Megan C. Brand

Megan C. Brand
Megan Brand is a postdoctoral research associate with the James Madison Program where she researches and writes about international relations strategy and comparative constitutionalism. She received her PhD in Politics from Princeton University. Prior to doctoral studies, she worked as a consultant in refugee policy and in philanthropic development. She gardens at her home in central New Jersey.

Recent Essays

Allegories of Pruning: Cutting for Growth

Pruning is difficult because we are forced to make a conscious decision to remove something that has been part of a growing plant. But these cuts are necessary and even life-giving.