Research Expertise and Interest
ancient Greek democracy, Roman politics, the history of democracy and constitutionalism
Daniela Cammack is an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science. She is currently working on a book on ancient Greek democracy. She also has research and teaching interests in Roman, medieval and modern political ideas and practices, political economy (particularly Marx), and the history of democracy and constitutionalism.
Since receiving her Ph.D. from Harvard in 2013, Daniela Cammack has held positions at Harvard (Junior Fellow in the Society of Fellows), Stanford (visiting research fellow) and Yale (visiting lecturer and assistant professor). In July 2019, she joined UC Berkeley as an assistant professor of political science.