association. He also worked with Glenn Alcalay on a research visit to RMI in 2002, and can be heard in some of our interview clips.
You can keep up to date on Kai's work on AtomicAtolls, and here: https://sociology.yale.edu/people/kai-erikson
Kai resides in Hamden, CT