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Gender Equality in Politics

October 8, 2020

Posted by: Jeremy D Pritchard

Gender Equality in Politics

This book provides a timely and unique contribution to current debates on how effectively voluntary party quotas address the persistent underrepresentation of women in legislatures. Using a most similar case

Radhika Govindrajan

September 18, 2020

Posted by: Jeremy D Pritchard

Radhika Govindrajan

I am a cultural anthropologist who works across the fields of multispecies ethnography, environmental anthropology, the anthropology of religion, South Asian Studies, and political anthropology. My research is motivated by

Sasha Gukovskaia

April 4, 2020

Posted by: Jeremy D Pritchard

Sasha Gukovskaia

Sasha Gukovskaia is a Disability Inclusive Development Fellow. She is a fourth-year student double majoring in Disability Studies and Medical Anthropology and Global Health with a minor in Diversity. As

Katie Gonser

July 5, 2019

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Katie Gonser

Katie’s doctoral research, consisting of three articles, looks at the work of human rights and humanitarian organisations in the North Korean context, with the goal of exploring the different tools

Kelsey Gilman

May 31, 2018

Posted by: sonja214

Kelsey Gilman

Located at the intersection of Indigenous knowledge practices, social movement politics and education policy, Kelsey’s research is a critical exploration of the cumulative effects of Indigenous political resurgence on Ecuadorian

Sam Goffin

February 28, 2018

Posted by: Jessica Beyer

Sam Goffin is an International Policy Institute Cybersecurity Policy Fellow. Sam is a European Studies major in the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies. He is fascinated with the social realities of the Internet and the

Kate Griffith

June 6, 2017

Posted by: Jeremy D Pritchard

Kate Griffith

Kate is a member of the 2016–17 MAAIS cohort as well as the MAAIS communications coordinator. Before coming to the UW for graduate school, she was a journalist and magazine