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The latest talent on campus: Introducing five new members of the university's faculty

Aaron Bodoh-Creed

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Aaron Bodoh-Creed
assistant professor, economics
College: Arts and Sciences
Academic focus: Microeconomics, industrial organization, behavioral economics and political economics.
Previous positions: Research assistant, Stanford University Graduate School of Business, 2007-09; physicist, Johns Hopkins University, Applied Physics Laboratory, 2001-05.
Academic background: B.S., mathematics and physics, University of Maryland, 2001; Ph.D., economics, Stanford University, 2010.
Last book read: "Consider the Lobster and Other Essays" by David Foster Wallace.
In his own time: Hiking and cooking.

Gustavo Flores-Macias

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Gustavo Flores-Macias
assistant professor, government
College: Arts and Sciences
Academic focus: Politics of economic reform, state building and state capacity, and the effects of migration in labor-exporting countries.
Previous positions: Postdoctoral fellow, Cornell, 2008-10; teaching fellow, Harvard University, 2007-08; instructor, Georgetown University, 2005-07; teaching assistant, Duke University, 2001-03.
Academic background: B.A., international relations, Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico City, Mexico), 2000; M.A., global public policy, Duke University, 2003; Ph.D., comparative government, Georgetown University, 2008.
Last book read: "Violent Entrepreneurs: The Use of Force in the Making of Russian Capitalism" by Vadim Volkov.
In his own time: Traveling and spending time with his wife and son.

Roger Moseley

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Roger Moseley
assistant professor, musicology
College: Arts and Sciences
Academic focus: The music of Brahms; ludomusicology (the study of music as play); improvisation in 18th and 19th century European idioms; collaborative pianism; technologies and ideologies of musical transcription.
Previous positions: Lecturer, University of Chicago, 2009-10; postdoctoral research fellow, University of Chicago, 2007-09; junior research fellow, University College, Oxford, 2004-07.
Academic background: B.A., music, St. Peter's College, Oxford, 1996; M.St., musicology, New College, Oxford, 1997; Ph.D., musicology, University of California-Berkeley, 2004; M.Mus., collaborative piano, Guildhall School of Music and Drama, 2007.
Last book read: "Shop Class as Soulcraft: An Inquiry Into the Value of Work" by Matthew B. Crawford.
In his own time: Playing music, squash and video games.

Karen Pinkus

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Karen Pinkus
professor, Romance studies
College: Arts and Sciences
Academic focus: Italian, literary theory, cinema, visual theory and cultural studies.
Previous positions: Professor of Italian, French and comparative literature, University of Southern California, 1996-2010; assistant professor of Italian and comparative literary studies, Northwestern University, 1990-96.
Academic background: B.A., College Scholar Interdisciplinary Honors Program, Cornell, 1984; Ph.D., comparative literature, Italian specialization, City University of New York, 1990.
Last book read: "2066" by Roberto Bolano.
In her own time: "I play drums in a rock band, and I'm interested in all aspects of analog recording. I will probably also get into gardening now that I'm living in the country."

Joerg Stoye

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Joerg Stoye
associate professor, economics
College: Arts and Sciences
Academic focus: Econometrics and (mostly statistical) decision theory.
Previous positions: Assistant professor, New York University, 2005-10; visiting research fellow, Yale University, 2009.
Academic background: Diplom Volkswirt, Universität zu Köln, Germany, 1999; M.Sc., economics and philosophy, London School of Economics, United Kingdom, 2000; and M.A., 2001, and Ph.D., 2005, both in economics from Northwestern University.
Last book read: "The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao" by Junot Diaz.
In his own time: "I listen to music."

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