Candidates

The following job candidates are currently on the market:

Name Dissertation Committee Fields
Hao Chen
(Ph.D.)
Social Welfare Expansion in China: Big Business, Development Zone, and Municipal Politicians Joseph Fewsmith, Cathie Jo Martin, Dino Christenson, and Andrew Saich Comparative Politics, International Relations, Chinese Politics
Seulah Choi
(ABD)
(CV here)
Where You Sit Matters: Diplomatic Network and International Conflict Douglas Kriner, Dino Christenson, Manjari Miller, and Rosella Cappella Zielinski International Relations, Political Methodology
Junda Jin
(Ph.D.)
Fueled by State: Comparative Study of Chinese and Japanese Overseas Energy Finance by State-Owned Financial Institutions Min Ye, Joseph Fewsmith, Kevin Gallagher, and William Grimes Comparative Politics, International Relations, Chinese Politics
Valeriya Kamenova
(ABD)
(CV here)
Sustaining Party Democracy: Internal Democratic Mechanisms and Grassroots Activism in the Right-wing Populist Party ‘Alternative for Germany’ Sofia Perez, Taylor Boas, Jeremy Menchik Comparative Politics, International Relations, European Politics
Michael Luke
(ABD)
Partisan Dynamics and Welfare State Retrenchment Cathie Jo Martin, Taylor Boas, Vivien Schmidt, and Sofia Perez Comparative Politics
Fatima Mustafa
(Ph.D.)
Violence, Political Parties and Counterterrorism: Three Essays on Pakistan John Gerring, Taylor Boas, Douglas Kriner, and Steven Rosenzweig Comparative Politics
June Park
(Ph.D.)
Trade Wars & Currency Conflict: China, Japan, and South Korea’s Responses to U.S. Protectionism, 1971-2013 William Grimes, Joseph Fewsmith, Kevin Gallagher, and Douglas Kriner International Political Economy
Eniola Soyemi
(Ph.D.)
(CV here)
Law’s Moral Legitimacy and the Significance of Participation Judith Swanson, Timothy Longman, Taylor Boas, and Neta C. Crawford Political Theory
Metehan Tekinirk
(ABD)
Populism and Nationalism in the Age of Competition, Anxiety and Resentment; with Particular Attention to the Populist Transformation of Turkey Liah Greenfeld, Vivien Schmidt, Murat Somer, and Sofia Perez Comparative Politics, International Relations