Vinod Aggarwal

Vinod Aggarwal

Professor of business and public policy

International political economy, trade, world markets, recession, debt, finance, supply chains, impact of disease pandemics on global economy.

Henry Brady

Henry Brady

Professor of political science and public policy, dean of the Goldman School of Public Policy

Areas of expertise: Elections, politics, government.

Jack Citrin

Jack Citrin

Professor of political science

Areas of expertise: U.S. politics, public opinion and elections. The Jack Citrin Center for Public Opinion Research conducts research on important long-term issues facing California and the nation.

Steven Fish

Steven Fish

Political science professor

Politics in Russia, Central Asia, Eurasia and Eastern Europe.

Bruce Fuller

Bruce Fuller

Professor of education and public policy in the Graduate School of Education

Areas of expertise: education and public policy, diverse forms of schooling such as charter schools, early learning, socialization of Latino children.

Carole Galante

Carole Galante

I. Donald Terner Distinguished Professor in Affordable Housing and Urban Policy; faculty director of the Terner Center for Housing Innovation;

Served in the Obama Administration for over five years as the Assistant Secretary for Housing/Federal Housing Commissioner at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and as the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Multifamily Housing

Jack Glaser

Jack Glaser

Professor and associate dean of public policy

Areas of expertise: Political psychology, stereotyping, prejudice & discrimination, criminal justice, politics.

Amy Gurowitz

Amy Gurowitz

Lecturer in political science, director of education programs in the Institute of International Studies

Areas of expertise: international relations, international ethics, human rights, immigration politics, foreign policy.

Mike Hout

Mike Hout

Professor emeritus of sociology and demography

Expertise: Socio-economic class, demographics, inequality, politics of religion.

David Kirp

David Kirp

Professor of the Graduate School, emeritus professor of public policy

Areas of expertise: children, youth and families, education, race and ethnicity, law, politics, ethics, early childhood education, higher education, community.

George Lakoff

George Lakoff

Emeritus professor of linguistics and cognitive science, director of the Center for the Neural Mind and Society

Areas of expertise: language and conceptual systems, research into metaphorical thought and how thought is embodied.

Stephen Menendian

Stephen Menendian

Assistant director, Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society

Expertise: Diversity and inclusion, immigration, civil rights, LGBT issues, race relations.

Mahmood  Monshipouri

Mahmood Monshipouri

Lecturer in global studies and international and area Studies

International relations in Middle East, North Africa and Iran. Muslim world politics.

Michael Nacht

Michael Nacht

Thomas and Alison Schneider Professor of Public Policy

Areas of expertise: international relations and public policy, national security policy, public management.

john a. powell

john a. powell

Professor of Law and of African American Studies

Civil rights, racism, poverty, inequality, democracy.

Xiao Qiang

Xiao Qiang

Adjunct professor, research scientist in the School of Information

Expertise: Technology and human rights, China, censorship, surveillance, digital activism, information politics.

Eric Schickler

Eric Schickler

Professor of political science

Areas of expertise: Congress, American political development, political parties.

Harley Shaiken

Harley Shaiken

Professor of education, chair of the Latin American Studies Center

Areas of expertise: labor and the global economy, role of schooling and skills in the global economy, immigration and Latin America.

Laura Stoker

Laura Stoker

Professor of political science

Expertise: American politics, political behavior, political psychology, public opinion, voting and elections.

Richard A. Walker

Richard A. Walker

Professor of geography, emeritus

Areas of expertise: race, environment, urbanism, politics, geography, resources, economic geography, regional development, cities, California, class.

Steven  Weber

Steven Weber

Professor of political science, School of Information

Areas of expertise: International politics and business; the information economy; cybersecurity; behavioral economics in Information systems.

Immigration

Irene Bloemraad

Irene Bloemraad

Professor of sociology

Immigration, citizenship, multiculturalism, integration.

Jack Citrin

Jack Citrin

Professor of political science

Areas of expertise: U.S. politics, public opinion and elections. The Jack Citrin Center for Public Opinion Research conducts research on important long-term issues facing California and the nation.

Amy Gurowitz

Amy Gurowitz

Lecturer in political science, director of education programs in the Institute of International Studies

Areas of expertise: international relations, international ethics, human rights, immigration politics, foreign policy.

Peter Sahlins

Peter Sahlins

Professor of history

Early modern and early 19th-century France, social and legal histories of nationality law and citizenship, animal-human relations, animal studies, environmental history, science studies

Harley Shaiken

Harley Shaiken

Professor of education, chair of the Latin American Studies Center

Areas of expertise: labor and the global economy, role of schooling and skills in the global economy, immigration and Latin America.

U.S. politics

Ian Haney Lopez

Ian Haney Lopez

Director, Racial Politics Project, Haas Institute For A Fair And Inclusive Society Chief Justice Earl Warren Professor Of Public Law Director, Racial Politics Project, Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society; Chief Justice Earl Warren Professor of Public Law

race and constitutional law, civil rights, 'dog-whistle' politics, communication

George Lakoff

George Lakoff

Emeritus professor of linguistics and cognitive science, director of the Center for the Neural Mind and Society

Areas of expertise: language and conceptual systems, research into metaphorical thought and how thought is embodied.

Eric Schickler

Eric Schickler

Professor of political science

Areas of expertise: Congress, American political development, political parties.

U.S. foreign policy

Steven Fish

Steven Fish

Political science professor

Politics in Russia, Central Asia, Eurasia and Eastern Europe.

Amy Gurowitz

Amy Gurowitz

Lecturer in political science, director of education programs in the Institute of International Studies

Areas of expertise: international relations, international ethics, human rights, immigration politics, foreign policy.

Mahmood  Monshipouri

Mahmood Monshipouri

Lecturer in global studies and international and area Studies

International relations in Middle East, North Africa and Iran. Muslim world politics.

Xiao Qiang

Xiao Qiang

Adjunct professor, research scientist in the School of Information

Expertise: Technology and human rights, China, censorship, surveillance, digital activism, information politics.

Steven  Weber

Steven Weber

Professor of political science, School of Information

Areas of expertise: International politics and business; the information economy; cybersecurity; behavioral economics in Information systems.

California

Alan Auerbach

Alan Auerbach

Professor of economics and law, director of the Robert D. Burch Center for Tax Policy and Public Finance at Berkeley

Areas of expertise: Public policy, public finance, domestic and international tax policy, inequality and tax policy.

Jack Citrin

Jack Citrin

Professor of political science

Areas of expertise: U.S. politics, public opinion and elections. The Jack Citrin Center for Public Opinion Research conducts research on important long-term issues facing California and the nation.

George Lakoff

George Lakoff

Emeritus professor of linguistics and cognitive science, director of the Center for the Neural Mind and Society

Areas of expertise: language and conceptual systems, research into metaphorical thought and how thought is embodied.

Eric Schickler

Eric Schickler

Professor of political science

Areas of expertise: Congress, American political development, political parties.

Richard A. Walker

Richard A. Walker

Professor of geography, emeritus

Areas of expertise: race, environment, urbanism, politics, geography, resources, economic geography, regional development, cities, California, class.

International

Vinod Aggarwal

Vinod Aggarwal

Professor of business and public policy

International political economy, trade, world markets, recession, debt, finance, supply chains, impact of disease pandemics on global economy.

Barry Eichengreen

Barry Eichengreen

George C. Pardee and Helen N. Pardee Professor of Economics and Political Science

Populism and econonmic grievance; exchange rates and capital flows, currently and historically; the gold standard and the Great Depression; the European economy, currently and historically; European integration, the euro, and the Stability and Growth Pact; Asian integration and development with a focus on exchange rates and financial markets; the impact of China on the international economic and financial system; IMF policy, past, present and future

Steven Fish

Steven Fish

Political science professor

Politics in Russia, Central Asia, Eurasia and Eastern Europe.

Amy Gurowitz

Amy Gurowitz

Lecturer in political science, director of education programs in the Institute of International Studies

Areas of expertise: international relations, international ethics, human rights, immigration politics, foreign policy.

Thomas Laqueur

Thomas Laqueur

Professor emeritus of history

Expertise: European history, sexology, history of medicine, death practices.

Mahmood  Monshipouri

Mahmood Monshipouri

Lecturer in global studies and international and area Studies

International relations in Middle East, North Africa and Iran. Muslim world politics.

Xiao Qiang

Xiao Qiang

Adjunct professor, research scientist in the School of Information

Expertise: Technology and human rights, China, censorship, surveillance, digital activism, information politics.

Harley Shaiken

Harley Shaiken

Professor of education, chair of the Latin American Studies Center

Areas of expertise: labor and the global economy, role of schooling and skills in the global economy, immigration and Latin America.

Steven  Weber

Steven Weber

Professor of political science, School of Information

Areas of expertise: International politics and business; the information economy; cybersecurity; behavioral economics in Information systems.