Visiting Researchers and Guest Speakers at MaxPo

2020−2021

  • Naomi Kodama, Nihon University, College of Economics, Japan
  • Jonathan Levy, Department of History, University of Chicago
  • Alexander Nützenadel, Department of History, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Monica Prasad, Department of Sociology, Weinberg College of Arts & Sciences, Northwestern University, Evanston
    • Mitchell Abolafia, State University of New York, Albany (2014-2015)
    • Alex Barnard, University of California-Berkeley (2012-2013, 2014-2015, 2015-2016)
    • Kate Andrias, University of Michigan Law School (2019-2020)
    • Jens Beckert, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne (2015-2016)
    • Walden Bello, State University of New York at Binghamton (2019-2020)
    • Mary Blair-Loy, Department of Sociology, University of California San Diego (2018-2019)
    • Julian Brown, Department of Political Studies, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg (2018-2019)
    • Ronald S. Burt, University of Chicago (2014-2015)
    • Avishai Benish, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel (2017-2018)
    • Betsy Carter, University of New Hampshire (2016-2017)
    • Bruce Carruthers, Northwestern University, Evanston (2013-2014)
    • David Champagne, University of British Columbia, Vancouver (2018-2019; Visiting Doctoral Fellow)
    • Sébastien Chauvin, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands (2014-2015)
    • Ben Clift, University of Warwick (2013-2014)
    • Peter F. Cowhey, University of San Diego (2013-2014)
    • Katherine J. Cramer, Morgridge Center for Public Service, University of Wisconsin-Madison (2017-2018)
    • Claire Debucquois, Columbia Law School (2015-2016)
    • Matthew Desmond, Harvard University, Cambridge (2012-2013)
    • Alexis Drach, Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow (2018-2019)
    • John Earle, George Mason University, Arlington (2016-2017)
    • Rachel Epstein, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver (2018-2019)
    • Jason L. Ferguson, University of California-Berkeley (2014-2015, 2017-2018)
    • Orfeo Fioretos, Temple University, Philadelphia (2015-2016)
    • Neil Fligstein, University of California–Berkeley (2012-2013, 2015-2016)
    • Lindsay Flynn, Wheaton College, Norton (2016-2017)
    • Chase Foster, Harvard University, Cambridge (2015-2016)
    • Marion Fourcade, University of California-Berkeley (2012-2013)
    • Alice Goffman, University of Wisconsin-Madison (2012-2013)
    • Adam Goldstein, Department of Sociology, Woodrow Wilson School (2018-2019)
    • Peter Gourevitch, University of California, San Diego (2012-2013)
    • Stéphane Guittet, Sciences Po Paris (2012-2013)
    • Sigtona Halrynjo, Center for Research on Gender in STEMM, University of California San Diego (2018-2019)
    • Peo Hansen, Linköping University, Sweden (2017-2018)
    • Heather A. Havemann, University of California–Berkeley (2012-2013, 2015-2016)
    • Kieran Healy, Duke University, Durham (2012-2013)
    • Sebastian Heidebrecht, University of Duisburg-Essen (2016-2017)
    • Chris Howell, James Monroe Professor of Politics, Oberlin College and Conservatory (2017-2018)
    • Antony Imbrogno, McGill University, Montreal (2012-2013)
    • Konstantin Kashin, Harvard University, Cambridge (2013-2014)
    • Eileen Keller, Humboldt University, Berlin (2012-2013)
    • Alexander Kentikelenis, Department of Social and Political Sciences, Bocconi University, Milan (2019-2020)
    • Desmond King, University of Oxford (2013-2014)v
    • Poul Fritz Kjær, Copenhagen Business School (2014-2015)
    • Kai Koddenbrock, Institute for Political Science, University of Duisburg-Essen (2017-2018)
    • Basak Kus, Wesleyan University (2017-2018)
    • Andrew Lakoff, University of Southern California (2017-2018)
    • Genevieve LeBaron, Department of Politics, The University of Sheffield (2017-2018)
    • Ken-Hou Lin, University of Texas at Austin (2017-2018)
    • Maria Duclos Lindstrøm, University of Copenhagen (2016-2017)
    • Johannes Lindvall, Department of Political Science, Lund University (2019-2020)
    • Roi Livne, University of California–Berkeley (2012-2013)
    • Mark Lutter, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne (2012-2013)
    • Mariana Luzzi, National University of General Sarmiento, Buenos Aires (2013-2014)
    • Julia Lynch, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia (2012-2013)
    • Elsa Massoc, University of California–Berkeley (2016-2017)
    • Linsey McGoey, University of Essex (2016-2017)
    • Amanda McMillan Lequieu, University of Wisconsin-Madison (2017-2018)
    • Donald MacKenzie, University of Edinburgh (2013-2014; 2019-2020)
    • Grégoire Mallard, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva (2019-2020)
    • Isabela Mares, Columbia University, New York (2014-2015)
    • Stanislav Markus, University of Chicago (2013-2014)
    • Elsa Massoc, University of California–Berkeley (2014-2015)
    • Yuval Millo, University of Leicester (2013-2014)
    • Mark S. Mizruchi, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (2013-2014)
    • Kimberly J. Morgan, The George Washington University, Washington DC (2012-2013)
    • Stephanie L. Mudge, Department of Sociology, University of California Davis (2018-2019)
    • Martin D. Munk, Faculty of Social Sciences, Aalborg Universitet (2018-2019)
    • Silvia Maja Melzer, University of Bielefeld (2017-2018)
    • Marek Naczyk, University of Oxford (2012-2013, 2013-2014, 2014-2015)
    • Olivia Nicol, Singapore University of Technology and Design (2017-2018)
    • Julia Nordblad, University of Uppsala (2017-2018)
    • Claus Offe, Hertie School of Governance, Berlin (2013-2014)
    • Mary O'Sullivan, University of Geneva (2016-2017)
    • Anders Ögren, Uppsala University (2012-2013)
    • Horacio Ortiz, Horacio Ortiz, IRISSO, Université Paris-Dauphine/Research Institute of Anthropology, East China Normal University (2018-2019)
    • Paul Pierson, University of California-Berkeley (2013-2014)
    • Martha Poon, London School of Economics and Political Science (2013-2014)
    • Elizabeth Popp-Berman, State University of New York, Albany (2012-2013)
    • Michael Power, London School of Economics and Political Science (2016-2017)
    • Rahul Prabakash, University of Oxford (2012-2013)
    • Jenny Preunkert, University of Oldenburg (2018-2019)
    • Griselda Qosja, Europe University of Flensburg (2017-2018)
    • Chrystelle Richard, ESSEC Business School (2016-2017)
    • Martin Schröder, University of Marburg (2016-2017)
    • Tobias Schulze-Cleven, Rutgers, State University of New Jersey (2014-2015)
    • Daniel Seabra Lopes, Lisbon School of Economics and Management (2016-2017)
    • Mike Savage, London School of Economics and Political Science (2016-2017)
    • Matthias Schmelzer, University of Zurich (2016-2017)
    • Julia Schwanholz, Department of Political Science, University of Kassel (2018-2019)
    • Alexander Spielau, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne (2013-2014)
    • Steven Shapin, Harvard University, Cambridge (2012-2013)
    • David Stark, Columbia University (2015-2016)
    • Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, University of Massachusetts Amherst (2013-2014, 2016-2017)
    • Florian Überbacher, University of Zurich, Foundations of Business Administration and Theories of the Firm (2019-2020)
    • Mark Vail, Tulane University, New Orleans (2016-2017)
    • Zsuzsanna Vargha, ESCP Europe, Paris (2018-2019)
    • Benedetta Voltolini, Maastricht University (2012-2013)
    • Boris Vormann, John F. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies, Freie Universität Berlin (2015-2016)
    • Marcus Wolf, University of Bremen (2016-2017)
    • Myungji Yang, Department of Political Science, University of Hawai'i at Mānoa (2019-2020)
    • Daniel Ziblatt, Harvard University, Cambridge (2013-2014)
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