Faculty Affiliates

IAfS FACULTY SPOTLIGHT

Ernest Ogbozor, Ph.D.

Dr. Ernest N. Ogbozor is a professorial lecturer in conflict resolution, international development, humanitarian action and peacebuilding. He is currently a visiting scholar with the Institute for African Studies. Dr. Ogbozor brings to the classroom years of experience working on the frontlines of humanitarian response in North East and Central Nigeria, managing emergency relief to civilian victims of armed conflicts, ethnoreligious and election violence. He has worked with the International Committee of the Red Cross in Nigeria, Prisoners Rehabilitation and Welfare Action, Enterprise for Development International, and TechnoServe Inc.

His academic research addresses two fundamental questions: to understand the micro-level impact of conflict and the strategies used by local communities to cope with violence and protect their livelihoods.

Current courses include:
IAFF 6138: Humanitarian Action in Conflict
IAFF 3189: Land, Livelihood, and Conflict in Africa

Ernest Ogbozor, Ph.D.

Dr. Ernest N. Ogbozor is a professorial lecturer in conflict resolution, international development, humanitarian action and peacebuilding. He is currently a visiting scholar with the Institute for African Studies. Dr. Ogbozor brings to the classroom years of experience working on the frontlines of humanitarian response in North East and Central Nigeria, managing emergency relief to civilian victims of armed conflicts, ethnoreligious and election violence. He has worked with the International Committee of the Red Cross in Nigeria, Prisoners Rehabilitation and Welfare Action, Enterprise for Development International, and TechnoServe Inc.

His academic research addresses two fundamental questions: to understand the micro-level impact of conflict and the strategies used by local communities to cope with violence and protect their livelihoods.

Current courses include:
IAFF 6138: Humanitarian Action in Conflict
IAFF 3189: Land, Livelihood, and Conflict in Africa

IAfS FACULTY AFFILIATES

In alphabetical order by last name:

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Prof. Nii Akuetteh

Prof. Nii Akuetteh

 

Sarah Baird, Ph.D., M.S.  Associate Professor of Global Health and Economics Department of Global Health

Sarah Baird, Ph.D., M.S.

Associate Professor of Global Health and Economics, Department of Global Health

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Michael N. Barnett, Ph.D., Professor of International Affairs and Political Science

Michael N. Barnett, Ph.D.

Professor of International Affairs and Political Science

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Jeffrey Bingenheimer, Ph.D., MPH Associate Professor, Department of Prevention and Community Health

Jeffrey Bingenheimer, Ph.D., MPH

Associate Professor, Department of Prevention and Community Health

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Dr. Linda Bishai, Professorial Lecturer Elliott School of International Affairs

Dr. Linda Bishai

Professorial Lecturer Elliott School of International Affairs

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Nemata Blyden, Associate Professor of History & International Affairs

Nemata Blyden

Associate Professor of History & International Affairs

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David R. Braun, Associate Professor of Anthropology, Columbian College of Arts & Science

David R. Braun

Associate Professor of Anthropology, Columbian College of Arts & Science

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Reuben E. Brigety, Dean of the Elliott School of International Affairs

Reuben E. Brigety

Dean of the Elliott School of International Affairs

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Jennifer Brinkerhoff, Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Special Initiatives; Professor of Public Administration and International Affairs

Jennifer Brinkerhoff

Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs and Special Initiatives; Professor of Public Administration and International Affairs

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Stephanie M. Burchard, Ph.D., US national security and defense expert

Stephanie M. Burchard, Ph.D.

US national security and defense expert

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Naomi R. Cahn, Harold H. Greene Professor of Law, The George Washington University Law School

Naomi R. Cahn

Harold H. Greene Professor of Law, The George Washington University Law School

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Yvonne Captain, Associate Professor of Latin American Film and Literature and International Affairs

Yvonne Captain

Associate Professor of Latin American Film and Literature and International Affairs

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Imani M. Cheers, Associate Professor of Media and Public Affairs

Imani M. Cheers

Associate Professor of Media and Public Affairs

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Reid W. Click, Director of the GW Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER); Associate Professor of International Business and International Affairs

Reid W. Click

Director of the GW Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER); Associate Professor of International Business and International Affairs

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Jennifer Cooke, Professor of Practice in International Affairs; Director of the Institute for African Studies

Jennifer Cooke

Professor of Practice in International Affairs; Director of the Institute for African Studies

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Temesgen Deressa, Adjunct Professor in Economics

Temesgen Deressa

Adjunct Professor in Economics

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Mark Edberg, Ph.D., M.A., Associate Professor, Department of Prevention and Community Health

Mark Edberg, Ph.D., M.A.

Associate Professor, Department of Prevention and Community Health

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Scott Edwards, Part-time Professor/Development Practitioner; Managing Director of Crisis Prevention and Response with Amnesty International

Scott Edwards

Part-time Professor/Development Practitioner; Managing Director of Crisis Prevention and Response with Amnesty International

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W. Douglas Evans, Director of the Public Health Communication and Marketing Program; Professor of Prevention and Community Health

W. Douglas Evans

Director of the Public Health Communication and Marketing Program; Professor of Prevention and Community Health

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James E. Foster, Ph.D., Oliver T. Carr Professor of International Affairs and Professor of Economics

James E. Foster, Ph.D.

Oliver T. Carr Professor of International Affairs and Professor of Economics

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Seble L Frehywot, MD, MHSA, Teaching Associate Professor in the Department of Global Health

Seble L Frehywot, MD, MHSA

Teaching Associate Professor in the Department of Global Health

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Dr. Roy Richard Grinker, Former Inaugural Director of the Institute for African Studies; Professor of Anthropology, International Affairs & Human Sciences

Dr. Roy Richard Grinker

Former Inaugural Director of the Institute for African Studies; Professor of Anthropology, International Affairs & Human Sciences

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Dr. Lakeisha R. Harrison, Ph.D.

Dr. Lakeisha R. Harrison, Ph.D.

 

Jennifer James, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English; Director, Africana Studies Program

Jennifer James, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of English; Director, Africana Studies Program

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Remi Jedwab, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Economics and International Affairs

Remi Jedwab, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Economics and International Affairs

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Cara Jones, Ph.D., Professor of Economics; Director of Ph.D. Unit I

Cara Jones, Ph.D.

Professor of Economics; Director of Ph.D. Unit I

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Frederick L. Joutz, Professor of Economics ( Macroeconomics, econometrics, forecasting economic time series)

Frederick L. Joutz

Professor of Economics; Director of Ph.D. Unit I

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Marcus D. King, Ph.D., John O. Rankin Associate Professor of International Affairs; Director, M.A. Program in International Affairs

Marcus D. King, Ph.D.

John O. Rankin Associate Professor of International Affairs; Director, M.A. Program in International Affairs

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Eric Kramon, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

Eric Kramon, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs

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Jessica A. Krug, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History, Columbian College of Art & Sciences

Jessica A. Krug, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of History, Columbian College of Art & Sciences

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Matthew Levinger, Ph.D., Research Professor of International Affairs; Director, National Security Studies Program; Program Director, Master of International Policy and Practice

Matthew Levinger, Ph.D.

Research Professor of International Affairs; Director, National Security Studies Program; Program Director, Master of International Policy and Practice

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Steven Livingston, Ph.D., Professor of Media & Public Affairs & International Affairs

Steven Livingston, Ph.D.

Professor of Media & Public Affairs & International Affairs

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Stephen C. Lubkemann, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Anthropology & International Affairs

Stephen C. Lubkemann, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Anthropology & International Affairs

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Melani McAlister, Ph.D., Professor of American Studies, International Affairs & Media & Public Affairs

Melani McAlister, Ph.D.

Professor of American Studies, International Affairs & Media & Public Affairs

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Amb. Liberata Mulamula, Visiting Scholar & Associate Director, Institute for African Studies

Ambassador Liberata Mulamula

Visiting Scholar & Associate Director, Institute for African Studies

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Khadidiatou Ndiaye, MA, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in the Department of Global Health

Khadidiatou Ndiaye, MA, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor in the Department of Global Health

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Ernest Ogbozor, Ph.D., Professorial Lecturer – Conflict Resolution, International Development, Humanitarian Action, and Peacebuilding

Ernest Ogbozor, Ph.D.

Professorial Lecturer – Conflict Resolution, International Development, Humanitarian Action, and Peacebuilding

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David Rain, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Geography and International Affairs

David Rain, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Geography and International Affairs

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Liesl Riddle, Ph.D., Associate Professor of International Business and International Affairs; Associate Dean for Graduate Programs, GW School of Business; Co-Director, GW Diaspora Program

Liesl Riddle, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of International Business and International Affairs; Associate Dean for Graduate Programs, GW School of Business; Co-Director, GW Diaspora Program

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Jack Sandberg, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in the Department of Global Health

Jack Sandberg, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor in the Department of Global Health

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Ambassador David Shinn, Former Ambassador to Burkina Faso and Ethiopia; Adjunct Professor of International Affairs

Ambassador David Shinn

Former Ambassador to Burkina Faso and Ethiopia; Adjunct Professor of International Affairs

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Stephen Smith, Ph.D., Professor of Economics and International Affairs; Director, Institute for International Economic Policy

Stephen Smith, Ph.D.

Professor of Economics and International Affairs; Director, Institute for International Economic Policy

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Jennifer Spencer, Ph.D., Professor of International Business and International Affairs

Jennifer Spencer, Ph.D.

Professor of International Business and International Affairs

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James Tielsch, Professor and Chair of the Department of Global Health

James Tielsch

Professor and Chair of the Department of Global Health

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Abdourahman Waberi, Professor of French Language and Literature

Abdourahman Waberi

Professor of French Language and Literature

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Daniel Whitman, Professorial Lecturer in African Studies – Foreign Policy and Foreign Affairs, Comparative Cultural Studies, Basics of College Research, Oral History, International Conflict Management

Daniel Whitman

Professorial Lecturer in African Studies – Foreign Policy and Foreign Affairs, Comparative Cultural Studies, Basics of College Research, Oral History, International Conflict Management

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Paul Williams, Director Security Policy Studies M.A.; Associate Professor of International Affairs

Paul Williams

Director Security Policy Studies M.A.; Associate Professor of International Affairs

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