Faculty

  • Photo of Daniel Rothbart

    Professor of Conflict Analysis and Resolution, Carter School
    Co-Director of the Program on Prevention of Mass Violence, Carter School

    Dr. Rothbart specializes in a wide range of topics: prevention of mass violence, ethnic conflicts, power and conflict, the ethics of conflict resolution, civilians in war and the psycho-politics of conflict.
  • Photo of Richard Rubenstein

    University Professor of Conflict Resolution and Public Affairs, Carter School

    Professor Rubenstein's books and articles include works on the history of religious conflict, structural conflict resolution, war and peace ideologies, and socio-political polarization. In addition to these topics, he teaches courses on theories of conflict and resolution, religion and conflict, and conflict and literature, and participates in public discussions of controversies involving various forms of political violence.
  • Photo of Mara Schoeny

    Director of Undergraduate Programs, Carter School

    Dr. Schoeny teaches courses in research and evaluation methods, practice skills and the integration of inter-disciplinary approaches to conflict analysis and resolution.
  • Photo of Juliette Shedd

    Associate Dean, Carter School
    Associate Professor of Conflict Analysis and Resolution, Carter School

    Dr. Shedd teaches both introductory and research methods courses and courses on terrorism, extremism, global conflicts, and ideologies. Her research includes work on the relationship of media to conflict, specifically focused on media coverage of terrorism and the role of women in political violence. 
  • Photo of Solon Simmons

    Associate Professor at the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution, Carter School

    Dr. Simmons teaches classes on conflict theory, narrative, media, discourse and conflict, human rights, quantitative and qualitative methodology, global conflict, and critical theory. His current work on peace and conflict resolution combines Weberian institutional theory, with critical social philosophy, bringing in insights from semiotics and narrative analysis.
  • Photo of Roland Wilson

    Associate Professor and Program Coordinator for Carter School's conflict resolution program at George Mason University's Korea Campus.

    Dr. Wilson’s is currently working to improve foreign policy, diplomacy, and conflict resolution efforts around the world. He is also working to create and enhance local community, governmental and international capacity to peacefully mediate, transform, and resolve culturally diverse and historically deep-rooted and protracted conflicts at all levels of society.