Christina Kulich

Christina Kulich is an instructor in the Depart of Political Science and Legal Studies at Suffolk University, Boston, where she also directs internship and experiential learning programs. She is a comparativist who is interested in the politics of transitions between regime types and governments, of civic participation and engagement, with a regional focus on Europe and the United States. She is interested in how “out” groups, such as women and other underrepresented groups, fare in government, public policy, political parties, protest and political movements. The impact of institutional rules on political behavior, such as in building or destroying social capital and fostering or inhibiting civic engagement, is an area of particular interest. She is also an active member of the Democratic Erosion Consortium and her most current research project is in the area of the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning civic skills across the liberal arts university curriculum. Kulich holds a BA from Johns Hopkins University, a PhD from Brandeis University, and is also an alumna of the JHU School of Advanced International Studies Bologna Center, now SAIS Europe.

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