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Yunus Sözen

Fung Global Fellow

Fung Global Fellows Program

Louis A. Simpson International Building, Office 163A

msozen@princeton.edu

Sözen is an assistant professor in the Department of International Relations at Özyeğin University in Istanbul and received his Ph.D. in politics from New York University. His areas of specialty within the field of political science are comparative politics and democratic theory. His research focuses on the relationship between political ideas/ideologies, particularly populism and political regime dynamics. During his time as a Fung fellow, he will examine resistance and opposition to left- and right-wing populist rulers (in various South American cases, Hungary and Turkey) who acquired and kept power in competitive settings by organizing popular resentment.

Zhipeng Tian

Zhipeng Tian

zhipengt@princeton.edu

Zhipeng Tian is a Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology at Peking University, where he also received his B.A. in sociology in 2013. His research interests are stratification and mobility, economic inequality, and quantitative methods. His current research focuses on social causes and consequences of household wealth inequality in China.

Sjoerd van Tuinen

Fung Global Fellow

Fung Global Fellows Program

Louis A. Simpson International Building, Office 163B

stuinen@princeton.edu

Van Tuinen is an assistant professor in philosophy at Erasmus University in the Netherlands. He received a Ph.D. in philosophy from Ghent University in Belgium. At his home university, he coordinates the Centre for Art and Philosophy and is a co-founder of the Erasmus Institute for Public Knowledge, where he is responsible for a project on European politics of debt and austerity. In his project at Princeton, titled “Ressentiment: Pedagogy of a Concept,” van Tuinen plans to disentangle what he calls the “resentment-ressentiment complex,” or the confusion of authentic indignation with passive aggression in current political discourse. He is the editor of numerous books, including “Deleuze and The Fold. A Critical Reader” (2010), “De nieuwe Franse filosofie” (2011), “Speculative Art Histories” (2017) and ” The Polemics of Ressentiment”  (forthcoming). He is the author of “Sloterdijk. Binnenstebuiten denken” (2004).

Qiong (Joan) Wu

Qiong (Joan) Wu

Visiting Associate Professional Specialist

Center on Contemporary China, Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies

qiongwu@princeton.edu

Qiong Wu holds a Ph.D in educational and psychological measurement from the Pennsylvania State University. She is a research assistant professor at the Institute of Social Science Survey at Peking University, in charge of data processing and service for the nationally representative China Family Panel Studies. Her research interests are measurement issues in survey design and operation, cognitive development among children and older adults, and child development. Before joining Peking University, she was a research associate at the Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies, working mainly with large scale surveys.

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