all international, all of the time
all international, all of the time
Faculty in the School of International Studies share a deep intellectual curiosity for global issues. They have all lived abroad and speak at least two languages. The faculty include political scientists, anthropologists, economists, and historians. SIS offers a unique interdisciplinary approach to international affairs, which includes interdisciplinary team-teaching.
Laura Bathurst, 2005, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, BA, Kansas State University, 1997; MA, University of California, Berkeley, 1999; PhD, 2005.
Research & Teaching Interests: indigenous South Americans, identity, power and control, development, linguistic anthropology, intercultural relations, and cross-cultural adjustment and reentry
Ahmed Kanna, 2009, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, BS, James Madison University, 1997; AM, Harvard University, 2000; PhD, Harvard University, 2006.
Research & Teaching Interests: Urban anthropology; the anthropology of architecture and space; globalization; critical theory; Arab Gulf, Iraq, Iran, South Asia, Europe
Yong Kyun Kim, 2009, Assistant Professor of Political Science, BS, Seoul National University, 1998; MA, Seoul National University, 2001; PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2009.
Research & Teaching Interests: International political economy: sovereign debt, politics of international trade and finance, international development, IMF, and Word Bank; comparative politics: Latin America, East Asia, and developing nations; research methods: quantitative data analysis and game theory
Sarah M. Mathis, 2008, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, BS, Principia College, 1997; MA, University of Notre Dame, 1999; PhD, Emory University, 2008.
Research & Teaching Interests: political economy, land, violence, rural development, state formation in Africa
Daniel O'Neill, 2010, Assistant Professor of Political Science, BA, Economics, The University of Texas at Austin, 1987; MA, Political Science, Washington University in St. Louis, 2005; PhD, Political Science, 2010. Research & Teaching Interests: The politics of globalization, China's foreign economic relations, development, income inequality and democratization, politics in East, Southeast and Central Asia, Taiwan politics; international politics, comparative politics, China's foreign relations
Analiese M. Richard, 2006, Assiciate Professor of Anthropology, BA, Southwestern University, 1999; MA, University of California, Berkeley, 2001; PhD, University of California, Berkeley, 2005.
Research & Teaching Interests: Cultures of democracy, transnational networking, political agency and subjectivities, ecological anthropology, politics of food, agriculture and biotechnology, cultures of Latin America
Susan G. Sample, 1999, Associate Professor of Political Science, BA, University of Missouri, 1991; PhD, Vanderbilt University, 1996.
Research & Teaching Interests: International conflict: the causes of war, the role of national identity in the creation of foreign policy choices, and processes in conflict and conflict resolution, international relations theory, the role of changing international norms on the dynamics of conflict and the evolving political context, including the role of international institutions, American/comparative foreign policy
Niru Yadav, 2011, Assistant Professor of Economics, BA, Randolph-MaconWoman's College, 2001; MA, Indiana University, 2003; Ph.D., Indiana University, 2007. Research & Teaching Interests: International trade, trade facilitation, production sharing and vertical specialization, trading agreements and regional integration, informal economy, Asian economic development
Arturo Giraldez, 1990, Professor, BA, Universidad Com-plutense de Madrid, 1976; MA, 1979; PhD, Spanish and Portuguese, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1990; PhD, History, University of Amsterdam, 1999.
Areas of Specialization: World history, early modern European history, history of the Pacific, Spanish literature and language.
Elena Savelieva, 1992, Instructor, Area Studies in Russian, BA, Leningrad State University, 1969; MA, 1971. Research & Teaching Interests: Russian literature (19th-20th Century), contemporary Russian film
Howard Moseley, 2005, Instructor, BA, University of the Pacific, 1989; JD, University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, 1996. Research &Teaching Interests: International Law, Model UN
Jean-Marie Stratigos, 2005, Ecole de Commerce Institut Superieur de Gestion, Paris, France, 1988; MA Paris VII Sorbonne, 1998; DEA Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, 2006; PhD Candidate, Anthropology, Universite de Nanterre Paris X. Research and Teaching Interests: United Nations Systems, International Development, Cultural Anthropology
William Herrin, 1985, Professor, BS, Wilkes College, 1980; MA, State University of New York, Binghampton, 1982; PhD, 1985.
Areas of Specialization: Regional Science, Urban and Housing Economics, Applied Econometrics, Development Economics