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Paul Apostolidis is Associate Professorial Lecturer and Deputy Head of Department for Education in the LSE Department of Government. He is the author of The Fight for Time: Migrant Day Laborers and the Politics of Precarity (Oxford University Press 2019), Breaks in the Chain: What Immigrant Workers Can Teach America about Democracy (University of Minnesota Press, 2010), and Stations of the Cross: Adorno and Christian Right Radio (Duke University Press, 2000), as well as co-editor of Public Affairs: Politics in the Age of Sex Scandals (Duke University Press, 2004). His research integrates empirical field research involving Latinx migrant workers in the United States with political and critical theory. He is currently a collaborator in the Mellon-funded research project ‘Latinx Futures: The Civil, Cultural and Political Stakes for Southern California Latinx Communities,’ joining researchers from US and Mexican universities in exploring the resources for democratic resurgence among Latinx civil society organisations in response to racial authoritarianism. As an education leader at the LSE, he spearheads the School’s new civic engagement and undergraduate research initiatives. Prior to joining the LSE’s faculty in 2019 he taught for twenty-two years at Whitman College in Washington State, where he held the T. Paul Endowed Chair of Political Science, founded a nationally recognized civically engaged undergraduate research program and directed Whitman’s first-year liberal arts program. Dr. Apostolidis received his Ph.D. and M.A. from Cornell University and his A.B. from Princeton University.
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