Affiliated Faculty by Department


ANTHROPOLOGY
Naor Ben-Yehoyada
Assistant Professor
Migration, criminal justice, transnational regions, the Mediterranean

ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING, AND PRESERVATION
Francesco Benelli
Adjunct Associate Professor
History and theory of Renaissance and Late Medieval architecture

Reinhold Martin
Professor
History and theory of modern and contemporary architecture

ART HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
Alexander Alberro
Professor (Barnard)
Modern and contemporary European, U.S., and Latin American art; history of photography

Barry Bergdoll
Professor
Modern architectural history, with emphasis on France and Germany, 1750-1900

Michael Cole
Professor
European art of the fifteenth through eighteenth centuries, with a specialization in early modern Italy

Noam Elcott
Assistant Professor
History of modern art and media in Europe and North America

David Freedberg
Professor
Art and neuroscience; Dutch, Flemish, French and Italian painting of the 16th and 17th centuries

Branden W. Joseph
Professor
Post-war American and European art

Kent Minturn
Lecturer and Director of MA in Modern Art: Critical and Curatorial Studies (MODA)
European and American Modernism; History of Photography and Cinema

Keith Moxey
Professor
Northern Renaissance art; historiography and philosophy of art history

BUSINESS SCHOOL
Bruce Kogut
Professor
Governance and corporate compensation; social capital markets and social metrics

CLASSICS
Stathis Gourgouris
Professor
Literary theory; modernist poetics; Enlightenment thought; pre-Socratic philosophy; contemporary Greek poetry

Karen Van Dyck
Professor
Comparative literature (French, German, Ancient Greek, Modern Greek); literary theory; modernity and modernism; poetics

ECONOMICS
Perry Mehrling
Professor (Barnard)
Monetary economics, history of finance

ENGLISH AND COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
Sarah Cole
Professor
British literature of the 19th and 20th centuries, with an emphasis on the modernist period

Susan Crane
Professor
English and French medieval literature and culture

Nicholas Dames
Professor
19th-century British and European literature; theory of the novel; history of reading

Jenny Davidson
Professor
18th-century British literature and culture; cultural and intellectual history; the contemporary novel

Brent Edwards
Professor
African-American and African diasporic literature; 20th-century poetry; Francophone literature; translation theory; jazz

Eileen Gillooly
Adjunct Associate Professor
19th-century British literature and culture; gender and psychoanalytic studies; 19th-century moral psychology; 19th-century British colonial literature and culture

Michael Golston
Associate Professor
20th-century British and American poetry and poetics; the avant-garde; modernism and postmodernism

Erik Gray
Associate Professor
Romantic and Victorian poetry; poetry and poetics; English literature and the classics

Matthew Hart
Assistant Professor
20th- and 21st-century Anglophone culture; contemporary British fiction; history and literature; political theory; visual arts

Marianne Hirsch
Professor
Comparative literature (20th-century French, German, British, American); feminist theory, narrative; cultural memory; Holocaust studies

Jean E. Howard
Professor
Renaissance literature; history of drama; feminism; new historicism; Marxism

Sharon Marcus
Professor
19th-century British and French literature; feminist theory and LGBT studies; urban and architectural history

Edward Mendelson
Professor
19th-century British literature; 20th-century British and American literature; narrative; poetry

Julie Peters
Professor
Comparative drama and performance, Renaissance through the 20th century; literary and cultural dimensions of the law

Anne Prescott
Professor Emerita (Barnard)
English Renaissance, Anglo-French relations; Renaissance humanism; women in the early modern period

Alan Stewart
Professor
Early modern English literature, history, and culture; manuscript studies; lesbian and gay studies

Gauri Viswanathan
Professor
Intellectual history; education, religion, and culture; 19th-century British and colonial cultural studies; history of disciplines

FRENCH AND ROMANCE PHILOLOGY
Antoine Compagnon
Professor
16th-, 19th- and 20th-century French literature; literary theory; history of criticism

Peter Connor
Associate Professor
20th-century French literature; literary theory; contemporary French philosophy; translation; psychoanalysis

Vincent Debaene
Associate Professor
French anthropology; 20th-century French literature; literary theory; intellectual history

Madeleine Dobie
Associate Professor
18th-century French literature; Francophone literature; colonial history

Pierre Force
Professor
17th- and 18th-century French literature and intellectual history

Elisabeth Ladenson
Professor
19th- and 20th-century French and comparative literature and cultural history

Emmanuelle Saada
Associate Professor
19th- and 20th-century French empire; legal cultures

Joanna Stalnaker
Associate Professor
Enlightenment literature, philosophy, and history of ideas; French Revolution; theater; women writers

Caroline Weber
Associate Professor (Barnard)
18th-century French literature and culture; the Enlightenment; the French Revolution

GERMANIC LANGUAGES
Mark Anderson
Professor
German modernism; contemporary Austrian literature; theory and practice of translation

Stefan Andriopoulos
Professor
German and European media history and interrelations of literature and science from 1750 to the present

Jeremy Dauber
Professor
Yiddish literature of the early modern period; Hebrew and Yiddish literature of the 19th century; Yiddish theatre; American Jewish literature and popular culture

Erk Grimm
Associate Professor (Barnard)
German language and literature; comparative literature; modernity and avant-garde traditions; migration, diaspora, and social justice

Andreas Huyssen
Professor
18th- to 20th-century German literature and culture; international modernism, Frankfurt School critical theory; postmodernism; urban culture and globalization

Dorothea von Mücke
Professor
18th-century literature; semiotics and aesthetics; psychoanalysis

Harro Müller
Professor
History of modern literature and culture from 1750 to the present; theory of literature

Tobias Wilke
Assistant Professor
History of German literature and culture from the mid-19th century onwards, with an emphasis on the broader contexts of European modernism

HISTORY
Tarik Amar
Assistant Professor
Urban history; the history of memory; nationalism; political mass violence and genocide; the Second World War in Europe; authoritarian forms of socialism

Volker Berghahn
Professor Emeritus
Modern German history and European-American relations

Christopher Brown
Professor
18th-century Britain; the early modern British Empire; comparative history of slavery and abolition

Elisheva Carlebach
Professor
Cultural, intellectual, and religious history of Jews in Early Modern Europe

Deborah Coen
Professor (Barnard)
History of the physical and earth sciences; cultural history of central Europe

Charly Coleman
Assistant Professor
History of eighteenth-century France, with emphasis on intersections between religion and Enlightenment thought

Victoria de Grazia
Professor
Contemporary history; Western Europe and Italy from a gendered perspective; global perspective on commercial revolutions

William V. Harris
Professor
History of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds

Martha Howell
Professor
Social, legal, economic, and women’s history in northern Europe during the late medieval and early modern centuries

Matthew Jones
Professor
History of science and technology, focused on early modern Europe and on recent information technologies

Joel Kaye
Professor (Barnard)
Medieval intellectual history; history of economic and political thought; history of science

Adam Kosto
Professor
Institutional history of medieval Europe with a focus on Catalonia and the Mediterranean

Marco Maiuro
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Social and economic history of the ancient world

Mark Mazower
Professor
Modern Greece; 20th-century Europe; international history

Małgorzata Mazurek
Associate Professor
Polish Studies, 19th-20th century East Central Europe, history of social sciences, social history of communism/state socialism

Susan Pedersen
Professor
British history; the British Empire; comparative European history; international history

Neslihan Senocak
Associate Professor
Medieval religious, intellectual and social history

Pamela Smith
Professor
Early modern European history and the history of science

Michael Stanislawski
Professor
Jewish, European intellectual and Russian history

Anders Stephanson
Professor
20th-century American foreign relations; history and theory

Lisa Tiersten
Professor (Barnard)
Modern European cultural history; cultural history of capitalism; modern France; feminist theory; gender history; comparative colonialisms

Adam Tooze
Professor
Modern history, Germany, economic history, social theory, philosophy of history

Deborah Valenze
Professor (Barnard)
Europe since the Renaissance; Britain since 1600; women and revolution; European poverty; food

Carl Wennerlind
Associate Professor (Barnard)
17th- and 18th-century Europe with a focus on intellectual history and political economy

Emma Winter
Assistant Professor
Cultural and intellectual history of Western Europe in the age of Enlightenment and Revolution

INTERNATIONAL AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Irene Finel-Honigman
Adjunct Professor
International finance and economic policy

Seamus O’Cleireacain
Adjunct Professor
International economic policy; European economic integration; US-EU relations; trade policy

Cynthia Roberts
Adjunct Associate Professor
International relations; international security; transatlantic and European security; post-Communist transitions; Russian foreign and military policy

Stephen Sestanovich
Professor
Foreign policy; United States; Russia; security; former USSR

ITALIAN
Teodolinda Barolini
Professor
13th- and 14th- century Italian literary culture

Jo Ann Cavallo
Professor
The Renaissance romance epic

Elizabeth Leake
Professor
Film, women writers, Holocaust and resistance

Nelson Moe
Associate Professor
19th- and 20th-century Italian history and culture

JOURNALISM
Alexander Stille
Professor
International journalism

LATIN AMERICAN AND IBERIAN CULTURES
Patricia Grieve
Professor
Medieval Spanish and comparative literature; Golden Age literature

Seth Kimmel
Assistant Professor
Early modern Iberian literature and culture; theories of religion and secularism; history of cartography

Alberto Medina
Associate Professor
18th-century studies; sexual identities and political transitions in Spain and Latin America; pre-war Spain

Wadda Rios-Font
Professor (Barnard)
Spanish literature and culture from 1800 to the present; cultural systems in modern Spanish society; literary historiography and processes of canonization; transatlantic exchanges

Jesús Rodríguez-Velasco
Professor
Medieval and Early Modern knighthood; history of the book and reading; medieval political theory; law and culture, Occitan poetry

Alessandra Russo
Associate Professor
Early modern art history and history in the context of the Iberian expansion; theory, practice and display of the arts, 1400-1600

LAW
George Bermann
Professor
European Union legal studies; French law

Anu Bradford
Professor
European Union law; international trade law; international political economy

Bernard E. Harcourt
Professor
Contemporary Critical Thought; Political and Social Theory; Penal Law and Procedure; Capital punishment and Sentencing; Surveillance and Security

Katharina Pistor
Professor
Law and development; global governance; globalization and finance; property rights; transnational regulation

Charles Sabel
Professor
Economics and social organization

Georges Ugeux
Lecturer
International finance; cross border transactions; international business development

PHILOSOPHY
Taylor Carman
Professor (Barnard)
19th- and 20th-century European philosophy; phenomenology, existentialism, hermeneutics

Frederick Neuhouser
Professor (Barnard)
18th and 19th century German philosophy; Rousseau; social and political philosophy

POLITICAL SCIENCE
Sheri Berman
Professor (Barnard)
European politics and political history; comparative political development; globalization; history of the left

Richard Betts
Professor
War and strategy; European security; defense policy intelligence; nuclear weapons; history of the Cold War

Jean L. Cohen
Professor
Contemporary political and legal theory; continental political thought; contemporary civilization

Timothy Frye
Professor
Contemporary political and legal theory; continental political thought; contemporary civilization

John Huber
Professor
Comparative study of democratic processes

Turkuler Isiksel
Assistant Professor
Political institutions beyond the nation-state; Enlightenment political philosophy; constitutional theory; Turkey-EU relations

Robert Jervis
Professor
International politics; security policy; decision making; intelligence; theories of conflict and cooperation

David Johnston
Professor
Theories of justice; political theory in the liberal tradition; history of political thought

Isabela Mares
Professor
Comparative social policy; comparative political economy; electoral reforms; electoral corruption

Kimberly Marten
Professor (Barnard)
International relations; international security; politics and security in Eurasia; non-state armed actors and state-building; terrorism and counter-terrorism

Jack Snyder
Professor
Crisis diplomacy; democratization and war; nationalism; international relations theory after September 11; anarchy and culture

Nadia Urbinati
Professor
Modern and contemporary political thought; democratic and anti-democratic traditions

RELIGION
Euan Cameron
Professor (UTS)
Role and transformations of religion in European society in the later Middle Ages and Reformation periods

Wayne Proudfoot
Professor
Contemporary philosophy of religion; religious experience and mysticism; classical and contemporary pragmatism; modern Protestant thought

Robert Somerville
Professor
History of Christianity through the Reformation; the medieval Latin Church, the papacy in the High Middle Ages; medieval Latin manuscripts

SLAVIC LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
Frank Miller
Professor
Russian language pedagogy; Russian folklore

Cathy Popkin
Professor
Chekhov; 19th- and 20th-century Russian prose; literary theory; late 19th-century scientific discourses

Irina Reyfman
Professor
18th- and 19th-century Russian literature; cultural history; semiotics of culture; censorship; state service, system of ranks and the status of the writer in Russia

Ivan Sanders
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Central European cultural history; literary translation; postwar East European cinema; Hungarian literature

Tatiana Smoliarova
Associate Professor
18th- and 19th-century Russian and French poetry, literature, theater and visual arts

Alan Timberlake
Professor
Linguistics; medieval Slavic literature; Czech literature

SOCIOLOGY

Peter Bearman
Professor
Network analysis, public health, historical sociology

Gil Eyal
Professor
Sociology of expertise, intellectuals and knowledge

Priscilla Ferguson
Professor
Cultural sociology; France; dynamics of material culture

Christel Kesler
Assistant Professor (Barnard)
Social stratification, contemporary international migration, European welfare states

Saskia Sassen
Professor
Globalization; urban sociology; sociology of transnational processes

David Stark
Professor
Economic sociology; sociology of innovation; democratization and organizational change in post-socialist Eastern Europe

Joshua Whitford
Associate Professor
Economic sociology; organizations; theory; political economy; comparative capitalisms; economic geography

ANTHROPOLOGY
Naor Ben-Yehoyada
Assistant Professor
Migration, criminal justice, transnational regions, the Mediterranean

ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING, AND PRESERVATION
Francesco Benelli
Adjunct Associate Professor
History and theory of Renaissance and Late Medieval architecture

Reinhold Martin
Professor
History and theory of modern and contemporary architecture

ART HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY
Alexander Alberro
Professor (Barnard)
Modern and contemporary European, U.S., and Latin American art; history of photography

Barry Bergdoll
Professor
Modern architectural history, with emphasis on France and Germany, 1750-1900

Michael Cole
Professor
European art of the fifteenth through eighteenth centuries, with a specialization in early modern Italy

Noam Elcott
Assistant Professor
History of modern art and media in Europe and North America

David Freedberg
Professor
Art and neuroscience; Dutch, Flemish, French and Italian painting of the 16th and 17th centuries

Branden W. Joseph
Professor
Post-war American and European art

Kent Minturn
Lecturer and Director of MA in Modern Art: Critical and Curatorial Studies (MODA)
European and American Modernism; History of Photography and Cinema

Keith Moxey
Professor
Northern Renaissance art; historiography and philosophy of art history

BUSINESS SCHOOL
Bruce Kogut
Professor
Governance and corporate compensation; social capital markets and social metrics

CLASSICS
Stathis Gourgouris
Professor
Literary theory; modernist poetics; Enlightenment thought; pre-Socratic philosophy; contemporary Greek poetry

Karen Van Dyck
Professor
Comparative literature (French, German, Ancient Greek, Modern Greek); literary theory; modernity and modernism; poetics

ECONOMICS
Perry Mehrling
Professor (Barnard)
Monetary economics, history of finance

ENGLISH AND COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
Sarah Cole
Professor
British literature of the 19th and 20th centuries, with an emphasis on the modernist period

Susan Crane
Professor
English and French medieval literature and culture

Nicholas Dames
Professor
19th-century British and European literature; theory of the novel; history of reading

Jenny Davidson
Professor
18th-century British literature and culture; cultural and intellectual history; the contemporary novel

Brent Edwards
Professor
African-American and African diasporic literature; 20th-century poetry; Francophone literature; translation theory; jazz

Eileen Gillooly
Adjunct Associate Professor
19th-century British literature and culture; gender and psychoanalytic studies; 19th-century moral psychology; 19th-century British colonial literature and culture

Michael Golston
Associate Professor
20th-century British and American poetry and poetics; the avant-garde; modernism and postmodernism

Erik Gray
Associate Professor
Romantic and Victorian poetry; poetry and poetics; English literature and the classics

Matthew Hart
Assistant Professor
20th- and 21st-century Anglophone culture; contemporary British fiction; history and literature; political theory; visual arts

Marianne Hirsch
Professor
Comparative literature (20th-century French, German, British, American); feminist theory, narrative; cultural memory; Holocaust studies

Jean E. Howard
Professor
Renaissance literature; history of drama; feminism; new historicism; Marxism

Sharon Marcus
Professor
19th-century British and French literature; feminist theory and LGBT studies; urban and architectural history

Edward Mendelson
Professor
19th-century British literature; 20th-century British and American literature; narrative; poetry

Julie Peters
Professor
Comparative drama and performance, Renaissance through the 20th century; literary and cultural dimensions of the law

Anne Prescott
Professor Emerita (Barnard)
English Renaissance, Anglo-French relations; Renaissance humanism; women in the early modern period

Alan Stewart
Professor
Early modern English literature, history, and culture; manuscript studies; lesbian and gay studies

Gauri Viswanathan
Professor
Intellectual history; education, religion, and culture; 19th-century British and colonial cultural studies; history of disciplines

FRENCH AND ROMANCE PHILOLOGY
Antoine Compagnon
Professor
16th-, 19th- and 20th-century French literature; literary theory; history of criticism

Peter Connor
Associate Professor
20th-century French literature; literary theory; contemporary French philosophy; translation; psychoanalysis

Vincent Debaene
Associate Professor
French anthropology; 20th-century French literature; literary theory; intellectual history

Madeleine Dobie
Associate Professor
18th-century French literature; Francophone literature; colonial history

Pierre Force
Professor
17th- and 18th-century French literature and intellectual history

Elisabeth Ladenson
Professor
19th- and 20th-century French and comparative literature and cultural history

Emmanuelle Saada
Associate Professor
19th- and 20th-century French empire; legal cultures

Joanna Stalnaker
Associate Professor
Enlightenment literature, philosophy, and history of ideas; French Revolution; theater; women writers

Caroline Weber
Associate Professor (Barnard)
18th-century French literature and culture; the Enlightenment; the French Revolution

GERMANIC LANGUAGES
Mark Anderson
Professor
German modernism; contemporary Austrian literature; theory and practice of translation

Stefan Andriopoulos
Professor
German and European media history and interrelations of literature and science from 1750 to the present

Jeremy Dauber
Professor
Yiddish literature of the early modern period; Hebrew and Yiddish literature of the 19th century; Yiddish theatre; American Jewish literature and popular culture

Erk Grimm
Associate Professor (Barnard)
German language and literature; comparative literature; modernity and avant-garde traditions; migration, diaspora, and social justice

Andreas Huyssen
Professor
18th- to 20th-century German literature and culture; international modernism, Frankfurt School critical theory; postmodernism; urban culture and globalization

Dorothea von Mücke
Professor
18th-century literature; semiotics and aesthetics; psychoanalysis

Harro Müller
Professor
History of modern literature and culture from 1750 to the present; theory of literature

Tobias Wilke
Assistant Professor
History of German literature and culture from the mid-19th century onwards, with an emphasis on the broader contexts of European modernism

HISTORY
Tarik Amar
Assistant Professor
Urban history; the history of memory; nationalism; political mass violence and genocide; the Second World War in Europe; authoritarian forms of socialism

Volker Berghahn
Professor Emeritus
Modern German history and European-American relations

Christopher Brown
Professor
18th-century Britain; the early modern British Empire; comparative history of slavery and abolition

Elisheva Carlebach
Professor
Cultural, intellectual, and religious history of Jews in Early Modern Europe

Deborah Coen
Professor (Barnard)
History of the physical and earth sciences; cultural history of central Europe

Charly Coleman
Assistant Professor
History of eighteenth-century France, with emphasis on intersections between religion and Enlightenment thought

Victoria de Grazia
Professor
Contemporary history; Western Europe and Italy from a gendered perspective; global perspective on commercial revolutions

William V. Harris
Professor
History of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds

Martha Howell
Professor
Social, legal, economic, and women’s history in northern Europe during the late medieval and early modern centuries

Matthew Jones
Professor
History of science and technology, focused on early modern Europe and on recent information technologies

Joel Kaye
Professor (Barnard)
Medieval intellectual history; history of economic and political thought; history of science

Adam Kosto
Professor
Institutional history of medieval Europe with a focus on Catalonia and the Mediterranean

Marco Maiuro
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Social and economic history of the ancient world

Mark Mazower
Professor
Modern Greece; 20th-century Europe; international history

Małgorzata Mazurek
Associate Professor
Polish Studies, 19th-20th century East Central Europe, history of social sciences, social history of communism/state socialism

Susan Pedersen
Professor
British history; the British Empire; comparative European history; international history

Neslihan Senocak
Associate Professor
Medieval religious, intellectual and social history

Pamela Smith
Professor
Early modern European history and the history of science

Michael Stanislawski
Professor
Jewish, European intellectual and Russian history

Anders Stephanson
Professor
20th-century American foreign relations; history and theory

Lisa Tiersten
Professor (Barnard)
Modern European cultural history; cultural history of capitalism; modern France; feminist theory; gender history; comparative colonialisms

Adam Tooze
Professor
Modern history, Germany, economic history, social theory, philosophy of history

Deborah Valenze
Professor (Barnard)
Europe since the Renaissance; Britain since 1600; women and revolution; European poverty; food

Carl Wennerlind
Associate Professor (Barnard)
17th- and 18th-century Europe with a focus on intellectual history and political economy

Emma Winter
Assistant Professor
Cultural and intellectual history of Western Europe in the age of Enlightenment and Revolution

INTERNATIONAL AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Irene Finel-Honigman
Adjunct Professor
International finance and economic policy

Seamus O’Cleireacain
Adjunct Professor
International economic policy; European economic integration; US-EU relations; trade policy

Cynthia Roberts
Adjunct Associate Professor
International relations; international security; transatlantic and European security; post-Communist transitions; Russian foreign and military policy

Stephen Sestanovich
Professor
Foreign policy; United States; Russia; security; former USSR

ITALIAN
Teodolinda Barolini
Professor
13th- and 14th- century Italian literary culture

Jo Ann Cavallo
Professor
The Renaissance romance epic

Elizabeth Leake
Professor
Film, women writers, Holocaust and resistance

Nelson Moe
Associate Professor
19th- and 20th-century Italian history and culture

JOURNALISM
Alexander Stille
Professor
International journalism

LATIN AMERICAN AND IBERIAN CULTURES
Patricia Grieve
Professor
Medieval Spanish and comparative literature; Golden Age literature

Seth Kimmel
Assistant Professor
Early modern Iberian literature and culture; theories of religion and secularism; history of cartography

Alberto Medina
Associate Professor
18th-century studies; sexual identities and political transitions in Spain and Latin America; pre-war Spain

Wadda Rios-Font
Professor (Barnard)
Spanish literature and culture from 1800 to the present; cultural systems in modern Spanish society; literary historiography and processes of canonization; transatlantic exchanges

Jesús Rodríguez-Velasco
Professor
Medieval and Early Modern knighthood; history of the book and reading; medieval political theory; law and culture, Occitan poetry

Alessandra Russo
Associate Professor
Early modern art history and history in the context of the Iberian expansion; theory, practice and display of the arts, 1400-1600

LAW
George Bermann
Professor
European Union legal studies; French law

Anu Bradford
Professor
European Union law; international trade law; international political economy

Bernard E. Harcourt
Professor
Contemporary Critical Thought; Political and Social Theory; Penal Law and Procedure; Capital punishment and Sentencing; Surveillance and Security

Katharina Pistor
Professor
Law and development; global governance; globalization and finance; property rights; transnational regulation

Charles Sabel
Professor
Economics and social organization

Georges Ugeux
Lecturer
International finance; cross border transactions; international business development

PHILOSOPHY
Taylor Carman
Professor (Barnard)
19th- and 20th-century European philosophy; phenomenology, existentialism, hermeneutics

Frederick Neuhouser
Professor (Barnard)
18th and 19th century German philosophy; Rousseau; social and political philosophy

POLITICAL SCIENCE
Sheri Berman
Professor (Barnard)
European politics and political history; comparative political development; globalization; history of the left

Richard Betts
Professor
War and strategy; European security; defense policy intelligence; nuclear weapons; history of the Cold War

Jean L. Cohen
Professor
Contemporary political and legal theory; continental political thought; contemporary civilization

Timothy Frye
Professor
Contemporary political and legal theory; continental political thought; contemporary civilization

John Huber
Professor
Comparative study of democratic processes

Turkuler Isiksel
Assistant Professor
Political institutions beyond the nation-state; Enlightenment political philosophy; constitutional theory; Turkey-EU relations

Robert Jervis
Professor
International politics; security policy; decision making; intelligence; theories of conflict and cooperation

David Johnston
Professor
Theories of justice; political theory in the liberal tradition; history of political thought

Isabela Mares
Professor
Comparative social policy; comparative political economy; electoral reforms; electoral corruption

Kimberly Marten
Professor (Barnard)
International relations; international security; politics and security in Eurasia; non-state armed actors and state-building; terrorism and counter-terrorism

Jack Snyder
Professor
Crisis diplomacy; democratization and war; nationalism; international relations theory after September 11; anarchy and culture

Nadia Urbinati
Professor
Modern and contemporary political thought; democratic and anti-democratic traditions

RELIGION
Euan Cameron
Professor (UTS)
Role and transformations of religion in European society in the later Middle Ages and Reformation periods

Wayne Proudfoot
Professor
Contemporary philosophy of religion; religious experience and mysticism; classical and contemporary pragmatism; modern Protestant thought

Robert Somerville
Professor
History of Christianity through the Reformation; the medieval Latin Church, the papacy in the High Middle Ages; medieval Latin manuscripts

SLAVIC LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
Frank Miller
Professor
Russian language pedagogy; Russian folklore

Cathy Popkin
Professor
Chekhov; 19th- and 20th-century Russian prose; literary theory; late 19th-century scientific discourses

Irina Reyfman
Professor
18th- and 19th-century Russian literature; cultural history; semiotics of culture; censorship; state service, system of ranks and the status of the writer in Russia

Ivan Sanders
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Central European cultural history; literary translation; postwar East European cinema; Hungarian literature

Tatiana Smoliarova
Associate Professor
18th- and 19th-century Russian and French poetry, literature, theater and visual arts

Alan Timberlake
Professor
Linguistics; medieval Slavic literature; Czech literature

SOCIOLOGY

Peter Bearman
Professor
Network analysis, public health, historical sociology

Gil Eyal
Professor
Sociology of expertise, intellectuals and knowledge

Priscilla Ferguson
Professor
Cultural sociology; France; dynamics of material culture

Christel Kesler
Assistant Professor (Barnard)
Social stratification, contemporary international migration, European welfare states

Saskia Sassen
Professor
Globalization; urban sociology; sociology of transnational processes

David Stark
Professor
Economic sociology; sociology of innovation; democratization and organizational change in post-socialist Eastern Europe

Joshua Whitford
Associate Professor
Economic sociology; organizations; theory; political economy; comparative capitalisms; economic geography

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