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Jennifer M. Hudson
Jennifer is a PhD candidate and Lindt Dissertation Fellow (2012-2013 academic year). She held the Cordier teaching fellowship at Columbia's SIPA from 2009-2011, teaching in the Master of International Affairs program. Before joining the Political Science Department, Jennifer was a Fulbright Scholar in Freiburg, Germany. She earned a master's degree in political theory and international affairs at l'Institut d'Études Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po) and graduated summa cum laude from UCLA with a B.A. in political science. Her dissertation, Bureaucratic Mentality: The Technocratization of Democratic Theory, addresses affinities and tensions between bureaucracy and democracy using a conceptual historical approach.
Subfields: political theory and international relations
Research Interests: democratic theory, modern and contemporary political thought, European politics, history of political ideas, continental philosophy, social theory
Advisers: Nadia Urbinati, Jean L. Cohen, Samuel Moyn (History)