Graduate Field Faculty

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Begüm Adalet
Political Theory; contemporary political theory, history of cold war, political & social thought colonalism and development, US & Middle East

David Bateman 
American Politics; American political institutions/Congress; American political development; Race in American Politics; American constitutionalisms

Richard Bensel
American Politics; American political development, political economy, state theory, parties and elections

Mabel Berezin
Comparative and Historical Sociology; Culture, Political Institutions and Ideologies, Theory, Qualitative Methods, Economy and Society

Dina Bishara
Comparative Politics; authoritarianism, state-labor relations, social and protest movements. Regional focus: Middle East and North Africa

Allen Carlson
International Relations; Chinese foreign policy

Alexandra Cirone
Comparative Politics; historical political economy, democratization and party systems in new democracies, and multi-level governance in European politics

Stephen Coate
Political Economy; formal theory; campaigns and elections; electoral system

Maria Lorena Cook
Comparative Politics; Latin America, Mexico; political economy, comparative labor movements, social movements

Peter Enns
American Politics; public opinion; representation; quantitative methods

Matthew Evangelista
International Relations; ethical issues in international affairs. Comparative Foreign Policy

Gustavo Flores-Macias
Comparative Politics; Research interests: comparative political economy; state building; migration; organized crime

Jason Frank
Political Theory; American Political Thought, Democratic Theory

Jill Frank
Political Theory; Ancient Political Thought, Democratic Theory

Sergio Garcia-Rios
American Politics; Latina/o politics, immigration, race and ethnics politics, political participation, and political methodology

William Hobbs
American Politics; political methodology

Peter J. Katzenstein
International Relations; security policy and political economy; relation between international and domestic politics; Germany in Europe and Japan in Asia

Sabrina M. Karim
Comparative Politics; conflict, statebuilding, gender, security sector reform, peacekeeping, field experiments

Sarah Kreps
International Relations; interstate and intrastate conflict; international cooperation and institutions; nonproliferation studies; post-Cold War international order; international law and the use of force

Douglas L. Kriner
American Politics; American political institutions and the separation of powers

Adam Levine
American Politics; Research interests: political behavior; political participation; campaigns and elections; public opinion

Odette Lienau
International Relations; international law and international relations; international political economy; sovereign debt; international political and legal theory

Alexander Livingston
Political Theory; History of Political Thought; Democratic Theory; American Political Thought; Pragmatism; Political Ethics; Politics of Nonviolence

Joseph Margulies
American Politics; American political culture; the national security state; race and criminal justice

Patchen Markell
Political Theory; contemporary political theory; the history of political thought (especially in Europe and North America); the thought of Hannah Arendt and its transatlantic contexts

Suzanne Mettler
American Politics; Minor Public Policy, American political development, public policy, political behavior, gender and politics; race and politics

Jamila Michener
American Politics; poverty and inequality, political participation, race and ethnic politics, urban politics, public policy

Richard Miller
Political thought and international relations; ethics of international relations, transnational economic relations & war; social justice, status of economic equality, autonomy and community; global power structure; social movements

Victor Nee
Political Theory; Economic Sociology, Stratification/Inequality, Immigration and Race, Transitions from State Socialism

Thomas Pepinsky
Comparative Politics; International Relations; comparative and international political economy; authoritarianism; Southeast Asia

Aziz Rana
American Politics; American political and constitutional thought; American political development; democratic theory; history of social movements; comparative law of postcolonial states

Rachel Beatty Riedl
Comparative Politics; Democracy and Autocracy, Regime Transitions; Religion and Politics; Political Party Systems; Historical Institutionalism; Governance and Decentralization, African Politics

Kenneth Roberts
Comparative Politics; Latin American politics, comparative political economy, party systems and political representation, labor and social movements

Bryn Rosenfeld
Comparative Politics; public opinion, political behavior, democratization, protest, survey methodology, authoritarian regimes, post-communist politics

Diane Rubenstein
Political Thought; Contemporary continental political theory Derrida, Foucault, Baudrillard, Lacan, Althusser, Bourdieu, Agamben), Psychoanalysis and politics, Political Rhetoric, Western Marxism, Comparative ideology, Visual Studies

M. Elizabeth Sanders
American Politics; American political development, social movements, regulation, the presidency, urban ecology and politics, domestic sources of foreign policy

Jed Stiglitz
American Politics; law, courts, bureaucracy

Jeremy Wallace
Comparative Politics; Authoritarianism, Chinese politics, urbanization, redistribution, and information

Nicolas van de Walle
Comparative Politics; Political economy of development, with a special focus on Africa; on democratization, and on the politics of economic reform.

Steven Ward
International Relations; International Security, Great Power Politics, Status in International Relations, Domestic Politics and Foreign Policy

Christopher Way
International Relations; International political economy

Jessica Chen Weiss
International Relations; Domestic politics in international relations, Chinese politics and foreign policy, nationalism, xenophobia, and popular protest, state society relations in authoritarian regimes, US-China relations