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|Higley, John||Edward A. Clark Center for Australian and New Zealand Studies; Government; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies||General comparative politics, comparative historical political sociology, the comparative study of political elites, politics in Australia and New Zealand|
|Hooker, Juliet||John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies; African and African Diaspora Studies; Government; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Multiculturalism, Critical Race Theory, Black Political Thought, Latin American Political Thought, Latin American Politics (especially black and indigenous movements).|
|Hunter, Wendy||Government; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Dr. Hunter studies Comparative Politics, with an emphasis on Latin American affairs. She has done in depth work on the military in Brazil and the Southern Cone, as well as research on social policy …|
|Jacobsohn, Gary||Government; South Asia Institute||Professor Jacobsohn's interests and work lie at the intersection of constitutional theory and comparative constitutionalism. He has recently completed a book on constitutional identity, which …|
|Jessee, Stephen||Government; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Dr. Jessee's primary areas of study are American politics and statistical methodology. Substantively, he is interested in elections, public opinion, Congress and the courts. His methodological …|
|Jones, Bryan||Government||Professor Jones’ research interests center in the study of public policy processes, American governing institutions, and the connection between human decision-making and organizational behavior.|
|Leal, David||Government; Center for Mexican American Studies||Dr. Leal's primary academic interest is Latino politics. His goal is to understand how Latino individuals and communities shape – and are shaped by – politics in the United States. …|
|Lin, Tse-Min||Asian Studies; Government; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Methodology, formal theory, American and comparative political behavior, mathematical methods, dynamics of the gender gap, congressional tenure, Taiwanese politics|
|Luskin, Robert||Government; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Political behavior, methodology, public opinion, voting behavior, political psychology, statistical methods Dr. Luskin has long been particularly interested in the effects of political information on …|