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International Public Policy

How should international public policy institutions be organized? Who should be included and how should actors be represented?  What are the best techniques for addressing global issues? This thematic area seeks to improve knowledge about and best practices of international public policy.


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Jonathan Benda- Associate Teaching Professor, English

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Silvia Dominguez- Associate Professor, Sociology

Natasha Frost- Professor, Criminology and Criminal Justice

Robert Hall- Professor Emiritus

Alan Klein- Professor, Anthropology

Thomas Koenig- Professor, Sociology

Ioannis Livanis: Associate Professor, International Affairs and Political Science

William Miles: Professor, Political Science

Valentine Moghadam: Professor, Sociology and International Affairs

Kwamina Panford: Associate Professor, Africana Studies and Cultures, Societies, and Global Studies

Serena Parekh- Associate Professor, Philosophy & Director of Politics, Philosophy, and Economics Program

Nikos Passas- Professor, Criminology and Criminal Justice

Kirsten Rodine-Hardy: Associate Professor, Political Science

Heather Streets-Salter- Professor, History

Denis Sullivan- Professor, Political Science and International Affairs; Co-Director of Middle East Center

Thomas Vicino: Professor, Political Science, Public Policy and Urban Affairs, Associate Dean of Graduate Studies CSSH

Richard Wamai- Associate Professor, Cultures, Societies and Global Studies

Kathrin Zippel- Professor, Sociology