CGS Affiliate Faculty A–G

CGS has over 100 affiliated faculty members who span the full range of academic disciplines at Mason.

For a full listing of global activities and expertise, please see the GMU Global Register.

A-G | H-P | R-Z

  • Zoltan Acs, Professor, School of Public Policy; Director, Center for Entrepreneurship and Public Policy [bio]
  • Paul Aligica, Senior Research Fellow and Senior Fellow, F.A. Hayek Program at the Mercatus Center [bio]
  • Amal Amireh, Associate Professor, Department of English [bio]
  • Philip Auerswald, Associate Professor, School of Public Policy [bio]
  • Kevin Avruch, Henry Hart Rice Professor of Conflict Resolution and Professor of Anthropology, School for Conflict Analysis & Resolution [bio]
  • Shaul Bakhash, Robinson Professor, Department of History and Art History [bio]
  • Peter Balint, Associate Professor, Department of Public & International Affairs and Department Environmental Science & Policy [bio]
  • Sheryl Luzzadder Beach, Professor, Acting Chair/Director of Academic Program, Department of Geography and GeoInformation Science [bio]
  • Fred Bemak, Professor and Director of the Diversity Research & Action Center [bio]
  • Sonia Ben Ouagrham-Gormley, Assistant Professor, Department of Public and International Affairs [bio]
  • Lehn Benjamin, Associate Professor, Department of Public and International Affairs [bio]
  • Andrew Bickford, Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Program, Department of Sociology and Anthropology [bio]
  • Johanna Bockman, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Global Affairs [bio]
  • Peter Boettke, Professor of Economics and Director of the F.A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at the Mercatus Center [bio]
  • Joan Bristol, Associate Professor, Department of History [bio]
  • Lisa Breglia, Director, Global Affairs [bio]
  • Jo-Marie Burt, Director of Latin American Studies and Co-Director of the Center for Global Studies [bio]
  • James Byrne, Associate Professor, School of Law [bio]
  • Benedict Carton, Associate Professor, Department of History and Art History [bio]
  • Michael Chang, Associate Professor, Department of History and Art History [bio]
  • Cher Weixia Chen, Assistant Professor, New Century College [bio]
  • Julie Christensen, Chair, Department of Modern and Classical Languages [bio]
  • Stephen Christophe, Professor, School of Management [bio]
  • Claudio Cioffi-Revilla, Professor, Department of Computational Social Science; Director of the Center for Social Complexity [bio]
  • Sara Cobb, Professor, School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution [bio]
  • Dina M. Copelman, Associate Professor, Department of History & Art History and Cultural Studies [bio]
  • Ben Cowan, Assistant Professor, Department of History and Art History [bio]
  • Tyler Cowen, Professor, Department of Economics [bio]
  • Catherine Cramton, Associate Professor, School of Management [bio]
  • Kevin Curtin, Associate Professor, Department of Geography and GeoInformation Sciences [bio]
  • John Dale, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Programs, Department of Sociology and Anthropology [bio]
  • Paul D’Andrea, Robinson Professor, Department of Theatre & English [bio]
  • David Davis, Director, Peace Operations Policy Program [bio]
  • Desmond Dinan, Professor, School of Public Policy and Co-Director of the Center for Global Studies [bio]
  • Thomas Flores, Assistant Professor, School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution [bio]
  • Allison Frendak-Blume, Assistant Professor in the School of Public Policy. Co-Director, Peace Operations Policy Program [bio]
  • Cynthia Fuchs, Associate Professor, Department of English, Director of Film and Media Studies [bio]
  • Jack Goldstone, Virginia E & John T. Hazel Jr. Professor, School of Public Policy. Director, Center for Global Policy [bio]
  • Mark Goodale, Associate Professor, School for Conflict Analysis & Resolution [bio]
  • Marc Gopin, James H. Laue Professor and Director of the Center on Religion, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution and the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution [bio]