Edelstein works for the most part on eighteenth-century France, with research interests at the crossroads of literature, history, political theory, and digital humanities.
Faisal Ahmed is a professor at Princeton University. During the 2016-17 academic year he’ll be a National Fellow at the Hoover Institution.
John Marshall is an Assistant Professor in the Columbia University Department of Political Science.
Emma Saunders-Hastings is a political theorist whose research focuses on inequality, subordination, and private power. She holds a PhD from the Department of Government at Harvard University and an MPhil in International Relations from the University of Cambridge.
Sonal S. Pandya is Associate Professor of Politics and Director of Graduate Placement at the University of Virginia. She is a specialist in international political economy and the political economy of economic development. Her current research examines why countries regulate foreign direct investment.