Associate professor, Sociology, College of Arts and
She co-authored a book asking how a nation of immigrants can pledge inclusion, yet marginalize so many citizens based on race, class and gender. It considers the origins and development of the U.S. nation and empire; the founding principles of belonging, nationalism and exceptionalism; and their lived reality.
Professor, Policial Science, College of Arts and SciencesIn 2015, the two-volume, 71-chapter Sage Handbook of European Foreign Policy that she co-edited with Knud Erik Jørgensen, Asne Kalland Aarstad, Edith Drieskens and Ben Tonra was published by Sage. She contributed three individually authored chapters to the handbook (“The EU’s Bilateral Relations,” “The EU’s Relations With Multilateral Institutions and Regions,” and “The EU and the UN”) and was primary editor for Parts VII and VIII.