Ofir Abu, Ph.D. student
Comparative Politics, Political Theory; ethnicity and ethnic conflict, democracy and democratization, intersections of religion and nationalism, democratic theory, social movements, and research methods.
Leanna Barlow, Ph.D. student
International Relations, Comparative Politics; conflict prevention, peacebuilding, ethnic conflict, and international security.
Joanna Do Ph.D. student
International Relations, Comparative Politics; migration, security studies, East and Southeast Asian politics.
Karim Elkady, Ph.D. student
International Relations; U.S. foreign policy, U.S. national security, the effect of lobbies and interest groups on U.S. foreign policy, U.S. policy towards the Middle East.
Sarah J. Feuer, Ph.D. student
Comparative Politics, Political Theory; history of ideas, Arab politics and Islamic political thought.
Paul Emerson Herron, Ph.D. student
American political development, American constitutional development, southern political history, public law, and history of ideas.
Matthew Iannucci, Ph.D. student
Comparative Politics, Political Theory; religion and politics, nationalism, and Israeli politics.
Jeffrey G. Karam, Ph.D. student
International Relations, Comparative Politics; security studies, U.S. foreign policy, and Middle East politics.
Eugene B. Kogan, Ph.D. student
U.S. foreign policy, U.S. national security policy, international security, use of force, Congress and the presidency, role of Congress in foreign policy making, and separation of powers.
Yasser Kureshi, Ph.D. student
Comparative Politics, American Politics; judicial politics, democratization, comparative constitutionalism, South Asian politics, and Middle East politics.
Jinmin Lee, Ph.D. student
Political Theory; history of political thought, fear and liberty, modernity, nationalism, the power of images, and gender studies.
Sean Mullan, Ph.D. student
Comparative Politics, International Relations; European politics, institutions, direct democracy, and social policy.
Melissa Prosky, Ph.D. student
American Politics; education policy, and political representation.
Catherine Z. Worsnop, Ph.D. student
International Relations; Comparative Politics; international organizations, global health, security studies.