The following Harvard faculty accepted invitations to become WCFIA Faculty Associates in the 2014–2015 academic year:
Lawrence Bobo, W.E.B. Du Bois Professor of the Social Sciences and Professor of African and African American Studies, Department of Sociology and Department of African and African American Studies; Chair, Department of African and African American Studies. Race; ethnicity; politics; and social inequality.
Paul Y. Chang, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology. Social and political change in South Korea; and democratization and the changing family structure.
Alejandro de la Fuente, Robert Woods Bliss Professor of Latin-American History and Economics, Department of History; Professor of African and African American Studies, Department of African and African American Studies. Comparative slavery and race relations in the Americas; the evolution of slave regimes in a comparative perspective; and the intersections between race, nation, and citizenship in Latin America.
Laura Díaz Anadón, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School. Drivers of technology innovation; science and technology policy; water-energy-food-pollution infrastructure linkages; managing uncertainty; United States; China; European Union; and the Middle East and North Africa.
Ann Forsyth, Professor of Urban Planning, Department of Urban Planning and Design, Harvard Graduate School of Design. The social aspects of physical planning with a focus on suburbs and creating healthy places.
Tamar Herzog, Monroe Gutman Professor of Latin American Affairs and Professor of Spanish and Portuguese History, Department of History. The relationship between Spain, Portugal, and Latin America in the early modern period.
Tarun Khanna, Jorge Paulo Lemann Professor, Strategy Unit, Harvard Business School. Entrepreneurship in emerging markets; and comparative work on trajectories of economic development.
Horacio A. Larreguy Arbesú, Assistant Professor, Department of Government. Political economy and economic development using both theory and econometrics.
Quentin Mayne, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School. Comparative political behavior; urban politics and multilevel governance; and welfare policy, with a focus on advanced industrial democracies.
Rahul Mehrotra, Professor of Urban Design and Planning, Harvard Graduate School of Design. Ephemeral Urbanism—studying and constructing taxonomy of patterns of temporary occupation of space across the globe.
Kathryn A. Sikkink, Ryan Family Professor of Human Rights Policy, Harvard Kennedy School. Human rights; international law; transnational advocacy networks; Latin American politics; and transnational justice.