Affiliates

Affiliates of the Global Gender Program (GGP) are faculty who teach courses relevant to the GGP mission and who regularly participate in GGP research projects and proposals.

Across GW

photo: Attiya AhmadAttiya Ahmad, Assistant Professor of Anthropology


photo: Semhar AraiaSemhar Araia, Professorial Lecturer, the Elliott School of International Affairs; Founder, Diaspora African Women’s Network


Diane Bell, Emerita Professor of Anthropology


Andrea Bertone, Professorial Lecturer, the Elliott School of International Affairs; Director, Center for Gender Equity, FHI 360


Imani M. Cheers, Assistant Professor of Media and Public Affairs


photo: Michele ClarkMichele Clark, Lecturer, the Elliott School of International Affairs


photo: Kristen CordellKristen Cordell, Ph.D. candidate, War Studies, King's College London; Visiting Scholar, the Elliott School of International Affairs, GW


photo: Mary EllsbergMary Ellsberg, Director, Global Women's Institute


photo: Christina FinkChristina Fink, Professor of Practice of International Affairs


photo: Jane HenriciJane Henrici, Professorial Lecturer, the Elliott School of International Affairs; Study Director, Institute for Women's Policy Research


photo: Shaista KhiljiShaista E Khilji, Professor of Human and Organizational Learning and International Affairs


photo: Marlene LaruelleMarlene Laruelle, Research Professor of International Affairs


photo: Khadidiatou NdiayeKhadidiatou Ndiaye, Assistant Professor of Global Health


photo: Deepa OllapallyDeepa Ollapally, Research Professor of International Affairs


Andrea Powell, Lecturer, the Elliott School of International Affairs; Co-founder and Executive Director, FAIR Girls


photo: Sean RobertsSean Roberts, Associate Professor of Practice of International Affairs


photo: Natacha Stevanovic-FennNatacha Stevanovic-Fenn, Professorial Lecturer, the Elliott School of International Afairs


photo: Aisling SwaineAisling Swaine, Associate Professor of Practice of International Affairs


photo: Beth VannBeth Vann, Professorial Lecturer, the Elliott School of International Affairs


photo: James WilliamsJames Williams, Associate Professor of Education and Development and International Affairs


External

Akash Acharya, Associate Professor, Centre for Social Studies, Indian Council of Social Science Research

Deborah Caro, Co-Director, Cultural Practice, LLC

Deborah Rubin, Co-Director, Cultural Practice, LLC

Hermon Farahi, Co-Founder, Circle Group Media; Co-Founder, The Artifact Collective

Sarah Shahed, Professor and Director, Department of Gender and Development Studies, Lahore College Women's University

Spotlight

Women still face a fight for recognition in war and peace

The Guardian referenced the GGP/IGIS publication "Women in Peace and Security through United Nations Security Resolution 1325" (.pdf) in this article on the impact of the Resolution 15 years after its passage.

Mikaela Romero Awarded 2014-2015 Michele Manatt Fellowship

Mikaela is an M.A. candidate of International Affairs at the Elliott School of International Affairs. In this capacity, she explores topics of international development and global gender equality.

What Works? Promoting Gender Equality and the Implementation of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 in Military Operations

The year 2015, marks the 15th Anniversary of the adoption of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 which established the women in peace and security agenda.