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Jeffrey Lenowitz to join politics department faculty in January 2014

Jan. 19, 2013

Jeffrey Lenowitz


Jeffrey Lenowitz will be joining the department in January 2014 as an assistant professor of politics.  Lenowitz received his Ph.D. from Columbia in November 2012 and is currently holding a prestigious multi-year post-doctoral fellowship at Nuffield College, Oxford.  His main current area of research is the theory and practice of constitutional ratification.  At Brandeis he will teaching courses in political theory, American public law and the history of ideas.