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Rochelle Terman

Rochelle Terman

Social Science Postdoctoral Fellow


Encina Hall, E211

616 Serra Street

Stanford, CA 94305

(650) 721-1378 (voice)

Research Interests

International norms, human rights, gender, Islam and Muslims, Iran, computational social science, text as data.


Rochelle Terman is a political scientist (Ph.D., University of California Berkeley, 2016) studying international norms and identity using computational and mixed methods. Her dissertation / book project examines the backlash and unintended consequences of international “naming and shaming” campaigns, especially around women’s rights in the Muslim World. Previous work on the tension between Islamophobia and feminism was recently published in Theory, Culture & Society. She teaches computational social science in a variety of capacities.