Leah Christiani studies the way race, gender, and identity structure politics, and how different people experience government.
Dan Feller’s interests encompass mid-nineteenth-century America as a whole, with special attention to Jacksonian politics and the coming of the Civil War.
Nathan Kelly studies the US macro political system and examines how different parts of the country govern.
Jana Morgan studies issues of inequality, exclusion, and representation in the U.S.
Chris Ojeda researches the social and economic roots of political inequality.
Richard Pacelle is an expert on the US Supreme Court. His other interests include American politics, constitutional law, civil liberties, and the judicial process.
Brandon Prins’s research focuses on the relationship between domestic politics, international relations, and militarized conflict.
Gary Uzonyi’s research primarily focuses on topics related to genocide, politicide, and mass killing during civil war.
Rachel White studies issues of power, voice and diversity in state and local education policy making and implementation processes.
Kirsten Widner studies political representation among the disenfranchised, including children, noncitizens, and those with criminal convictions.