Andrew Little is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at UC Berkeley. Prior to joining Berkeley he received a B.A. from Carleton College, a Ph.D from NYU, and taught at Cornell.
His research uses formal models to study authoritarian politics, communication and information manipulation, and conflict.
Peter Loewen is the former Director of the now-merged School of Public Policy and Governance and is Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto. He works on questions of elite and citizen behaviour and the role of technology in improving governance and representation.
Laia Balcells is a political scientist specializing in the study of political violence as well as nationalism and ethnic conflict. She earned her PhD from Yale University in 2010 and has been Assistant Professor of Political Science at Duke University (2012-2017).
Daniel de Kadt is an assistant professor of political science at the University of California Merced. He received my PhD from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Pia Raffler is an Assistant Professor of Government at Harvard University, working at the intersection of political economy of development and comparative politics. She is interested in political accountability, in particular in Sub-Saharan Africa.