International and Intra-state Conflict Faculty

Research Director

Miriam Elman, Associate Professor, Political Science

Faculty Associates

Unless otherwise noted, all PARCC associates are at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University.

Lamis Abdelaaty, Assistant Professor, Political Science

Jeb Beagles, Assistant Professor, Public Administration and International Affairs

Brian Brege, Assistant Professor, History

Stuart Brown, Professor of Practice and Vice Chair, Public Administration and International Affairs

Kristy Buzard, Associate Professor, Economics

Bruce Dayton, Director, CONTACT-  Conflict Transformation Across Cultures- School for International Training (SIT) 

Renee de Nevers, Associate Professor, Public Administration and International Affairs

Gavan Duffy, Associate Professor, Political Science

Catherine Gerard, Director, Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration (PARCC); Associate Director, Executive Education Program

Ryan Griffiths, Associate Professor, Political Science

Margaret Hermann, Professor, Political Science; Director, Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs

Azra Hromadzic, Associate Professor, Anthropology

Sandra D. Lane, Professor, Public Health, Falk College of Sport & Human Dynamics and Anthropology, at Syracuse University 

Gladys McCormick, Associate Professor, History

Terrell Northrup, Assistant Professor, International Relations

Deborah Pellow, Professor and Undergraduate Director, Anthropology

Robert A. Rubinstein, Distinguished Professor, Anthropology and Professor, International Relations 

Shane Sanders, Associate Professor, Sports Economics & Analytics, Falk College of Sport & Human Dynamics, Syracuse University

Nazanin Shahrokni, Assistant Professor, Sociology

Brian Taylor, Professor and Chair, Political Science

Stuart Thorson, Professor Emeritus, Political Science and International Relations

Cori Zoli, Research Assistant Professor, Political Science; Director of Research, Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism