Jeane DeLaney is a
tenured Assistant Professor with a joint appointment in Latin American History at St. Olaf
and Carleton Colleges in Minnesota.
Herbert Dittgen is a
Professor [Privatdozent] of Political Sciences at the University of Göttingen. He is
currently a Senior Associate Member at St. Anthonys College, Oxford.
John D. Ely is an
independent writer with a mailbox at the University of San Francisco, Politics Department,
who has written for journals such as Thesis Eleven, German Politics and Society,
and Democracy and Nature.
Miriam Feldblum is a
Senior Research Fellow in Political Science at the California Institute of Technology and
an Assistant Professor of Politics at the University of San Francisco.
Malick Ghachem is a
doctoral candidate in history at Stanford University and a student at Harvard Law School.
Thomas C. Heller is
Shelton Professor of International Legal Studies at the Stanford Law School and a Senior
Fellow at the Stanford Institute for International Studies.
Amalia D. Kessler is a
doctoral candidate in history at Stanford University and a student at Yale Law School.
has both a Ph.D. in Modern European History and a J.D. from Stanford University and is
most recently the author of Between Consent and Descent: Conceptions of Democratic
Robert Kunath is an
Assistant Professor of History at Illinois College.
Brenda Melendy is a
doctoral candidate in History at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
recently received her doctorate in anthropology from Stanford University.
Papademetriou is Director of the Carnegie Endowments International Migration
David Patton is an
Assistant Professor in the Government Department at Connecticut College.
Sophie H. Pirie
is Consulting Associate Professor, Stanford Law School and Co-Director, Stanford Program
in International Legal Studies.
Deborah J. Rossum is a
doctoral candidate in history at the University of Chicago.
Tyler Stovall is a
Professor of History at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Sarah Sussman is a
doctoral candidate in history at Stanford University.
teaches Modern European Intellectual History at the University of California, Santa Cruz.
Michael G. Vann is a
doctoral candidate in history at the University of California, Santa Cruz.