Senior Fellow in International and Public Affairs Visiting Professor of the Practice of Political Science
Areas of Interest: Legislative behavior, use and abuse of Congressional procedure; campaigns and elections; appropriations process, the budget process and earmarks; roots and history of ideological and partisan polarization in the American political culture.
Areas of Interest: Indigenous and other subjugated knowledge systems, science and technology policy in the Global South, Black transnationalism and history of black resistance (USA, Southern Africa, Brazil), critical black geographies, transformation of higher education systems.
Paul Dupee University Professor of Social Science Professor of Anthropology and Italian Studies
Areas of Interest: Italian politics and society, role of symbolism and ritual in politics, history of Vatican relations with the Italian state, modern history of anti-Semitism, the history of the family in Europe.
Director of Postdoctoral Program David and Marianna Fisher University Professor of International Relations
Areas of Interest: International relations, American Foreign and Defense Policy, psychological aspects of decision-making, especially risk taking and emotion, gender, biological and genetic aspects of political attitudes and preferences, social identity, experiments, intelligence, cyber
Interim Director of the Graduate Program in Development Mahatma Gandhi Associate Professor of Political Science and International and Public Affairs
Areas of Interest: Comparative politics, political economy of development, social welfare, identity politics including ethnic politics and nationalism, and gender politics, politics of South Asia and East Asia.