Adjunct Professor of International and Public Affairs
Areas of Interest: Iran's internal politics and foreign policy, US-Iranian security relations, conflict resolution, negotiation, and threat reduction, Middle East political change, social context of technology, teaching and learning political literacy.
Watson Family Associate Professor of International Security and Anthropology
Areas of Interest: Materiality of violence; law and criminalized livelihoods; discourses and infrastructures of security; technologies of injury; politics and ethics of representation; ethnography as method and storytelling.
David and Marianna Fisher University Professor of International Relations
Areas of Interest: International relations, American Foreign and Defense Policy, psychological aspects of decision-making, especially risk taking and emotion, gender, biological and genetic aspects of political attitudes and preferences, social identity, experiments, intelligence, cyber