Henry Hart Rice Chair and Professor of Conflict Analysis and Resolution, Carter SchoolSusan Allen is a scholar-practitioner of conflict resolution. Her main focus is on reflective practice and research that emerges from practice contexts.
Assistant Professor of Conflict Resolution and History, Carter School
Director of the John Mitchell, Jr. Program for History, Justice, and Race, Carter SchoolDr. Chavis is a historian and museum educator whose work focuses on the history of racial violence and civil rights activism and Black and Jewish relations in the American South, and the ways in which the historical understandings of racial violence and civil rights activism can inform current and future approaches to peacebuilding and conflict resolution throughout the world.
Drucie French Cumbie Professor, Carter SchoolDr. Cobb teaches and conducts research on the relationship between narrative and violent conflict.
Professor of Management and Conflict Resolution, Carter SchoolDr. de Janasz has been teaching and doing research in organizational leadership and negotiation for over 20 years, most recently as an endowed chair at Seattle U (where she also ran the Seattle division of a non-profit focusing on helping formerly trafficked women achieve financial independence), and before that, at IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Associate Professor of Conflict Analysis and Anthropology, Carter School
Director of the Center for the Study of Gender and Conflict, Carter SchoolLeslie Dwyer is a cultural anthropologist whose academic research focuses on issues of violence, gender, post-conflict social life, transitional justice, and the politics of memory and identity.
Associate Professor of Conflict Resolution and Political Science, Carter School
Director of Graduate Programs, Carter SchoolDr. Flores' research focuses on democratization, civil conflict, and economic development.
James H. Laue Professor of World Religions, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution, Carter School
Director, Center for World Religions, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution, Carter SchoolMarc Gopin is the James H. Laue Professor of World Religions, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution and the Director of the Center for World Religions, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution.
Vernon M. and Minnie I. Lynch Chair of Conflict Analysis and Resolution, Carter School
Professor of Conflict Resolution and Anthropology, Carter SchoolDr. Hirsch's scholarship focuses on law in relation to conflict; international and transitional justice; legal integration and religious minorities; environmental justice; feminist approaches to law and conflict, experiential learning, and legal responses to terrorism.
Assistant Professor, Carter School Director of the Genocide Prevention Program, Carter SchoolDr. Irvin-Erickson has worked in the field of genocide studies and mass atrocity prevention in DR Congo, Burundi, Cambodia, Myanmar, Ukraine, and Argentina. He is the author of books, chapters, and articles on genocide, religion and violence, human security, international criminal law, and political theory.
Professor of Conflict Analysis and Resolution, Carter SchoolProfessor Korostelina is a social psychologist whose work focuses on social identity and dynamics of identity and power in protracted social conflicts.