Guest blogger: Juliet Sorensen

by Eszter Hargittai on March 3, 2015

I’m delighted to introduce Juliet Sorensen who is a Clinical Associate Professor of Law at Northwestern Law School’s Center for International Human Rights. Instead of annotating her CV here, I’d rather share how we met. The Public Voices Fellowship is an initiative of The OpEd Project whose mission is to get more under-represented voices onto oped pages. In 2013-14, both Juliet and I participated in the program at Northwestern. Over the course of the academic year, we attended four day-long workshops with 18 fellow Northwestern faculty members to learn about the ins-and-outs of writing and getting published oped articles, an activity that is definitely different from writing scholarly articles, but also from writing blog posts (although not necessarily that different from the latter). Juliet was one of the most productive members of our group having published nine pieces during the fellowship and more since. Given the topics she covers, I thought she would bring an interesting perspective to Crooked Timber so we invited her to guest blog with us, which she kindly agreed to do.



Tabasco 03.03.15 at 4:00 am

Related to Ted?


Maria 03.03.15 at 10:22 am

Welcome, Juliet!


Map Maker 03.03.15 at 1:10 pm

Daughter of Ted & Gillian.



micheleweldon (@micheleweldon) 03.09.15 at 5:32 pm

So pleased you are still collaborating!

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