Sarah Anderson arrived at the Bren School in 2007, bringing expertise in political structures and dynamics, which profoundly influence environmental policy. Her research interests include legislatures, political parties, public policy, statistical methods, and environmental politics.
I am an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Duke University. I received my PhD in Politics from Princeton. An alumna of the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Paris, I hold a BA and MA in philosophy from the University of Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne and the agrégation de philosophie.
Matthew Levendusky is currently the Penny and Robert A. Fox Director of the Fels Institute of Government, Professor of Political Science, and, by Courtesy, in the Annenberg School for Communications. He is also a Distinguished Fellow in the Institutions of Democracy at the Annenberg Public Policy Center.
My main areas of current research are in Metaethics, Philosophy of Law, Ethics, and Philosophy of Language. I also have significant research interests in Epistemology, Metaphysics, and Social/Political Philosophy.
Erin Hartman is an Assistant Professor of Political Science and Statistics at UCLA. Her recent research focuses on creating new methods–including both theoretical approaches and new estimation strategies–for identifying and validating causal effects. In particular, she studies the methods under which experimental findings can be extrapolated beyond the experimental sample.