The following Harvard faculty accepted invitations to be WCFIA Faculty Associates during the 2016–2017 academic year:
Pierre Bélanger, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture, Harvard Graduate School of Design. The intersection of territory, infrastructure, media, mapping, history, conflict, and power.
Eve Blau, Adjunct Professor of the History of Urban Form, Department of Urban Planning and Design, Harvard Graduate School of Design. Modern architecture and urbanism; postindustrial and postsocialist urban transitions; Central and Eastern Europe; and urban design and planning.
Emmerich Davies, Assistant Professor of Education, Harvard Graduate School of Education. Political economy of development and education, particularly in South Asia.
Benjamin Enke, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Harvard University. Behavioral, cultural, and experimental economics.
Frances Hagopian, Jorge Paulo Lemann Senior Lecturer on Government, Department of Government, Harvard University. Comparative politics, with a specialization in comparative Latin American and Brazilian politics; democratization and democratic governance; political representation; political institutions; religion in politics; and political economy.
Ieva Jusionyte, Assistant Professor of Anthropology and of Social Studies, Department of Anthropology, Harvard University. Political and legal anthropology; public anthropology; security; crime and violence; urban infrastructures; emergency management and response systems; statecraft, governance, and borders; news media and journalism; Argentina; Mexico; and US-Mexico border.
Ya-Wen Lei, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Harvard University. Political sociology; law and society; economic sociology; cultural sociology; Chinese studies; political communication; and urbanization.
Scott Mainwaring, Jorge Paulo Lemann Professor for Brazil Studies, Harvard Kennedy School. Democracy, authoritarianism, and party systems, primarily in Latin America.
Gautam Rao, Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Harvard University. Applying insights from psychology to topics in economics, particularly in developing countries.
Sophia Roosth, Associate Professor, Department of the History of Science, Harvard University. History of biology; science and technology studies; and women and gender studies.
Jesse Schreger, Assistant Professor, Business, Government, and the International Economy Unit, Harvard Business School. International finance; sovereign debt; global capital flows; and exchange rates.
S.V. Subramanian, Professor of Population Health and Geography, Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Harvard Chan School of Public Health. Social and contextual determinants of health; health inequalities in India; and understanding the causes and consequences of undernutrition among children in disadvantaged settings.
Yuhua Wang, Assistant Professor, Department of Government, Harvard University. Corruption and the rule of law; authoritarian politics; state building and state capacity; and Chinese politics.
Lucie White, Louis A. Horvitz Professor of Law, Harvard Law School. International law; human rights; poverty law; economic and social inequality; and sub-Saharan Africa.
Xiang Zhou, Associate Professor, Department of Government, Harvard University. The causes and consequences of economic inequality; political culture and public opinion; and quantitative methods.