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Associate Professor of Politics
Professor of Politics
American political development, archival research, citizenship theory, civil rights law, gender, institutional development, interview-based studies, judicial development, judicial politics, LGBT politics, political sociology, post-war civil rights mobilization, progressive era politics, qualitative methods, race, sexuality, social movements, U.S. constitutional law, U.S. politics
Professor of Politics and Associate Dean of the Faculty
common pool resources, conflict and cooperation over fisheries; oil; wind, coupled human and natural systems, fisheries management regimes, global warming, impacts on ocean governance, international cooperation, international political economy, international relations, ocean governance, territorial boundaries