Faculty

  • Three Peace faculty members smile for the camera

    From L-R: Peter Gould, Gordie Fellman and John Ungerleider

  • Gordon Fellman
    Gordie Fellman
    Program Chair
    Professor of Sociology
    781-736-2642 Pearlman Hall 110

    Expertise: Marx and Freud, social class and social change, deconstructing war, building peace, Israeli-Palestinian confrontation, sociology of empowerment, masculinities, psychoanalytic sociology, public sociology

    Cynthia Cohen
    Cynthia Cohen
    Director of the Program in Peacebuilding and the Arts
    781-736-2133 Abraham Shapiro Academic Complex 321
    Peter Gould
    Peter Gould
    Lecturer in Peace, Conflict, and Coexistence Studies
    Alain Lempereur
    Alain Lempereur
    Alan B. Slifka Professor of Coexistence and Conflict; Program Director, MA in Conflict Resolution and Coexistence
    781-736-3959 Irving Schneider and Family Building (Heller School), 106

    Expertise: Responsible leadership, responsible negotiation, humanitarian negotiation, humanitarian diplomacy, mediation, history of negotiations, questioning, conflict resolution, facilitation, philosophy of law, legal rhetoric

    Rajesh Sampath
    Rajesh Sampath
    Associate Professor of the Philosophy of Justice, Rights, and Social Change
    Associate Director of the Master's Program in Sustainable International Development
    781-736-5338 Heller-Brown Building, 157
    Expertise: General topics in applied moral and political philosophy; philosophy of development; comparative religions; theories of justice; development ethics; philosophy of law, comparative constitutional law, critical race theory, gender and sexuality studies, theories of human rights and theories of democracy.
    Andreas Teuber
    Andreas Teuber
    Associate Professor of Philosophy
    781-736-2787 Rabb Graduate Center, 330

    Expertise: Political philosophy, philosophy of law, democratic theory, philosophy of art, liberty and equality, natural kinds and human kinds, the internationalization of human rights, duty to rescue law, R2P, criminal attempt law, felony murder, international rules of war and micro-legal systems, civil engagement and resistance, the philosophy of John Stuart Mill, the case against the secret ballot, representation in painting, photography and film

    John Ungerleider
    John Ungerleider
    Lecturer in Peace, Conflict, and Coexistence Studies
    Expertise:  Peacebuilding and conflict transformation, youth empowerment, dialogue facilitation, experiential education, youth program leadership and design, trust building activities, intercultural communication, domestic violence accountability, mediation, organizational behavior, climate change action, music for social change.