GANESH SITARAMAN, HST Scholar, LJH Scholar, PB Kappa

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GANESH SITARAMAN 131 21st Ave S, Nashville, TN 37203
EDUCATION Harvard Law School, JD 2008 magna cum laude Harry S. Truman Scholar Harvard Law Review, Book Reviews & Essays Chair, Articles Committee, Vol. 121 Harvard Law and Policy Review, Executive Policy Editor, Vol. 2 University of Cambridge, Emmanuel College, MPhil 2005 Lionel de Jersey Harvard Scholar Harvard College, AB 2004 magna cum laude Charles Joseph Bonaparte Prize Phi Beta Kappa Detur Book Prize John Harvard Scholarship
ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS Vanderbilt Law School Professor of Law, 2017-Present Chancellor Faculty Fellow, 2018-2020 Director, Program on Law and Government, 2017-Present Associate Professor of Law, 2016-2017 Assistant Professor of Law, 2013-2016 Assistant Professor of Law (on leave), 2011-2013 Yale Law School Visiting Associate Professor of Law, Fall 2016 Harvard Law School Public Law Fellow, 2008-2010 Lecturer on Law, 2010
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Center for American Progress, Senior Fellow, 2013-Present Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Senior Counsel, 2013
Elizabeth Warren for Massachusetts, Policy Director, 2011-2012 U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, Law Clerk to Judge Stephen F. Williams, 2010-2011 Center for a New American Security, Visiting Fellow, Summer 2010 Counterinsurgency Training Center ­ Afghanistan, Research Fellow, Summer 2009 Congressional Oversight Panel for TARP, Advisor, 2008-2009 FELLOWSHIPS AND AFFILIATIONS Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, Vanderbilt University, Faculty Affiliate, 2013Present Program on State-Building and Human Rights in Afghanistan and Pakistan, Carr Center for Human Rights, Harvard Kennedy School, Affiliate, 2009-2010 The Tobin Project, National Security Research Grant, Summer 2009 Centre for History and Economics, Cambridge University, Prize Fellow, 2004­2005 American Academy of Social and political sciences, Junior Fellow, 2004 Center for American Political Studies, Fellow, 2003­2004 Harvard College Research Fellowship, 2003­2004 MEMBERSHIPS AND BOARDS Massachusetts Bar The American Prospect, Board of Directors, 2017-Present American Constitution Society for Law and Policy Board of Directors, 2017-Present Board of Academic Advisors, 2016-Present Council on Foreign Relations, Term Member, 2014-Present Truman National Security Project, Principal, 2004-Present 2
Society for U.S. Intellectual History American Society of international law Truman Scholars Association, Board of Directors, 2004-2007 BOOKS THE CRISIS OF THE MIDDLE-CLASS CONSTITUTION: WHY ECONOMIC INEQUALITY THREATENS OUR REPUBLIC (Alfred A. Knopf 2017) · One of The New York Times's 100 Notable Books of 2017 · Awarded a Vanderbilt Chancellor's Award for Research (2017) · Reviewed or featured in The New York Times (cover review), Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, The New Republic, The Nation, The American Prospect, The Atlantic, NPR's Indivisible and On Point with Tom Ashbrook. THE COUNTERINSURGENT'S CONSTITUTION: LAW IN THE AGE OF SMALL WARS (Oxford 2012) · Awarded the Palmer Prize for Civil Liberties (2013) INVISIBLE CITIZENS: YOUTH POLITICS AFTER SEPTEMBER 11 (2003) (edited, with Previn Warren). ACADEMIC ARTICLES The Puzzling Absence of Economic Power in Constitutional Theory, 101 Cornell Law Review 1445 (2016). Economic Structure and Constitutional Structure: An Intellectual History, 94 Texas Law Review 1301 (2016). The Origins of Legislation, 91 Notre Dame Law Review 79 (2015). The Normalization of Foreign Relations Law, 128 Harvard Law Review 1897 (2015) (with Ingrid Wuerth). Behavioral War Powers, 90 N.Y.U. Law Review 516 (2015) (with David Zionts). Foreign Hard Look Review, 66 Administrative Law Review 489 (2014). Contracting Around Citizens United, 114 Columbia Law Review 755 (2014). Credibility and War Powers, 127 Harvard Law Review Forum 123 (2014). 3
Counterinsurgency, the War on Terror, and the Laws of War, 95 Virginia Law Review 1745 (2009). The Use and Abuse of Foreign Law in Constitutional Interpretation, 32 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 653 (2009). Service Pays: Creating Opportunities by Linking College with Public Service, 1 Harvard Law and Policy Review 127 (2006) (with Elizabeth Warren and Sandy Baum). Counterinsurgency and Constitutional Design, 121 Harvard Law Review 1622 (2008). ARTICLES IN BOOKS Economic Inequality and Constitutional Democracy, in CONSTITUTIONAL DEMOCRACY IN CRISIS? (Mark A. Graber, Sanford Levinson, and Mark Tushnet eds., forthcoming Oxford Univ. Press, 2018). The People's Pledge: Campaign Finance Reform without Legal Reform, in DEMOCRACY BY THE PEOPLE: REFORMING CAMPAIGN FINANCE IN AMERICA (Eugene Mazo and Timothy Kuhner eds., forthcoming Cambridge Univ. Press, 2018). Foreword: Drift and Mastery in the 21st Century, in WALTER LIPPMANN, DRIFT AND MASTERY (Univ. Wisc. Press, centennial edition, 2015). The Professional Campaign, in THE FUTURE OF POLITICAL SCIENCE (Gary King, Kay Lehmann Schlozman & Norman H. Nie eds., 2009). Suez Crisis, Diego Garcia, in BRITAIN AND THE AMERICAS: CULTURE, POLITICS, AND HISTORY (Will Kaufmann & Heidi Macpherson eds., 2005). Why Young Americans Hate Politics, in CROSSROADS: THE FUTURE OF American Politics (Andrew Cuomo ed., 2003) (with Previn Warren). POPULAR ARTICLES AND POLICY PAPERS How the Oligarchy Wins: Lessons from Ancient Greece, The Guardian, Oct. 15, 2017. National Security Exceptionalism and the Travel Ban Litigation, Lawfare, Oct. 12, 2017. Our Constitution Wasn't Built for This, The New York Times, Sept. 16, 2017. Divided We Fall, The New Republic, April 10, 2017. 4
The National Security Consequences of Deregulation, Lawfare, April 3, 2017. Reforming Regulation: Policies to Counteract Capture and Improve the Regulatory Process, Center for American Progress (2016). You Should Love What You Do. But What if You Don't, Speech at Vanderbilt Law School Commencement, May 8, 2015. Available at Medium, reprinted by the New York Observer, May 25, 2015. A People's Pledge Could Quell the Politics in Judicial Elections, National Law Journal, Nov. 3, 2014 (with Trevor Potter). America's Post-Crash Constitution, Politico Magazine, Oct. 5, 2014. Unbundling Too Big to Fail, Center for American Progress, July 15, 2014. The Rule of Law and the New Counterinsurgency Field Manual, Small Wars Journal, Jun. 12, 2014. Counterinsurgency for Foxes, Foreign Policy (online), May 20, 2014. Progressive Pragmatism, The American Interest, May/June 2014. How to Clean Up American Elections, Politico Magazine, Apr. 8, 2014. How Candidates Can Sidestep Supreme Court Rulings on Campaign Finance, Christian Science Monitor, Oct. 22, 2013. Why Counterinsurgents Should Follow the Laws of War, ABA Insights on Law & Society 13.3 (Spring 2013). Course Correction: My Term at Afghanistan's Graduate School of War, The New Republic, Oct. 8, 2009. The Land of 10,000 Wars, N.Y. Times Global Edition / Int'l Herald Trib., Aug. 16, 2009. Out of the Hole of College Debt, Boston Globe, June 5, 2008 (with Elizabeth Warren). A Ticket to the Middle Class: Working Off College Debt, Federal Reserve, Communities and Banking, Winter 2007 (with Elizabeth Warren and Sandy Baum). The Mildmay Society: Past, Present, Future, Emmanuel College Mag., December 2005. Winning Between the Lines, The New York Times, July 10, 2004 (with Peter Buttigieg and Peter Van D. Emerson). 5

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