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Global & Area Studies|Colleg of Arts and Sciences

Advisory Committee

Stephanie Anderson

Stephanie Anderson, political science - European Union as an international actor, international relations and security issues

Nevin Aiken

Nevin Aiken, political science - transitional justice, human rights, human security, and post-conflict peacebuilding

Yarong Ashley

Yarong Ashley, global & area studies - Asian studies with a focus on social and economic changes in China, collective memory, sociology of education.

Ruth Bjorkenwall Ruth Bjorkenwall, global and area studies, sociologt with a focus on techniques of influence, social deviance, and social memory
Ed Bradley

Edward Bradley, agricultural and applied economics - international trade, marketing, agricultural and food policy, natural resource management

Yi-Ling Chen

Yi-Ling Chen, global & area studies - neoliberalism, housing policies, and gender

Lydia Dambekalns

Lydia Dambekalns, secondary education - international issues in education

Adam Henne

Adam Henne, anthropology - cultural anthropology specializing in environmental issues with a focus on Latin America.

Dave Messenger

David Messenger, history - 19th and 20th Century Europe with a particular focus on World War II and the Holocaust.

Lin Poyer

Linette Poyer, anthropology - ethnohistory, ethnography of Pacific Islands, symbolic anthropology, ethnicity

Jeanette Reisenburg

Manuela Hofer-McIntyre, global & area studies, academic advising coordinator

Terri Rittenburg

Terri Rittenburg, management and marketing - international business ethics, marketing ethics, consumer ethnocentrism

Tom Seitz

Thomas Seitz, global & area studies - comparative political cultures

Marcus Watson

Marcus Watson, global & area studies/African American diaspora studies - globalization and development, colonial encounters and postcolonial subjectivities, kinship and friendship, subjectivity and personhood

Ali Raddaoui

Ali Raddaoui, linguist, arabic program director

Susan Dewey Susan Dewey, feminist anthropologist with a focus on intersections between feminized labor and public policy; research projects with sex workers, social service providers, law enforcement officials, and currently with women market traders

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