PhD in Sociology and Social Policy, 2018. Associate Professor of Law, Yale Law School. Associate Professor of Sociology, Yale University.
Russell Sage Foundation Visiting Scholar (2021-2022). Bell will work on a book about efforts to reform U.S. law and policy on race and class marginalization. Drawing in part on interview data from a participatory study of black youth, she concludes that policymakers often miss an important challenge confronting lawmakers in poor communities of color: legal estrangement, or the process through which institutions perpetuate the idea that marginalized groups do not fully share in all the rights and freedoms that flow to other Americans.
Suzanne Tassier Chair, Université libre de Bruxelles, 2020-2021.
Yale Law Women Faculty Excellence Award, 2019.
Harvard Law School Annual International Women’s Day Honoree, which recognized "women inspiring change through their outstanding contributions in the area of law and policy," 2019.
PhD in Political Science, 2018 Assistant Professor, School of Global Policy and Strategy, UC San Diego
Postdoctoral Associate and Lecturer in Political Science, Yale University, 2018-2020.
Stone PhD Scholar in Inequality and Wealth Concentration, Harvard University, 2016-2018.
A focus on policymaking and social justice | GPS welcomes Brian Libgober, a new assistant professor whose research looks at administrative policymaking, interest group politics and financial regulation (August 2020).