• Chip Gagnon
    Department Chair and Professor - International Politics
  • Kenesha Chatman
    Administrative Assistant
  • Lady Ajayi
    Visiting Scholar - International Relations, Human and Environmental Security, and Gendered Insecurities in Migration
  • Juan Arroyo
    Assistant Professor - Comparative Politics
  • Sumru Atuk
    Assistant Professor - Feminist Political Theory, Public Policy
  • Donald Beachler
    Associate Professor - U.S. Politics (Parties and Elections, Public Policy )/ Holocaust and Genocide Studies
  • Carlos Figueroa
    Associate Professor - American Political Development (race, religion and citizenship); Politics of U.S. Quakerism; Black American Politics; U.S. Latino/a Politics; intellectual History & Interpretivism; Public Leadership
  • Evgenia Ilieva 
    Associate Professor - Political Theory
  • Annie Mwanza
    Scholar in Residence - NYS Energy Research & Development Authority (NYSERDA) Climate Justice Fellow
  • Amy Rothschild
    Assistant Professor - Legal Studies
  • Peyi Soyinka-Airewele
    Professor - International and African Politics, The Politics of Memory, Critical Studies in Democratic Development, Politics of Popular African Cinema

Retired, Emeriti/ae, and Former Faculty

  • Asma Barlas
    Professor Emerita - Research Interests: Islam; Qur’anic hermeneutics; Muslim sexual politics; Colonialism and Decoloniality
  • Martin L Brownstein
    Retired Associate Professor - US politics
  • Kelly Dietz
    Assistant Professor - International Relations/Comparative Politics, Militarization, East Asian Politics, Critical Theories of the State and Sovereignty
  • Zillah Eisenstein
    Professor Emerita - politics of class, sex, and race; political theory; feminist theories; gender construction
  • Beth Harris
    Retired Associate Professor - Law, Justice and Power
  • Naeem Inayatullah
    Professor Emeritus - Theory of International Relations • Global Political Economy/Development Studies • History of Economic Thought • Culture and Identity in International Political Economy • Politics of Pedagogy
  • Patricia Rodríguez
    Associate Professor - Latin American politics, social movements
  • Thomas Shevory
    Professor Emeritus - Law and Public Policy