Dr. Michelle Egan
Michelle Egan is Professor and Jean Monnet Chair in the School of International Service, American University where she focuses on comparative politics and political economy in relation to Europe, US and Canada. Her current work focuses on European trade, governance, transatlantic relations, Brexit, subnational politics, and rule of law issues. She has published two single authored monographs with Oxford University Press as well as three edited volumes. She is currently working on two books about federalism and trade and the European response to the changing global order. Michelle has been the recipient of a number of fellowships including: Council of Foreign Relations, Woodrow Wilson, Bosch, Jean Monnet, and German Marshall Fund for her research. She is also a Global Fellow at the Wilson Center. She has been on various media including BBC, CNN International, NPR Marketplace, NPR The World, as well as Canadian Public television among others.
Dr. Garret Martin
Dr. Garret J. Martin is a Senior Professorial Lecturer in the School of International Service. He has written widely on transatlantic relations and Europe, both in the field of history and contemporary affairs, and focuses in particular on security, US foreign policy, NATO, European politics, European foreign policy and defense, Europe, the European Union, France and the UK. He is a frequent media commentator, providing analysis and interviews, among others, to NPR, the BBC, CNN, Voice of America, USA Today, WUSA, ABC News Australia and France 24.
Ernesto Castaneda-Tinoco Assoc Professor CAS - Sociology
Ernesto Castañeda conducts research on migration, urban issues, health disparities, vulnerable populations, and social movements. He compares immigrant integration and ethnic political mobilization in…
Bill Davies Associate Professor and Department Chair, Justice Law & Criminology SPA - Justice, Law and Criminology
Dr. Davies is approaching the study of the European Union legal system from a fresh perspective by critically examining the development of the constitutional practice of law in the EU from a historica…
Lia Epperson Senior Associate Dean for Faculty & Academic Affairs WCL - Academic Affairs
Lia Epperson, Professor of Law at American University Washington College of Law, is a nationally recognized expert in the areas of civil rights, constitutional law, and education policy, her scholarsh…
Doga Eralp Sr Professorial Lecturer SIS - School of International Service
Dr Eralp is a scholar-practitioner of international conflict resolution with more than a decade of experience in international dialogue facilitation. His work focuses on social media and peace process…
Carolyn Gallaher Senior Associate Dean SIS - School of International Service
I do research in two distinct areas—organized violence by non-state actors and urban politicsIn the first area, on which I have spent more time, I examine the politics, internal dynamics, and patterns…
Karin Johnston Adjunct Professorial Lect
Dr. Karin L. Johnston is an Adjunct Professor at the School of International Service specializing in international politics, US-European relations, and German foreign and security policy. She has work…
David Lublin Professor and Department Chair, Government SPA - Government
David Lublin is Professor and Chair of the Department of Government in the School of Public Affairs at American University. He serves as Treasurer of the American Political Science Association and Co-…
Saul Newman Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education SPA - Government
Saul Newman is the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education in the School of Public Affairs at American University in Washington, DC. He received his PhD in 1989 from the Department of Politics, Pri…
Fernanda Nicola Professor WCL - Washington College of Law
Tazreena Sajjad Sr Professorial Lecturer SIS - School of International Service
Tazreena Sajjad currently serves as Senior Professorial Lecturer in the Global Governance, Politics and Security (GGPS) Program in the School of International Service (SIS) at American University in W…
Cathy Lisa Schneider Professor SIS - School of International Service
Professor Schneider teaches and writes on democracy, dictatorship and resistance; comparative social movements; collective violence; racial profiling, police violence and racial and ethnic discriminat…
Jerome Sheridan Adjunct Professor AU Abroad
Dr. Jerome (Jerry ) Sheridan is the Director of American University’s Brussels Center and a Professor of International Relations. Since coming to Brussels in 1991, he has developed, directed, and taug…
Stephen Silvia Professor SIS - School of International Service
Dr. Stephen Silvia teaches international economics, international relations and comparative politics. He researches comparative labor employment relations, and comparative economic policy, with a focu…
Matthew Timmerman Adjunct Instructor
Earl Anthony Wayne Hurst Senior Professorial Lecturer and Distinguished Diplomat in Residence SIS - School of International Service
In addition to his role at AU, Wayne is a Public Policy Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and Co-Chair of its Mexico Institute Advisory Board. He is a Senior Non-Resident …
Elizabeth A. Worden Assoc Professor SOE - School of Education
Dr. Elizabeth Anderson Worden is a comparative and international education scholar who examines how governments foster identities and belonging through education during social and political transition…
Dr. Federiga Bindi
Prof. Federiga Bindi holds the Jean Monnet Chair at the University of Rome Tor Vergata, where she also was the founding director of the European Center of Excellence, and is the Director of the Foreign Policy Initiative at the Institute for Women Policy Research (IWPR) in Washington, DC. At IWPR, she leads an EU-funded research network on Women Leadership and one on Internationalization of Higher Education.
Prof. Bindi holds a Ph.D. for the European University Institute and has published eight books including Europe and America: The End of Transatlantic Relations? (2019) The Foreign Policy of the European Union: Assessing Europe’s Role in the World (2010 & 2012); The Frontiers of Europe: A Transatlantic Problem? (2011); Italy and the EU (2011), Analyzing European Union Politics (2012).
Dr. Kolja Raube
Dr. Kolja Raube is Assistant Professor for European Studies at the Faculty of Social Sciences at KU Leuven and Senior Researcher at the Leuven Centre for Global Governance Studies at KU Leuven. He is programme coordinator at KU Leuven’s “Master of European Studies: Transnational and Global Perspectives”. He is adjunct professor at American University.
Kolja Raube has published widely on European Union external policies, the European Parliament, interparliamentary cooperation in the European Union and global governance, as well as European Union security policies, legitimacy and coherence. His articles and chapters have appeared with the British Journal of Politics and International Relations, Global Affairs, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, Journal of European Integration, Politique Européenne, European Foreign Affairs Review, Hague Journal of Diplomacy, International Spectator, Asia-Europe Journal as well as with Oxford University Press, Palgrave, Routledge, E. Elgar, Springer, Hart, Campus and Nomos.
Martin Caudron currently serves as Communications Officer in the Global Partnerships Division of the International Monetary Fund, focusing on capacity development and partnerships communications. He joined the IMF in December 2020 from the Delegation of the European Union to the United States in Washington DC, which he had joined in April 2015 as Senior Communications Officer. Prior to that, he worked for the French General Secretariat for European Affairs (Prime minister's office dealing with the EU and the OECD)in Paris, France from 2011 to 2015. He helped coordinate the French interagency dialogue on the annual EU budget, the multiannual financial framework, investment plans, and several other EU-funding issues. He was involved in several EU negotiations.
Martin started his career in Brussels, Belgium as a consultant in EU affairs. He holds two Masters of Art, one from the College of Europe (European Political and Administrative Studies) in Bruges, Belgium, and one from Lille Institute of Political Studies in France (Public Administration).
Tim Rivera is a freelance consultant and expert working in transatlantic relations, international education & exchanges, public diplomacy, and diversity, equity, & inclusion. He is currently a Security Fellow at the Truman National Security Project and a Member of the Foreign Policy for America’s NextGen Initiative. He served for five years as a Program Manager at the EU Delegation to the US, overseeing a portfolio of public diplomacy and policy outreach initiatives spanning the transatlantic agenda, including trade, security, climate change, the digital economy, gender equality, and educational exchange. He previously worked for the British Council, contributing to programs on religion and international affairs, intercultural dialogue, and common European cultural relations initiatives. He received his master's degree in international relations from King's College London and a bachelor's degree in political science from Yale University.