Affiliate Faculty

Affiliate Faculty

  • Affiliate Faculty, Carter School
    Associate Professor, Co-Director, Center for International Education, College of Education and Human Development, George Mason University, Carter School

  • Affiliate Faculty, Carter School Professor of Sociology, George Mason University, Carter School

  • Affiliate Faculty, Carter School
    Mediator and Facilitator, Institute for Engagement & Negotiation, University of Virginia, Carter School

  • Affiliate Faculty, Carter School
    Professor of Anthropology, University of British Columbia, Carter School

  • Visiting Scholar, Carter School
    Affiliate Faculty, Carter School
    Senior Fellow for Innovation and emeritus member of the Board of Directors, Alliance for Peacebuilding, Carter School

    Charles “Chip” Hauss has been exploring ways of producing large scale social and political change through nonviolent and cooperative means for five decades. In all of this work, he has tried to be a political bridge builder who brings “strange political bedfellows” together to help solve problems that can only be effectively addressed if they work together. 
  • Affiliate Faculty, Carter School
    Professor Emerita of Conflict Management, Kennesaw State University, Carter School

  • Affiliate Faculty, Carter School
    Professor of Government and Politics, Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University, Carter School

    Mark N. Katz earned his Ph.D. in political science at MIT in 1982.  He has been teaching at George Mason University since 1988.  He has written primarily on Soviet/Russian foreign and military policy, especially toward the Middle East.  Among other awards, he has received both a fellowship and a grant from the United States Institute of Peace.  He has served on several Conflict Analysis and Resolution dissertation committees for the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution.  
  • Affiliate Faculty, Carter School
    Professor of Public Sociology, George Mason University, Carter School

    Lester Kurtz is professor of public sociology at George Mason University, currently teaching at its campus in Korea; he teaches courses on violence and nonviolence, peace and conflict, social movements, comparative sociology of religion, and global social thought. Kurtz holds a Master's in Religion from Yale University and a Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Chicago and was previously director of Religious Studies at the University of Texas-Austin.
  • Affiliate Faculty, Carter School

    Dr. Oren grew up and studied in Israel (at the Hebrew University and at Tel-Aviv University). Her research focus is the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Israeli public opinion. and political psychology. She is an author and co-author of 2 books, and she has published numerous articles in various journals such as Journal of Peace Research, Political Psychology, Social Issues and Policy ReviewInternational Journal of Intercultural Relations and Peace and Conflict. Selected Publications
  • Affiliate Faculty, Carter School