Political Scientists in Support of the For The People Act of 2021

We, the undersigned political scientists, write at this moment of crisis for American democracy to urge Congress to pass H.R.1 and S.1., the For The People Act of 2021.


A strong commitment to democratic ideals has long animated political science. We write now because the urgency of the moment demands that we speak out. The stakes could not be higher. The crisis of American democracy is upon us, with consequences none of us can or should ignore. The window of opportunity for reform is likely to be brief. Congressional inaction will not simply preserve the status quo—it will invite further attacks on American democracy.


This year alone, a quarter of state legislatures, all controlled by Republicans, have passed restrictive voting laws that make it more difficult for Americans to vote. These laws shorten windows for early voting, restrict access to mail voting, tighten or impose voter ID requirements, make it easier to remove voters from the voter rolls, eliminate Election Day registration, and reduce the number of polling places available to voters.


The Republican Party’s attacks on voting rights weaken democracy for all Americans, but they disproportionately burden communities of color, the poor, young people, and less frequent voters. This is by design: the purpose of these laws is to ensure that Republican-leaning voters constitute a majority of votes cast, even if they are a minority of the electorate.


Efforts to restrict the vote, though alarming, represent only one threat to the health and stability of American democracy. Special interest groups and lobbyists wield outsized power in the halls of Congress, with their influence often unknown to most Americans. And most pressingly, state legislatures increasingly engage in extreme partisan gerrymandering, which dilutes the voting power of millions of Americans and risks enshrining minority rule for the foreseeable future.


The For The People Act would counteract these threats to democracy by expanding voting access, creating new campaign finance and ethics rules that make officeholders more accountable to voters, and stopping extreme partisan gerrymandering.


The right to vote is sacred and “is preservative of other basic civil and political rights.” Access to the ballot should be expanded, not burdened or restricted. Pro-democracy voting reforms, like those included in the For The People Act, help ensure that all Americans, regardless of place or station, can freely engage in the electoral process. Federal action to protect voting rights is urgently needed to counteract restrictive voting laws at the state level.


Automatic voter registration (AVR) and same-day registration (SDR) would remove major hurdles to voting, bringing US voter registration in line with other democracies. Citizens who interact with government agencies like the DMV would be automatically registered so they can vote or not vote as they choose. Everyone else will be able to register at their polling place. Research shows that AVR significantly boosts voter registration rates, and SDR increases turnout for everyone, especially young people.


Making Election Day a federal holiday would bring the United States in line with most other democracies. As research consistently shows, the most commonly cited reasons for not voting are time and scheduling constraints.


Expanding vote-by-mail options makes voting more convenient and accessible. Studies have shown that vote-by-mail policies increase voter turnout, especially among young people, the working class, and voters of color. Where implemented, vote-by-mail is popular, as it helps voters avoid long lines at the polling place and gives them more time with their ballot to decide how to vote.


Additional voting rights provisions—including reversing strict voter ID laws in the states, authorizing 16- and 17-year-olds to pre-register to vote, and restoring voting rights to ex-felons—are critical to ensuring that all American citizens are able to vote.


Studies have shown that these reforms increase voter turnout to varying degrees. More than that, these reforms make voting less burdensome and less costly. There is also no evidence that any of the pro-democracy reforms proposed would reduce turnout, threaten the integrity or security of elections, or otherwise weaken democracy.


As political scientists, we understand the importance of legislative compromise. However, there are no studies that find voter ID laws have any positive effect on turnout or prevent fraud. As a policy, it finds no support in the literature. In a democracy, the exacting burden of proof should be on those who seek to burden or restrict the franchise. And this is a burden that proponents of voter ID laws simply cannot meet.


The campaign finance provisions would directly address the disproportionate influence that wealthy Americans and corporations have over elections and policymaking. Current campaign finance regulations are woefully inadequate: candidates have little incentive to follow the law or to prioritize voters’ policy preferences, and super PACs and other groups regularly flood elections with money from anonymous donors.


The For The People Act would establish a viable small-donor public financing system that congressional candidates can use to fund their campaigns, opening the political system to Americans traditionally left out due to socioeconomic status and background. It would increase transparency in online political advertising and in political spending by dark money groups and super PACs. And it would reinvigorate a broken Federal Election Commission that has been rendered inoperable by partisan gridlock.


Finally, and perhaps most critically, the anti-gerrymandering provisions would prohibit the current practice of drawing legislative districts with extreme partisan bias. Partisan gerrymandering distorts the democratic representation of Americans. Left unchecked, it threatens to solidify minority rule in state legislatures and Congress. If this happens, America will no longer be a democracy. As we enter a redistricting cycle, Congress must act to prevent the kind of extreme gerrymandering we have witnessed in recent years.


A Do or Die Moment For American Democracy


As we state at the outset, this is a moment of crisis for American democracy. Time is running out for those who believe in its ideals to do anything about it. Members of Congress take an oath to defend the Constitution of the United States—a document that, over time, has come to guarantee the rights and liberties of more Americans from more diverse backgrounds.


From abolitionists to suffragists, to those who marched and were beaten on the Edmund Pettus Bridge, to those who take to the streets today, countless Americans have put their lives and livelihoods on the line to expand and protect voting rights. As a result, enshrined in the 15th, 19th, 24th, and 26th Amendments is “the right of citizens of the United States to vote”–a right that “shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or any state” on account of race, sex, economic status, or age.


Each of these amendments explicitly states that “The Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.”


At a time when voting rights are under assault across the country, Congress should not allow any obstacle—including the filibuster—to prevent it from fulfilling this sacred obligation. In the face of grave threats to our democracy, an absolute allegiance to the filibuster in its current form is both short-sighted and reckless.


The For The People Act is a pro-democracy law designed to counteract anti-democratic forces in the states. But it is more than that. Its passage would represent a major step forward in strengthening democracy for all Americans.


We call on members of Congress to act urgently to pass this important legislation, and we encourage our fellow citizens to demand action now.


Adam Bonica

Associate Professor of Political Science

Stanford University


Jacob Grumbach

Assistant Professor of Political Science

University of Washington


Charlotte Hill

PhD Candidate

University of California, Berkeley


Hakeem Jefferson

Assistant Professor of Political Science

Stanford University

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Kristen Aanstoos

PhD Candidate

University of California, Irvine


Susan Ariel Aaronson

Research Professor and Director, Digital trade and Data Governance Hub

George Washington University


Lamis Abdelaaty

Assistant Professor

Syracuse University


Neil A. Abrams

Berkeley


Jeffrey Abramson

Professor of Government

University of Texas at Austin


Teresa Acuña

Harvard Kennedy School of Government


Sean Aday

Associate Professor

George Washington University


Claire Adida

Associate Professor

UC San Diego


Christopher Adolph

Associate Professor

University of Washington


John Ahlquist

Professor

UC San Diego


Amel Ahmed

Associate Professor

University of Massachusetts Amherst


Emilia Aiello

Postdoctoral Researcher

Harvard Kennedy School


Sener Akturk

Associate Professor

Koc University, Istanbul, Turkey


Nicolette Alayon

Graduate Student

Northwestern University


Bethany Albertson

Associate Professor

University of Texas at Austin


Cecile Alduy

Professor

Stanford University


Ange-Marie Hancock Alfaro

Dean’s Professor & Chair, Dept. of Political Science and International Relations

University of Southern California


Carlos Algara

Assistant Professor, Department of Politics & Government

Claremont Graduate University


Geoff Allen

University of Utah


Joshua Allen

Graduate Student

Georgia State University


Susan Allen

Associate Professor

University of Mississippi


Feyaad Allie

PhD Candidate

Stanford University


Karyn Amira

Associate Professor (Aug 2021)

College of Charleston


Eva Anduiza

Professor

Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain)


Abhay Aneja

Assistant Professor

UC Berkeley School of Law


Sara Angevine

Assistant Professor

Whittier College


Elisabeth Anker

Associate Professor of American Studies and Political Science

George Washington University


Brittany Anlar

Doctoral Candidate

Rutgers University


Ben Appel

Associate Professor

Michigan State University


Janni Aragon

Director

U of Victoria


Kevin Arceneaux

Professor

Sciences Po


Ian Archbold

Graduate Student

Georgetown University


Margaret Ariotti

Assistant Professor

University of Georgia


Maneesh Arora

Assistant Professor

Wellesley College


Chano Arreguin-Abarca

PhD student

Rice University


Richard T. Ashcroft

Lecturer

UC Berkeley


David Attewell

PhD

UNC Chapel Hill


Paul Atwell

University of Michigan


Deborah Avant

Professor

University of Denver


Julia Azari

Associate professor

Marquette University


Flavio Azevedo

Senior Researcher

Friedrich-Schiller Universität


Daniel Bailey

Assistant Professor of Political Science

Presbyterian College


Jack Bailey

Research Associate

The University of Manchester, UK


Andrew Baker

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Stanford University


Lauren Balasco

Assistant Professor of Political Science

Stockton University


Cristina Balboa

Associate Professor

Baruch College - City University of New York


Thomas J. Baldino

Emeritus Professor of Political Science

Wilkes University


Andy Ballard

Assistant Professor

American University


Huss Banai

Indiana University-Bloomington


Sayan Banerjee

Postdoctoral Research Associate

University of Virginia


Navin Bapat

Professor

UNC-Chapel Hill


Eyal Bar

Adjunct/Precariate Laborer

Arizona State University, University of Arizona, rotating Adjunct positions


Sotirios Barber

Professor of Political Science

University of Notre Dame


Alexander Barder

Associate Professor

Florida International University


Brendan Bargmann

American University by


Naazneen Barma

Associate Professor

University of Denver


Kevin M. Baron

Assistant Professor

Austin Peay State University


David Bateman

Associate Professor

David Bateman


Alyssa Battistoni

Environmental Fellow

Harvard University


John Baughman

Associate Professor of Politics

Bates College


Sherrie Baver

Professor

The City College and The Graduate Center-CUNY


David Beavers

PhD student

Harvard University


Sam Beckenhauer

PhD Student

Virginia Tech


Karen Beckwith

Flora Stone Mather Professor

Case Western Reserve University


Jenna Bednar

Professor of Political Science and Public Policy

University of Michigan


Lisa Garcia Bedolla

Professor

University of California, Berkeley


Susanne Beechey

Associate Professor of Politics

Whitman College


E.d. Bello-Pardo

Doctoral Candidate

American University


Cristina Beltran

Associate Professor

New York


Salah Ben Hammou

Ph.D. Student

University of Central Florida


Jonathan Bendor

Professor of Political Economy

Stanford University


Seyla Benhabib

Professor of Political Science and Philosophy Emerita and Professor Adjunct of

Law

Yale,Emerita and Columbia Law School


Andrea Benjamin

Associate Professor

University of Oklahoma


Michael Bernhard

Ehrlich Professor of Political Science, Editor, Perspectives on Politics

University of Florida


Rachel Bernhard

Assistant Professor

UC Davis


R. B. Bernstein

Lecturer in Law and Politics

Department of Political Science, City College of New York


Trey Billing

Postdoctoral Fellow

The Ohio State University


Benjamin G. Bishin

Professor

UC Riverside


Prad Biswas

Rice University


Shampa Biswas

Judge & Mrs. Timothy A. Paul Chair of Political Science and Professor of

Politics

Whitman College


Rachel Bitecofer

Chief Strategist

Non-Academic


Alexandra Blackman

Assistant Professor

Cornell University


Douglas Blair

Professor Emeritus of Economics and Political Science

Rutgers University


Robert Blair

Assistant Professor of Political Science and International and Public Affairs

Brown University


Christopher Blair

Ph.D. Candidate

University of Pennsylvania


Graeme Blair

Assistant Professor of Political Science

UCLA


Jessica Blatt

Associate Professor of Political Science

Marymount Manhattan Collefe


Erik Bleich

Charles A. Dana Professor of Political Science

Middlebury College


Scott Blinder

Associate Professor

University of Massachusetts, Amherst


Mia Bloom

Professor

Georgia State University


Christiana Boehme

Student

Emory University


Tabitha Bonilla

Assistant Professor

Northwestern University


Zack Bonner

Lecturer

Iowa State University


Anne Boustead

Assistant Professor

University of Arizona


Geoff Bowden

Associate Professor

Savannah State University


Daniel Bowen

Associate Professor of Political Science

The College of New Jersey


Jennifer Bowie

Associate Professor

University of Richmond


Harold Bowser

Professor of Law and Politics

Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University


Daniel Braaten

Associate Professor

Texas Lutheran University


Ana Bracic

Assistant Professor

Michigan State University


Ted Brader

Professor of Political Science

University of Michigan


Benjamin Bradlow

Postdoctoral Fellow

Harvard University, Weatherhead Center For International Affairs


Henry E. Brady

Dean and Professor of Political Science and Public Policy

Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley


Jessica Maves Braithwaite

Associate Professor

University of Arizona


Shawna M. Brandle

Professor

Kingsborough Community College


Mark Brandt

Assistant Professor

Michigan State University


Jacqueline Braveboy-Wagner

Professor

City University of New York


Joshua Braver

Assistant Professor

University of Wisconsin Law School


Laura C Breen

PhD Student in Political Science and International Relations

University of Southern California


Bernard Brennan

Assistant Professor

Johnson & Wales University


Jori Breslawski

Postdoctoral Fellow

Brown University


Corey Brettschneider

Professor of Political Science

Brown University


Susan Brewer-Osorio

Assistant Professor

University of Arizona


Christine Bricker

Professor of Political Science (unranked)

Warren Wilson College


Rebecca Bromley-Trujillo

Associate Professor

Christopher Newport University


John Brooks

Assistant Professor

Auburn University at Montgomery


Wendy Brown

Class of 1936 Chair

UC Berkeley


Mackenzie Brown

Graduate Student

The George Washington University School of Political Management


Heath Brown

Associate Professor

City University of New York, John Jay College and Grad Center


Colin Brown

Assistant Teaching Professor

Northeastern University


Crystal Brown

WPI


Jeff Broxmeyer

University of Toledo


Jason Brozek

Associate Professor of Government

Lawrence University


James D Bryan

PhD Student

American University


Laura C. Bucci

Assistant Professor of Political Science

Saint Joseph’s University


Nicholas Buccola

Elizabeth & Morris Glicksman Chair in Political Science

Linfield University


Jeremy Buchman

Associate Professor of Political Science

Long Island University


Chris Buck

Associate Professor of Government

St. Lawrence University


Noah Buckley

Assistant Professor

Trinity College Dublin


Jessie Bullock

PhD Candidate

Harvard


Mark Buntaine

Associate Professor

University of California, Santa Barbara


Susan Burgess

Distinguished Professor of Political Science

Ohio University


Peter Francis Burns Jr.

Professor of Political Science

Soka University of America


Robert Busque

Political Science Alumni

Southern Connecticut State University


Jennifer Bussell

Associate Professor

University of California, Berkeley


Austin Bussing

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Dianne Bystrom

Director Emerita, Catt Center for Women and Politics

Iowa State University


William Callison

Visiting Assistant Professor of Government and Law

Lafayette College


Daniela Cammack

Assistant Professor

University of California, Berkeley


Susanna Campbell

Assistant Professor

American University


David Campbell

Packey J. Dee Professor of American Democracy

University of Notre Dame


Peter F. Cannavo

Professor of Government

Hamilton College


Devon Cantwell

Graduate Student

University of Utah


Peter Carey

PhD Candidate

University of California Merced


Tony E. Carey Jr

Associate Professor

University of North Texas


John M Carey

Wentworth Professor in the Social Sciences

Dartmouth College


Daniel Carpenter

Allie S. Freed Professor of Government

Harvard University


Julio F Carrion

Associate Professor

University of Delaware


Ralph Carter

Professor

TCU


Miguel Carter, Phd

Director

DEMOS - Center for Democracy, Creativity and Social Inclusion


Leo Casey

Executive Director

Albert Shanker Institute


Adam Casey

Research Fellow

University of Michigan


Dan Cassino

Professor

Fairleigh Dickinson University


Raquel Centeno

PhD Student

University of Southern California


John Chamberlin

Professor Emeritus of Political Science and Public Policy

University of Michigan


Arturo Chang

Assistant Professor

University of Toronto


Ellen Chapin

PhD Candidate

Stanford University


Sara Chatfield

Assistant Professor

University of Denver


Houchang Chehabi

Professor of International Relations and History

Boston University


Ani Chen

PhD Candidate

Cornell University


Erica Chenoweth

Frank Stanton Professor of the First Amendment

Harvard University


Joshua Cherniss

Associate Professor of Government

Georgetown University


Julie Chernov

Associate Professor

Goucher College


Sivaram Cheruvu

Assistant Professor of Political Science

University of Texas at Dallas


Chinbo Chong

postdoc/visiting assistant professor

Indiana University


Robert Christensen

Professor

Brigham Young University


Leah Christiani

University of Tennessee


Jennifer Chudy

Assistant Professor of Political Science

Wellesley College


Erin Cikanek

Graduate Student

University of Michigan


John W. Cioffi

Associate Professor of Political Science

University of California, Riverside


Alexandra Cirone

Assistant Professor

Cornell University


Andrew Civettini

Associate Professor

Knox College


Kelly Clancy

Nebraska Wesleyan University


Richard Clark

Professor of Political Science

Castleton University


Richard Clark

Incoming Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Princeton University


Amanda Clark, Phd

Adjunct Professor, Political Science/Public Administration

Kent State University


K. Chad Clay

Associate Professor

University of Georgia


Katie Clayton

PhD Candidate

Stanford University


Rebecca Joy Clendenen

PhD Candidate

University of Illinois


Christina Cliff

Associate Professor of Political Science, Security Studies

Franklin Pierce University


Rachael V. Cobb

Associate Professor & Chair, Political Science & Legal Studies

Suffolk University


Neil H. Cogan

Professor of Political Science and Past Dean, Law School

Whittier College


Joshua Cohen

Apple University; UC Berkeley


Elizabeth F Cohen

Professor

Syracuse University


Mitchell Cohen

Professor

Baruch College and the Graduate Center, CUNY


Matthew Benjamin Cole

Preceptor

Harvard University


Geneva Cole

PhD Candidate

University of Chicago


Jeff Colgan

Associate Professor

Brown University


Kathleen Coll

Associate Professor

University of San Francisco Politics Department


Jonathan E. Collins

Assistant Professor of Education, Public Policy and Political Science

Brown University


Ann V. Collins

Professor of Political Science

McKendree University


Kimberly H. Conger

Assistant Professor

University of Cincinnati


Elizabeth C Connors

Assistant Professor

University of South Carolina


James Conran

Assistant professor

University of Oregon


Brian J. Cook

Professor Emeritus

Virginia Tech


Mark Copelovitch

Professor of Political Science and Public Affairs

University of Wisconsin - Madison


Renato Corbetta

Associate professor

University of Alabama at Birmingham


Lizeth Corrales

Graduate, BA Political Science

University of California, Riverside


Mia Costa

Assistant Professor of Government

Dartmouth College


Christina Cottiero

Postdoctoral fellow

University of California, San Diego


Mike Cowburn

PhD Candidate in Political Science

Freie Universität Berlin (Graduate School of North American Studies)


Brian Coyne

Lecturer, Department of Political Science

Stanford University


Charles Crabtree

Assistant Professor

Dartmouth College


Evan Crawford

Assistant Professor of Political Science

University of San Diego


Neta C. Crawford

Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science

Boston University


Jarret Crawford

Professor

The College of New Jersey


Scott Crichlow

Associate Professor

West Virginia University


Ann Crigler

Professor

University of Southern California


Christophe Crombez

Senior Research Scholar

Stanford University


Melody Crowder-Meyer

Assistant Professor of Political Science

Davidson College


Zack Crowley

Graduate Student

University of Minnesota


Nick Cruz

PhD Candidate

UC Merced


Maurice T. Cunningham

associate professor

University of Massachusetts at Boston (retired)


John Alexander Curiel

Assistant professor

Ohio Northern University


Todd A. Curry

Associate Professor of Political Science

University of Texas at El Paso


Jennifer Cyr

University of Arizona


Erica Czaja

Assistant Professor

University of Toledo


Logan Dancey

Associate Professor of Government

Wesleyan University


Anthony Daniels

Lecturer

University of Toledo


David Darmofal

Associate Professor

University of South Carolina


Joshua Darr

Assistant Professor

Louisiana State University


Ryan Daugherty

Butler University


Christian Davenport

Professor

University of Michigan


Jack Davies

utrecht university


Michael Davis

Global Fellow

Wilson Center


Nick Davis

Assistant Professor

University of Alabama


Norris L. Davis Iii

PhD Student

University of California, Berkeley


Erica De Bruin

Assistant Professor of Government

Hamilton College


Sasha De Vogel

ABD

University of Michigan


Janette Dean

Environmental Policy & Human Rights Proponent & Organizer

B.A. Political Science & Sociology, University of Nevada, Reno (2015)


Christopher J. Deering

Professor

George Washington University


Cameron Dehart

Lecturer

UC Merced


Emine Deniz

Post-doctoral researcher

The University of Chicago


Nandini Deo

Associate Professor

Lehigh University


Darin Dewitt

Associate Professor

California State University, Long Beach


Zachary Dickson

PhD Candidate

University of Glasgow


David L. Dillman

Professor of Political Science

Abilene Christian University


Anthony Dimaggio

Associate Professor

Lehigh University


Kim Yi Dionne

Associate Professor

UC Riverside


Lisa J. Disch

Professor of Political Science

University of Michigan


Kelly Dittmar

Associate Professor

Rutgers University-Camden


David Doherty

Associate Professor

Loyola University Chicago


Kathleen Dolan

Distinguished Professor

University of Wisconsin Milwaukee


Casey Dominguez

Professor

University of San Diego


Rick Doner

Goodrich C. White Professor (Emeritus) of Political Science

Emory University


Michael J Donnelly

Assistant Professor

University of Toronto


Roxanne Doty

Associate Professor (retired)

Arizona State University (retired)


Suzanne Dovi

Associate Professor

University of Arizona


Conor Dowling

Associate Professor of Political Science

University of Mississippi


Davia Downey

Associate Professor of Public Administration

University of Memphis


Jamie Druckman

Professor

Northwestern University


Lee Drutman

Senior Fellow

New America


Mary Dudas

Visiting Assistant Professor

Trinity College


Yoav Duman

Associate Professor

Green River College


Thomas Dumm

W.H> Hastie '25 Professor of Political Ethics

Amherst College


Jerold J. Duquette

Central Connecticut State University


Amitava Krishna Dutt

Professor of Economics and Political Science

University of Notre Dame


Abigail Dym

PhD Student

University of Pennsylvania


Munroe Eagles

Professor

University at Buffalo- SUNY


Dr. Jana Eaton

professor

Retired


Chelsea Ebin

Assistant Professor of Politics

Centre College


David Ebner

Temporary Assistant Professor

University of Delaware


Laurel Eckhouse

Assistant Professor

University of Denver


John Ehrenberg

Senior Professor Emeritus

Long Island University


Adam Eichen

Graduate Student

University of Massachusetts Amherst


Ted Ellsworth

Ph.D. Candidate

University of Maryland


Hayley Elszasz

University of Virginia


Dr. Travis Endicott

Assistant Professor

Wartburg College


Alex C. Engler

Fellow, Governance Studies

The Brookings Institution


Micah English

PhD Student

Yale University


Ben Epstein

Associate Professor

DePaul University


Jane Esberg

Visiting Research Fellow

Princeton University


Roxanne L. Euben

Walter H. and Leonore C. Annenberg Professor in the Social Sciences

University of Pennsylvania


Matthew Facciani

Postdoctoral Researcher

Vanderbilt University


E.j. Fagan

Assistant Professor

University of Illinois at Chicago


Tulia Falleti

Professor of Political Science

University of Pennsylvania


Chris Faricy

Associate Professor

Syracuse University


David Faris

Associate Professor of Political Science

Roosevelt University


Christopher Fariss

Assistant Professor

University of Michigan


Emily Farris

Associate Professor

TCU


Christina Fattore

Associate Professor

West Virginia University


Justin Faulkner

Marshall University


Tanisha Fazal

Professor of Political Science

University of Minnesota


Christopher M. Federico

Professor Political Science and Psychology

University of Minnesota


Mary Feeney

Professor

Arizona State University


Vera Leigh Fennell

Associate Professor, Dept. of Political Science and Global Studies Program

Lehigh University


Tom Fetter

Senior Policy Advisor, Federal Provincial and Territorial Relations and Atlantic

Cooperation

M.A. (Poli Sci) University of Alberta, presently with the Department of Health,

New Brunswick, Canada


Bonnie Field

Professor

Bentley University


Brian Fife

Professor and Chair, Department of Political Science

Lehigh University


Ben Fifield

Independent Researcher


Alexandra Filindra

Associate professor

University of Illinois at Chicago


Sean Fischer

Doctoral Candidate

University of Pennsylvania


Rachel Fisher

University of California, Berkeley


Jennifer Flinchum

PhD Candidate

University of Kentucky


Andrew R. Flores

Assistant Professor

American University


D.j. Flynn

Assistant Professor of Political Science

IE University


Nicolè M. Ford, Ph.d.

Instructor

The University of Tampa


Michael Forman

Assoc Prof of Political Theory & Human Rights

University of Washington Tacoma


Sara Forsdyke

Professor of Classical Studies and History

University of Michigan


David Fortunato

Associate Professor

School of Global Policy and Strategy at UCSD


Megan Francis

Associate Professor of Political Science

University of Washington


Sekou Franklin

Professor of Political Science and International Relations

Middle Tennessee State University


William W. Franko

Associate Professor

West Virginia University


Mike Franz

Professor of Government and Legal Studies

Bowdoin College


Robert Franzese

Professor

University of Michigan


Sean Freeder

Assistant Professor of Political Science

University of North Florida


Jeff Freyman

Emeritus Professor

Transylvania University, Lexington, KY


Amy Fried

John M. Nickerson Professor of Political Science

University of Maine


Amanda Friesen

Associate Professor

IUPUI


Scott Frisch

Professor of Political Science

California State University Channel Islands


Paul Frymer

Professor

Princeton University


John Fuller

Retired

None


Elliott Fullmer

Associate Professor

Randolph-Macon College


Alexander Furnas

Northwestern University


Shana Kushner Gadarian

Professor and Department Chair

Maxwell School, Syracuse University


Emily Gade

Assistant professor of political science

Emory University


Raychel Gadson

Graduate student

Johns Hopkins University


Kory Gaines

PhD Student

Johns Hopkins University


Mary Gallagher

Lowenstein Professor of Democracy, Democratization and Human Rights

University of Michigan


Samuel Galloway

Assistant Professor of Political Science

Purchase College (SUNY)


Daniel Galvin

Associate Professor of Political Science

Northwestern University


Jennifer Gandhi

Associate Professor

Emory University


Sumit Ganguly

Distinguished Professor

Indiana University, Bloomington


Marcela Garcia-Castanon

Associate Professor

San Francisco State University


Alexander Gard-Murray

Lecturer

Harvard University


Jeremiah J Garretson

Associate Professor

California State University - East Bay


Jennifer Gaudette

PhD Student

UCSD


Patrick J. Gauding

PhD candidate

University of Kansas


Michael Gauger

Independent scholar


Lagina Gause

University of California, San Diego


Joyce Gelb

Prof emerita

CUNY NY


Gaspare Genna

Professor

The University of Texas at El Paso


Martin Gilens

Professor of Public Policy, Political Science, and Social Welft

Luskin School of Public Affairs


Simon Gilhooley

Assistant Professor

Bard College


Sam Giuliano

Student

University of Connecticut


Terri Givens

Professor

McGill University


David Glick

Associate Professor

Boston University


Amélie Godefroidt

Post-Doctoral Researcher

Norwegian University of Science and Technology


Kenneth Gold

Former Director

Government Affairs Institute at Georgetown University


Megan Goldberg

Assistant Professor of Politics

Cornell College


James Goldgeier

Professor

American University


Daniel Jonah Goldhagen

PhD in Government, Harvard



Frank Gonzalez

Assistant Professor

University of Arizona


Sara Goodman

Associate Professor, Dept. of Political Science

University of California, Irvine


Sam Goodson

PhD Student

CUNY Graduate Center


Lilly J. Goren

Professor, Political Science and Global Studies; Department Chair

Carroll University


Kristin Goss

Professor of Public Policy and Political Science

Duke University


Jessica Gottlieb

Associate Professor

Texas A&M University


Carl Graefe

PhD Candidate

University of Minnesota


Laura Grattan

Associate Professor

Wellesley College


Jon Green

Postdoctoral Fellow

Northeastern University


Jessica Green

Associate Professor

University of Toronto


Diana Greenwald

Assistant Professor, Political Science

City College of New York


Scott L Greer

Professor

University of Michigan


William Grimes

Professor of International Relations and Political Science

Boston University


Justin H Gross

Associate Professor

University of Massachusetts Amherst


Allison N. Grossman

Postdoctoral Fellow

Stanford University


Guy Grossman

Professor

University of Pennsylvania


Mike Gruszczynski

Assistant Professor

Indiana University


Anna Grzymala-Busse

Professor of Political Science

Stanford University


Sara Guenther

Research Scientist

Montana State University


Andy Guess

Assistant Professor of Politics and Public Affairs

Princeton University


Meg K. Guliford

Vice-Provost Postdoctoral Fellow

University of Pennsylvania


Saad Gulzar

Assistant professor

Stanford


Anna Gunderson

Assistant Professor

Louisiana State University


Nicholas Haas

Assistant Professor

Aarhus University


Jacob Hacker

Stanley Resor Professor of Political Science

Yale University


Erum A. Haider

Asst. Professor of Political Science

College of Wooster, OH


Don Haider-Markel

Professor

University of Kansas


Isaac Hale

Lecturer

University of California, Davis


Matthew E. K. Hall

David A. Potenziani Memorial College Professor of Constitutional Studies and

Director of the Rooney Center for the Study of American Democracy

University of Notre Dame


Richard L Hall

Professor of Political Science & Public Policy

University of Michigan


Hahrie Han

Professor

Johns Hopkins University


Sam Handlin

Associate Professor of Political Science

Swarthmore College


Eyal Hanfling

PhD Student, Political Science

Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Michael Hankinson

Assistant Professor of Political Science

George Washington University


Jeffrey Hanlon

Assistant Professor

Whittier College


Jonathan Hanson

Lecturer in Statistics for Public Policy

University of Michigan, Ford School of Public Policy


Kristin Hanson

PhD Candidate

Kingston University London


Brian Hanson

Assistant Professor

Wayne State College


Douglas B. Harris

Professor of Political Science

Loyola University Maryland


Brian Harrison

Lecturer

University of Minnesota


Christopher Harrison

Part-Time Faculty

Northern Arizona University


Ian M Hartshorn

Assistant Professor

University of Nevada, Reno


Mai Hassan

Assistant Professor

University of Michigan


William Hatcher

Professor

Augusta University


Virginia Haufler

Associate Professor

University of Maryland


Connor Haugen

Stetson University


David Hausman

Postdoctoral Fellow

Lane Center for the American West, Stanford Department of Political Science


Thomas Hayes

Associate Professor

University of Connecticut


Alex Rossell Hayes

PhD Student

UCLA


Jude C. Hays

Associate Professor

University of PIttsburgh


Renee Heberle

Professor of Political Science

University of Toledo


Bryce W. Hecht

PhD Student

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Andrew Heiss

Assistant professor

Georgia State University, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies


Jessica Hejny

Independent scholar


Cullen Hendrix

Professor

University of Denver


Biz Herman

Ph.D. Candidate in Political Science

University of California, Berkeley


Rodney Hero

Professor

Arizona State University


Bastian Herre

University of Chicago


Yoshiko M. Herrera

Professor, Political Science

Univ Wisconsin-Madison


Nelson E. Quezada Herrera

PhD Student

Emory University


Rebekah Herrick

Professor

Oklahoma State University


Zachary Hertz

University of Chicago


Flavio Hickel Jr

Assistant Professor

Washington College


Allen Hicken

Professor

University of Michigan


Danielle Higgins

Instructor

Saint Anselm College


Brian Highsmith

PhD Student

Department of Government, Harvard University


Jackson Hignite

Graduate student

Heller School at Brandeis University


Matthew D. Hindman

Associate Professor of Political Science

University of Tulsa


Lisel Hintz

Assistant Professor

Johns Hopkins University SAIS


H N Hirsch

Erwin N Griswold Professor

Oberlin College


Nancy J. Hirschmann

Stanley I. Sheerr Term Professor in the Social Sciences

The University of Pennsylvania


Jennifer Hochschild

H.L. Jayne Professor of Government and Professor of African and African American

Studies

Harvard University


Michael Hoffman

Assistant Professor

University of Notre Dame


Florian Hollenbach

Assistant Professor

Texas A&M University


Gary E. Hollibaugh, Jr.

Associate Professor

University of Pittsburgh


Mirya Holman

Associate Professor

Tulane University


Craig Holman, Ph.d.

Political scientist/Lobbyist

Public Citizen


Stephen B. Holt

Assistant Professor

University at Albany, SUNY


Bonnie Honig

Nancy Duke Lewis Professor

Brown University


Juliet Hooker

Professor of Political Science

Brown University


Denise M. Horn

Associate Professor of Political Science and International Relations

Simmons University


Christian Hosam

Grad Student

UC Berkeley


Aaron Houck

Associate Professor

Queens University of Charlotte


Jasanté Howard

Graduate Student

Princeton University


Alistair Howard

Professor (Teaching)

Temple University


Verónica Hoyo

UCSD


Roselyn Hsueh

Associate Professor of Political Science

Temple University


Brian Huang

Graduate Student

University of Washington


Laura Huber

Assistant Professor

University of Mississippi


Josh Huder

Senior Fellow

GAI at Georgetown


Barry Hughes

Distinguished Professor

University of Denver


Annabelle Hutchinson

PhD Candidate

Yale University


Susan D. Hyde

Professor

University of California, Berkeley


Robert Iannucci

Political Science Student

University of Connecticut


Nahomi Ichino

Associate Professor

Emory University


Jennie Ikuta

Assistant Professor of Political Science

University of Missouri-Columbia


Matthew B. Incantalupo

Assistant Professor

Yeshiva University


Jeffrey C. Isaac

James H. Rudy Professor

Indiana University, Bloomington


Mackenzie Israel-Trummel

Assistant Professor

College of William & Mary


Ryan Jablonski

Associate Professor

The London School of Economics and Political Science


Jack Jackson

Associate Professor of Politics

Whitman College


David Jacobs

Adjunct Professor

American University


Gary C Jacobson

Distinguished Professor of Political Science, Emeritus

U.C. San Diego


Laura Jakli

Junior Fellow

Harvard Society of Fellows


Ashley Jardina

Assistant Professor of Political Science

Duke University


Holly Jarman, Phd

Assistant Professor

University of Michigan


Maiah Jaskoski

Associate Professor

Northern Arizona University


Francisco Jasso

UC Irvine


Debra Javeline

Associate Professor

University of Notre Dame


Kent Rissmiller, Jd, Phd

Dean, ad interim, The Global School @ WPI

Worcester Polytechnic Institute


Shannon Jenkins

Associate Dean,, College of Arts and Sciences

UMass Dartmouth


Dr. Alana Jeydel

State of CA


Suyeon Jo

Assistant Professor

University of Arizona


James Johnson

Professor of Political Science

University of Rochester


Seth Jolly

Associate Professor

Syracuse University


Pauline Jones

Professor

University of Michigan


Bryan Jones

Professor

University of Texas at Austin


Christian Jones

Graduate Student

UC Davis


Phil Jones

Associate Professor of Political Science

University of Delaware


David A. Jones

Professor

James Madison University


Michael Jones-Correa

President’s Distinguished Professor of Political Science

University of Pennsylvaia


Betcy Jose

University of Colorado


Eric Gonzalez Juenke

Associate Professor

Michigan State University


Gregory Julian

Professor, Chair Emeritus

Pace University


Marion Just

Professor Emerita

Wellesley College


Peggy Kahn

Professor Emerita

University of Michigan-Flint


Beverly L. Kahn, Phd

Emeritus Professor of Political Science and former Provost

Farmingdale State College SUNY


Bill Kakenmaster

University of Notre Dame


Nathan Kalmoe

Associate Professor of Political Communication

Louisiana State University


Elsa B. Kania

PhD Candidate, Department of Government

Harvard University


Kristin Kanthak

University of Pittsburgh


Alexander Karn

Associate Professor of History

Colgate University


Shai Karp

Northwestern University


Nancy Kassop

Professor, Dept. of Political Science and IR

SUNY New Paltz


Anay Katyal

Graduate Student

Humboldt University of Berlin


Ira Katznelson

Ruggles Professor of Political Science

Columbia University


Timothy Kaufman-Osborn

Baker Ferguson Professor of Politics and Leadership Emeritus

Whitman College


Margaret Keck

Professor Emerita, Academy Professor

Johns Hopkins University


Thomas Keck

Professor of Political Science

Syracuse University


R. Daniel Kelemen

Professor of Political Science and Law

Rutgers University


Andrew S. Kelly

Assistant Professor

California State University, East Bay


Pinar Kemerli

NYU


Amanda Kennard

Assistant Professor

Stanford University


Baris Kesgin

Associate Professor

Elon University


Alex Keyssar

Stirling Professor

Harvard Kennedy School


Rafael Khachaturian

Lecturer in Political Science, Critical Writing Program

University of Pennsylvania


Christina Kiel

Professor of Practice

Tulane University


Otto Kienitz

PhD Candidate

UC Berkeley


Sanghoon Kim

University of Illinois


Jae Yeon Kim

Assistant Research Scholar

SNF Agora Institute, Johns Hopkins University


Will King

Graduate Teaching Assistant

University of Exeter


Helen M. Kinsella

Associate Professor

University of Minnesota-Twin Cities


Jennet Kirkpatrick

Associate Professor

Arizona State University


Karin Kitchens

Assistant Professor

Virginia Tech


Samara Klar

Associate Professor

University of Arizona


Joseph Klaver

University of Michigan


Thijs Kleinpaste

PhD Candidate

Georgetown University


Philip A Klinkner

James S. Sherman Professor of Government

Hamilton Collge


Benjamin R. Knoll

John Marshall Harlan Associate Professor of Politics

Centre College


Jeffrey Koch

Professor of Political Science

SUNY-Geneseo


Gregory Koger

Professor

University of Miami


Deanna Kolberg

Doctoral Candidate

University of Michigan


Richard Kornrumpf

Grad Student

UC Davis


Matthew Krain

Professor

The College of Wooster


Hannah Kraus

Public Policy Master's student

University of Michigan


Sharon Krause

Professor

Brown University


Ron Krebs

Professor of Political Science

University of Minnesota


Kyle L. Kreider

Professor of Political Science

Wilkes University


Daniel Kreiss

Edgar Thomas Cato Distinguished Associate Professor

UNC Chapel Hill


Rebecca Kreitzer

Associate Professor of Public Policy

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


John Krinsky

Professor

City College of New York


Mona Lena Krook

Professor of Political Science

Rutgers University


Masha Krupenkin

Assistant Professor, Political Science

Boston College


Aleksander Ksiazkiewicz

Assistant Professor of Political Science

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Jacek Kugler

Elisabeth Helm Rosecrans Professor

Claremont Graduate University


John Kuk

Assistant Professor

University of Oklahoma


Adam Scott Kunz

Assistant Professor

University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire


Didi Kuo

Associate Director, Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law

Stanford University


Christian Lammert

Professor

FU Berlin


Thomas D Lancaster

Professor of Political Science

Emory University


Marika Landau-Wells

Asst. Professor

UC Berkeley


Joshua Landry

Graduate Student

The University of Texas at Austin


Ray Larios

Graduate Candidate

Georgetown


Ryan Larochelle

Lecturer, Cohen Institute for Leadership and Public Service

University of Maine


Bruce Larson

Professor

Gettysburg College


Isabel Laterzo

PhD Student

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Michael Latner

Professor

California Polytechnic State University


Jill Laufer

PhD Student

UC Davis


Henry Laurence

Associate Professor

Bowdoin College


John Laursen

Retired

University of California, Riverside


Anna O. Law

Associate Professor of Political Science

CUNY Brooklyn College


Regina Lawrence

Associate Dean, School of Journalism & Communication

University of Oregon


Edward Lawson, Jr.

Adjunct Professor

Midlands Technical College


Jeffrey Lax

Professor

Columbia


Geoffrey Layman

Professor

University of Notre Dame


Jeffrey Lazarus

Professor

Georgia State University


Kathryn A. Lee

Professor of Political Science

Whitworth University


Yphtach Lelkes

Associate Professor

University of Pennsylvania


Scott Lemieux

University of Washington


Benjamin Lempert

Phd Student

University of Michigan


Tara M Lennon

Sr. Lecturer

Arizona State University


Meghan Leonard

Associate Professor

Illinois State University


Natalie Letsa

Assistant Professor

University of Oklahoma


Carrie Levan

Assistant Professor of Government

Colby College


A. Carl Levan

Professor

American University


Margaret Levi

Professor of Political Science

Stanford


Renan Levine

Associate Professor, Teaching Stream

University of Toronto Scarborough


Adam Levine

John’s Hopkins University


Steven Levitsky

Professor of Government

Harvard University


Traci Levy

Associate Professor

Adelphi University


Naomi Levy

Associate Professor of Political Science

Santa Clara University


Steven Lewis

Senior Fellow

Rice University


Timothy E. Lewis

Assistant Professor of Political Science

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville


Robert C. Lieberman

Johns Hopkins University


Denise Lieberman

Adjunct Professor of Political Science and Law

Washington University in St. Louis


Rachel Lienesch

PhD candidate

Stanford University


Elizabeth Linos

Assistant Professor

University of California, Berkeley


Keena Lipsitz

Professor

Queens College, CUNY


Jennifer K Lobasz

Associate Professor

University of Delaware


Richard Locke

Professor

Brown University


Jill Locke

Professor

Gustavus Adolphus College


Raymond M Lodato

Assistant Instructional Professor

University of Chicago


Matt W. Loftis

Associate Professor

Aarhus University


Jared Loggins

Visiting Assistant Professor of Black Studies and Political Science

Amherst College


Meredith Loken

Assistant Professor

University of Massachusetts Amherst


Timothy Longman

Professor of Political Science and International Relations

Boston University


Burdett A. Loomis

Emeritus Professor

University of Kansas


Peter Lorentzen

Associate Professor

University of San Francisco


Geoff Lorenz

University of Nebraska-Lincoln


Joni Lovenduski

Professor Emerita

Birkbeck


Robert Lupton

Assistant Professor

University of Connecticut


Noam Lupu

Associate Professor

Vanderbilt University


Jason Lyall

James Wright Chair of Transnational Studies

Dartmouth College


Julia Lynch

Professor

University of Pennsylvania


Jason Macdonald

Associate Professor

West Virginia University


Alexandra Macias

Professor

California State University Northridge


Emily Mackil

Professor

University of California, Berkeley


Lauren Maclean

Arthur Bentley Chair and Professor

Indiana University


Lisa Magaña

Professor

ASU


Gabriele Magni

Assistant Professor

Loyola Marymount University


Paasha Mahdavi

Assistant Professor

University of California Santa Barbara


Anna Mahoney

Administrative Assistant Professor

Tulane University


Scott Mainwaring

Professor of Political Science

University of Notre Dame


Samantha Majic

Associate Professor

John Jay College-CUNY


Neil Malhotra

Edith M. Cornell Professor of Political Economy

Stanford University


Mashail Malik

Harvard University


Dan Mallinson

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Administration

Penn State Harrisburg


Tamar Malloy

Assistant Professor

University of Colorado Boulder


Cory Manento

Visiting Assistant Professor

Trinity College Hartford


Melanie Manion

Professor

Duke University


Thomas Mann

Senior Fellow

Brookings Institution


Jane Mansbridge

Charles F. Adams Professor, Emerita

Harvard Kennedy School


William Marble

Ph.D. Candidate

Stanford


Elizabeth Markovits

Professor of Politics

Mount Holyoke College


Irving Leonard Markovitz

Professor Emeritus of Political Science

Queens College and the Graduate Center of CUNY


Lawrence Markowitz

Professor of Political Science

Rowan University


Zoe Marks

Lecturer in Public Policy

Harvard University


Trenton Marlar

PhD Candidate

University of Colorado Boulder


James Martel

Professor

San Francisco State University


Jeff Martin

Director of Collaborative Learning

BridgeValley Community and Technical College


Gregory Martin

Assistant Professor

Stanford Graduate School of Business


Seth Masket

Professor

University of Denver


Lilliana Hall Mason

Associate Research Professor

Johns Hopkins University


Daniel Masterson

Assistant Professor

University of California, Santa Barbara


Hilary Matfess

Assistant Professor

University of Denver


Michaela Mattes

Associate Professor

University of California, Berkeley


Abigail Matthews

Assistant Professor

University at Buffalo, SUNY


Richard Matthews

NEH Didtinguished Professor

Lehigh University


Taylor Mattia

Ph.D. Candidate

New York University


Lauren Mattioli

Assistant Professor

Boston University


Rahsaan Maxwell

Professor

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


David Mayers

professor

Boston University


Lindsay Mayka

Associate Professor of Government

Colby College


Erin Mayo-Adam

Assistant Professor

Hunter College, CUNY


Michael Mcbride

Professor and Chair, Political.Science Department

Whittier College


Susan Mccarthy

Professor

Providence College


Charles Mcclean

Postdoctoral Fellow

Harvard University


Jason Mcdaniel

Associate Professor

San Francisco State University


Jared Mcdonald

Postdoctoral Researcher

Stanford University


Michael Mcfaul

Professor

Stanford


Kylie Mcglothlin

Graduate Student

Georgetown University


David Mcgrath

PhD Student

New York University


Shannon Mcgregor

assistant professor

University of North Carolina


Kristin Mckie

Associate Professor and Chair of Government

St. Lawrence University


Kathleen Mcnamara

Professor of Goverment

Georgetown University


Lachlan Mcnamee

Assistant Professor

University of California Los Angeles


Alison Mcqueen

Associate Professor

Department of Political Science, Stanford University


John Mctague

Associate Professor

Towson University


Rachel Meade

Lecturer

Boston University


John Medearis

Professor

UC Riverside


Vladimir E Medenica

Assistant Professor

University of Delaware


Elizabeth Meehan

PhD Candidate

George Washington University


Bonnie M. Meguid

Associate Professor

University of Rochester


Anna Meier

PhD Candidate

University of Wisconsin–Madison


Jeffrey Meiser

Associate Professor

University of Portland


Jeremy Menchik

Associate Professor

Boston University


Sarah Mendelson

Distinguished Service Prof of Public Policy/Head of CMU’s Heinz in DC

Carnegie Mellon University


David Menefee-Libey

Professor of Politics

Pomona College


John Mercurio

Lecturer, Political Science

San Diego State University


Thessalia Merivaki

Assistant Professor

Mississippi State University


Jennifer Merolla

Professor

University of California, Riverside


Julie Lee Merseth

Assistant Professor of Political Science

Northwestern University


Suzanne Mettler

John L Senior Professor of American Institutions

Cornell University


John M. Meyer

Professor

Humboldt State University


Melissa R. Michelson

Dean of Arts & Sciences and Professor of Political Science

Menlo College


Jamila Michener

Associate Professor of Government

Cornell University


Robert Mickey

Associate Professor of Political Science

University of Michigan


Matto Mildenberger

Associate Professor

UC Santa Barbara


Ethan Miles

PhD Student

Harvard University


Blake Miller

Assistant Professor

The London School of Economics and Political Science


Gregg Daniel Miller

Lecturer

University of Washington


Mark C. Miller

Professor

Clark University


Susan Miller

Associate Professor

Arizona State University


Jeff Millstone

Professor

Austin Community College


Jaylen Mize

Davidson College, UGA Law


Heather Silber Mohamed

Associate Professor

Clark University


Sara Bjerg Moller

Assistant Professor

Seton Hall University


Kathy Montgomery

Alumni

HBS


Laura Garcia Montoya

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Princeton University


Celeste Montoya

Associate Professor

University of Colorado Boulder


Steven Moore

Assistant Professor

Wesleyan University


Jair Moreira

Ph.D. Student

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Sara Morell

PhD Student

University of Michigan


Erika Moreno

Professor and Chair, Political Science

Creighton University


T. Clifton Morgan

Albert Thomas Professor of Political Science

Rice University


Kyle Morgan

Assistant Professor

Francis Marion University


Yonatan Morse

Assistant Professor

University of Connecticut


Mason Moseley

Associate Professor

West Virginia University


Layna Mosley

Professor of Public and International Affairs

Princeton University


Matt Motta

Assistant Professor

Oklahoma State University


Donald Moynihan

McCourt Chair of Public Policy

Georgetown University


William Muck

Professor of Political Science

North Central College


Cas Mudde

Stanley Wade Shelton Professor of International Affairs

University of Georgia


Gautam Mukunda

Research Fellow

Harvard Kennedy School


Quinn Mulroy

Assistant Professor

Northwestern University


William Myers

Associate professor

University of Tampa


Emily Myers

PhD Student

Duke University


Maxwell Myers

King’s College London


Lev Nachman

UC Irvine


Emily Nacol

University of Toronto


Bryan Nakayama

Mount Holyoke College


Mark Nance

Associate Professor of Political Science

North Carilina State University


Gareth Nellis

Assistant Professor of Political Science

University of California, San Diego


Matt Nelsen

Postdoctoral Scholar

The University of Chicago


Samuel Nelson

Associate Professor

University of Toledo


Fabian Neuner

Arizona State University


Vanessa Cruz Nichols

Assistant Professor

Indiana University


Hans Noel

Associate Professor of Government

Georgetown Univeristy


Deborah Norden

Professor

Whittier College


Anne Norton

Stacey and Henry Jackson President’s Distinguished Professor

University of Pennsylvania


Sean Norton

PhD Candidate

UNC Chapel Hill


Julie Novkov

Professor of Political Science and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

University at Albany, SUNY


Matthew Nowlin

Associate professor of political science

College of Charleston


Stephen Nuño-Perez

Professor

Northern Arizona University


Brendan Nyhan

Professor of Government

Dartmouth College


Neil O'brian

Assistant Professor

University of Oregon


Cleo Marie O'brien-Udry

PhD Candidate

Yale University


Anne Joseph O’connell

Adelbert H. Sweet Professor of Law

Stanford University


Brendan O’leary

Lauder Professor of Political Science

University of Pennsylvania


Thomas Oatley

Corasaniti Zondorak Chair of IR

Tulane University


Erin Obrien

Associate Professor

UMass Boston


Angela X. Ocampo

Assistant Professor

University of Michigan