Stanford Affiliates

Our Stanford affiliates are distributed across the School of Humanities and Sciences, the School of Education, the Law School, the Graduate School of Business, and the School of Medicine.

Stanford University
Associate Professor of Cultural and Social Anthropology
prehistoric and colonial California, feminist archaeology, gender and sexuality studies
Stanford University
Professor of Psychology, School of Humanities and Sciences
moralization of everyday life, perceptions of group norms, prejudice and discrimination, cognitive dissonance, affect and memory
Stanford University
Walter Kenneth Kilpatrick Professor of Organizational Behavior
non-conscious cognitive processing and decision making, interpersonal interaction and attitudes, social stereotyping and prejudice
Stanford University
Professor of Education
collaborate learning processes and outcomes, problem- and project-based approaches to learning
Stanford University
Morris M. Doyle Centennial Professor in Public Policy, Emeritus; Senior Fellow, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, Emeritus
antitrust, damages, energy, intellectual property rights, mass media and advertising, regulation, telecommunications
Stanford University
Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration Research Group Leader; Director of Social Science Secure Data Center; Professor of Sociology
racial identification and residence, education, family composition, immigration and intermarriage rates
Stanford University
Lewis and Virginia Eaton Professor of Psychology
developmental approaches, education, meaning and mental representation, motivation and emotion
Stanford University
Discrimination Research Group Leader; Lucie Stern Professor in the Social Sciences
social psychology, group processes, gender stratification, status processes
Stanford University
Associate Professor of Philosophy
ancient philosophy, Plato
Stanford University
Associate Professor (Teaching); Director, Master’s Program in International Comparative Education and International Educational Administration and Policy Analysis
gender and higher education, international human rights, research methods in education, residential education

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