Neill Hall, Room 209
Full Time Faculty
James Von Geldern
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.
Associate Professor of Russian Studies
Specializes in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Russian literature and culture
Visiting Assistant Professor, Russian Studies
Focuses on 20th-century Russian culture, queer theory, disability and affect studies.
Language Lab Instructor in Russian, and faculty member of Russian House
Associate Professor of Political Science
Comparative politics, Latin American politics, urban social movements, women's leadership and popular movements
Gary J. Krueger
Cargill Professor of International Economics
Comparative Economics, Transition Economics, Industrial Organization and Applied Econometrics
Professor (musicology and piano)
Associate Professor of International Studies (Sabbatical: AY 2015-2016)
International human rights; ethnicity, nationalism, and civic belonging; Central and Eastern Europe, Czech and Slovak studies; transitional justice.