Graduate Program

Placement Candidates

This page is designed to provide instantaneous and continuously updated information about our Ph.D. candidates (and some recent Ph.D.s) now on the academic market. For each student, you will find a descriptive paragraph, a curriculum vitae, and a variety of other information. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our job candidates; members of our faculty; Thom Wall, the placement coordinator on our staff; or this year's placement director, Professor Claudine Gay.

Placement Candidate Field Advisor
Brown, Colin Comparative Politics Peter Hall
Cavaille, Charlotte Comparative Politics, Social Policy Peter Hall
Clure, Graham Political Theory Richard Tuck
Foa, Roberto Comparative Politics James Robinson
Goldenziel, Jill Law and Public Policy Robert Bates
Hall, Andrew American Politics, Methods James Snyder
Holland, Bradley Comparative Politics Steven Levitsky
Howk, Jennifer Comparative Politics/Environmental Politics Steven Levitsky
Kelly, Catherine Comparative Politics Steven Levitsky
Koss, Daniel Comparative Politics Elizabeth Perry
Lada, Akos Political Economy/IR James Robinson
Llaudet, Elena American/Comparative Politics/Methods Stephen Ansolabehere
Lesch, Charles Political Theory Nancy Rosenblum
Loxton, James Comparative Politics Steven Levitsky
Mounk, Yascha Political Theory Michael Sandel
Page, Jennifer Political Theory Dennis Thompson
Paul, Ruxandra Comparative Politics Grzegorz Ekiert
Sabet, Shahrzad International Relations Jeffry Frieden
Saunders-Hastings, Emma Political Theory Nancy Rosenblum
Schneer, Benjamin American Politics/Methods Gary King
Schwartz, Claire International Relations Michael Hiscox
Selinger, William Political Theory Richard Tuck
Song, BK American Politics James Snyder
Stewart, Brandon IR, Methods Gary King
Superti, Chiara Comparative Politics, Methods Gary King
Tontiplaphol, Don Political Theory Richard Tuck
Trump, Kris-Stella American Politics Stephen Ansolabehere
Williamson, Vanessa Social Policy Theda Skocpol
Vaynman, Jane International Relations Beth Simmons



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