Rutgers University :: Department of Political Science has 13 registered members
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Name & Title
Office & Email Address
Specialties
Saladin Ambar
Associate Professor
Wood Lawn Mansion (Eagleton Institute)
732-932-9283
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Linda Bosniak
Distinguished Professor of Law
609-225-6403
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Jocelyn Elise Crowley
Room 549, Civic Square Building
848-932-2971
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American Social Policy, Family Policy, Women and Politics
Jefferson Decker
Assistant Professor
Ruth Adams Building 024E
932-5463
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American Politics, Public Law, Political History
Kelly Dittmar
Assistant Professor
CAWP - 191 Ryders Lane, New Brunswick, NJ 08901 / Camden - 401 Cooper Street, Camden, NJ 08102
(848) 932-8314
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Janice R. Fine
Associate Professor
Labor Education Center
848-932-1746
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Immigrant Labor in the U.S., Federal Immigration Policy, Community Organizing Strategies
Rebecca Givan
Associate Professor
Labor Education Center
848-932-2030
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U.S. and Comparative Labor Relations, Health Care Work and the Public Sector
Mary Hawkesworth
Professor II
Room 3, Ruth Dill Johnson Crocket Building (lower level)
848-932-8434
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Feminist Theory, Women and Politics, Contemporary Political Philosophy, and Social Policy
Mingwei Liu
Associate Professor
Labor Education Center
848-932-6540
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Chinese Employment Relations, Labor Movement, Human Resource Management
Ruth Mandel
Professor Il
Eagleton Institute of Politics
848-932-9384
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Women's Political History, Women's Leadership as Voters and Public Leaders, Gender and Decision Making
Melanye Price
Associate Professor
Beck-106
445-3334
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American Politics, Public Opinion, Political Psychology
Tobias Schulze-Cleven
Assistant Professor
Labor Education Center
848-932-1740
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Work and Employment Internationally, Comparative/International Employment Relations, Comparative Political Economy
Lisa A. Schur
Professor, Chair of the Department of Labor Studies and Employment Relations
Labor Education Center
848-932-1743
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Disability Issues in Employment and Labor Law, Contingent Work, and the Connections Between Workplace Experiences and Political Participation