Lecturer of Government
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Jeremy Wolf earned a bachelors degree from Simon's Rock College of Bard and is a doctoral candidate in political science at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Prior to beginning his doctoral work, Jeremy worked as a campaign staffer in New York City elections and as a labor organizer in New York and Connecticut.
His research is focused on the emergence of "the economy" as an object of expertise, with particular attention to the ways in which this object has affected what we talk about when we talk about "politics." His teaching interests include American politics and political thought, political theory, labor politics and the politics of methodology in the study of political science.