Dr. Ofrit Liviatan is a lecturer on law and politics at Harvard University’s Department of Government, the author of a political novel Anything But Steady, and the Director of Harvard College’s Freshman Seminar Program

Her publications, research and teaching interests focus on the intersection of law and politics, including: the function of legal systems in divided societies, the role of legal mechanisms in the accommodation of diversity, critical investigations of law through visual and literary frames, and the legal dynamics between religion and state.