Arien Mack, a psychology professor at New York City’s New School for Social Research, speaks at a New University in Exile Consortium event last week. Mack launched Endangered Scholars Worldwide in 2007 and now oversees the New University in Exile Consortium, which is bringing exiled scholars together for seminars, workshops and conferences.

Arien Mack, a psychology professor at New York City's New School for Social Research, speaks at a New University in Exile Consortium event last week. Mack launched Endangered Scholars Worldwide in 2007 and now oversees the New University in Exile Consortium, which is bringing exiled scholars together for seminars, workshops and conferences.

Arien Mack, a psychology professor at New York City’s New School for Social Research, speaks at a New University in Exile Consortium event last week. Mack launched Endangered Scholars Worldwide in 2007 and now oversees the New University in Exile Consortium, which is bringing exiled scholars together for seminars, workshops and conferences.

Arien Mack, a psychology professor at New York City’s New School for Social Research, speaks at a New University in Exile Consortium event last week. Mack launched Endangered Scholars Worldwide in 2007 and now oversees the New University in Exile Consortium, which is bringing exiled scholars together for seminars, workshops and conferences.