Morgan Galloway is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Political Science at Yale University. Her research interests include the memorialization of state violence, the role of civil society, state institutions, and transitional justice in the memorialization process, Latin American politics, race and U.S. politics, and qualitative research methods. She graduated from the University of Washington where she was an undergraduate research fellow at the Center for American Politics and Public Policy. Morgan has worked as an investigator for allegations of NYPD misconduct at the New York City Civilian Complaint Review Board. ; ; Her dissertation, tentatively titled “Power, Meaning, and Agency: Politics and the (Re)production of Memory in Contexts of State Violence,” analyzes the relationship between structural constraints and political agency in the production of historical memories of state violence in Mexico, the United States, South Africa, and Argentina.