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
Theodore and Francis Geballe Professor of Political Science; Chair, Department of Political Science
civil and interstate war, ethnic conflict
Stanford University
Professor and Chair, Department of Cultural and Social Anthropology
political economy, systems of discourse and knowledge, culture and power, labor migration, theory and politics of ethnography
Stanford University
Associate Professor of Law (Teaching)
civil rights, immigration law
Stanford University
Associate Professor of Psychology
stereotyping, prejudice, stigma, racial categories, social psychological implications of viewing race as a natural category, link between racial stereotyping and racial categorization
Stanford University
Health Disparities Research Group Leader; Professor of Sociology
health, medical sociology, quantitative methods, social demography, social inequality and stratification, social psychology
Stanford University
The Robert A. and Elizabeth R. Jeffe Professor and Professor of Organizational Behavior; Professor of Sociology (by courtesy)
dynamics of organizational and strategic change, organizational behavior, entrepreneurial behavior
Stanford Law School
Incarceration Research Group Leader; Adelbert H. Sweet Professor of Law; Faculty Co-Director of Stanford Criminal Justice Center
crime control, sentencing, and corrections
Stanford University
Fred H. Merrill Professor of Organizational Behavior; Professor of Sociology (by courtesy)
organizational culture, gender in organizations, gender equity
Stanford University
Professor of Sociology (Emeritus); Professor of Education (by courtesy)
spread of modern institutions around the world and their impact on national states and societies, standardization of educational models
Stanford University
Frederic O. Glover Professor in Humanities and Social Sciences; Professor, Department of Political Science
attitude formation, change, and effects, the psychology of political behavior, optimal design of questionnaires used for laboratory experiments and surveys