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Faculty listing by area specialty/expertise

All addresses are in Washington, DC 20052.

Martin Adelman (J.D., University of Michigan)
Theodore and James Pedas Family Professor of Intellectual Property and Technology Law
Co-Director, India Project
Co-Director of the Intellectual Property Law Program
Co-Director of the Dean Dinwoodey Center for Intellectual Property Studies

Research Interests: patent law, India

George Washington University Law School
700 20th St. NW
Tel: 202-994-7703
Fax: 202-994-3377
E-mail: madelman@law.gwu.edu

Attiya Ahmad (Ph.D., Duke University)
Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Research Interests: Transnational Islamic charity networks spanning South Asia and the Arabian/Persian Gulf, Gender and feminist studies

2112 G St. NW, Room 102
(202)-994-4251
E-mail: ahmada@email.gwu.edu

Celeste Arrington (Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley)
Korea Foundation Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs
Research Interests: Comparative politics, South Korea, Japan, North Korea, state-society relations, law and society, media and politics, Northeast Asian security

2115 G St NW, Room 479
E-mail: cla@gwu.edu

Eyal Aviv (Ph.D., Harvard University)
Assistant Professor of Religion and Honors
Research Interests: Chinese Intellectual History, Religion and modernity, Buddhism, Buddhist Philosophy

2106 G St NW, Room 201B
Tel: (202) 994-1675
E-mail: aviv@gwu.edu

Prabir Bagchi (Ph.D., University of Tennessee)
Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management
Research Interests: logistics, supply chain management, production, and operations management, South Asia

Duques Hall Suite 660, 2201 G Street, NW
Tel: (202) 994-2197
E-mail: bagchi@gwu.edu

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Steven J. Balla (Ph.D., Duke University)
Associate Professor of Political Science, Public Policy and Public Administration, and International Affairs
Research Interests: structure and process of policy making in China and the United States

Monroe 475
2115 G Street, N.W.
Tel: (202) 994-4811
E-mail: sballa@gwu.edu

Soyoung Boo (Ph.D., University of Nevada-Las Vegas)
Assistant Professor, Tourism and Hospitality Management
Research Interests: Event and Meeting Management, Business Tourism, Tourism Development, MICE industry in Asia

Funger Hall, Suite 301
Tel: 202-994-6629
E-mail: soyoungb@gwu.edu

Alasdair Bowie (Ph.D., University of California-Berkeley)
Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs
Research Interests: Comparative politics of Southeast Asia; politics of development

Monroe Hall 423, 2115 G St, NW
Tel: 202-994-7370
Fax: 202-994-7743
E-mail: abowie@gwu.edu

Gregg Brazinsky (Ph.D., Cornell University)
Associate Professor of History and International Affairs
Research Interests: U.S.-East Asian Relations, Korean history, East Asian history

Phillips 305, 801 22nd Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-0987
Fax: 202-994-6231
E-mail: brazinsk@gwu.edu

Wakana K. Cavanaugh (MS, University of Pennsylvania)
Lecturer, Japanese
Research Interests: Japanese language, teaching Japanese as a foreign language, teaching English as a foreign language

Rome 461, 801 22nd Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-6723
E-mail: kikuchi@gwu.edu

Elizabeth Chacko (Ph.D., University of California-Los Angeles)
Associate Professor of Geography and International Affairs
Chair, Department of Geography
Research Interests: Regional Development, South Asia

1957 E Street, NW, Suite 512
Tel: 202-994-5328
Fax: 202-994-2484
E-mail: echacko@gwu.edu

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Jonathan Chaves (Ph.D., Columbia University)
Professor of Chinese
Research Interests: Chinese and Japanese culture and literature

Rome 468, 801 22nd Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-6474
Fax: 202-994-1512
E-mail: jchaves@gwu.edu

Liana Chen (Ph.D., Stanford University)
Assistant Professor of Chinese Language and Literature
Research Interests: Chinese literature, Chinese plays

Rome 464
Tel: 202-994-9277
E-mail: liachen@gwu.edu

Maggie Xiaoyang Chen (Ph.D., University of Colorado, Boulder)
Assistant Professor of Economics and International Affairs
Research Interests: International trade, regionalism, technical barriers to trade, and intellectual property rights

Old Main 223, 1922 F Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-0192
Fax: 202-994-6147
E-mail: xchen@gwu.edu

Wenjie Chen (Ph.D., University of Michigan)
Assistant Professor of International Business
Research Interests: International Finance, International Trade, Applied Econometrics

Funger Hall, 401
Tel: (202) 994-7130
E-mail: chenw@gwu.edu

Xiaoning Chen
Visiting Teaching Fellow, Chinese

Rome Hall 462,
Tel: (202) 994-0060
Fax: 202-994-1512
Email: xiaoning@gwu.edu

Patricia P. Chu (Ph.D., Cornell University)
Associate Professor of English
Research Interests: Asian American cultural studies including overseas Chinese and diasporic Asians returning to East Asia; American autobiography and life writing, including accounts of immigration and return.

Rome 750
Tel: 202-994-6180
E-mail: pattychu@gwu.edu

James Clark (Ph.D., University of Chicago)
Ronald Weintraub Professor of Biology
Research Interests: Fossil reptiles, especially in Mongolia and China

Lisner Hall 344 (Office), Bell Hall 401 (Lab)
Tel. Lab: (202) 994-9210
Tel. Office: (202) 994-7144
Tel. Secretary: (202) 994-6090
Fax: (202) 994-6100
E-Mail: jclark@gwu.edu

Donald C. Clarke (J.D., Harvard University)
Professor of Law
Research Interests: Chinese legal institutions and legal issues presented by China's economic reforms

2000 H Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-2830
Fax: 202-318-4479
E-mail: dclarke@law.gwu.edu

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William K. Cummings (Ph.D., Harvard University)
Professor of International Education and International Affairs.
Research Interests: International education and development, models of socioeconomic development, Asia

GSEHD Education Leadership/International Education
2134 G Street, NW, Suite 303
Tel: 202-994-4698
Fax: 202-994-0148
E-mail: wkcum@gwu.edu

Kavita Daiya (Ph.D., University of Chicago)
Assistant Professor, Department of English
Research Interests: cultural representations in various media, in relation to historical, theoretical and anthropological accounts of colonial and postcolonial experience, in India, South Asia, and around the world

801 22nd St. NW, Rome 668
Tel: 202-994-6637
Fax: 202-994-7915
E-mail: kdaiya@gwu.edu

Herbert Davis (Ph.D., Louisiana State University)
Professor of Strategic Management and International Affairs
Research Interests: Strategic management in developing country environments; Regional areas of expertise include South and Southeast Asia

Funger 615
Tel: 202-994-1755
E-mail: hjdavis@gwu.edu

Bruce Dickson (Ph.D., University of Michigan)
Director, Sigur Center for Asian Studies
Professor of Political Science and International Affairs
Research Interests: Government and politics of China, Taiwan, and East Asia

Elliott School 503, 1957 E St, NW
Tel: 202-994-4186
Fax: 202-994-6096
E-mail: bdickson@gwu.edu

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Hongyuan Dong (Ph.D., Cornell University)
Assistant Professor of Chinese Language and Linguistics
Research Interests: Formal semantics, Chinese linguistics, philosophy of language

Rome Hall 467
Tel: (202) 994-6728
E-mail: hdong@gwu.edu

Amitai Etzioni (Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley)
University Professor and Professor of International Affairs
Research Interests: Sociological analysis of international relations, civil society, and transnational norms and institutions, China

Old Main 413
Tel: (202) 994-8190
E-mail: etzioni@gwu.edu

John Finch (Ph.D., City University of New York)
Professorial Lecturer, Korean Culture through Film
Research Interests: Korean culture

Rome Hall 451, 801 22nd Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-2003
E-mail: jfinch@gwu.edu

Christina Fink (Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley)
Professor of the Practice of International Affairs
Research Interests: Southeast Asia, women and development, sustainable development, human rights, political reform

Elliott School International Development Studies
1957 E Street NW, Suite 501H
Tel: (202) 994-7192
E-mail: finkc@gwu.edu

 

Susanne Francoeur (Ph.D., Columbia University)
Professorial Lecturer in Art History
Research Interests: Art of South and Southeast Asia

Smith Hall A-105
Tel: 202-994-8652
E-mail: sfrancoe@gwu.edu

Molly Spitzer Frost (Ph.D., Georgetown University)
Associate Professorial Lecturer, Chinese
Research Interests: Chinese culture through films and literature

Rome Hall 451, 801 22nd Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-2003
Fax: 202-994-1512
E-mail: msf@gwu.edu

Carl Goodman (J.D., Brooklyn Law School)
Professorial Lecturer in Law
Research Interests: Japanese Law, International and Comparative Law and Civil Service Law

E-mail: cgoodman@law.gwu.edu

R. Richard Grinker (Ph.D., Harvard University)
Professor of Anthropology, International Affairs, and Human Sciences
Research Interests: Contemporary Korea, sociocultural anthropology, nationalism and ethnicity

Building X 202, 2112 G Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-6984
Fax: 202-994-6075
E-mail: rgrink@gwu.edu

Shoko Hamano (Ph.D., University of Florida)
Professor of Japanese and International Affairs
Director, Language Center
Research Interests: Japanese language and linguistics, semantics, and phonology

Rome 464, 801 22nd Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-9277
Fax: 202-994-1512
E-mail: hamano@gwu.edu

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I. Leopold Hanami (Ph.D., Stanford University)
Assistant Professor of Japanese Language and Literatures
Research Interests: Modern and classical Japanese; classical Japanese poetry and poetics

Rome 469, 801 22nd Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-0050
Fax: 202-994-1512
E-mail: hanami@gwu.edu

B.N. Hebbar (Ph.D., University of Utrecht, Netherlands; D.Litt., University of South Africa)
Professorial Lecturer in Religion; Academic Advisor DC Area International Buddhist Committee
Research Interests: Hindu and Buddhist Philosophy, linguistics, world religions and religious history, Sanskrit, Pali as well as many Indologically oriented subjects and languages

2106 G Street, NW, Rm 101
Tel: 202-994-6325
E-mail: bnhebbar@gwu.edu

James Hershberg (Ph.D., Tufts University)
Associate Professor of History and International Affairs
Research Interests: International history of the Cold War, with special attention to the impact of newly available sources from the former communist world as well as from U.S. and other Western archives

801 22nd Street, NW, Rm 326
Tel: 202-994-6476
Fax: 202-994-6231
E-mail: jhershb@gwu.edu

Alfred J. Hiltebeitel (Ph.D., University of Chicago, Divinity School)
Professor of Religion and Human Sciences
Faculty director for the South India Term Abroad (SITA) program
Research Interests: The great epics of India, regional folk epics, South Asian history and the history of religions

2106 G Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-1674
Fax: 202-994-9379
E-mail: beitel@gwu.edu

Benjamin David Hopkins (Ph.D., University of Cambridge)
Assistant Professor of History and International Affairs
Research Interests: South Asian history, Afghanistan, Central Asia, modern imperialism, British imperialism, world history

Phillips 335, 801 22nd Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-2822
Fax: 202-995-6231
E-mail: bhopkins@gwu.edu

Alexa Huang (Ph.D., Stanford University)
Founding Co-director, Digital Humanities Institute
Director of the Dean's Scholars in Shakespeare Program
Director of Graduate Studies in English
Professor of English, Theatre and Dance, East Asian Languages and Literatures, and International Affairs

Rome Hall 750
Tel: (202) 994-6639
E-mail: acyhuang@gwu.edu

Llewelyn Hughes (Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Assistant Professor of Political Science and International Affairs
Research Interests: Political economy of energy, international relations of Northeast Asia, Japanese domestic politics

Monroe 465, 2115 G Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-1438
Fax: 202-994-7743
E-mail: lhughes@gwu.edu

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Srividya Jandhyala (Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania)
Assistant Professor of International Business and International Affairs
Research Interests: International political and legal institutions, Global strategic management

Funger Hall, Suite 401
Tel: 202-994-1678
Email: srividya@gwu.edu

Dennis W. Johnson (Ph.D., Duke University)
Professor of Political Management and Legislative Affairs
Research Interests: Global environment and energy policy, China's energy policy

805 21st St NW Ste 401
Tel: 202-994-5765
Fax: 202- 994-7718
E-mail: dwjgspm@gwu.edu

Xiaofei Kang (Ph.D. Columbia University)
Associate Professor, Religion
Research Interests: Chinese religion, Daoism

2106 G Street NW
Tel: 202-994-6887
Email: xkang@gwu.edu

Shivraj Kanungo (Ph.D., The George Washington University)
Associate Professor of Management Science
Research Interests: Outsourcing and software development, India

Funger Hall 415E
Tel: 202-994-3734
E-mail: kanungo@gwu.edu

D. Christopher Kayes (Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University)
Assistant Professor of Management Science
Research Interests: How Japanese and U.S. managers learn across cultures

Funger Hall 313
Tel: 202-994-4795
E-mail: dckayes@gwu.edu

Dane Kennedy (Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley)
Elmer Louis Kayser Professor of History and International Affairs
Research Interests: British Empire, colonialism in Africa and India, Modern Britain

Phillips 312, 801 22nd Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-6229
Fax: 202-994-6231
E-mail: dkennedy@gwu.edu

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Shaista Khilji (Ph.D., University of Cambridge)
Professor of Human and Organizational Learning & International Affairs
Research Interests: Asian business environment, human resource issues, culture, impact of globalization, leadership and management thought and practices. Professor Khilji is also the Founding Editor-in-Chief of South Asian Journal of Global Business Research.

2134 G Street, Suite 216
Tel: 202-994-1146
E-mail: sekhilji@gwu.edu

 

James A. Kilpatrick (Ph.D., University of Michigan)
Adjunct Professor of Economics & International Affairs
Research Interests: Economies of Japan and China; Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC)

Old Main Suite 208, 1922 F Street, NW
Fax: 202-994-6147
E-mail: kilptrk@gwu.edu

Jisoo Kim (Ph.D., Columbia University)
Korea Foundation Assistant Professor of History and International Affairs
Research Interests: Modern Korean history, women, sexuality and gender history, East Asian legal history

Phillips 315
801 22nd Street, NW
Tel: (202) 994-6761
Fax: (202) 994-6231
E-mail: jsk10@gwu.edu

Young C. Kim (Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania)
Professor Emeritus, Department of Political Science and International Affairs
Senior Counselor, Sigur Center for Asian Studies Program
Research Interests: Japanese and Korean domestic politics and foreign relations, Russian relations with East Asia, East Asian foreign relations

1957 E Street, NW, Suite 503X
Tel: 202-994-8851
Fax: 202-994-6096
E-mail: yckim@gwu.edu

Young-Key Kim-Renaud (Ph.D., University of Hawai'i)
Professor of Korean Language and Culture and International Affairs
Chair, Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures
Research Interests: Korean language, linguistics, literature, Asian humanities

Rome 467, 801 22nd Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-7107
Fax: 202-994-1512
E-mail: kimrenau@gwu.edu

Sandy Kita
Professorial Lecturer in Japanese

Rome Hall 461
Tel: (202) 994-6723
E-mail: taiyo@gwu.edu

Joel Kuipers (Ph.D., Yale University)
Professor of Anthropology, International Affairs, and Human Sciences
Research Interests: Cultures of Southeast Asia, Southeast Asian development

Building X Room 201, 2112 G Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-6545
Fax: 202-994-6097
E-mail: kuipers@gwu.edu

Young Hoon Kwak (Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley)
Associate Professor of Project Management
Research Interests: Korea, Strategic Issues in Project Management; Project Control; Process Improvement; Engineering, Construction, and Infrastructure Management.

Funger Hall 411, 2201 G Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-7115
E-mail: kwak@gwu.edu

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Marlene Laruelle (Ph.D., National Institute of Oriental Languages and Cultures)
Research Professor of International Affairs
Research Interests: Political science, sociology, identity issues, migrations in Russia, Arctic, and Central Asia

1957 E Street, NW, Suite 412
Tel: 202-994-3368
Fax: 202-994-5436
E-mail: laruelle@gwu.edu

Hui Li
Visiting Teaching Fellow, Chinese

454 Rome Hall
Tel: 202-994-7103
E-mail: lihui@gwu.edu

Lynda Maddox (Ph.D., Southern Illinois University)
Professor of Marketing and Advertising
Research Interests: China, advertising, consumer behavior, communications, focus group research, marketing management, experiential learning

Funger Hall 301D
Tel: 202-994-8204
E-mail:maddox@gwu.edu

Edward A. McCord (Ph.D., University of Michigan)
Associate Professor of History & International Affairs
Director, Taiwan Education and Research Program
Research Interests: Modern Chinese history; socio-political history; civil-military relations

1957 E Street, NW, Suite 503M
Tel: 202-994-5785
Fax: 202-994-6096
E-mail: mccord@gwu.edu

Shawn McHale (Ph.D., Cornell University)
Associate Professor of History & International Affairs
Research Interests: Southeast Asian history, colonialism and decolonization, Vietnam

1957 E Street, NW, Suite 503J
Tel: 202-994-2760
Fax: 202-994-6096
E-mail: mchale@gwu.edu

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Marilyn Merritt (Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania)
Professorial Lecturer in Anthropology
Research Interests: Language and media in public places and spaces; creativity, interdisciplinarity, and social change; situated discourse analysis; ritual and civility; education and visual literacies; cross-cultural understanding and scientific collaboration, India

E-mail: marilyn@merritt.to

Barbara Miller (Ph.D., Syracuse University)
Professor of Anthropology and International Affairs
Associate Dean for Faculty
Director, Culture in Global Affairs Research and Policy Program
Research Interests: Medical anthropology, South Asia

1957 E Street, NW, Suite 401
Tel: 202-994-7257
Fax: 202-994-0335
E-mail: barbar@gwu.edu

Mike Mochizuki (Ph.D., Harvard University)
Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs
Associate Dean for Academic Programs
Japan-U.S. Relations Chair in Memory of Gaston Sigur
Research Interests: Japanese foreign policy and domestic politics, U.S.-Japan relations, international relations in East Asia

1957 E Street, NW, Suite 401
Tel: 202-994-7074
Fax: 202-994-0335
E-mail: mochizuk@gwu.edu

Henry R. Nau (Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, SAIS)
Professor of Political Science and International Affairs
Director, U.S.-Japan-South Korea Legislative Exchange Program
Research Interests: U.S. foreign economic policy, international political economy, science, technology, and international affairs

1957 E Street, NW, Suite 501
Tel: 202-994-3167
Fax: 202-994-5477
E-mail: nau@gwu.edu

Deepa Ollapally (Ph.D., Columbia University)
Associate Director of The Sigur Center for Asian Studies
Research Professor of International Affairs
Research Interests: South Asian regional security, comparative politics of South Asia,
nuclear nonproliferation, terrorism, gender and international security

1957 E Street, NW, Suite 503R
Tel: 202-994-8854
Fax: 202-994-6096
E-mail: deepao@gwu.edu

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Miok Pak (Ph.D., Georgetown University)
Teaching Insturctor in Korean Language
Research Interests: Korean language syntax, semantics, morphology, pedagogy and second language acquisition

Rome 467, 801 22nd Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-4524
E-mail: pakm@gwu.edu

Yoon-Shik Park (Ph.D., The George Washington University)
Professor of International Banking and Finance
Research Interests: Korea, international banking, international financial markets, multilateral development banks, financial institutions

Funger Hall 401U
Tel: 202-994-8215
E-mail: yspark@gwu.edu

Sebastien Peyrouse (Ph.D., National Institute of Oriental Languages and Cultures)
Research Professor of International Affairs
Research Interests: Political systems, economic development, and religion in Central Asia; Central Asia's geopolitical positioning toward China, India and South Asia.

1957 E Street, NW, Suite 412
Tel: 202-994-3368
Fax: 202-994-7743
E-mail: speyrouse@gwu.edu

Judith Plotz (Ph.D., Harvard University)
Professor of English and Human Sciences
Research Interests: British romanticism, children's literature, Indian literature in English

801 22nd St NW Rome Hall 662
Tel: 202-994-1458
E-mail: jplotz@gwu.edu

Tashi Rabgey (Ph.D., Harvard University)
Research Professor of International Affairs
Research Interests: State theory and legal pluralism; international legal theory and territorial politics; Chinese constitutionalism and nationality law; public policy and governance in Tibet; Sino-Tibetan relations, Greater China

1957 E Street, NW, Suite 501-L
E-mail: trabgey@gwu.edu

Ariana Rabindranath (MA, Ohio University)
Associate Director and Research Instructor, Global Gender Program
Research Interests: Women's political participation in Asia, violence against women in Asia, Southeast Asian arts and culture

1957 E Street, NW, Suite 501-D
Tel: 202-994-8756
E-mail: rabindranath@gwu.edu

Pradeep Rau (D.B.A., Kent State University)
Professor of Marketing
Research Interests: India, marketing research, marketing strategy, international marketing

Funger Hall 303
Tel: 202-994-4989
E-mail: prau@gwu.edu

Prabhavati Reddy (Ph.D., Harvard University)
Professorial Lecturer and Research Scholar
Research Interests: South Asian religions (primary field Hinduism), Sanskrit literature, womens studies and art history

2106 G Street, NW, Room 101
Tel: 202-994-6325
Fax: 202-994-9379
E-mail: pcreddy@gwu.edu

Sean Roberts (Ph.D., University of Southern California)
Associate Professor of the Practice of International Affairs
Director, International Development Studies Program
Research Interests: Development theory, democracy development, media and development, culture and politics, indigenous rights, Central Asia, former Soviet Union, and China

1957 E Street, Suite 501G
Tel: 202- 994-5767
Email: seanrr@gwu.edu

Mitsuyo Sato (MAT, Georgetown University)
Lecturer, Japanese
Research Interests: Japanese language

Rome 461, 801 22nd Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-6723
E-mail: satom@gwu.edu

Rika Seya (MA, University of Oregon)
Lecturer, Japanese
Research Interests: Japanese language

Rome 461, 801 22nd Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-6723
E-mail: rikaseya@gwu.edu

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David Shambaugh (Ph.D., University of Michigan)
Professor of Political Science and International Affairs
Director, China Policy Program
Research Interests: Chinese politics and foreign policy, U.S.-China relations, China's military and security, international relations of the Asia-Pacific region

1957 E Street, NW, Suite 503G
Tel: 202-994-5887
Fax: 202-994-6096
E-mail: shambaug@gwu.edu

Robert J. Shepherd (Ph.D., George Mason University)
Assistant Professor, Anthropology, Honors & International Affairs
Research Interests: Tourism, cultural heritage issues, side effects of market changes in China

Tel: 202-994-4395
Fax: 202-994-6096
E-mail: rshepher@gwu.edu

Stephen C. Smith (Ph.D., Cornell University)
Professor of Economics and International Affairs
Director of the Institute for International Economic Policy
Research Interests: Development economics, economics of participation, and economics of organization

1957 E Street, NW, Suite 502
Tel: (202) 994-8086
Fax: (202) 994-5477
E-mail: ssmith@gwu.edu

Ronald Spector (Ph.D., Yale University)
Professor of History & International Affairs
Research Interests: 20th Century war and diplomacy in the Asia-Pacific

Phillips 332, 801 22nd Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-6425
Fax: 202-994-6231
E-mail: spector@gwu.edu

Janet Steele (Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University)
Associate Professor of Media and Public Affairs
Research Interests: History of journalism, ideology and professional practices of journalism, press in modern Indonesia, narrative journalism, media in the developing world

Media and Public Affairs, 805 21st St., NW, Room 421
Tel: 202-994-2004
Fax: 202-994-5806
E-mail: jesteele@gwu.edu

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Steven M. Suranovic (Ph.D., Cornell University)
Associate Professor of Economics
Research Interests: International trade theory and policy, fairness and trade, theory of addiction

1957 E Street, NW, Suite 501
Tel: 202-994-7579
E-mail: smsuran@gwu.edu

Robert Sutter (Ph.D., Harvard University)
Professor of Practice of International Affairs
Research Interests: Politics and foreign relations of Taiwan, international politics of East Asia, U.S. policy towards Asia

1957 E Street, NW, Suite 503-R
Tel: 202-994-5886
Fax: 202-994-6096
E-mail: sutterr@gwu.edu

Emmanuel Teitelbaum (Ph.D., Cornell University)
Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs
Research Interests: South Asian politics and development
On Sabbatical AY 2013-2014

Monroe Hall 411, 2115 G St, NW
Tel: 202-994-9125
Fax: 202-994-7743
E-mail: ejt@gwu.edu

 

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Richard Thornton (Ph.D., University of Washington)
Professor of History and International Affairs
Research Interests: U.S. foreign policy, Sino-Russian relations

Phillips 331, 801 22nd Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-6230
Fax: 202-994-6231
E-mail: rthornto@gwu.edu

Alvin Tsao
Lecturer, East Asian Calligraphy
Research Interests: U.S. foreign policy, Sino-Russian relations

451 Rome Hall
Tel: 202-994-2003
E-mail: aytsao@gwu.edu

Takae Tsujioka (Ph.D., Georgetown University)
Teaching Insturctor in the Japanese Language
Research Interests: Japanese language

Rome 465, 801 22nd Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-6727
E-mail: tsujioka@gwu.edu

Elanah Uretsky (Ph.D., Columbia University)
Assistant Professor of Global Health and Anthropology
Research Interests: China, gender, sexuality, masculinity, HIV/AIDS, chronic disease, governance of health

2175 K Street, NW, Suite 200
Tel: 202-994-6803
Fax: 202-994-1955
Email: euretsky@gwu.edu

John Wang
Lecturer, East Asian Calligraphy
Research Interests: East Asian calligraphy

Rome 451, 801 22nd Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-2003
E-mail: wangjo@gwu.edu

Miaochun Wei (MA, National Taiwan Normal University)
Teaching Instructor in the Chinese Language
Research Interests: Language pedagogy, second language acquisition, pragmatics

Rome 455, 801 22nd Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-4393
Fax: 202-994-1512
E-mail: mwei@gwu.edu

Robert Weiner (Ph.D., Harvard University)
Professor of International Business, Public Policy and Public Administration, and International Affairs
Research Interests: oil, international finance

Funger 401A, 2201 GStreet, NW
Tel: 202-994-5981
Fax: 202-994-7422
E-mail: rweiner@gwu.edu

James Williams (Ed.D., Harvard University)
Associate Professor of International Education and International Affairs
Associate Director, Office of International Activities, Graduate School of Education and Human Development
Research Interests: International education and development, educational planning and policy, Japan

2129 G Street, NW, Room 304
Tel: (202) 994-0831
Fax: (202) 994-0148
E-mail: jhw@gwu.edu

Richard Windsor (Ph.D., University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana)
Professor and Director, Doctoral Program in Behavioral Science
Research Interests: Evaluation of health promotion-disease prevention programs, China

2175 K Street, NW, #7019
Tel: 202-416-0086
E-mail: rwindsor@gwu.edu

Leslie Winston
Professorial Lecturer in Japanese

451 Rome Hall
Tel: 202-994-2003
E-mail: lwinston@gwu.edu

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Chen D. Yang (Ph.D., George Mason University)
Professor of of Chinese Studies and International Relations
Research Interests: Characteristics of Chinese language acquisition by non-native speakers; Speaking Proficiency Test (SPT); Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK); American Council on Education Evaluation and Review of Chinese Studies courses; and U.S.-China Relations

Rome Hall 451, 1957 E Street, N.W, Room 503H
Tel: 202-994-2003
E-mail: cyang99@gwu.edu

 

Daqing Yang (Ph.D., Harvard University)
Director, Asian Studies Program
Associate Professor of History and International Affairs
Research Interests: Japanese history and East Asian reconciliation

Elliott School, 1957 E Street, N.W, Room 503H
Tel: 202-994-8262
Fax: 202-994-6231
E-mail: yanghist@gwu.edu

Jiawen Yang (Ph.D., New York University)
Professor of International Business & International Affairs
Research Interests: Business environment in China

Funger 401B
Tel: 202-994-8709
Fax: 202-994-7422
E-mail: jwyang@gwu.edu

Anri Yasuda (Ph.D., Columbia University)
Assistant Professor of Japanese Language and Literature
Research Interests: Modern and contemporary Japanese fiction and literary criticism

Rome Hall 462
Tel: 202-994-7106
Fax: 202-994-7106
E-mail: ayasuda@gwu.edu

Liang (Larry) Yu (Ph.D., University of Oregon)
Professor of Tourism and Hospitality Management
Research Interests: Hotel management, tourism in Asia

Funger Hall 301U
Tel: 202-994-8740
E-mail: lyu@gwu.edu

Hang Zhang (Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill )
Assistant Professor of Chinese Language and Linguistics
Research Interests: Chinese language and linguistics

Rome Hall 469
Tel: (202) 994-7106
E-mail: jzm@gwu.edu

Jun Zhang (MA, Beijing Normal University)
Lecturer, Chinese
Research Interests: Chinese language, Chinese media, prose and fiction writing

Rome Hall 454
Tel: (202) 994-7103
E-mail: jzm@gwu.edu

Phyllis Ni Zhang (Ed.D., Columbia University)
Assistant Professor of Chinese and International Affairs
Research Interests: Second language acquisition; Chinese proficiency assessment; Chinese language pedagogy and technology

Rome 463, 801 22nd Street, NW
Tel: 202-994-5051
Fax: 202-994-1512
E-mail: zhang@gwu.edu

Xianghuan Zhang (Ph.D., GWU)
Professorial Lecturer of Chinese
Research Interests: Chinese Culture Through Films, Chinese Women

Rome 451,
Tel: 202-482-1168
E-mail: joyzhang@gwu.edu

Jing Zhong
Librarian, China Documentation Center

Gelman Library, Rm707D
2130 H St., NW
Tel: 202-994-0624
Fax: 202-994-7845
E-mail: zhong@gwu.edu


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