Daniela Cammack works primarily on ancient Greek politics and philosophy, though she maintains research and teaching interests in Roman, medieval and modern political ideas and practices, the history of political economy (especially Marx) and the history and theory of democracy.
Elisabeth van Lieshout is a PhD candidate in Political Science at Stanford University, specializing in international political economy
Margaret (Molly) Roberts's research interests lie in the intersection of political methodology and the politics of information, with a specific focus on methods of automated content analysis and the politics of censorship in China. She received a PhD from Harvard in Government (2014), MS in Statistics from Stanford (2009) and BA in International Relations and Economics (2009).
I am a PhD Candidate in Political Science at University of Pennsylvania currently in exchange at Stanford University. My research interests include comparative politics, quantitative methods and political economy.
Andrew Guess is an assistant professor of politics and public affairs at Princeton University.