Faculty

Our faculty includes leading experts in the study of women, gender, and politics across all four traditional subfields of political science: American politics, comparative politics, international relations, and political theory. They employ a wide range of research methods in their research and teaching, including interpretivist approaches, qualitative methods, field and laboratory experiments, and statistical analyses. Several of our faculty are also part of the new Race & Ethnic Politics subfield in the Political Science Department at Rutgers, reflecting a deep commitment to employing intersectionality as a concept and method in political science. 

Core Faculty

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Dr. Nikol Alexander-Floyd
Professor
Public Law/American Politics
Race & Ethnic Politics
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Dr. Mona Lena Krook
 
Professor
Comparative Politics

Women & Politics Subfield Chair
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Dr. Cynthia R. Daniels
 
Professor
American Politics
Public Policy
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Dr. Summer Lindsey
 
Assistant Professor
International Relations
Research Methods
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Dr. Elena Gambino
 
Assistant Professor
Political Theory
Race & Ethnic Politics
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Dr. Kira Sanbonmatsu
 
Professor
American Politics

Senior Scholar, CAWP

Affiliated Faculty

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Dr. Jocelyn Elise
Crowley
Professor
Public Policy

Edward J. Bloustein School
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Dr. Kelly Dittmar
 
Associate Professor
American Politics

RU-Camden, CAWP
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Dr. Stacey Greene
 
Assistant Professor
American Politics
Race and Ethnic Politics
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Dr. Yalidy Matos
 
Assistant Professor
Race & Ethnic Politics
Latino & Carribbean Studies

Retired Faculty

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Dr. Barbara Callaway
 
Professor
Comparative Politics
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Dr. Susan J. Carroll
 
Professor
American Politics
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Dr. Mary Hawkesworth
Distinguished Professor
Political Theory