Past Member

Michael G. Hanchard

Social Science
Field of Study
Political Science
From 9/2014 – 7/2015:

Utilizing previously neglected primary materials and sources, Michael Hanchard is tracing the specter of race in the study of comparative politics from the writings and institutional developments of Edward Augustus Freeman and Herbert Baxter Adams, the “movement” of comparative politics in the 1950s, to Samuel Huntington’s “Clash of Civilizations” thesis after the fall of the Soviet Union.

Dates at IAS
  • Social Science
Princeton University Ph.D., 1991