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IES Graduate Fellow 2023-2024

Stefan Ivanovski is a PhD student at the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University studying the democratization of ownership and management of companies that are shaping the future of work, especially those that rely on remote work and cutting-edge technologies such as artifi

Postdoctoral Associate, German Studies

Mari Jarris works across German- and Russian-language literature and theory, primarily in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Their research areas include feminist and queer theory, transnational socialisms, and Critical Theory.

Professor of History, Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Matt Kadane is the author of The Enlightenment and Original Sin (Chicago, 2024), The Watchful Clothier (Yale, 2013), and articles and essays that have appeared in The American Historical ReviewPast and Present, and other journals

Associate Professor, University of Sarajevo

Larisa Kasumagić- Kafedžić, a 2003-04 Cornell University Humphrey Fellow Alumni spent the 2022-23 academic year at Cornell as a Fulbright Visiting Fellow, where she focused on teaching a course on Global Citizenship Education and worked on her research project Teachers as Agents

Walter S. Carpenter Jr. Professor of International Studies

Peter Katzenstein is the Einaudi Center's Walter S. Carpenter Jr. Professor of International Studies in the Department of Government, College of Arts and Sciences. His research and teaching lie at the intersection of the fields of international relations and comparative politics.

Associate Professor, Near Eastern Studies
Lori Khatchadourian examines the ongoing effort to grapple with the relationship between imperialism and the vast world of material things.
IES Graduate Fellow 2024-2025

Angela Kothe is a third-year PhD Student in the Department of Government. Her research interests include Queer politics and religion in Europe and the United States. She is currently developing a project that explores the political economy of Queer identity formation in post-War England.

Senior Lecturer, Comparative Literature

Raissa V. Krivitsky teaches in Cornell's Russian language program.

IES Graduate Fellow 2024-2025

Madeleine is a historian of modern Europe focused on Spain. Her research focuses on understanding the relationship between fascism and the international via formal and informal political means.

Associate Professor, English

Philip Lorenz received his PhD from New York University. His teaching and research focus on English and Spanish literature and drama of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries in relation to problems of sovereignty and political theology.