The Department of Government
The Department of Government

Public Law

Bambrick imageChristina Noriega Bambrick
Dissertation: Horizontal Rights: Constitutionalism and the Transformation of the Private Sphere
Advisor: Gary Jacobsohn
Interests: Constitutional theory and development, American and comparative constitutionalism, rights and horizontality, republicanism, liberalism, religion and politics, political philosophy, history of political thought
Web:http://christinabambrick.com

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 HudsonAlexander Hudson
Dissertation: The Impact of Public Participation in Constitution Making
Advisor: Zachary Elkins
Interests: Comparative Constitutionalism, Constitution-Making Processes, Political Participation, Political Parties, Judicial Behavior, e-Democracy
Web: http://www.aehudson.com

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robert ShafferRobert Shaffer
Dissertation: Power in Text: Extracting Institutional Relationships from Natural Language
Advisor: Zachary Elkins
Interests: Comparative Constitutionalism, Constitution-Making Processes, Political Participation, Political Parties, Judicial Behavior, e-Democracy
Web: http://rbshaffer.github.io/

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