Brulé Examines How Climate Crises Alter Women’s Political Representation
“Not only can climate change induce migration, but, I argue, climate shocks…can also destabilize gendered social systems…initiate political transformations… [and[ compel women to mobilize—as representatives and their supporters—to redirect local and national political agendas to respond to the vulnerabilities exposed by climate shocks.”
Brulé Offers Insights Into COVID-Exacerbated Gender Inequality
“Bringing gender equality into focus has the power to transform not only relationships between citizens, but also trust in states, enabling resilience in the face of COVID-19 and the global challenges on our horizon.”
Brulé Op-Ed Explores Forces Shaping Political Gender Gap
“In India, Banerjee has broken the glass ceiling for women in politics. As female political participation rises, so do incentives and opportunities for running for office.”
Brulé Publishes Article Analyzing Political Economy Gender Gap
Coauthors Brulé and Gaikwad’s find that lineage norms – which determine who gets to make decisions about wealth and how – are key determinants of the political economy gender gap.
Brulé Publishes Op-Ed on COVID-19 Exacerbated Inequality
“Now is the time to tackle inequality head on, for a resilient future where we not only survive, but expand our capacity to flourish.”
Faculty Weigh In On Priorities for Human Development
What should the top policy priorities be for supporting human development in the year ahead?
Pardee Students Publish Op-Ed on Women’s Suffrage
How has the women’s suffrage movement influenced #MeToo, and how can today’s movement learn from the mistakes of the past?
Brulé Published in The Journal of Politics
Prof. Brulé’s research explores how quotas for women’s political representation promote economic gender equality.
Pardee School Invites Applications for Faculty Positions
The Frederick S. Pardee School for Global Studies at Boston University invites applications for three faculty positions.