President of the Royal Society of Canada, Canadian Research Chair in Quebec and Canadian Studies, Director of the Center for Political Analysis: Constitution and Federalism, and Full Professor at the Department of Political Science, UQAM, Montreal.
Associate Professor of Anthropology and Religion at McGill University, Canada, holding the William Dawson Chair. She edited 'Everyday Sacred: Religion in Contemporary Quebec' (2017) and authored 'Christian Globalism at Home: Child Sponsorship in the United States' (2020), which won the 2021 Schaff Prize. She also leads TERA (Technology, Ecology, Religion, Art), a collective of scholars and artists.
Associate Professor of Comparative Politics at the Institute of Social Science, University of Tokyo. His research interests include comparative political economy, autocratic politics, democratization, and Central Asia. His first book, The Dictator’s Dilemma at the Ballot Box (University of Michigan Press, 2022) received several academic awards. He earned a Ph.D. in Political Science at Michigan State University.
Full Professor of Political Philosophy at the University of Trento, Italy, specializing in political theology and the works of Carl Schmitt. Former President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe.
Lecturer in the Department of Government at Harvard University, her research focuses on political behavior, employing experiments to explore voter reactions to political emphasis on meat consumption, animal rights, and similar subjects. Recognized as Harvard’s South Asian Woman of the Year in 2022, her work contributes to understanding the nuanced interplay between political advocacy and public response.
Assistant Professor of Political Philosophy at the University of Trento, Italy, her latest book, 'Shaping the Profession: Towards a Genealogy of Professional Ethics,' explores the concept of work and the evolving role of professionals.