The Duke political science department is proud to announce the continued growth of our scholarly community with the addition of five new researchers. Beginning in the fall of 2023, two new postdoctoral associates and three new junior faculty members will expand research and develop partnerships with our students and faculty.
Nicholas Eubank joins as Assistant Research Professor of Political Science. Eubank has coauthored in a range of journals such as American Political Science Review and Political Analysis. Eubank pursues research in fields related to political accountability, including gerrymandering, social networks, election administration, and race and incarceration. Jon Green joins as Assistant Professor of Political Science. Green has coauthored widely in such journals as Nature and Political Behavior. Green’s research agenda focuses on how political elites talk about politics, democratic citizens' attitudes and behaviors, and interactions between these phenomena. Giovanna M. Invernizzi joins as Assistant Professor of Political Science. Invernizzi has forthcoming coauthorships in various journals such as American Journal of Political Science and Electoral Studies. Invernizzi’s research uses formal theory to study the organizational decisions of political parties.
Edmund Handby received their Ph.D. from Australian National University and is a postdoctoral associate in the field of political theory. Handby’s research interests are in the themes of methods, the PPE tradition (politics, philosophy and economics), and the history of political thought. Clara Park received their Ph.D. from UC Berkeley and is a postdoctoral associate in the field of political economy. Park's research interests include international trade and finance, international organizations, domestic regulations, and the US foreign economic policy in the Asia-Pacific region.