Carnegie Hall, Room 409
Full Time Faculty
James Wallace Professor & Chair of International Studies
Global political economy; political and social theory; African politics; leadership and the state; Somali studies; Islam and globalization.
Assistant Professor of International Studies, Affiliated faculty of Anthropology & Media and Cultural Studies (Sabbatical 2015-2016)
Global media, visual anthropology, ethnographic and documentary film, cultures of knowledge production especially news and journalism, photography, anthropology of the imagination, politics in everyday life, cultures of work.
Distinguished Lecturer in International Studies and Dean of the Institute for Global Citizenship
Dynamics between poverty, health care seeking behavior and health system response, particularly for the care of infectious diseases.
Associate Professor, International Studies and English
Literary interactions in the Black Atlantic world, notably Africa, the Caribbean, and African America; post-colonial and/as the post-Soviet; comparative literature; cultural theory; globalization.
Associate Professor of International Studies (Sabbatical 2015-2016)
International human rights; ethnicity, nationalism, and civic belonging; Central and Eastern Europe, Czech and Slovak studies; transitional justice.
Russian and International Studies, and Chair of Russian Studies
Russian and Soviet popular culture and cultural history; comparative studies in revolutions and commemoration; international law and legal frameworks; cultural studies.
Part Time Faculty
Visiting Instructor of Political Science, and Chair of Human Rights and Humanitarianism
Additional Faculty Teaching in International Studies
Associate Professor of Economics and Latin American Studies
Rural and agricultural development, economic development, education in developing countries, and Central America-U.S. migration
Assistant Professor, English
Twentieth-century British and Irish literature; diasporic Irish studies; transnational modernism; post-colonial studies; comparative film studies; postwar visual and popular culture; British cultural studies; youth subcultures; working-class studies...
Cargill Professor of International Economics
Comparative Economics, Transition Economics, Industrial Organization and Applied Econometrics
Associate Professor and Chair, Sociology
Political ecology, tropical agriculture, environment and development policy, and livelihood security
Professor of Hispanic & Latin American Studies
Trans-Atlantic literatures of the 16th and 17th centuries, and colonial and contemporary Afro-Caribbean texts
Associate Professor of Environmental Studies
Environmental policy and politics
International economics, labor economics, Latin America, economic restructuring, and trade
Professor Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and English
Feminist and literary theories; cultural studies of globalization as it intersects with nationalism, democracy, and imperialism; "minoritized" literatures, with a transnational comparative basis in Western Europe and Asia.
Professor of Anthropology
Socio-cultural anthropology, gender, migration, political conflict, Africa, Europe, United States
Assistant Professor, on sabbatical 2014-2015