Global Affairs
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Full-time Faculty

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  • Jennifer Ashley

    Jennifer Ashley

    Term Assistant Professor

    Latin America; social movements; political subjectivity; youth studies; media; journalism; information technology

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  • Johanna K Bockman

    Johanna K Bockman

    Associate Professor

    Globalization, neoliberalism, economic sociology, Eastern Europe, socialism and postsocialism, gentrification, Washington, DC

  • Donald J Boudreaux

    Donald J Boudreaux

    Professor

    Making economics clear and compelling to broad audiences, teaching, international trade, antitrust, law and economics, public choice

  • Lisa C Breglia

    Lisa C Breglia

    Director

    Associate Professor

    Natural and cultural resources, intellectual property, World Heritage, and global environmentalism

  • Jo-Marie Burt

    Jo-Marie Burt

    Associate Professor

    Comparative politics, Latin America

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  • Constant Cheng

    Constant Cheng

    International business, international marketing, international economic development

  • Julie A Christensen

    Julie A Christensen

    Associate Professor

    Russian language, literature and film; Soviet and post-Soviet film including the Caucasus, Central Asia, Mongolia, and Eastern Europe

  • Dina M. Copelman

    Dina M. Copelman

    Associate Professor

    Modern British, European women, European social

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  • Niklas Hultin

    Niklas Hultin

    Assistant Professor

    West Africa, political and legal anthropology, human rights, law and law enforcement, small arms, information practices, banking

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  • T. Mills Kelly

    T. Mills Kelly

    Professor

    Historical pedagogy, digital humanities, public digital history, modern East Central Europe

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  • Peter Mandaville

    Peter Mandaville

    Associate Professor of Government and Politics

    Islam, globalization, development, international relations

  • Eric McGlinchey

    Eric McGlinchey

    Associate Professor

    Comparative politics, Central Asian regime change, political Islam, effects of information communication technology on state and society

  • Jason Morris

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  • Matthys van Schaik

    Matthys van Schaik

    Associate Professor

  • JP Singh

    JP Singh

    Professor, Global Affairs and Cultural Studies

    International trade and development, cultural economics, global governance, socio-economic impact of information technologies, and global diplomacy and deliberations

  • Paul Smith

    Paul Smith

    Professor

    Political economy and culture, globalization, media and technology, critical race and gender theory

  • Byunghwan Son

    Byunghwan Son

    Assistant Professor

    International political economy, Exchange rates, Economic crisis, Democratization, Korean Politics

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  • Ming Wan

    Ming Wan

    Professor

    Political economy of East Asia, political economy of security, Sino-Japanese relations