Faculty Affiliates

In alphabetical order by last name:

B


Sarah Baird, Associate Professor of Global Health & Economics

Michael Barnett, Professor of International Affairs and Political Science

Jeffrey Bingenheimer, Associate Professor in the Department of Prevention and Community Health

Linda Bishai, Professorial Lecturer

Nemata Blyden, Associate Professor of History & International Affairs

Yolande Bouka, Visiting Professor of International Affairs & African Studies

David Braun, Associate Professor of Anthropology

Ambassador Reuben Brigety, Dean of the Elliott School of International Affairs

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

 

C


Naomi Cahn, Harold H. Greene Professor of Law

Yvonne Captain, Associate Professor of Latin American & International Affairs

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

Jennifer Cooke, Professor of Practice in International Affairs; Director, IAfS

 

D


Temegsen Deressa, Adjunct Professor in Economics

 

E


Mark Edberg, Associate Professor in the Department of Prevention and Community Health

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

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

 

F


James Foster, Professor of Economics & International Affairs

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

 

G


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

 

J


Jennifer James, Director of the Africana Studies Program; Associate Professor of English

Remi Jedwab, Assistant Professor of Economics & International Affairs

Fred Joutz, Professor of Economics; Director of Ph.D. Unit I

 

K


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

Eric Kramon, Assistant Professor of Political Science & International Affairs; Faculty Coordinator for Africa Speaker Series, Spring 2018

Jessica Krug, Assistant Professor of History

 

L


William Lawrence, Professorial Lecturer

Samuel Ledermann, Visiting Assistant Professor in Economic Geography

Matthew Levinger, Director of the National Security Studies Program; Program Director, Master of International Policy & Public Practice; Research Professor of International Affairs

Steven Livingston, Professor of Media & Public Affairs & International Affairs

Steve Lubkemann, Associate Professor of Anthropology & International Affairs

 

M


Melani McAlister, Associate Professor of American Studies, International Affairs & Media & Public Affairs

George Moose, Professorial Lecturer

Ambassador Mulamula, Visiting Scholar & Associate Director, IAfS

 

N


Khadidiatou Ndiaye, Assistant Professor in the Department of Global Health

Apollo Nkwake, Associate Research Professor of International Affairs

 

R


David Rain, Associate Professor of Geography & International Affairs

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

Rajiv Rimal, Professor and Chair of Prevention and Community Health and Professor

Amira Roess, Assistant Professor in the Department of Global Health

 

S


Jack Sandberg, Associate Professor in the Department of Global Health

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

Stephen Smith, Director of the Institute for International Economic Policy (IIEP); Professor of Economics and International Affairs

Jennifer Spencer, Professor of International Business and International Affairs

 

T


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

 

W


Abdourahman Waberi, Professor of French Language and Literature

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