Edited: Crina Archer
Crina Archer is a Ph.D. candidate in Political Science at Northwestern University. She is completing a dissertation project that examines temporality in democratic political thought, with a focus on temporal representations of revolutionary change. She is coauthor of Obstacles to Ethical Decision Making: Mental Models, Milgram, and the Problem of Obedience (Cambridge University Press, 2013).
Edited: Laura Ephraim
Laura Ephraim is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Williams College. Her research considers intersections between political theory, the history of science, and technofuturism.
Edited: Lida Maxwell
Lida Maxwell is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Trinity College. Her research interests include contemporary democratic theory, the history of political thought, and law and politics. She is currently working on a book about political trials. Her book project, Public Trials, explores the legal and political dilemmas that arise from the intersections between law and politics in several eighteenth-, nineteenth-, and twentieth-century political trials, as well as the implications of these dilemmas for contemporary political theory and practice.