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Students on the Academic Market for 2018-2019

University of Washington, Seattle is pleased to present candidates on the 2017-2018 academic market. Below we provide their brief profiles: dissertation abstract, dissertation committee members, resume, list of publications, teaching experience, and contact email. Should you have any questions, please contact these candidates or their dissertation committee chairs, Susanne Recordon (Placement Coordinator), or Professor Aseem Prakash (2017-2018 Placement Director).

Candidate

Fields of Study

John-Paul
Anderson
Crime and Criminality, Ethics, Incarceration, Law and Society, Political Theory, Public Law, Punishment, Race and Ethnicity
Mathieu
Dubeau
Environmental Politics, Feminism and Feminist Theory, International Relations, Justice, Labor, Political Theory, Political Ecology, Human-Animal Studies, Anthrozoology
William
Gochberg
Africa, Comparative Politics, Environmental Politics, International Relations, Political Economy, Political Methodology
Jason Lambacher Political Theory, Global Environmental Politics, Comparative Public Law
Beatrice
Magistro
Comparative Politics, European Politics, European Union, Political Economy, Political Methodology, Quantitative Methods, Italian Politics, Political Trust, Financial and Economic Literacy, Public Opinion, Political Behavior
Travis
Nelson
European Union, Ideology, International Relations, International Security, Political Economy, Political Psychology, Quantitative Methods
Stephanie
Stanley
Social Movements, Democratic Theory, American Political Development, Political Parties and Interest Groups, Populism
Rafeel
Wasif
Nonprofit Fundraising and Accountability, Religious Nonprofits, Political Islam, South Asia, Data Science for Public Policy, Computational Social Science, Computer Vision, Text-as-data, Survey Experiments
Stephen
Winkler
Africa, Comparative Politics, Political Economy,Political Methodology, Sexuality, International Development, Impact Evaluation