New Affiliates

Isabel Bernhard

Isabel Bernhard

Undergraduate Associate; Williams/Lodge International Government and Public Affairs Research Fellow. Committee on Degrees in Social Studies, Harvard College.

Research interests: Democratic transitions and consolidation; civil-military relations; national security policy; and Argentine and Brazilian politics.

Danielle N. Boaz

Danielle N. Boaz

Visiting Fellow, Weatherhead Research Cluster on Global Transformations (WIGH). Assistant Professor, Department of Africana Studies, University of North Carolina, Charlotte.

Research interests: Colonial history; legal history; African and African diaspora religions; British Empire; Atlantic world; witchcraft; and race and ethnicity.

1727 Cambridge Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
Emma Mendoza Broder

Emma Mendoza Broder

Graduate Student Affiliate. PhD Candidate, Department of the History of Science, Harvard University.

Research interests: Contemporary US medicine; history of controversial disease categories; biomedicalization; medical theories of causation/etiology; social histories of medicine; and the borders of medicine, psychiatry, and social deviance.

Jessie W. Bullock

Jessie W. Bullock

Graduate Student Affiliate. PhD Candidate, Department of Government, Harvard University.

Research interests: Latin American politics; Brazilian politics; political violence; organized crime; corruption; vote buying and clientalism; machine politics; and women and organized crime.

Haldor Byrkjeflot

Haldor Byrkjeflot

Visiting Scholar, SCANCOR-Weatherhead Partnership (spring 2020). Professor, Department of Sociology and Human Geography, University of Oslo.

Research interests: Comparative historical research; organization theory; the Nordic model(s); making and circulation of societal models; the role of bureaucracy and associational governance in the making of societies; neoliberalism; and populism.

1737 Cambridge Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
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Eric Yi-hung Chiou

US Fulbright Scholar. Associate Professor, Deaprtment of International Relations and International Political Economy, National Chiao Tung University.
Research interests: The impacts of US-China strategic competition on the global economic order from an international political economy perspective.
Michał Cholewa

Michał Cholewa

Fellow, Weatherhead Scholars Program (fall 2019). Diplomat, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Poland.

Research interests: Transatlantic relations; US foreign policy; modern Middle East and North Africa; Israeli-Palestinian relations; and Jewish studies.

61 Kirkland Street, room 204
Cambridge, MA 02138
Paul T. Clarke

Paul T. Clarke

Graduate Student Associate. PhD Candidate, Department of African and African American Studies, Harvard University.

Research interests: Crime and policing; sovereignty and authority; masculinity; political economy; urban anthropology; security and surveillance technology; Johannesburg; and southern Africa.

1737 Cambridge Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
Jenna Cook

Jenna Cook

Graduate Student Associate. PhD Candidate, Department of Sociology, Harvard University.

Research interests: Gender and family; China; social change; cultural sociology; and sociology of the law.

1737 Cambridge Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
Ian Copeland

Ian Copeland

Graduate Student Affiliate. PhD Candidate, Department of Music, Harvard University.

Research interests: Ethnomusicology of sub-Saharan Africa; sociocultural anthropology; international development; humanitarianism; postcolonialism; and music, sound, and aesthetics.

Laura  Correa Ochoa

Laura Correa Ochoa

Graduate Student Affiliate. PhD Candidate, Department of History, Harvard University.

Research interests: Race, nation, and social movements in twentieth-century Latin America and the Caribbean; black and indigenous movements in the Americas; and modern Colombian history.

Angie Cui

Angie Cui

Undergraduate Associate; Williams/Lodge International Government and Public Affairs Research Fellow. Department of East Asian Studies and Department of Government, Harvard College.

Research interests: Chinese foreign policy; US-China relations; historical memory; contemporary East Asia; modernization theory; and security studies.

Thomas David

Thomas David

Visiting Scholar, Weatherhead Research Cluster on Global Transformations (WIGH) (fall 2019). Professor of International History, Institute of Political Studies, University of Lausanne.

Research interests: Global history; sociology of elites; colonial and postcolonial history; history of capitalism; transnational networks; and philanthropy.

1727 Cambridge Street, room E210
Cambridge, MA 02138