Aziz F. Rana is an Associate Professor of Law at Cornell University Law School. His research interests include American constitutional law and political development, with a particular focus on citizenship, national security, and immigration. He is the author of The Two Faces of American Freedom (Harvard University Press, 2010). His current book project, No Other Gods: Security, Citizenship, and the Victory of Constitutional Patriotism, examines how emerging constitutional veneration in the mid-twentieth century, especially in relation to national security imperatives, helped shape popular politics. Rana was an Oscar M. Ruebhausen Fellow in Law at Yale University. He holds an A.B. from Harvard University, a J.D. from Yale Law School, and a Ph.D. in Government from Harvard University, where his dissertation was awarded the Charles Sumner Prize.