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Elmer W. Campbell Professor of Economics
Assistant Professor of Biology and Neuroscience
Professor of Earth and Climate Sciences
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
Associate Professor of Education
anthropology of education, cultural change, cultural production theory, education in humanitarian aid policy, ethnographic approaches to education, forced migration and education, foundational studies in education, gender identity formation, narrating lives in school, post colonial studies in education