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Diana Kapiszewski, PhD

Georgetown University and Qualitative Data Repository

Diana Kapiszewski is Provost’s Distinguished Associate Professor of Government at Georgetown University. Her research interests include research methods, transparency, and ethics; as well as public law and comparative politics. She has published widely on techniques for generating and sharing qualitative data, as well as on comparative law and courts. Her ongoing work includes projects focused on research ethics, and how research methods are deployed in contemporary political science scholarship, as well as various projects on legal institutions. Kapiszewski is a Senior Research Associate with the Qualitative Data Repository and co-edits the Cambridge University Press “Methods for Social Inquiry” book series.