School of International Service
Dr. Elizabeth Cohn is an Assistant Professor specializing in U.S. foreign policy and Latin America. Her research interests include the U.S. promotion of democracy and Latin America. She is also deeply interested in pedagogies of teaching and is a frequent presenter at workshops on teaching. In Fall 2013 she was appointed SIS Faculty Coordinator for Teaching and Student Learning.
She has taught at Goucher College, where she was the director of the International and Intercultural Studies program, and at the Monterey Institute of International Studies. She was the founder and director of the Central American Historical Institute, Washington, D.C.
DegreesPhD, American University
- SIS - School of International Service
- SIS - 315
- Mon/Thurs 3:00-5:00; Wed 2:00-4:00; And by appointment
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Dr. Cohn teaches courses on U.S. foreign policy and international politics, as well as courses on Latin America including, "Breakfast in the Americas: Bananas, Coffee, Sugar."
AU News and Achievements
SIS Students Going Bananas for Class on Commodities
Latin American commodities whet students’ appetites for research....