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Miranda Sklaroff is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Political Science. Her dissertation is on anti-eugenics as a political lens for understanding twentieth-century feminist movements and public policy. She has been a TA for a diverse array of classes including Ancient Political Thought and The Public Policy Process. In her classes, Miranda is politically and pedagogically committed to the notion that all students are already political theorists, whether or not they know it, as they try to make sense of the world and the contours of power that shape their lives. When she’s not teaching, she’s running reading groups, painting, or playing with her dogs.