Associate Professor of Political Science
Professor Stoll received her Ph.D. from Stanford University in 2005. Her fields of interest include comparative politics, political methodology, politics of advanced industrial democracies; middle eastern (especially Israeli) politics. Her substantive interests focus on the politicization of social conflicts, normative issues of political representation, political parties and party systems, and political institutions. Selected publications include Political Institutions and Social Forces: An Institutionalist Approach to Group Mobilization and the Policy Process in Mandatory Palestine (University of Oxford, 1999) and “Ethnopolitics in the Middle East,"The Michigan Journal of Political Science 20 (Winter, 1996).