Political Science Full-Time Faculty
William Akoto, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of International Politics
Office: 675 Faber Hall
Areas of expertise: political economy dynamics of international trade, coup d’états, cyber conflict
Jose A. Aleman, Ph.D.
Office: 662 Faber Hall
Areas of expertise: comparative political economy, democratic institutions, social science methodology
Idalia Bastiaens, Ph.D.
Office: 666 Faber Hall
Areas of expertise: international political economy, international development, globalization, foreign direct investment, international trade liberalization
William P. Baumgarth, Ph.D.
Office: 673 Faber Hall
Areas of expertise: classical, medieval, modern, and contemporary political philosophy, Aquinas, Machiavell, von Hayek
Bruce F. Berg, Ph.D.
Office: 670 Faber Hall
Areas of expertise: U.S. health and social policy, interest groups, federal-state relations, New York City politics
Susan A. Berger, Ph.D.
Office: Lowenstein 917-E
Areas of expertise: comparative politics, Latin American politics, political economy of development, immigration, Guatemalan politics, gender
Jonathan Crystal, Ph.D.
Associate Vice President and Associate Chief Academic Officer
Office: Cunniffe House 225
Areas of expertise: international political economy, economic globalization, politics of international trade and investment
Ivelisse Cuevas-Molina, Ph.D.
Office: 671 Faber Hall
Areas of expertise: political participation, survey methodology, and racial and ethnic politics in the United States
Anjali K. Dayal, Ph.D.
Office: Lowenstein 403H
Areas of expertise: international organizations, United Nations, peacekeeping, peace processes, post-conflict transitions, human rights
Thomas De Luca, Jr., Ph.D.
Director, International Studies Program
Office: Lowenstein 925-F
Areas of expertise: American politics, democratic theory, constitutional law, comparative democratization, terrorism
John P. Entelis, Ph.D.
Director, Middle East Studies Program
Office: 678 Faber Hall
Areas of expertise: comparative politics of the Middle East and North Africa, cultural politics, political parties, revolutions, Islam and democracy
Nicole Fermon, Ph.D.
Office: Lowenstein 925-D
Areas of expertise: political theory, feminist thought, history of political thought (ancient, modern, and contemporary), democracy, nationalism, women’s studies, film
Christina Greer, Ph.D.
Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies (Lincoln Center)
Advising Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Areas of expertise: American politics, race and ethnic politics, urban politics, quantitative methods, Congress, New York City and New York State politics, public opinion, elections
Boris Heersink, Ph.D.
Office: 667 Faber Hall
Areas of expertise: political institutions, political parties, and measuring effects of campaigns on election results
Annika Hinze, Ph.D.
Office: 676 Faber Hall
Areas of expertise: urban comparative politics, politics of immigration, religious, ethnic, and national identity, urban neighborhood space
Brendan Horan, S.J.
Office: 660 Faber Hall
Areas of expertise: constitutional law, American legal system
Melissa Labonte, Ph.D.
Office: 664 Faber Hall
Areas of expertise: United Nations system, humanitarian politics, peacebuilding, multilateral peace operations, conflict resolution, human rights, and West African politics
Sarah P. Lockhart, Ph.D.
Office: Lowenstein 917-F
Areas of expertise: international relations, comparative politics, civil wars, conflict and political economy, post-conflict economic transitions, international migration policy
Monika L. McDermott, Ph.D.
Director, M.A. in Elections and Campaign Management (ECM)
Office: 672 Faber Hall
Advising Email (ECM Program): email@example.com
Areas of expertise: American politics, public opinion, congressional elections, women and politics, religion and politics, voting behavior, media and politics, survey research
Casey McNeill, Ph.D.
Office: 674 Faber Hall
Areas of expertise: global security, US foreign policy
Zein Murib, Ph.D.
Office: Martino Hall 424
Areas of expertise: Gender and sexuality, interest groups and social movements, marginalized political identities in US politics
Olena Nikolayenko, Ph.D.
Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies (Rose Hill)
Office: 677 Faber Hall
Advising Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Areas of expertise: comparative democratization, social movements, public opinion, youth, Eastern Europe, and the former Soviet Union
Nicholas Tampio, Ph.D.
Office: 665 Faber Hall
Areas of expertise: political theory, Islamic political thought, contemporary political theory, Deleuze, Kant