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Associate Professor of Philosophy
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
Lecturer in Anthropology
Assistant Professor of Economics
Clark A. Griffith Professor of Environmental Studies
environmental literature and ecocriticism, film analysis and film history, genre criticism and environmental, representations of water, Russian literature and cultural history, significance of water in cultural histories, women’s film and treatments of the natural world with a primary focus on Russia, women’s writing and ecocritical issues