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David Andrews

Professor of International Relations
Gabrielle Marie-Louise Jungels-Winkler Chair in Contemporary European Studies
Politics and International Relations, Scripps College
Steele 117
241 East 11th Street
Research interests: central bank cooperation; Economic and Monetary Union; EU institutions; integration theory

Hilary Appel

Podlich Family Professor of Government and George R. Roberts Fellow
Government, Claremont McKenna College
Bauer Center 19
500 East 9th Street
Research interests: post-communist economic reform; democratic institution building; corruption and politics; ideology and politics; international financial institutions; political aspects of monetary union.

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Menna Bizuneh

Assistant Professor of Economics
Economics, Pitzer College
Scott 204
1050 North Mills Avenue
Research interests: international finance, international trade, monetary economics, public economics

Mieczyslaw Boduszynski

Assistant Professor of Politics
Politics, Pomona College
Carnegie Building
333 N. College Way
Research interests: U.S. Foreign Policy, Democratic Transitions, Middle East, Balkans, Japan, Libya

Thierry Boucquey

Professor of French
French, Scripps College
Balch 201
1030 Columbia Avenue
Research interests: French medieval; Renaissance and seventeenth century drama; French literature and civilization

Nigel Boyle

Professor of Political Studies
Dean of Faculty and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Political Studies, Pitzer College
West Hall, Suite 100
1050 North Mills
Research interests include: British labor market policy; European social policy

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Steve Casper

Dean of the School of Applied Life Sciences; Henry E. Riggs Professor of Management
Keck Graduate Institute
Building 535, Room 22
535 Watson Drive
Research interests: comparative studies of the development of new technology industries; computational social science methods

Elizabeth Crighton

Emerita Professor of Politics
Politics, Pomona College
Carnegie 21
425 North College Avenue
Research interests: comparative ethno-national conflict; peacemaking in Northern Ireland, South Africa and Israel/PalestineTop of Page

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Anne Dwyer

Faculty Director, Oldenborg Center; Associate Professor of German and Russian
Russian Program, Pomona College
103 Mason Hall
550 North Harvard Avenue
Research interests: Modern Russian Culture; Hapsburg imperial culture

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Pierre Englebert

H. Russell Smith Professor of International Relations and Professor of Politics
Politics, Pomona College
Carnegie 5
425 North College Avenue
Research interests: postcolonial policies of European countries in Africa; EU relations with Africa, especially the Lom Convention; effects of monetary union on the CFA franc zone; the European Development Fund

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Yi Feng

Luther Lee Jr. Memorial Chair in Government
Politics and Policy, Claremont Graduate University
Harper West
150 East 10th Street
Research interests: political economy of development; regional integration

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Heidi Nichols Haddad

Assistant Professor of Politics
Politics, Pomona College
Carnegie Building 3 425 North College Avenue
Research interests: NGO access, participation, and influence at international human rights and criminal courts/tribunals.

Anne Harley

Associate Professor of Music
Music, Scripps College
Performing Arts Center 140, Scripps College
Research interests: Russian chamber music composed by women in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, interdisciplinary vocal pedagogy

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Tom Ilgen

Jones Foundation Professor Emeritus of Political Studies
Political Studies, Pitzer College
Holden 106-4
1050 North Mills Avenue
Research interests: the politics of trade and monetary policy between Europe and the U.S. from the late 1950s to the early 1980s; national environmental regulatory policies concerning toxic chemicals and the harmonization of such policies in Europe and the U.S.; the effects of economic globalization on metropolitan regions

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Charles W. Kamm

Associate Professor of Music
Director of Choirs
Chair, Joint Music Program
Music, Scripps College
Performing Arts Center 214
241 East 10th Street
Research interests: European art music, with foci on choral and vocal music of Scandinavia, the Baltic States, Germany, Austria, and England

Gary Kates

H. Russell Smith Foundation Chair in the Social Sciences and Professor of History
History, Pomona College
Mason Hall 128
550 North Harvard Avenue
Research interests: eighteenth-century Europe, including the French Revolution and the Enlightenment; gender, cultural history, and political theory

Mark Katz

Associate Professor of German
Chair, Department of German Studies
German Studies, Scripps College
Balch 303
1030 Columbia Avenue
Research interests:

Arash Khazeni

Associate Professor of History; Coordinator of Middle Eastern Studies
History, Pomona College
Mason Hall 124
550 North Harvard Avenue
Research interests: Middle Eastern and world history; environmental history; empire and imperialism

Dalton Krauss

Professor of French
French, Scripps College
Balch 312
1030 Columbia Avenue
Research interests: contemporary France; French studies

Henry Krips

Professor of Cultural Studies
Professor Emeritus
Cultural Studies, Claremont Graduate University
Humanities Faculty House, #5
135 East 12th Street
Research interests: Contemporary European philosophy; Cultural Politics; Visual Culture; Realism; Quantum Mechanics; the work of Foucault, Freud, Lacan, and Zizek

Jacek Kugler

Elisabeth Helm Rosecrans Professor of International Relations
Politics and Policy, Claremont Graduate University
Harper East 216
160 East 10th Street
Research interests: the negotiations that led to EU expansion; the effects of political and demographic changes on economic growth

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France Lemoine

Associate Professor of French
Chair, Department of French Studies
French, Scripps College
Balch 212
1030 Columbia Avenue
Research interests: French literature and cultural and intellectual history from the French Revolution to the First World War; novels as dynamic spaces of social explorations and critique; the assertion of symbolic power through language; the role of women and salons in the development of French values; the representation of the guillotine in the literary imaginary of the Nineteenth Century; the Pyrrhic victory of wit over valor during the Revolution; law, literature and the French Revolution.

Jesse Lerner

Professor of Media Studies

Media Studies, Pitzer College
Holden L148
1050 North Mills Avenue
Research interests: the relationships between film, architecture and urban space; representations of cities in film and video, such as Berlin, Paris and London

Patrick Little

J. Stanley and Mary Wig Johnson Professor of Engineering, Chair of the Faculty
Engineering, Harvey Mudd College
Parsons 2375C
301 Platt Boulevard
Research interests: Transportation systems of Europe

Wendy Lower

John K. Roth Professor of History and George R. Roberts Fellow
History, Claremont McKenna College
Kravis Center 218
400 N. Claremont Boulevard
Research interests: Holocaust

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Aaron Matz

Associate Professor of English
Chair, English Department
English, Scripps College
Miller 204
1030 Columbia Ave
Research interests include: Nineteenth- and twentieth-century British novel, Anglo-French literary relations, satire, realism, literature and morality

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Sabrina Ovan

Associate Professor of Italian
Chair, Department of Italian and Italian Studies
Italian, Scripps College
Balch 304
1030 Columbia Ave
Research interests include: Contemporary Italian literature, Italian film, literary theory, genre literature and film, collectivity in writing and the arts, Futurism and the neo-avant garde, New Italian Epic

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Roberto Pedace

Professor of Economics
Chair, Department of Economics
Economics, Scripps College
Humanities 223
981 N. Amherst Avenue
Research interests: Labor and Personnel Economics; Applied Econometrics; Economics of Immigration; Impact of Minimum Wages; Sports Economics

Jonathan Petropoulos

John V. Croul Professor of European History

History, Claremont McKenna College
Kravis Center 207
500 East 9th Street
Research interests: national socialism; art looting; European aristocracy; the Holocaust

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Nathalie M. Rachlin

Professor of French
Margaret McKenzie Distinguished Professorship in Modern Foreign Languages
French, Scripps College
Balch 310
1030 Columbia Avenue
Research interests: contemporary French culture; issues of race, citizenship, and immigration in contemporary France; populism and the politics of culture in contemporary France; the memory of the Holocaust in France (1968-to present); French intellectuals in French contemporary society, and French contemporary cinema and literature

Susan Rankaitis

Professor of Art
Fletcher Jones Chair in Studio Art
Art, Scripps College
Language Arts 221
250 East 12th Street
Research interests: contemporary European painting, photography, drawing and sculpture focusing on issues and ideas in science, technology, culture and landscape

Donald Remer

Professor Emeritus of Engineering
Engineering, Harvey Mudd College
Parsons 2361
301 East 12th Streeet
Research interests: cost estimation; business case analysis; project and technical management on international projects

Hans Rindisbacher

Professor of German and Russian; Coordinator of the German Section
German Language and Literature, Pomona College
Mason Hall 109
550 North Harvard Avenue
Research interests: historical, cultural, interdisciplinary and comparative approaches to German studies

Larissa V. Rudova

Yale B. and Lucille D. Griffith Professor of Modern Languages and Professor of German and Russian; Coordinator of the Russian Section
German and Russian Studies, Pomona College
Mason Hall 104
550 North Harvard Avenue
Research interests: Contemporary Russian, Post-Soviet literature and mass culture,History and theory of media and film,Children’s and young adult literature and culture, Gender in Russian culture, Socialist fashion and consumption.

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Carmen Sanjuán-Pastor

Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies
Chair, Department of Spanish, Latin American and Caribbean Literatures and Cultures
Hispanic Studies, Scripps College
Balch 302
1030 Columbia Avenue
Research interests: Artistic expressions of transcultural, multilingual, and/or diasporic experiences in contemporary Spain; Transnational feminisms; Film studies; Cultural and literary theory; Constructions and representations of memory; Catalan Literature & Culture

Daniel Segal

Jean Pitzer Professor of Anthropology and Professor of History
Anthropology, Pitzer College
Bernard 225
1050 North Mills Avenue
Research interests: The Caribbean; post-Columbian world history; the social construction of race.

Sharon Snowiss

Professor of Political Studies
Political Studies, Pitzer College
Holden M161
1050 N. Mills Ave.
Research interests: French politics; French and European feminist movements; ethical considerations and laws concerning genetic engineering

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Jennifer Taw

Associate Professor of Government
Government, Claremont McKenna College
Kravis Center 241
500 East 9th Street
Research Interests: American Foreign Policy, Conflict, Defense, Defense Policy of the U.S., International Relations Theory, International Strategic Studies, Security Studies, War and Foreign Relations, War/Strategy.

Corey Tazzara

Assistant Professor of History
History, Scripps College
Humanities 213
1030 Columbia Avenue
Research interests: Early modern Italy and the Mediterranean: economic history, political history, and material culture

Lako Tongun

Associate Professor of International and Intercultural Studies and Political Studies
International and Intercultural Studies and Political Studies, Pitzer College
Holden M165
1050 North Mills Avenue
Research interests: African and Third-World Politics; Political Economy; Developmental Economics

Vanessa Tyson

Associate Professor of Politics
Politics, Scripps College
1030 Columbia Avenue

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Nancy Van Deusen

Professor of Music
Louis and Mildred Benezet Chair in the Humanities

Music, Claremont Graduate University
121 East 10th Street
Research interests: music and instututional culture in medieval Rome, the cathedral milieu of 11thand 12th-century France, and music in the history of ideas; the concept of a university, as well as music’s place as an analogical bridge between the natural sciences and philosophy within that concept; the development of a notion and academic discipline of “folklore” and “folkmusic” during the course of the 19th century as a reinvention and retooling of significant medieval concepts; “music theoretical” systems, analytical discourses, and historical issues, as well as historical anthropology; music theory, history and practice

Raquel Vega-Duran

Associate Professor of Spanish
Spanish, Claremont McKenna College
Roberts North 219
139 East 7th Street
Research interests: Spanish literature and culture; immigration in Europe

Kevin Vennemann

Assistant Professor of German
German Studies, Scripps College
Balch 209
1030 Columbia Avenue
Research interests: 19th-century comparative literature, theories of landscape, theories of fatigue and exhaustion, Holocaust studies, art and architectural criticism

Friederike von Schwerin-High

Associate Professor of German and Russian; Chair of German and Russian
German and Russian Studies, Pomona College
Mason Hall 105
550 North Harvard Avenue
Research interests: Translation Studies, 20th Century Fictional Biography and Theories of Otherness, Goethe, G. E. Lessing, Intersections in Narrative and Philosophy, Shakespeare Reception in Germany and Japan

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Thomas Willett

Horton Professor of Economics
Director, Claremont Institute for Economic Studies
Economics, Claremont Graduate University
Harper East 206
160 East 10th Street
Research interests: international monetary economics; public choice theory; Central Bank independence

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Paul Zak

Professor of Economic Sciences, Psychology & Management
Director, Center for Neuroeconomics Studies

Economics, Claremont Graduate University
Harper East 208
160 East 10th Street
Research interests: immigration; public finance and environmental regulation and their effects on economic growth; social and genetic relationships that motivate cooperation or conflict

Phil Zuckerman

Professor of Sociology & Secular Studies
Sociology, Pitzer College
Holden M170
1050 North Mills Avenue
Research interests: sociology of religion; sociological theory; Scandinavian culture and society

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