|Paul Staniland, Chair, Committee on International Relations (On Leave AY 2020-2021), Associate Professor of Political Science, PhD, MIT. Civil War, Ethnic Politics, South Asia.|
Michael Albertus, Interim Director, Committee on International Relations, Associate Professor of Political Science, PhD, Stanford University. Politics of Redistribution, Democracy and Dictatorship, Clientism, Latin America.
|Anjali Anand, Lecturer, PhD, Chicago. State building, Non-state actors, Empire, and South Asia.|
Ralph A. Austen, Professor Emeritus of African History and African Studies, PhD, Harvard. African History, Colonialism, Slavery and the Slave Trade.
|John Boyer, Martin A. Ryerson Distinguished Service Professor of History, Dean of the College, PhD, Chicago. Nineteenth and Twentieth Century European History, Origins and Meaning of World War I.|
|Mark Philip Bradley, Bernadotte E. Schmitt Distinguished Service Professor of International History and Faculty Director of the Pozen Family Center for Human Rights, PhD, Harvard. Twentieth Century US International History, Global History of Human Rights Politics, Postcolonial Southeast Asia.|
Austin Carson, Assistant Professor of Political Science, PhD, Ohio State University. International Security, International Relations Theory, Politics of Secrecy/Publicity, International Organizations.
|Dipesh Chakrabarty, Lawrence A. Kimpton Distinguished Service Professor of History, South Asian Languages and Civilizations, and Faculty Director, University of Chicago Center in Delhi, PhD, Australian National University. Modern South Asian History, Subaltern, Indigenous, and Minority Histories, Decolonization, Environmental History and Climate Change.|
|Chiara Cordelli, Associate Professor of Political Science, PhD, University College, London. Contemporary Political Philosophy, Distributive and Social Justice, Egalitarianism, Ethics of Philanthropy.|
|Terry Nichols Clark, Professor of Sociology, PhD, Columbia. Sociology of Transnational Processes, Urban Sociology, Sociology of Culture, Social Theory.|
|Bruce Cumings, Gustavus F. and Ann M. Swift Distinguished Service Professor of History, PhD, Columbia. International History, East Asian Political Economy, US Foreign Policy, Korean History.|
Marco Garrido, Assistant Professor of Sociology, PhD, Michigan. Democratic Backsliding, Role of Class in Shaping Urban Space, Social Life, and Politics, Southeast Asia.
Adom Getachew, Neubauer Family Assistant Professor of Political Science, PhD, Yale. History of International Law, Theories of Empire and Race, Black Political Thought and Post-Colonial Theory.
|Tom Ginsburg, Leo Spitz Professor of International Law, Ludwig and Hilde Wolf Research Scholar and Professor of Political Science, JD/PhD, Berkeley. Comparative Law, International Law, Comparative Constitutions.|
|Andreas Glaeser, Professor of Sociology, PhD, Harvard. Sociology of Culture and Identity, Social Theory, Ethnographic and Quasi-Ethnographic Methods.|
|Julian Go, Professor of Sociology, PhD, Chicago. Historical International Relations, Empires/Colonialism, Global Field Theory, and Postcolonial Thought.|
|Robert Gulotty, Assistant Professor of Political Science, PhD, Stanford. International Political Economy, International Trade, Formal Theory and Statistical Methodology.|
|Susan Gzesh, Senior Lecturer in the College, JD, University of Michigan. Human Rights, NGOs, Labor and Human Rights of Immigrants and Refugees.|
|James Hevia, Professor of International History and the New Collegiate Division, PhD, Chicago. International History, Imperialism, Military Intelligence.|
|Gary Herrigel, Paul Klapper Professor of Political Science, PhD, MIT. Comparative Political Economy, Economic Sociology, Organization Theory, Business Strategy and Business History.|
|Kimberley Kay Hoang, Associate Professor of Sociology, PhD, Berkeley. Globalization, Gender, Southeast Asia, Economic Sociology, Qualitative Methods.|
|William Howell, Sydney Stein Professor in American Politics at the Harris School of Public Policy, Professor of Political Science and Director of the Center for Effective Government, PhD, Stanford. Domestic Politics of Foreign Policy Making, American Political Institutions, Foundations of Presidential Power.|
|Ryan Cecil Jobson, Neubauer Family Assistant Professor of Anthropology, PhD, Yale. Energy and Extractive Resource Development, Technology and Infrastructure, Racial Capitalism in the Americas.|
|Benjamin Lessing, Associate Professor of Political Science, PhD, Berkeley. Comparative Politics, Armed Conflict, Latin America, Political Methodology.|
Darryl Li, Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Lecturer in Law, PhD, Harvard, JD, Yale. Law and Violence, Global War on Terror, Migration.
|Charles Lipson, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, PhD, Harvard. International Organization, International Political Economy.|
|Joseph P. Masco, Professor of Anthropology, PhD, University of California San Diego. US National Security Culture, Science and Technology, Politics of Everyday Life in the Nuclear Age and in Post-Cold War America.|
|John J. Mearsheimer, R. Wendell Harrison Distinguished Service Professor of Political Science, PhD, Cornell. International Relations Theory, Security Studies, U.S. Foreign Policy, Middle East.|
|Monika Nalepa, Associate Professor of Political Science, PhD, Columbia University. Transitional Justice, Post-Communist Politics, Comparative Political Institutions, Formal Political Theory.|
|Robert Pape, Professor of Political Science and Director of the Chicago Project on Security and Threats, PhD, Chicago. International Relations Theory, Security Studies, Political Violence.|
Steven Pincus, Thomas E. Donnelly Professor of History, PhD, Harvard. Atlantic History, History of Britain, Ireland, and the British Empire.
|Jennifer Pitts, Professor of Political Science and Social Thought, PhD, Harvard. Political Theory, History of Political Thought, Empire and International Justice.|
|Paul Poast, Associate Professor of Political Science, PhD, University of Michigan. International Relations, Alliance Politics, Political Economy of Security, Political Methodology.|
|Kenneth Pomeranz, University Professor of Chinese History, PhD, Yale. State, Society, and Economy in Late-Imperial and Twentieth Century China, Global Economic History.|
|Eric Posner, Kirkland & Ellis Distinguished Service Professor of Law and Arthur and Esther Kane Research Chair, JD, Harvard. Financial Regulation, International Law, the Relationship between Law and Social Norms.|
|Michael Reese, Senior Lecturer in CIR, PhD, Ohio State University. International Security, Foreign Policy, International Crises, Asymmetric Conflict, Terrorism.|
|James T. Sparrow, Associate Professor of History, PhD, Brown. History of Total War, International Institutions, US Foreign Relations, National Security Politics, and the American “Export” of Democracy.|
|Matthias Staisch, Assistant Senior Instructional Professor for CIR, PhD, Chicago. International Relations Theory, International Organization and Networks.|
Susan Stokes, Tiffany and Margaret Blake Distinguished Service Professor of Political Science and Director of the Chicago Center on Democracy, PhD, Stanford. Democratic Theory and Politics, Distributive Politics, Comparative Political Behavior.
|Nathan Tarcov, Karl J. Weintraub Professor of Social Thought and Political Science, PhD, Harvard. US Foreign Policy, War and Peace in Political Theory.|
|Rochelle Layla Terman, Assistant Professor of Political Science, PhD, Berkeley. International Norms, Human Rights, Computational Methods.|
|Jennifer Trinitapoli, Associate Professor of Sociology and Director of the Center for International Social Science Research, PhD, University of Texas Austin. Social Demography, Sociology of Religion, Sub-Saharan Africa.|
|Lisa Wedeen, Mary R. Morton Professor of Political Science and Co-Director of the Chicago Center for Contemporary Theory, PhD, Berkeley. Comparative Politics, Middle East Studies, Political Theory, Feminist Theory, Interpretive Methods.|
|Dali Yang, William Claude Reavis Professor of Political Science, PhD, Princeton. Comparative Politics, Chinese Politics.|
|Dingxin Zhao, Max Palevsky Professor of Sociology, PhD, McGill. Social Movements, Nationalism, Comparative Historical Sociology, China.|