Dr. Mary Ryan

Dr. Mary Ryan (Assistant Professor and Chair of Public Service and Community Studies) teaches classes on inequality, American political thought, U.S. environmental politics, global ethics, public administration, and public policy. Her research interests center on political theory, social justice, moral philosophy, structural racism, and public policy. She has presented her research at dozens of conferences in the U.S. and around the world, and was the recipient of the 2018 Best Paper Award in Identity Politics at the Northeastern Political Science Association for her paper “Harvesting U.S. Democracy: The Kerner Commission on Police Brutality, White Supremacy, and Race”. 


symposium on democracy 2020

Panel: Abortion and Reproductive Healthcare Access

February 22 @ 11:15 am - 12:30 pm

Location: Burnett 103   A panel will present perspectives on, and host a discussion about, recent legal and policy changes related to abortion and reproductive healthcare access, and their impacts…