CGS Affiliate Faculty H–P

CGS has over 100 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

  • Barry Haack, Professor, Department of Geography & Geoinformation Science [bio]
  • Helon Habila Ngalabak, Associate Professor, Department of English [bio]
  • Bassam Haddad, Assistant Professor, Department of Public and International Affairs and Director of the Middle East Studies Program [bio]
  • David Haines, Professor, Department of Sociology & Anthropology [bio]
  • Andrew Hughes Hallett, Professor, School of Public Policy and Co-Director of the Center for Emerging Market Policy [bio]
  • Sumaiya Hamdani, Associate Professor, Department of History and Art History [bio]
  • Fran Harbour, Associate Professor, Department of Public and International Affairs [bio]
  • David Hart, Professor, School of Public Policy and Director of the Center for Science and Technology Policy [bio]
  • Susan Hirsch, Professor, School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution [bio]
  • Ho-Won Jeong, Professor, School for Conflict Analysis & Resolution [bio]
  • R. Christian Jones, Professor, Department of Environmental Science & Policy [bio]
  • Mahesh Joshi, Associate Professor, School of Management and Director of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program [bio]
  • Matt Karush, Associate Professor, Department of History and Art History [bio]
  • Don Kash, Professor Emeritus, School of Public Policy [bio]
  • Mark Katz, Professor, Department of Public and International Affairs [bio]
  • T. Mills Kelly, Professor, History [bio]
  • Gregory Koblentz, Associate Professor, Department of Public and International Affairs [bio]
  • Lester Kurtz, Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology [bio]
  • Roger Lancaster, Professor and Director of Cultural Studies [bio]
  • Hun Lee, Associate Professor, School of Management and Associate Director of the Center for Global Business [bio]
  • Peter Leeson, BB&T Professor for the Study of Capitalism, Mercatus Center [bio]
  • Mariely Lopez-Santana, Assistant Professor, Department of Public and International Affairs [bio]
  • Yehuda Lukacs, Associate Provost for International Programs and Director of the Center for Global Education [bio]
  • Terrence Lyons, Associate Professor of Conflict Resolution [bio]
  • Allison Macfarlane, Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Science and Policy [bio]
  • Stuart Malawer, Distinguished Professor of Law and International Trade, School of Public Policy [bio]
  • Peter Mandaville, Associate Professor, Department of Public and International Affairs and Founder and Co-Director of the Center for Global Studies (2004-2010), Director of the Ali Vural Ak Center for Global Islamic Studies [bio]
  • Jeffrey Mantz, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology [bio]
  • Wendi Manuel-Scott, Associate Professor, Department of History and Art History and Director of African and African American Studies [bio]
  • Hazel McFerson, Professor, Department of Public and International Affairs [bio]
  • Eric McGlinchey, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Public and International Affairs [bio]
  • Connie McNeely, Professor, School of Public Policy and Co-Director of the Center for Science and Technology Policy [bio]
  • Carrie Meyer, Associate Professor, Department of Economics [bio]
  • Chris Mitchell, Professor Emeritus, School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution [bio]
  • Susan Allen Nan, Associate Professor, School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution [bio]
  • Hung Nguyen, Associate Professor, Department of Public and International Affairs [bio]
  • Eileen Norcross, Senior Research Fellow, Mercatus Center [bio]
  • Agnieszka Paczynska, Associate Professor, School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution [bio]
  • John Paden, Clarence Robinson Professor of International Studies, School of Public Policy [bio]
  • Lisa Pawloski, Professor, Chair, Department of Nutrition and Food Studies [bio]
  • Brian Platt, Associate Professor, Chair, Department of History & Art History [bio]