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2021 GRADUATES

Nicholas Geiser
Dissertation: Human Enhancement, the Life Sciences, and Biotechnology: A Political Theory with Applications (defended August 2020)
Subfield: Political Theory
Committee: Corey Brettschneider (Chair), Sharon Krause, Charles Larmore

Erik Peinert
Dissertation: Monopoly Politics: Price Competition and Learning in the Evolution of Policy Regimes (defended July 2020)
Subfield: International Relations
Committee: Mark Blyth (Chair), Richard Locke, Nitsan Chorev
Postdoctoral Research Assistant, Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, Brown University

Michelle Rose
Dissertation: The Art of Democratic Living: Recovering Alain Locke's Politics of Aesthetics (defended August 2020)
Subfield: Political Theory
Committee: Melvin Rogers (Chair), Sharon Krause, Juliet Hooker
Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Brown University 

2020 GRADUATES

Daniel Carrigg
Dissertation: The War on Poverty Paradox: Policy Feedback, Federalism, and State-Citizen Relations
Subfield: American Politics
Committee: James Morone (Chair), Wendy Schiller, Alexander Gourevitch

Ryan Emenaker
Dissertation: Judicial Evaluation & Democracy: The Democratic Form of Judicial Review
Subfield: American Politics
Committee: James Morone (Co-Chair), Corey Brettschneider (Co-Chair), Alexander Gourevitch, Mark Graber
Professor of Political Science, College of the Redwoods

Paul Gutierrez
Dissertation: The Invisible Hand of the State: Corporation, Police, and Economy
Subfield: Political Theory
Committee: James Morone (Co-Chair), Alexander Gourevitch (Co-Chair), Sharon Krause, Anthony Bogues
Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Florida

Ferris Lupino
Dissertation: American Statis: Conflict, Order, and Leadership in Black Political Thought
Subfield: Political Theory
Committee: Bonnie Honig(Chair), Sharon Krause, James Morone, Graham Oliver
Lecturer, Political Science Department, Seattle University

2019 GRADUATES

Puneet Bhasin
Dissertation: Sustaining Financializations: Politics and Profits in the Financial Transformation of Economies
Subfield: International Relations
Committee: Mark Blyth (Chair), Richard Locke, Alex Gourevitch, Stephen Kinsella
Postdoctoral Researcher, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (MPIfG) in Cologne, Germany

Poulomi Chakrabarti
Dissertation: One Nation, Many Worlds: Varieties of Development Regimes in India
Subfield: Comparative Politics
Committee: Ashu Varshney (Chair), Patrick Heller, Melani Cammett, Rebecca Weitz-Shapiro
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Studies, Queen's University

Rajeev Kadambi
Dissertation: Politics and the Spiritual: Reading Gandhian, Buddhist, and Humanist Ethical Traditions 
Subfield: Political Theory
Committee: Sharon Krause (Chair), Tony Bogues, Leela Ghandi, Karuna Mantena, Uday Singh Mehta
Associate Professor, Jindal School of International Affairs

William Kring
Dissertation: Contesting the International Monetary Fund? Regional Battles for Global Liquidity
Subfield: International Relations
Committee: Mark Blyth (Chair), Jeff Colgan, Kevin Gallagher
Assistant Director of the GDP Center and Research Fellow, Boston University

Jerome Marston
Dissertation: To Stay or Flee? Displacement due to Gang Violence in Medellin, Colombia
Subfield: Comparative Politics
Committee: Rebecca Weitz-Shapiro (Chair), Rich Snyder, Peter Andreas, Rob Blair
Researcher, Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack

Rebecca Bell Martin
Dissertation: The Politics of Violence: Empathy and Action During Conflict
Subfield: Comparative Politics
Committee: Rich Snyder (Chair), Rebecca Weitz-Shapiro, Peter Andreas, Rob Blair
Research Professor (Assistant Professor), School of Government, Monterrey Institute of Technology

Rachel Meade
Dissertation: The People Against the Elites: Populist Identity in the US and Argentina
Subfield: Comparative Politics
Committee: Rich Snyder (co-Chair), James Morone (co-Chair), Jose Itzigsohn
Lecturer, Political Science Department, Boston University

Timothy Turnbull
Dissertation: The Sources of US Trade Sanctions
Subfield: International Relations
Committee: Mark Blyth (Chair), Nick Miller, Dan Drezner, Jordan Branch
Postdoctoral Scholar / Teaching Fellow, the Center for International Studies, University of Southern California

Marcus Walton 
Dissertation: Resources & Recourses: The Origins of Entitlement in Egypt, Nigeria, and South Africa
Subfield: Comparative Politics
Committee: Linda Cook (Chair), Patrick Heller, Dan Smith
Postdoctoral Researcher, Public Affairs Research Institute, South Africa
Starting July 1, 2020 Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Boston University

Cadence Willse
Dissertation: Private Funding, Public Schools: Interest Group Mobilization, the Changing Advocacy Agenda, and Public Education
Subfield: American Politics
Committee: Susan Moffitt (Chair), Margaret Weir, Ken Wong
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, The College of New Jersey 

2018 GRADUATES

Michal Ben Noah
Dissertation Title: The Unfreedom of Vulnerable Employment
Subfield: Political Theory
Committee: Corey Brettschneider (Chair), David Estlund, Alexander Gourevitch, Sharon Krause

Oddny Helgadottir
Dissertation Title: Formal Combat: Scientific Competition and Macroeconomic Paradigms from the Great Depression to the Great Recession 
Subfield: International Politics
Committee: Mark Blyth (Chair), Alexander Gourevitch, Daniella Gabor
Assistant Professor, Department of Business and Politics, University of Copenhagen

Colin Johnson
Dissertation Title: Political Machines and Variation in Regional Migration Policies in Russia 
Subfield: Comparative Politics
Committee: Linda Cook (Chair), Melani Cammett, Douglas Blum
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Idaho State University

Michael Marcusa
Dissertation Title: Understanding Radicalism: Jihad and the Genealogy of Resistance in Tunisia 
Subfield: Comparative Politics
Committee: Ashu Varshney (Chair), Melani Cammett, Patrick Heller
Researcher, Privacy and Data Use Team, Facebook

Meghan Wilson
Dissertation Title: Monopoly Politics: Municipal Takeovers and Community Impact in Michigan 
Subfield: American Politics
Committee: Katherine Tate (Chair), Marion Orr, Wendy Schiller
Postdoctoral Fellow in Political Science, 2018-2020, Race and Capitalism Project, University of Chicago

2017 GRADUATES

Matthew Hodgetts
Dissertation Title: We Are All In This Together: Addressing Climate Change Through Our Global Ethos 
Subfield: Political Theory
Committee: Corey Brettschneider (co-Chair), James Morone (co-Chair), Sharon Krause, Nina Tannenwald, J. Timmons Roberts
Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science, Case Western Reserve University

Pellumb Kelmendi
Dissertation Title: The Transformation of Rebel Organizations into Political Parties and Their Performance in Post-Conflict Elections (defended August 26, 2016) 
Subfield: Comparative Politics
Committee: Melani Cammett (co-Chair), Peter Andreas (co-Chair), Richard Snyder
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Auburn University

Kelly B. Smith
Dissertation Title: Policy Into Practice: Explaining the Diffusion of Policy Content and Implementation Across the U.S. States
Subfield: American Politics
Committee: Wendy Schiller (Chair), Susan Moffitt, Ken Wong, Paul Manna
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Stetson University

Megan Turnbull
Dissertation Title: State Responses to Armed Groups and Political (Dis)Order in Nigeria
Subfield: Comparative Politics
Committee: Ashu Varshney (Chair), Melani Cammett, Daniel Jordan Smith
Assistant Professor of Comparative Politics, School of Public and International Affairs, University of Georgia

2016 GRADUATES

Carla Alberti
Dissertation Title: Projecting Hegemony: Parties, Organizations, and Indigenous Forms of Governance in Bolivia 
Subfield: Comparative Politics
Committee: Richard Snyder (Chair), Ashu Varshney, Patrick Heller, Todd Eisenstadt
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile 

Diego Diaz
Dissertation Title: Blessing and Curse: Positive and Negative Political Effects of Oil Wealth in the Argentine Provinces
Subfield: Comparative Politics
Committee: Richard Snyder (Chair), Rebecca Weitz-Shapiro, Juan Pablo
Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile 

Michael Dickerson
Dissertation Title: The Micropractices of Discrimination Against Females: Evidence from a Series of Survey Experiments in India
Subfield: Comparative Politics
Committee: Rose McDermott (Chair), Susan Moffitt, Dave Armstrong

Daniel Kushner
Dissertation Title: Reading Bharat: Using Interlocutors to Translate a Nation to Its Leaders
Subfield: Comparative Politics
Committee: Ashu Varshney (Chair), Mark Blyth, James Morone

Matthew Lyddon
Dissertation Title: Value Integrity Civics: A New Approach for Crafting Liberal Democratic Citizens
Subfield: Political Theory
Committee: Corey Brettschneider (Chair), Sharon Krause, Ken Wong, James Morone
Associate Director, The Policy Lab, Brown University

Nazar Mammedov
Dissertation Title: Managing Ethnic Diversity in Turkey and the USSR, 1900-1925
Subfield: Comparative Politics
Committee: Linda Cook (Chair), Melani Cammett, Doug Blum
Instructor of International Law Department, International University for the Humanities and Development, Turkmenistan

Kevin McGravey
Dissertation Title: Public Rights: Public Liberty and the First Amendment
Subfield: Political Theory
Committee: Corey Brettschneider (Chair), Sharon Krause, James Morone
Assistant Professor, Merrimack College 

Aaron Weinstein
Dissertation Title: Truth, Justice, and the American Way: Political Religions in America, Then and Now
Subfield: American Politics
Committee: James Morone (Chair), Corey Brettschneider, Ross Cheit, Michael Tesler
Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Politics, Fairfield University

Liza Williams
Dissertation Title: Hospitality and the Horizons of Democracy: Responsibilities to Immigrants
Subfield: Political Theory
Committee: Sharon Krause (Chair), Alexander Gourevitch, James Morone
Visiting Assistant Professor, Bucknell University 

2015 GRADUATES

Jennifer Cassidy
Dissertation Title: See Jane Get Appointed: Gender, Representation, and Power in the American Federal Bureaucracy
Subfield: American Politics
Committee: Wendy Schiller (Chair), Susan Moffitt, Sharon Krause, Jennifer Lawless
Visiting Scholar in Residence, Women and Politics Institute, American University 

Kaitlin Sidorsky
Dissertation Title: One Way or Another? Understanding Women's Paths to Appointed and Public Office
Subfield: American Politics
Committee: Wendy Schiller (Chair), James Morone, Susan Moffitt
Assistant Professor, Department of Politics and Geography, Coastal Carolina

Fiorella (Jazmin) Sierra
Dissertation Title: Partners at Home and Abroad: The Globalization of State-Led Development
Subfield: Comparative Politics
Committee: Mark Blyth (Chair), Richard Snyder, Pauline Jones-Luong
Assistant Professor, University of Notre Dame

2014 GRADUATES

Maria Angelica Bautista Duarte
Dissertation Title: The Political and Social Consequences of Repression: The Chilean Case
Subfield: Comparative Politics
Committee: Melani Cammett (Chair), Pauline Jones Luong, Rebecca Weitz-Shapiro 
Assistant Professor, Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago 

Elizabeth Bennett
Dissertation Title: Stakeholder Inclusion and Power in INGOs: The Governance of Fairtrade International
Subfield: Comparative and International Relations
Committee: Mark Blyth (Chair), Ross Cheit, Gianpaolo Baiocchi, Michael Conroy 
Associate Professor of International Affairs, Lewis and Clark 

Yelena Biberman-Ocakli
Dissertation Title: Gambling with Violence: Why States Outsource the Use of Force to Domestic Nonstate Actors
Subfield: Comparative Politics
Committee: Ashutosh Varshney (Chair), Peter Andreas, Pauline Jones Luong
Assistant Professor, Political Science, Skidmore College

David Blanding
Dissertation Title: Policy Infrastructure and the Politics of Civil Rights (defended June 18, 2013)
Subfield: American Politics
Committee: Marion Orr (Chair), Susan Moffitt, Wendy Schiller, James Morone
Applied Research and Methods Unit, U.S. General Accountability Office

Nicholas Coburn-Palo
Dissertation Title: A Tale of Two Mayors: Dave Bing, Kevin Johnson, and the Rise of Athletes-Turned-Politicians
Subfield: American Politics
Committee: James Morone (Chair), Corey Brettschneider, Pauline Jones Luong 
Department Chair, History, York School

Emily Farris
Dissertation Title: Latino Leadership in City Hall (defended July 23, 2013)
Subfield: American Politics
Committee: Marion Orr (Chair), James Morone, Kenneth Wong
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Texas Christian University

Jennie Ikuta
Dissertation Title: Democracy and the Quest for Human Flourishing: A Study of Mill and Nietzsche
Subfield: Political Theory
Committee: Sharon Krause (Chair), Charles Larmore, Alexander Gourevitch 
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Missouri

Minh Ly
Dissertation Title: Global Deliberation: A Human Rigth to Deliberative Democracy
Subfield: Political Theory
Committee: Corey Brettschneider (Chair), Mark Blyth, Sharon Krause, John Tomasi, Dennis F. Thompson
Lecturer, Standford University

Domingo Morel
Dissertation Title: The (Dis)Empowering State: State Intervention and its Effect on Black and Latino Political Empowerment

Subfield: American Politics
Committee: Marion Orr (Chair), Ken Wong, Susan Moffitt
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Rutger University, Newark

Christopher Tallent
Dissertation Title: Pluralism on the Economy and Social Justice

Subfield: Political Theory
Committee: Sharon Krause (Chair), Mark Blyth, James Morone

2013 GRADUATES

Angelica Duran-Martinez
Dissertation Title: Criminals, Cops, and Politicians: The Dynamics of Drug Violence in Colombia and Mexico
Subfield: Comparative Politics
Committee: Richard Snyder (Chair), Pauline Jones Luong, Peter Andreas
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Massachusetts, Lowell

2012 GRADUATES

Jorge Alves 
Dissertation Title: Coordinating Care: State Politics and Intergovernmental Relations in the Brazilian Healthcare Sector (defended August 12, 2011)
Subfield: Comparative Politics 
Committee: Richard Snyder (Chair), Pauline Jones Luong, Patrick Heller 
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Queeens College

Huss Banai
Dissertation Title: Democracy in Context: Between Universal Ideals and Local Values (defended September 20, 2011)
Subfield: IR Theory
Committee: Corey Brettschneider (Chair), Sharon Krause, James Der Derian, Nina Tannenwald
Assistant Professor of International Studies, Indiana University

Erin Beck
Dissertation Title: Transformation through Participation? The Micropolitics of Microcredit in Rural Guatemala
Subfield: Comparative Politics
Committee: Richard Snyder (Chair), Pauline Jones Luong, Jane Jaquette
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Oregon

Gavril Bilev
Dissertation Title: Checking the Boss: Legislation Autonomy and Executive Contestation in the Russian Regions 1992-2005
Subfield: Comparative Politics
Committee: Linda Cook (co-Chair), Pauline Jones Luong (co-Chair), Richard Snyder 
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Merrimack College

Catherine Corliss
Dissertation Title: Marginal but not Powerless: Local Politics in an Eastern German Village (defended December 14, 2011)
Subfield: Comparative Politics 
Committee: Pauline Jones Luong (Chair), Mark Blyth, James Morone, in memoriam Alan Zuckerman (Chair)

Anthony Lopez
Dissertation Title: The Risk Contract of War: Offense and Defense in the Adapted Mind
Subfield: International Relations
Committee: Rose McDermott (Chair), Mark Blyth, Leda Cosmides
Associate Professor of Political Science, Washington State University Vancouver

Feryaz Ocakli
Dissertation Title: Electing the Pious: Islamist Politics and Local Party Strategies in Turkey (defended December 6, 2011)
Subfield: Comparative Politics
Committee: Melani Cammett (Chair), Pauline Jones Luong, Patrick Heller 
Associate Professor of Political Science, Skidmore College

Cecilia Perla
Dissertation Title: Extracting from the Extractors: Political and Social Effects of Local Direct Investments of Mining Companies in Peru (defended May 19, 2011)
Subfield: Comparative Politics 
Committee: Pauline Jones Luong (Chair), Melani Cammett, Patrick Heller 
Copper Analyst, Rio Tinto, London, UK

Heather Silber Mohamed
Dissertation Title: Immigration, Protest, and the Politics of Latino/a Identity
Subfield: American / Comparative Politics
Committee: Marion Orr (Chair), Wendy Schiller, James Morone, in memoriam Alan Zuckerman (Chair)
Associate Professor of Political Science, Clark University

2011 GRADUATES

Jack Amoureux
Dissertation Title: Ethical Reflexivity as a Practice of International Politics
Subfield: IR Theory 
Committee: Thomas Biersteker (co-Chair), James Der Derian (co-Chair), Sharon Krause, Nicholas Onuf
Associate Teaching Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Wake Forest University

Fulya Apaydin
Dissertation Title: Partisan Choices and Post-Fordist Transformations: The Politics of Human Capital Formation in Turkey and Argentina, 1990-2000
Subfield: Comparative Politics 
Committee: Melani Cammett (co-Chair), Richard Snyder (co-Chair), Jose Itzigsohn 
Assistant Professor, IBEI

Kelly Bay-Mayer
Dissertation TitleDoes Participatory Governance Deliver? Citizen Participation and Social Service Delivery in Nicaragua
Subfield: Comparative Politics 
Committee: Richard Snyder (Chair), Pauline Jones Luong, Melani Cammett, Kenneth Wong 
Director of Research and Evaluation, Degrees of Change

Richard Maher
Dissertation Title: What Kind of Partnership? Interests, Identity, and European Foreign Policy Cooperation
Subfield: International Relations 
Committee: P. Terrence Hopmann (Chair), Ulrich Krotz, Nina Tannenwald 
Assistant Professor, School of Politics and International Relations, University College Dublin

Eduardo Moncada
Dissertation Title: The Coalitional Politics of Rule-of-Law Reform in Latin America
Subfield: Comparative Politics 
Committee: Richard Snyder (Chair), Pauline Jones Luong, Melani Cammett, Patrick Heller
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Barnard College, Columbia University

2010 GRADUATES

Mila Dragojevic
Dissertation Title: The Politics of Refugee Identity: Newcomers in Serbia from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia, 1992-2009
Subfield: Comparative Politics 
Committee: Pauline Jones Luong (Chair), Melani Cammett, Roger Peterson 
Associate Professor of Politics, Sewanee, the University of the South

Jeremy Johnson
Dissertation Title: Beyond Retrenchment: The Political and Ideological Foundations of the New American Welfare State, 1970-2000
Subfield: American Politics 
Committee: James Morone (Chair), Roger Cobb, Chris Howard, Darrell West, Scott Allard 
Associate Professor of Political Science, Carroll College

Matthew Lieber
Dissertation Title: Elections Beyond Borders: Overseas Voting in Mexico and the Dominican Republic, 1994-2008
Subfield: International Relations 
Committee: Peter Andreas (Chair), Richard Snyder, Ulrich Krotz
Lecturer, Madison Area Technical College

John Phillips
Dissertation Title: Natural Resources, Opportunity and Global Justice
Subfield: Political Theory 
Committee: John Tomasi (Chair), Corey Brettschneider, Pauline Jones Luong 
Associate Professor of Political Theory, Austin Peay State University

Molly Wallace
Dissertation Title: Confronting Wrongs, Affirming Difference: The Limits of Violence, the Power of Nonviolence, and the Case of the Nonviolent Intervention in Sri Lanka
Subfield: International Relations 
Committee: Sharon Krause (co-Chair), Thomas Biersteker (co-Chair), Catherine Lutz 
Visiting Scholar, Conflict Resolution Program, Portland State University

2009 GRADUATES

Daniel Ehlke
Dissertation Title: Political Health: Assessing Recent Reform Episodes in the Anglo-American Health Arena
Subfield: American Politics 
Committee: James Morone (Chair), Darrell West, Linda Cook, Vince Mor 
Associate Professor, Department of Health Policy and Management, School of Public Health, SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University

Ravi Perry
Dissertation Title: 21st Century Black Mayors, Non-Majority Black Cities, and the Representation of Black Interests
Subfield: American Politics 
Committee: Marion Orr (Chair), James Morone, Wendy Schiller, Darrell West 
Professor and Chair of Political Science, Howard University

David Western
Dissertation Title: Power, Justice, Empathy: How and Why Empathy Matters for Peace
Subfield: IR Theory
Committee: Thomas Biersteker (Chair), Sharon Krause, P. Terrence Hopmann 
Lecturer in Humanities and Political Thought, Christ College, Valparaiso University

2008 GRADUATES

Anthony Dell'Aera
Dissertation Title: Prescription Drug Regulation and the Art of the Possible: Reconciling Private Interest and Public Good in American Health Care Policy
Subfield: American Politics 
Committee: James Morone (Chair), John Tomasi, Darrell West 
Assistant Professor of Political Science, Worcester State University

Eduardo Gomez
Dissertation Title: Responding to Contested Epidemics: Democratization, International Pressures, and the Sources of Institutional Change
Subfield: American Politics 
Committee: James Morone (Chair), Marion Orr, James Mahoney 
Associate Professor, College of Health, Lehigh University

Kimberly Hudson
Dissertation Title: Jus Ad Bellum: A Reformulation
Subfield: International Relations 
Committee: P. Terrence Hopmann (Chair), John Reeder, John Tomasi 
Deputy Director of the AF Negotiation Center of Excellence (NCE) and Assistant Professor of Political Science, US Air War College

Hyun-Wook Kim
Dissertation Title: Critical Junctures and Alliance Cohesion: The Post-Cold War US-South Korea and US-Japan Alliances
Subfield: International Relations 
Committee: P. Terrence Hopmann (Chair), Thomas Biersteker, Chung-In Moon 
Professor, Korea National Diplomatic Academy

2007 GRADUATES

Carmen Pavel
Dissertation Title: From Moral Conflict to Institutional Pluralism: A new Institutional Approach to International Order
Subfield: Political Theory 
Committee: Sharon Krause (Chair), Charles Larmore, William Galston 
Senior Lecturer, International Politics, King's College, London

2006 GRADUATES

Jennifer Fitzgerald
Dissertation Title: Social Ties and Attitudes Toward Immigration in Europe
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Colorado, Boulder

Veronica Kitchen
Dissertation Title: Arguing Identity and Security: Out-of-Area Intervention and Change in the Atlantic Community
Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Waterloo

Melissa Labonte
Dissertation Title: Bringing Influence to Bear: Humanitarian Actors and the Politics of Intervention
Associate Professor of Political Science, Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies, Fordham University

Jermaine McCalpin
Dissertation Title: Justice Under Constraints : The Nature of Transitional Justice in Deeply Divided Societies
Associate Director for the Centre for Caribbean Thought and Lecturer of Transitional Justice in the Department of Government, University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica

Carrie Nordlund
Dissertation Title: We'll All Have Shoes in Heaven: Church Context and Political Behavior
Associate Director, Public Policy, Lecturer in International and Public Affairs, Watson Institute, Brown University

Shankar Prasad
Dissertation Title: Red, Brown, and Blue: The Political Behavior of Asian Indian Americans
Deputy Provost for Global Engagement and Strategic Initiatives, Brown University 

Peter Romaniuk
Dissertation Title: Global and local Wars on Terror: Policy Convergence and Counter-Terrorism in South and Southeast Asia
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY

GRADUATES BEFORE 2006

Lucas Swaine
Dissertation Title: Theocracy: Citadel of Devotion
Associate Professor of Government, Dartmouth College

Diane Heith
Dissertation Title: Polling for Policy: Public Opinion and Presidential Leadership
Professor, Government and Politics, St. John's University

Daniel Gitterman
Dissertation Title: Reditributed Earnings?: The American System of Shared Powers and te Fair Labor Standards Act
Thomas Willis Lambeth Distinguished Chair in Public Policy and Chair of the Department of Public Policy, UNC-Chapel Hill.

Joel Oestreich
Dissertation Title: The Moral Obligations of International Financial Institutions
Professor and Director of the Global Studies Major, Department of Global Studies and Modern Languages, Department of Politics, Drexel University