Joint Postdoctoral Fellow, International Security Program, Belfer Center, Harvard Kennedy School WAPPP Fellow
Anita Gohdes' research focuses on political violence, state repression, and the relationship between new media and conflict. During her fellowship, she is pursuing an empirical study of gender and political violence.
Ph.D. Candidate in Economics, Stockholm School of Economics Fellow, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University WAPPP Fellow
Using behavioral and experimental economics, Emma Heikensten researches the economics of gender and inequality. More specifically, she concentrates on gender differences in influence by evaluating advice seeking behavior.
Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Northeastern University WAPPP Fellow
Kathrin Zippel's research analyzes gender and mobility in global science. Her work focuses on the European Union, sexual harassment politics, and the long-term effects of parental leave policies in Germany and the United States.
Senior Fellow and Lecturer, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania WAPPP Fellow
Bobbi Thomason's research broadly examines how individual experience work and pursue their careers in globalizing and developing economies. Her research explores, for example, women's attainment of executive leadership in the Middle East and Africa, as well as men and women’s experiences negotiating in local or global settings.
Joint Fellow, International Security Program, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School WAPPP Fellow
Vera Mironova's research explores how violence affects individuals' attitudes and decision-making. As a WAPPP Fellow, she is examining the role of conflict in the practice of forced marriages of under-age girls in Yemen.
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Florida WAPPP Fellow
Laura Sjoberg researches gender-based and feminist approaches to the study of international relations and international security. Her research addresses gender and just war theory, women’s violence in global politics, and feminist interpretations of the theory and practice of security policy.