James, who holds a doctorate from Duke University, joined the Department of Political Science in 1999 and served as chair from 2014 to 2017. His teaching and research focuses on contemporary democratic theory, theories of political representation, theories of immigration and the philosophy of race.
"I hope to address some of the big challenges facing the social sciences and to find greater resources to support teaching and scholarship in this division," James said, adding that he plans to work with Karl Voss, dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, and fellow associate deans "to help articulate the core identity and commitments of the Division of Social Sciences and the College of Arts & Sciences as a whole."
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