United States Experts
Scientific Secretary, Institute of Philosphy and Law, National Academy of Sciences, Yerevan
Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Center for the Study of African-American Politics, University of Rochester
I have taught political science at the University of Rochester since the fall of 1994. In addition to my years of research and teaching at Rochester, I have worked as a research assistant at the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies in Washington, D.C. and, during graduate school, as a research analyst at the Chicago Urban League's Research and Planning Department. My experiences at the...
President, Institute for Women's Policy Research
Professor of History, Ohio State University
Trained as a political historian, I wrote my dissertation and first book on the Truman administration, through which I endeavored to understand the defining phenomena of the post-World War II United States: solidification of the political economy established in the New Deal and wartime mobilization; the origins of the Cold War and national security state; the rise of domestic anti-Communism; and t...
Vice Chair of the Committee on the Rights of Women; Adjunct Professor, Georgetown University Law Center and a Member of the Board of Directors of the Womens' Law and Public Policy Fellowship Program
Professor, University of Maryland School of Law
My work focuses on moral questions that arise in public policy and critically examines the law's response to these questions. At times, my work treats legal doctrine as if it encapsulates a moral theory itself, Equal Protection doctrine as the Supreme Court's own theory of the criteria for wrongful discrimination, for example. This approach to legal questions grows out of my background in moral ph...
study director, Institute for Women's Policy Research
Professor of Public Policy and Technology at the School of Public Policy at George Mason University