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 Researchers at the MPI for the Study of Societies

Danielle Pullan

Danielle Pullan
Doctoral Researcher, IMPRS-SPCE, University of Cologne
Phone: +49 221 2767-356
Fax: +49 221 2767-555

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Research Interests

Political science; reproductive justice; abortion policy; women's issues and gender-based policy; European politics; quantitative research methods; text analysis  
First Advisor: André Kaiser



Oct. 2020-present Doctoral Researcher, International Max Planck Research School on the Social and Political Constitution of the Economy (IMPRS-SPCE), Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne
2019-2020 Graduate Assistant, Cologne Center for Comparative Politics, University of Cologne
2018-2020 MA, Political Science, University of Cologne, Germany
2014-2016 MPA, Public Administration, with focus on Nonprofit Management, American University, Washington, DC
2013-2018 Full-time employment and consulting positions with nonprofits, impact investing organizations, and tech start-up companies in project management, client management, and research roles, Washington, DC
2012-2013 Teaching Assistant, School of Public Affairs Leadership Program, American University, Washington, DC
2011-2012 Study abroad, Philosophy, University College London
2009-2013 BA, Political Science and Philosophy, American University, Washington, DC
2009-2012 Various internships with US Congressional offices, political campaigns, and political action committees, Washington, DC and Chicago, IL


Awards and Honors (Selected)

2020: Dean’s List, University of Cologne  
2014-2016: Graduate Honor Award Merit Scholarship, American University, Washington, DC  
2015: CCPS Benefactors Award, American University, Washington, DC  
2009-2013: AU Presidential Scholarship, American University, Washington, DC  
2009-2012: Dean’s List, American University, Washington, DC

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