Prof. Lisa Disch
2019 Visiting Fellow
University of Michigan
Lisa Disch is Professor of Political Science and Women’s Studies at the University of Michigan where she teaches a large introductory course on political ideas and ideologies, as well as upper-division courses on population and the environment, contemporary political theory, political representation, and Anglo-American and French Feminism among other things.
Lisa has published books on the political thought of Hannah Arendt (Cornell), on the discursive production of two-party democracy in the US (Columbia), and is most recently co-editor of The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Theory with Mary Hawkesworth (Cxford), and co-editor with Nadia Urbinati and Mathijs van de Sande of The Constructivist Turn in Political Representation (Edinburgh). She is finishing a book-length monograph on political representation for the University of Chicago Press.