MICHAEL HARRINGTON CENTER STAFF

               Mark Rosenblum, Director
                    Mr. Rosenblum is a history professor at Queens College of the City
                    University  who has spoken and written extensively as a Middle East
                    political analyst and been involved in numerous efforts to facilitate
                    Middle East conflict resolution.
                     He is completing a forthcoming book, Two Jerusalems, One Peace:
                    Capitalizing On Reality.
 
 

               Raymond S. Franklin, Director Emeritus

                  . Dr. Franklin received his Ph.D. in economics at the University of California, Berkeley.
                    His three published books are: American Capitalism: Two Visions
                    (Random House), The Political Economy of Racism (Holt, Rhinehart &
                    Winston), and Shadows of Race and Class (University of Minnesota
                    Press). He has written numerous articles on race, class and urban issues
                    and is now working on Ex-Prisoners on the Road to Redemption and
                    Postindustrial Blues: Ideologies of Paradigms Lost.
                    Ray Franklin continues to be actively  engaged with the Center especially
                    with its publications.
 

                Eileen G. Moran, Ph.D., Associate Director

                    Dr. Moran  co-edited Violence Aqainst Women: the
                    Bloody Footprints  with Pauline Bart, published by Sage in 1993
                .   Her  research interests include educational equity, women in political
                    party organizations, power in interpersonal and organizational settings, and
                    organizational policies and practices which foster inclusiveness or
                    exclusion. Dr. Moran earned her Ph.D. at the Graduate Center of the City
                    University of New York.

            John Vogelsang, Ph.D.

                   Dr. Vogelsang has been working with nonprofits for over twenty years
                    and is currently a Fellow at the Michael Harrington Center at Queens
                    College (CUNY) and a Senior Consultant with the Support Center for
                    Nonprofit Management. He has had extensive experience conducting
                    organizational assessments, action/research projects, management and
                    board retreats, and support groups for executive directors. Dr. Vogelsang
                    has consulted with nonprofit organizations in the areas of organizational
                    development, planning, and conflict management, and he has published
                    many articles and monographs on organizational development, leadership
                    issues, social justice.
 

               Denise Pagano, the Administrative Assistant for the Center

                     Ms. Pagano has been with the Center since 1994.