Michael Gerhardt, J.D.

Samuel Ashe Distinguished Professor in Constitutional Law · UNC-Chapel Hill

Professor Gerhardt specializes in constitutional conflicts

Impeachment Law Discrimination Media Law Legislation Legal Theory

Stephen Griffin

W.R. Irby Chair and Rutledge C. Clement Jr. Professor in Constitutional Law · Tulane University

Stephen Griffin specializes in constitutional theory and history

Manisha Sinha, Ph.D.

Draper Chair in American History · University of Connecticut

Dr. Sinha is an expert in Civil War and Reconstruction

Feminism Abolition Slavery

Gretchen Helmke

Professor of Political Science · University of Rochester

Professor Helmke's research focuses on democratic political institutions, rule of law, and Latin American politics.

Institutional crises in Latin America Rule of Law Democratic Political Institutions Latin American Politics

Jessica Levinson

Clinical Professor of Law · Loyola Law School, Loyola Marymount University

Director of Loyola Law School's Public Service Institute

Election Law Constitutional Law Impeachment Legislative Process

Ross Garber

Adjunct Professor · Tulane University

Garber is nationally-prominent impeachment law expert.

White Collar Crime Impeachment Law Political Investigations

Kathryn Libal, Ph.D.

Director, Human Rights Institute and Associate Professor, Social Work & Human Rights · University of Connecticut

Professor Libal researches human rights norms and practices, including the ability to secure adequate food and housing.

Asylum Seekers Women's Rights Refugees and resettlement Social Mobilization Refugees

Michael A. Genovese

Professor of Political Science and International Relations, President of Global Policy Institute at LMU, Loyola Chair of Leadership Studies, Director of Institute for Leadership Studies · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

American Politics The American Presidency Law and Presidential Power British Politics

Eric Freedman

Professor of Law · Hofstra University

Professor Freedman focuses on constitutional law and history, as well as the death penalty and habeas corpus

Constitutional Law First Amendment Law Death Penalty

Stephen Farnsworth

Professor of Political Science and International Affairs · University of Mary Washington

Dr. Farnsworth has spent decades researching how media and politics intersect. Check out his website at stephenfarnsworth.net.

American Elections American Government The American Presidency Internet Politics Mass Media and Politics

Thomas Schwartz

Distinguished Professor of History · Vanderbilt University

Historian of U.S. foreign policy, international relations and U.S. presidencies.

Henry Kissinger American Foreign Relations Modern European History International Relations History of U.S. Foreign Policy

Patrick Flavin, Ph.D.

Professor, Political Science · Baylor University

Dr. Flavin focuses on political inequality, the impact of politics and public policies on citizens’ quality of life, and state politics.

Politics Inequality State Politics Teachers' Unions and Politics Quality of Life

Peter J. Bergerson, Ph.D.

Expert in national and Florida politics and public policy · Florida Gulf Coast University

Peter Bergerson focuses on U.S. campaigns and elections, the presidency and congress.

U.S. Census Florida Politics Florida Elections Florida's role in national elections U.S. Politics

Stephen Sloan, B.B.A., M.A., PhD.

Director of Institute for Oral History, Associate Professor of History · Baylor University

Stephen Sloan is an Associate Professor of History at Baylor University.

Public History Oral Histories Of Genocide Texas WWII Vets And Liberation Of Concentration Camps Cold War Crises and Conflicts American West

Kimberly West-Faulcon

Professor of Law · Loyola Law School, Loyola Marymount University

James P. Bradley Chair in Constitutional Law

Impeachment Constitutional Law

James Sample

Professor of Law · Hofstra University

Professor Sample focuses on voting rights and constitutional issues

Administrative Law Judicial Elections Constitutional Law Voting Rights Policy Voting Rights

Paul M. Collins

Professor of Legal Studies and Political Science / Director of Legal Studies · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Paul Collins' research interests include understanding the democratic nature of the judiciary.

American Politics Public Law

Rosanna Perotti

Professor, Department of Political Science · Hofstra University

Professor Perotti's expertise is in American politics, including Congress, elections and political parties.

American Politics Congress Media and Politics American Political Parties American Elections

David Yalof, Ph.D.

Professor and Department Head, Department of Political Science · University of Connecticut

Dr. Yalof specializes in constitutional law, judicial politics and executive branch politics.

Supreme Court History Supreme Court Nomination Process American Government Judicial Politics Constitutional Law

Brian Kalt

Professor of Law & Harold Norris Faculty Scholar · Michigan State University

Expert in constitutional law of the presidency, presidential pardons, impeachment, succession and the 25th Amendment.

Structural Constitutional Law Administrative Law Juries The Bill of Rights Tort Reform