The following Harvard faculty accepted invitations to be WCFIA Faculty Associates during the 2014–2015 academic year:
Julie Battilana, Associate Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School. Hybrid organizations that diverge from typical corporations and not-for-profits by combining aspects of both at their core.
Sílvia Benedito, Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture, Harvard Graduate School of Design. The role of atmosphere, weather, and sensation in the design disciplines of landscape architecture and urbanism.
Lisa Berkman, Thomas D. Cabot Professor of Public Policy and of Epidemiology; Director, Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. The role of social conditions and social and economic policies in shaping patterns of population health and aging.
Theresa S. Betancourt, Associate Professor of Child Health and Human Rights, Department of Global Health and Population, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Developmental/psychosocial consequences of adversity on children/families; resilience; humanitarian and refugee studies; and cross-cultural mental health research.
Matthew Blackwell, Assistant Professor, Department of Government, Harvard University. Political methodology; historical political economy; American politics; and historical persistence of beliefs.
Tomiko Brown-Nagin, Daniel P.S. Paul Professor of Constitutional Law, Harvard Law School; Professor of History and Co-Director, Program in Law and History, Department of History, Harvard University. Constitutional law; constitutional and social history; civil rights movements in the Atlantic world; immigration and social mobility; comparative education law and policy.
Michael Callen, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School. Identifying ways to address accountability and service delivery failures in the public sector in developing countries with experiments and primary data collection.
Melani Cammett, Professor of Government, Department of Government, Harvard University. Comparative politics; political economy of development; religion and ethnicity; governance and welfare by public, private, and non-state actors; and Middle East politics.
Candelaria Garay, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School. Latin American politics; social policy; political parties; social movements; and subnational variation in policy implementation.
Lorgia García-Peña, Assistant Professor, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, Harvard University. Contemporary US Latino/a literature and cultures; Caribbean literature and cultures; performance studies; race and ethnicity; transnational feminism; migration; human rights; and Dominican and Dominican diaspora studies.
Susan Greenhalgh, John King and Wilma Cannon Fairbank Professor of Chinese Society; Professor of Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, Harvard University. Social studies of science, technology, and medicine; anthropology of the state, governance, and public policy; critical weight studies; politics of reproduction, population, and life itself; gender studies; modernity and globalization; socialism and postsocialism; People’s Republic of China; Taiwan; and selected interests in US society.
Matteo Maggiori, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Harvard University. Finance and international macroeconomics.
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.
George Paul Meiu, Assistant Professor of Anthropology and African and African American Studies, Departments of Anthropology and of African and African American Studies, Harvard University. Race; ethnicity; sexuality and sexual citizenship; kinship; gender; economic anthropology; historical anthropology; East Africa; and Kenya.
Samuel Moyn, Professor of Law, Harvard Law School; Professor of History, Department of History, Harvard University. The relationship between the history of human rights and the evolution of global political economy since 1945.
Katharina Piechocki, Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature, Department of Comparative Literature, Harvard University. Cartography, literature, and translation studies; and investigating the borders of early modern Europe and the contact zones between European/non-European.
Laurence Ralph, Assistant Professor of Anthropology and African and African American Studies, Departments of Anthropology and of African and African American Studies, Harvard University. The impact of police violence in the US and abroad as it relates to global governance.
Maya Sen, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School. Law; political economy; political methodology; race and ethnic politics; and judicial politics.
Michael Walton, Lecturer in Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School. India; rural education; inequality; the political economy of cities; corporate behavior; and the politics of statesociety and state-business interactions.
Elizabeth M. Wolkovich, Assistant Professor, Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University. Predicting plant responses to climate change, with a focus on how both wild and crop species will shift across Europe and North America in the future.
Jonathan Zittrain, Professor of Law, Harvard Law School and Harvard Kennedy School; Professor of Computer Science, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Digital property and content; cryptography; electronic privacy; the roles of intermediaries within Internet architecture; human computing; and technology in education.