2002
Alumni (National Fellow)

Nicole Mellow

National Fellow
Degrees:
Ph.D. University of Texas Austin (2002)
Professional Sector:
Education
Dream Mentor:
Margaret Weir
University of California, Berkeley
Fields of Interest:
American Political Development
Congress
Economic Policy

Bio:

Nicole Mellow is professor of political science at Williams College. Her research interests are in the field of American political development. Currently, she is working on a project on eugenics, national identity, and state building at the beginning of the twentieth century, tentatively titled, “How White Ethnics Got Themselves a New Deal: Nation Building and the Interventionist State, 1900 to 1940.”

Thesis Description:

Rising Partisanship: A Study of the Regional Dimensions of Conflict in the Post-War House of Representatives

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