Theodore Dalrymple is a physician who regularly sees patients in an English prison. He is a contributing editor of City Journal, a columnist for the London Spectator, and a frequent contributor to the Daily Telegraph.
John J. Dilulio Jr. is a professor at Princeton University, an adjunct fellow of the Manhattan Institute, and director of the Brookings Institutions Center for Public Management.
Edward L. Glaeser is a professor of economics at Harvard University. He wrote his article during his tenure as Arch W. Shaw National Fellow at the Hoover Institution.
Kay S. Hymowitz a City Journal contributing editor, has written about children and education for The New Republic, Dissent, the New York Times, and Newsday.
Erin Isikoff teaches English literature at Columbia University. She writes and lectures about aesthetics and politics.
Rita Kramer is a contributing editor of City Journal and author of numerous books, including At a Tender Age: Violent Youths and Juvenile Justice. She has written for the Wall Street Journal, Commentary, the New York Times Magazine, and The Wilson Quarterly.
Heather Mac Donald is a contributing editor of City Journal. Her articles have also appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, The New Republic, and The New Criterion.
Roger Scruton is a writer and philosopher who lives in England. His books include Modern Philosophy, Sexual Desire, The Aesthetics of Architecture, A Dove Descending and Other Stories, and Xanthippic Dialogues. He is a regular contributor to the London Times and editor of The Salisbury Review.
Kenneth Silber writes about politics and economics. His articles have appeared in City Journal, Commentary, the Washington Times, Insight, Reason, and other publications.
David Watkin is a fellow of Peterhouse and a reader in the history of architecture at the University of Cambridge. His books include Morality and Architecture and A History of Western Architecture. His new book, published this spring, is Sir John Soane: Enlightenment Thought and the Royal Academy Lectures.