Steering committee members assist the program director with oversight and management of the Reppy Institute.
Faculty Advisor, International Relations Minor
Oumar Ba's research focuses on international criminal justice and human rights for globally marginalized people. He was a 2021–22 Global Public Voices fellow.
President White Professor of History and Political Science, Interim Director, Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies, Spring 2023
Matthew Evangelista's current teaching and research interests focus on the relationship between gender, nationalism, and war; ethical and legal issues in international affairs (particularly just war theory and international humanitarian law); transnational relations; and separatist movements.
Associate Professor, Anthropology
Magnus Fiskesjö's research concerns ethnic relations and political anthropology in China and Southeast Asia.
Assistant Professor, History
Cristina Florea’s research revolves around nationalism, empire, statehood, war, and regime change in nineteenth and twentieth-century Eastern Europe. She is a 2022–23 Global Public Voices fellow.
Geographic Research Area: India and Pakistan
Teaching/Research Interests: History of British colonialism, popular and radical political movements, and gender and sexuality
John Stambaugh Professor of History Emerita
Hardis Family Assistant Professor for Teaching Excellence, Associate Director, Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies, 2022-23
Sabrina Karim is an assistant professor in the department of government and the Hardis Family Assistant Professor for Teaching Excellence. Her research focuses on conflict and peace processes, particularly state building in the aftermath of civil war.
International Professor of Environmental and Indigenous Studies
Geographic Research Area: Afghanistan, India, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, China, Alaska, Canada, and Russia
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.
Stephen and Barbara Friedman Professor of International Political Economy Emeritus