Team directory: R

Team directory: R

Jennifer Richeson

Jennifer Richeson, Philip R. Allen Professor of Psychology

Jennifer Richeson is the Philip R. Allen Professor of Psychology and a faculty fellow with ISPS. Her research examines multiple psychological phenomena related to cultural diversity. For instance, she examines how people experience racial and other forms of societal diversity, be it efforts to navigate one-on-one interracial interactions or the political consequences of the increasing racial/ethnic diversity of the United States.

Laila Robbins, Yale College, History

Laila Robbins is a junior at Yale studying History with a focus on pathologization. At Yale Law School, she currently researches discretionary sentencing enhancements for repeat drug offenders. Previously, Laila interned for Honorable Katherine B. Forrest (U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York). On campus, as Vice President of the Yale Undergraduate Prison Project, Laila mentors inmates at a Connecticut prison and facilitates re-entry initiatives in New Haven.

2022 ISPS Director's Fellow

Christian Robles, ISPS Director's Fellow, 2022

Christian Robles is a junior in Davenport College and from Washington, DC. He is studying Political Science and is an Education Studies Scholar, reflecting his interest in education policy. He is particularly passionate about issues pertaining to equitable school funding, school integration efforts, and the accessibility of higher education opportunities. At Yale, he is a desk editor for the Yale Daily New’s city desk, tutor for 1st graders in quarantine, computer science tutor for New Haven Public Schools students, and member of the Young Democratic Socialists of America

ISPS Faculty Fellow

Doug Rogers, Professor of Anthropology and Faculty Director of the Program in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies

Douglas Rogers is Professor of Anthropology and Faculty Director of the Program in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies at Yale University. His research and teaching interests in political and economic anthropology; natural resources (especially oil) and energy; corporations; the anthropology of religion and ethics; historical anthropology; and socialist societies and their postsocialist trajectories.