Ashley Elizabeth Drake

Social Sciences Teaching Fellow, University of Chicago
Ph.D. 2020

RO 331B

Dissertation: Militarizing Affection: The Making of the Military Working Dog Team
 


Sevda Numanbayraktaroglu

Assistant Instructional Professor

RO 318H

Dr. Sevda Numanbayraktaroglu specializes in the field of human development across the life span with an emphasis on the social constitution of the self and gendered emotional subjectivity. Much of her research addresses the topics of the self and language, subjectivity and social change, and language socialization. Her work focuses on Turkey, and combines ethnographic, quantitative, and discourse analytic methods.


Kelsey London Robbins

Social Sciences Teaching Fellow, University of Chicago
Undergraduate Preceptor
Ph.D. 2021

Rosenwald 331A

Dissertation: Remaking Irish Catholicism: Moral Authority, Reproductive Politics, and the State


Shenghe (Lily) Ye

Social Sciences Teaching Fellow, University of Chicago

RO 318H

University of Chicago, B.A. Linguistics
Research interests: Sociocultural and linguistic anthropology; U.S. education; science, inequality, and democracy; data production and knowledge production; professions and expertise; American pragmatism