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November 3, 2015
Dear Colleagues [to be sent to the editors who signed the DA-RT statement],
We write as concerned members of the American Political Science Association to urge an important amendment to the statement, “Data Access and Research Transparency (DA-RT): A Joint Statement by Political Science Journal Editors.” In the joint statement, dated October 6, 2014, journal editors committed their respective journals to a set of principles, to be implemented by January 15, 2016.
DA-RT organizers have made many efforts over the past five years to reach out to members of the profession through various symposia and meetings. However, these issues began to gain widespread attention only when the journal editors signed the statement of October 6, 2014 and panels at the 2015 annual meeting of the American Political Science Association brought the issue to the attention of many scholars who had not realized the possible implications of that statement for their own research, despite the previous outreach activities. Conversations at the panels, roundtables, section business meetings, and other venues at the recent annual meeting demonstrated that members of the Association have only just begun to grapple with the implications of DA-RT. Profession-wide conversations about the meaning, practicalities, and costs and benefits of data access and research transparency are now beginning, for example, in research communities such as Women and Politics Research and History and Politics.
At this point, many key questions remain unresolved. Some of the issues raised at the Annual Meeting and in other venues include:
• Achieving transparency in analytic procedures may be relatively straightforward for quantitative methods executed via software code. It is far from clear, however, what analytic explicitness entails for the vast range of qualitative empirical approaches, from process tracing and comparative-historical analysis to interpretive ethnography and hermeneutics. What norms, principles, or considerations should guide authors and reviewers in pursuing and judging analytic transparency for non-statistical forms of inquiry?
• The costs involved with preparing data for archiving vary widely depending on the nature of the evidence. For research that does not involve machine-readable datasets, rendering the original sources or “raw data” in digital form for archiving can impose substantial financial and logistical burdens on researchers. What is the right balance between the costs and the benefits of rendering these types of data accessible? How can a balance be struck that does not systematically favor some modes of political analysis over others? Who should decide how to strike that balance in individual cases?
• Different modes of evidence-based research in our discipline are premised on fundamentally differing understandings of the knowledge-generating process. Some approaches view political inquiry as the analysis of data extracted from the social world. Others understand social research as an inherently relational and intersubjective activity in which observation and interpretation are inseparable. How can the principle of data access be fairly and meaningfully applied to forms of political inquiry that are premised on diverse understandings of empirical engagement itself?
• Scholars working on a range of vital issues in political science confront deep dilemmas in balancing the principles of data access and research transparency against their legal and ethical obligations to human subjects. In field studies of political violence, inquiry in authoritarian contexts, and research involving vulnerable populations, for example, subjects’ safety or welfare may be put at risk if their identities and/or their locations are revealed. Field notes or interview transcripts sometimes cannot be sufficiently “sanitized” without rendering their content un-interpretable. How can principles of data access be respected, and research transparency be achieved, while guaranteeing the protection of human subjects? Will scholars conducting research on sensitive topics of central concern to our discipline be able to publish their work in journals that have endorsed DA-RT?
• Finally, many scholars have expressed the view that the decision about whether or not to make research materials publicly available should belong to scholars and not journal editors or reviewers. The researcher conducting the study, this perspective maintains, is in the best position to judge whether any harm might come to human subjects by making data available to other researchers, authorities, or political opponents; whether a government might subpoena the materials (as has happened with past repositories in the U.S.); whether a data repository can provide graded access (such as access only to researchers who gain the permission of the original researcher and access, for historical purposes, only after 100 years from deposit); and whether the repository is sufficiently protected against potential hacking. What is more, the deposit of materials such as field-notes or interviews, out of the context that only the original researcher could fully understand, might lead to misinterpretation of the research.
The qualitative and multi-method research communities, among others, are now poised to conduct far-reaching discussions on principles of data access and research transparency appropriate to their communities. In more than one field, committees have been appointed and methods of consultation are being decided upon. For instance, at its 2015 annual business meeting, the APSA’s Organized Section for Qualitative and Multi-Method Research adopted a motion to initiate a process of consultation and deliberation within qualitative research communities about the meaning and practicalities of transparency for different forms of qualitative empirical research. This deliberative process is expected to unfold over the coming year.
Since these issues are still very much under discussion, it is supremely important not to begin to enforce any particular policies until the relevant research communities have been able to discuss the issues fully and either come to consensus or clarify the issues on which their members disagree.
We therefore request that you delay implementing DA-RT until more widespread consultation can be accomplished at, for instance, the regional meetings this year, and the organized section meetings and panels and workshops at the 2016 annual meeting. Postponing the date of implementation will allow a discipline-wide consideration of the principles of data access and research transparency and how they should be put into practice.
The signatories below may or may not support any particular formulation of the issues among the examples we give, but all join in hoping that you will agree to this delay.
[others to be added, in alphabetical order]
Tanja Aalberts, Vrije Universiteit, AmsterdamKristen Abatsis McHenry, University of Massachusetts DartmouthGabriele Abels, University of TuebingenJeffrey Abramson, University of TexasMartha Ackelsberg, Smith CollegeBrooke Ackerly, Vanderbilt UniversityBrian Adams, San Diego State UniversityFiona Adamson, SOAS, University of LondonPer Adman, Uppsala UniversityAfsoun Afsahi, University of British ColumbiaAisha Ahmad, University of TorontoAmel Ahmed, University of Massachusetts, AmherstSener Akturk, Koc UniversityEricka Albaugh, Bowdoin CollegeMikhail Alexseev, San Diego State UniversityBentley Allan, Johns Hopkins UniversityGeoff Allen, University of California Santa BarbaraDelphine Alles, Université Paris EstFelia Allum, University of Bath, UKÖzlem Altan-Olcay, Koç UniversityKaren Alter, Northwestern UniversityMatthew Amengual, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyEllen Andersen, University of VermontKaren Anderson, University of SouthamptonKevin Anderson, University of California, Santa BarbaraGeorge Andreopoulos, City University of New YorkYuen Ang, University of MichiganYuen Yuen Ang, University of MichiganSimon Anglim, King's College LondonElisabeth Anker, George Washington UniversityMark Anner, Penn State UniversityLeonie Ansems de Vries, King's College LondonAndrew Aoki, Augsburg CollegeFulya Apaydin, Institut Barcelona d'Estudis InternacionalsClaudia Aradau, King's College LondonAna Arjona, Northwestern UniversityCeleste Arrington, The George Washington UniversityRobert Art, Brandeis UniversityAslaug Asgeirsdottir, Bates CollegeAmy Atchison, Valparaiso UniversityLarissa Atkison, University of ChicagoJessica Auchter, University of Tennessee at ChattanoogaAdam Auerbach, American UniversityJohn Aughenbaugh, Virginia Commonwealth UniversitySéverine Autesserre, Barnard College, Columbia UniversityDeborah Avant, University of DenverPhillip Ayoub, Drexel UniversityLaura Back, University of WashingtonYooil Bae, Singapore Management UniversityEmily Baer, University of MinnesotaBruce Bagley, University of MiamiRochana Bajpai, SOASJacqui Baker, Murdoch UniversityOnur Bakiner, Seattle UniversityManuel Balan, McGill UniversityCristina Balboa, Baruch College -CUNYLisa Baldez, Dartmouth CollegeLawrie Balfour, University of VirginiaHuss Banai, Indiana UniversityKatherine Banks, Washington State UniversityGabrielle Bardall, Université de MontréalBanu Bargu, New School for Social ResearchBreno Barlach, Universidade de São PauloNaazneen Barma, Naval Postgraduate SchoolAndrew Barnes, Kent State UniversityLarry Bartels, Vanderbilt UniversityAmrita Basu, Amherst CollegeRegina Bateson, MITKelly Bauer, Nebraska Wesleyan UniversityLaurie Beaudonnet, University of MontrealJonathan Beck, University of WashingtonMichael Beckley, Tufts UniversityKaren Beckwith, Case Western Reserve UniversityCaroline Beer, University of VermontIngrid Bego, Hastings CollegeNatasha Behl, Arizona State UniversityMark Beissinger, Princeton UniversityDuncan Bell, University of CambridgeRocco Bellanova, PRIOMary Bellhouse, Providence CollegeCristina Beltran, New York UniversityLihi Ben Shitrit, University of GeorgiaWilliam Bendix, Keene State CollegeSeyla Benhabib, Yale UniversityElizabeth Bennett, Lewis & Clark CollegeTabitha Benney, University of UtahRichard Bensel, Cornell UniversityMats Berdal, King's College LondonFelix Berenskoetter, SOAS, University of LondonJohn Berg, Suffolk UniversityGerald Berk, University of OregonDaniel Berliner, Arizona State UniversitySheri Berman, Barnard CollegeNancy Bermeo, Oxford UniversityMichael Bernhard, University of FloridaSteven Bernstein, University of TorontoKatherine Bersch, Stanford UniversityNancy Bertoldi, University of TorontoJacques Bertrand, University of TorontoFelipe Carlos Betancourt Higareda, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de MéxicoLaurence Bherer, Université de MontréalSusan Bickford, University of North CarolinaMorris Bidjerano, Walden UniversityDidier Bigo, King's college london War StudiesJóhanna Birnir, University of MarylandBidisha Biswas, Western Washington UniversityElin Bjarnegård, Uppsala UniversitySara Bjerg Moller, School of Diplomacy and International Relations, Seton Hall UniversityAmanda Blair, University of ChicagoWilliam Blake, University of Maryland, Baltimore CountyRuth Blakeley, University of Kent, incoming editor, Review of International StudiesBrian Blankenship, Columbia UniversityNicolas Blarel, Leiden universityJoachim Blatter, University of LucerneChristopher Blattman, Columbia UniversityMia Bloom, Georgia State UniversityDoug Blum, Providence CollegeTaylor Boas, Boston UniversityJanice Bockmeyer, City University of New York - 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Mello, Technische Universität DresdenNicole Mellow, Williams CollegeJeremy Menchik, Boston UniversityBarak Mendelsohn, Haverford CollegeCarol Mershon, University of VirginiaAndrew Mertha, Cornell UniversitySuzanne Mettler, Cornell UniversityTamara Metz, Reed CollegeJohn Meyer, Humboldt State UniversityEli Meyerhoff, Duke UniversityVeronica Michel, CUNY-John Jay CollegeJamila Michener, Cornell UniversityKevin Middlebrook, University College LondonChar Miller, George Mason UniversityLisa Miller, Rutgers UniversityManjari Chatterjee Miller, Boston UniversityMatthew Mitchell, Saint Paul UniversityKieran Mitton, King's College LondonSizwebanzi Mngomezulu, New York UniversityEduardo Moncada, Barnard College, Columbia UniversityAurelien Mondon, University of BathKristen Monroe, University of Califormia, IrvineFrançoise Montambeault, Université de MontréalNuno Monteiro, Yale UniversityAlexander Montgomery, Reed CollegeCeleste Montoya, University of Colorado BoulderEric Montpetit, Université de MontréalMatthew Moore, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis ObispoKimberly Morgan, George Washington UniversityLee Morgenbessser, Griffith UniversityK C Morrison, Mississippi State UniversityYonatan Morse, Georgetown UniversityJulie Mostov, Drexel UniversityLama Mourad, University of TorontoDonald Moynihan, University of Wisconsin MadisonRussell Muirhead, DartmouthRohan Mukherjee, MITShivaji Mukherjee, University of TorontoDipali Mukhopadhyay, Columbia UniversityFarhad Mukhtarov, ADA UniversityCorinna Mullin, London Middle East Institute, SOASKanta Murali, University of TorontoAndrew Murphy, Rutgers UniversityCraig Murphy, Wellesley CollegeNavine Murshid, Colgate UniversityIlia Murtazashvili, University of PittsburghJennifer Murtazashvili, University of PittsburghMuhammad Mushtaq, University of Gujrat, PakistanBrian Muzas, Seton Hall UniversityC. Daniel Myers, University of MinnesotaElla Myers, University of UtahRhea Myerscough, University of California, BerkeleyEmily Nacol, Vanderbilt UniversityEli Nadeau, The New School for Social ResearchMonika Nalepa, University of ChicagoVipin Narang, MITTerry Nardin, National University of SingaporeAdnan Naseemullah, King's College LondonCarol Nechemias, Penn State HarrisburgDani Nedal, Georgetown UniversityAmy Nelson, Council on Foreign RelationsMatthew Nelson, SOAS, University of LondonCatharine Newbury, Smith CollegeWilliam Newmann, Virginia Commonwealth UniversityAkasemi Newsome, University of California, BerkeleyTing Ni, University of California, BerkeleySebin Nidhiri, Public Affairs CentreSara Niedzwiecki, University of New MexicoRebecca Nielsen, Texas A&M UniversityKarin Norman, Stockholm universityLudvig Norman, Uppsala UniversityAnne Norton, University of PennsylvaniaJulie Novkov, University at Albany, SUNYSalih Nur, University of GothenburgEnzo Nussio, Stockholm UniversityNicola Nymalm, Swedish Institute of International AffairsPär Nyman, Uppsala UniversityThomas Oatley, UNC Chapel HillCheryl O'Brien, San Diego State UniversityErin O'Brien, University of Massachusetts BostonRachel Odell, MITRonnie Olesker, St. Lawrence UniversityJoseph O'Mahoney, Seton Hall UniversityCharlene Orchard, University of UtahIdo Oren, University of FloridaJohn Owen, University of VirginiaMichael Leo Owens, Emory UniversityTimothy Pachirat, University of Massachusetts AmherstAgnieszka Paczynska, George Mason UniversityEmily Paddon Rhoads, European University InstituteSumita Pahwa, Scripps CollegeJeffrey Paller, Columbia UniversityChengxin Pan, Deakin UniversityThomas Pangle, U. of Texas at AustinJoseph Parent, University of MiamiSarah E. Parkinson, University of MinnesotaRobert Parks, Centre d'Études Maghrébines en AlgérieCraig Parsons, University of OregonDavid Patel, Brandeis UniversityCarole Pateman, UCLAWendy Pearlman, Northwestern UniversityAsli Peker, New York UniversityTom Pepinsky, Cornell UniversityTerri Peretti, Santa Clara UniversityClarisa Perez-Armendariz, Bates CollegeEvan Perkoski, University of PennsylvaniaElizabeth Perry, Harvard UniversityRobert Person, United States Military AcademyMateja Peter, St Andrews UniversityMJ Peterson, University of Massachusetts AmherstSusan Peterson, College of William & MaryMargarita Petrova, IBEIStacey Philbrick Yadav, Hobart and William Smith CollegesChristian Phillips, UC BerkeleyNicola Phillips, University of SheffieldGiulia Piccolino, German Instite of Global and Area StudiesPaula Pickering, College of William and MaryPaul Pierson, University of California, BerkeleyMara Pillinger, George Washington UniversityErin Pineda, University of ChicagoJessica Piombo, Naval Postgraduate SchoolDavid Pion-Berlin, University of California RiversideJessica Pisano, New School for Social ResearchJennifer Piscopo, Occidental CollegeAnne Pitcher, University of MichiganJennifer Pitts, University of ChicagoElizabeth Plantan, Cornell UniversityJoshua Plencner, Drexel UniversityLuke Plotica, Virginia TechDavid Plotke, The New SchoolMark Pollack, Temple UniversityHeather Pool, Denison UniversityMaria Popova, McGill UniversityElliot Posner, Case Western Reserve UniversityAmy Poteete, Concordia UniversityJohn Pottenger, University of Alabama in HuntsvilleG. Bingham Powell, University of RochesterKathy Powers, University of New MexicoMichael Poznansky, University of VirginiaDeepa Prakash, DePauw UniversitySarah Pralle, Syracuse UniversitySimon Pratt, University of TorontoJennifer Pribble, University of RichmondKimala Price, San Diego State UniversityWilson Prichard, University of TorontoMiriam Prys, GIGA German Institute of Global and Area StudiesRobert Putnam, Harvard UniversityPaul Quirk, University of British ColumbiaPaloma Raggo, Carleton UniversityRicardo Ramirez, University of Notre DameLeigh Raymond, Purdue UniversityBen Read, University of California, Santa CruzRobert Reardon, NC State UniversityMark Redhead, California State University, FullertonAdolph Reed, University of PennsylvaniaSalvador Santino F. Jr. Regilme, Northern Illinois UniversityCarrie Reiling, University of California, IrvineMark Reinhardt, Williams CollegeElizabeth Remick, Tufts UniversityThomas Remington, Emory UniversityKaren Remmer, DUke UniversityWilliam Reno, Northwestern UniversityMarie-Eve Reny, Université de MontréalMaria Repnikova, University of PennsylvaniaSandra Resodihardjo, Radboud UniversityChristian Reus-Smit, University of QueenslandJesse Rhodes, University of Massachusetts, AmherstJames Richter, Bates CollegeThomas Richter, GIGA HamburgJacob Ricks, Singapore Management UniversityRachel Beatty Riedl, Northwestern UniversityNils Ringe, University of Wisconsin-MadisonThomas Risse, Freie Universität Berlin, GermanyKen Roberts, Cornell UniversityStephen Roblin, Cornell UniversityMeredith Rolfe, University of Massachusetts- AmherstDavid Romano, Missouri State UniversityAmit Ron, Arizona State UniversityStefano Ronchi, University of CologneBen Rosamond, University of CopenhagenSebastian Rosato, Notre DameDeondra Rose, Duke UniversitySusan Rose-Ackerman, Yale UniversitySteven Rosenzweig, Yale UniversityStephan Rosiny, GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies, HamburgMichael Ross, UCLABo Rothstein, Oxford UniversityBrahim Rouabah, American Institute for Maghrib StudiesJoshua Rovner, SMULawrence Rubin, Georgia Institute of TechnologyBahar Rumelili, Koc UniversityJessie Rumsey, University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignSanjay Ruparelia, New School for Social ResearchSara Rushing, Montana State UniversityHolly Ryan, University of SheffieldMartha Saavedra, University of California, BerkeleyAndrew Sabl, Yale UniversityJennifer Sacco, Quinnipiac UniversityStephen Saideman, Carleton UniversityChris Saladino, Virginia Commonwealth UniversityRobert Saldin, University of MontanaSteven Samford, University of TorontoAnna Sampaio, Santa Clara UniversityIngrid Samset, Leiden UniversityThania Sanchez, Yale UniversityRaul Sanchez Urribarri, La Trobe University, MelbourneShannon Sanchez-Youngman, University of New MexicoElizabeth Sanders, Cornell UniversityAdam Sandor, University of OttawaAnoop Sarbahi, University of Minnesota, Twin CitiesMarian Sawer, Australian National UniversityRyan Saylor, University of TulsaAndy Scerri, Virginia TechMichael Schaatzberg, University of Wisconsin-MadisonHindy Schachter, New Jersey Institute of TechnologyFred Schaffer, University of Massachusetts AmherstEdward Schatz, University of TorontoAndreas Schedler, CIDE, Mexico CityCaress Schenk, Nazarbaev UniversityThomas Scherer, US Institue of PeaceWilliam E. Scheuerman, Indiana UniversitySebastian Schmidt, Johns HopkinsOlivier Schmitt, University of Southern DenmarkBen Schneider, MITCathy Schneider, American UniversityMark Schneider, Swarthmore CollegeGordon Schochet, Rutgers University -- EmeritusSanford Schram, Hunter College, CUNYAndrew Schrank, Brown UniversityRonnee Schreiber, San Diego State UniversityTyler Schuenemann, University of Massachusetts AmherstJohn Schuessler, Air War CollegeTobias Schulze-Cleven, Rutgers UniversityMichael Schwan, University of CologneJoseph Schwartz, Temple UniversityStephanie Schwartz, Columbia UniversityPeregrine Schwartz-Shea, University of UtahTanya Schwarz, University of California, IrvineJillian Schwedler, Hunter College (CUNY)Randall Schweller, Ohio State UniversitySuzanne Scoggins, UC BerkeleyJames Scott, Yale UniversityDonald Searing, University of North Carolina, Chapel HillJason Seawright, Northwestern UniversityLaura Seay, Colby CollegeJennifer Seelig, University of UtahJoel Selway, Brigham young universityGuillermina Seri, Union CollegeLee Seymour, Université de MontréalKen Shadlen, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)Ian Shapiro, Yale UniversityKam Shapiro, Illinois State UniversitySardar Sharif, University of DuhokLibby Sharrow, University of Massachusetts AmherstAdam Sheingate, Johns Hopkins UniversityNadav Shelef, University of Wisconsin, MadisonAnastasia Shesterinina, Yale UniversityOxana Shevel, Tufts UniversityJoshua Shifrinson, Bush School, Texas A&M UniversityKay Shimizu, University of PittsburghGeorge Shulman, Gallatin School/New York UniversityNiloufer Siddiqui, Yale UniversityJohn Sidel, London School of Economics and Political ScienceAndrew Sidman, John Jay College of Criminal JusticeMarkus Siewert, Goethe University FrankfurtRudra Sil, University of PennsylvaniaDaniel Silva, University of WarwickEduardo Silva, Tulane UniversityErica Simmons, University of Wisconsin–MadisonAndre Simonyi, The New SchoolGyda Sindre, University of CambridgeNaunihal Singh, Air War CollegeEric Sippert, University of Massachusetts, AmherstElton Skendaj, University of MiamiTheda Skocpol, Harvard UniversityDan Slater, University of ChicagoBenjamin Smith, University of FloridaCraig Damian Smith, University of TorontoLahra Smith, Georgetown UniversityNicholas Rush Smith, City University of New York - City CollegeRogers Smith, University of PennsylvaniaWilliam Smith, University of MiamiErin Snider, Texas A&M University, Bush SchoolRichard Snyder, Brown UniversityJohanna Söderström, Uppsala universityNikolai Sokov, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at MontereyMitchel Sollenberger, University of Michigan-DearbornTy Solomon, University of GlasgowChana Solomon-Schwartz, George Washington UniversitySarah Song, UC BerkeleyJoe Soss, University of MinnesotaPaolo Spada, University of SouthamptonHolloway Sparks, Emory UniversityValerie Sperling, Clark UniversityJennifer Spindel, University of MinnesotaScott Spitzer, California State University, FullertonJosh Stacher, Kent State UniversityMatthias Staisch, University of ChicagoLisa Stampnitzky, University of SheffieldPaul Staniland, University of ChicagoLiam Stanley, University of SheffieldWilliam Stanley, University of New MexicoPatricia Stapleton, Worcester Polytechnic InstituteDevin Stauffer, University of TexasJason Stearns, Center on International Cooperation, New York UniversityViviana Stechina, Uppsala UniversityAbbey Steele, University of AmsterdamJessica Steinberg, Indiana UniversityRachel Stern, University of California, BerkeleyJacqueline Stevens, Northwestern UniversityScott Straus, University of Wisconsin, MadisonDara Z. Strolovitch, Princeton UniversitySherrill Stroschein, University College LondonJoerg Struebing, University of Tuebingen, GermanyMichael Struett, North Carolina State UniversityGeorg Strüver, GIGA German Institute of Global and Area StudiesCelina Su, CUNY Graduate CenterLila Suboh, New York UniversityJelena Subotic, Georgia State UniversityElkheir Suliman, Center for Sudanese StudiesTerry Sullivan, UNC Chapel HillLisa Sundstrom, University of British ColumbiaOra Szekely, Clark UniversityBen Tafoya, Walden UniversityYuhki Tajima, Georgetown UniversityJeffrey W. Taliaferro, Tufts UniversityCaitlin Talmadge, The George Washington UniversityNicholas Tampio, Fordham UniversityOisin Tansey, King's College LondonNathan Tarcov, University of ChicagoSidney Tarrow, Cornell UniversityDillon Tatum, The George Washington UniversitySteven Tauber, University of South FloridaBrian Taylor, Syracuse UniversityMatthew Taylor, American UniversityScott Taylor, Georgetown UniversityWhitney Taylor, Cornell UniversityJessica Teets, Middlebury CollegeSteven Teles, Johns Hopkins UniversityJuan Tellez, Duke UniversityMark Tessler, University of MichiganGüneş Murat Tezcür, University of Central FloridaTariq Thachil, Yale UniversityGregory Thaler, Cornell UniversityKai Thaler, Harvard UniversityKathleen Thelen, MITUlrike Theuerkauf, University of East AngliaMegan Thomas, University of California, Santa CruzMelanee Thomas, University of CalgaryDebra Thompson, Northwestern UniversityMartyn Thompson, Tulane UniversityVita Thormann, GIGA HamburgChloe Thurston, Northwestern UniversityAlvin Tillery, Northwestern UniversityMark Tilton, Purdue UniversityLiv Tonnessen, Chr.Michelsen Institute (cmi)Keith Topper, University of California, IrvineVan Tran, Cornell UniversityAris Trantidis, George Mason UniversityCandice Travis, University of Massachusetts, AmherstPhil Triadafilopoulos, University of TorontoAili Tripp, University of Wisconsin-MadisonJessica Trisko Darden, American UniversityAlexei Trochev, Nazarbayev UniversityRebekah Tromble, Leiden UniversityPeter Trubowitz, London School of EconomicsNhu Truong, McGill UniversityKellee Tsai, Johns Hopkins UniversityMaya Tudor, University of OxfordJeffrey Tulis, University of Texas at AustinRobin Turner, Butler UniversityJudy Twigg, Virginia Commonwealth UniversityMilada Vachudova, UNC Chapel HillMark Vail, Tulane UniversityRichard Valelly, Swarthmore CollegeNic van de Walle, Cornell UniversityMaurits van der Veen, College of William & MaryStephen Van Evera, MITStephen Van Holde, Kenyon CollegeMerlijn van Hulst, Tilburg UniversityLisa Vanhala, University College LondonAndrés Vargas, Yale UniversityMonica Varsanyi, CUNYKristin Vekasi, University of MaineSidney Verba, HarvardLeonardo Villalon, University of FloridaKoen Vlassenroot, Ghent UniversitySteven Vogel, University of California, BerkeleySarah von Billerbeck, University of ReadingJeremy Wallace, Cornell UniversityDenise Walsh, University of VirginiaStephen Walt, Harvard UniversityBrian Wampler, Boise State UniversityMarcus Wangel, Uppsala UniversityAnn Ward, University of ReginaJames D. Ward, Mississippi University for WomenSteven Ward, Cornell UniversityCarolyn Warner, Arizona State UniversityMark Warren, University of Massachusetts BostonMark Warren, University of British ColumbiaStephen Wasby, University at Albany-SUNYMyra Waterbury, Ohio UniversitySara Watson, Ohio State UniversityLucan Way, University of TorontoVesla Weaver, Yale UniversityEdward Webb, Dickinson CollegeLisa Wedeen, University of ChicagoDavid Weimer, University of Wisconsin-MadisonScott Weiner, George Washington UniversityMichael Weintraub, Binghamton University (SUNY)Margaret Weir, Brown UniversityJessica Weiss, Cornell UniversityMeredith Weiss, University at Albany, SUNYDavid Welch, University of WaterlooWinston Wells, Illinois CollegeBridget Welsh, Ipek UniversitySusanne Wengle, Notre DameKurt Weyland, University of Texas at AustinBeth Elise Whitaker, University of North Carolina at CharlotteStephen White, University of VirginiaAmber Wichowsky, Marquette UniversityKatinka Wijsman, New School for Social ResearchMartha Wilfahrt, Northwestern UniversityDavid Williams, DePaul UniversityEliza Willis, Grinnell CollegeTiffany Willoughby-Herard, University of California, IrvineJason Wilson, Georgetown UniversityScott Wilson, University of the SouthStacey-Ann Wilson, University of the West Indies, MonaSusanna Wing, Haverford CollegeStephen Winkler, University of WashingtonJeffrey Winters, Northwestern UniversityDaniel Wirls, University of California, Santa CruzElizabeth Wishnick, Montclair State UniversityWilliam Wohlforth, DartmouthDiane Wong, Cornell UniversityWendy Wong, University of TorontoElisabeth Jean Wood, Yale UniversityDeva Woodly, The New SchoolDavid Woodruff, London School of Economics and Political ScienceSusan Woodward, The Graduate Center, CUNYTeresa Wright, California State University, Long BeachPriscilla Yamin, University of OregonDvora Yanow, Wageningen UniversityDeborah J. Yashar, Princeton UniversityAndrew Yeo, Catholic University of AmericaAmanda Zadorian, New School for Social ResearchMarie-Joelle Zahar, Université de MontréalAlex Zakaras, University of VermontSherry Zaks, University of California, BerkeleyAyşe Zarakol, University of CambridgeEric Zeemering, Northern Illinois UniversityAmos Zehavi, Tel Aviv UniversityBasileus Zeno, University of Massachusetts AmherstChris Zepeda-Millan, UC BerkeleyLinda Zerilli, University of ChicagoCyrus Zirakzadeh, University of Connecticut
[The list of names includes the approximately 1,173 people who signed as of November 12, 4:15 pm EST.]