Professor of Political Science at Yale University Frances Rosenbluth has died

Frances Rosenbluth Death – Cause Of Death: Renowned political scientist who was the Professor of Political Science at Yale University Frances Rosenbluth from Ogaki, Gifu has passed away shockingly and unexpectedly on Saturday 20th November 2021. Her cause of death and age has not been released to the public.

Rosenbluth lives in New Haven, Connecticut, a coastal city in the U.S. state of Connecticut. located on New Haven Harbor on the northern shore of Long Island Sound in New Haven County, Connecticut, and is part of the New York City metropolitan area. She attended Morrison Academy.

She attended the University of Virginia where she studied Government and Foreign Affairs and earned a BA in government and foreign affairs in 1980, she advanced to study at Columbia University where she studied Political science and gained a graduate certificate from the East Asian Institute there in 1982, an MA from the school of international and public affairs in 1983, and a Ph.D. in political science in 1988. She became a Professor at Yale University, Department of Political Science from 1994 to the day of her death.

She was honored as American Academy of Arts and Sciences Fellow in the year 2007, Guggenheim Fellow in the year 2010, and  Victoria Shuck Award, American Political Science Association in the year 2011.

Family, friends, and colleagues have taken to pay tributes to the deceased, below are some gather: “Deeply saddened to hear that my senior essay advisor, Frances Rosenbluth, has passed away. In addition to her many accomplishments as a world-class scholar of gender inequality and political economy, Prof. Rosenbluth was a beloved educator and a true inspiration to so many of us.”

“Very sad to learn of Frances Rosenbluth’s passing. Her door was always open for students. Throughout grad school I was fortunate to be able to count on her for an incisive outsider’s perspective on my progress. My heart goes out to her family & many others whose life she touched.”

“Absolutely devastated by the loss of Frances Rosenbluth. From the very first DGS meeting to my dissertation committee, Frances has been a boundless source of inspiration and support. Incredibly grateful she was able to see me through.”

“I’m deeply saddened by Frances Rosenbluth’s passing, especially for her family. I was lucky to have her as an advisor & I will continue to miss her warm and brilliant spirit. Meetings with her meant big ideas, many questions, & probably a dog or 2. Far too soon for her to be gone”

“This weekend, political science lost an amazing scholar — Frances Rosenbluth. In my own work, I have been influenced by Rosenbluth’s seminal scholarship on Japanese bureaucratic politics. Sending thoughts and prayers to those grieving her passing. May she Rest In Peace.”

“Having registered Twitter for several years but this is the first post for my dear supervisor Frances McCall Rosenbluth, who passed away today. I am so grateful that she sponsored me as a RA and teaches me a lot during the last months. She will be deeply missed . R.I.P”

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