Anna-Maria Marshall received her JD from the University of Virginia (1985) and her PhD in Political Science from Northwestern University (1999). Her research is broadly focused on studying the relationship between law and social change. Her first book, Confronting Sexual Harassment: The Law and Politics of Everyday Life, analyzed the institutional and political foundations of legal consciousness when women navigated problems in the workplace. She is currently at work on a project about the factors, including public policy, that influence farmers’ decisions to adopt new technologies promoting conservation and sustainability. Her articles have appeared in Law and Society Review, Law and Social Inquiry, and the Annual Review of Law and Social Science.