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Carl T. Dahlman photo Carl T. Dahlman
Ph.D. (Geography)
University of Kentucky
Professor of Geography
MacMillan Hall
(513) 529-5027
Interests: Political geography, critical geopolitics, population/migration/refugees, Europe, former Yugoslavia, Middle East

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Melanie Ziegler
Ph.D. (Political Science)
Miami University
Lecturer of International Studies; Chief Program Advisor
111-C Upham Hall
(513) 529-9305
Interests: Politics of Latin America and the Caribbean, especially US-Cuba relations

Sheldon Anderson photoSheldon Anderson
Ph.D. (History)
University of Minnesota
Professor of History and International Studies
236 Upham Hall
(513) 529-1447
Interests: European diplomatic history, especially Polish history in the 20th century

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Mark Peterson
Ph.D. (Anthropology)
Brown University
Professor of Anthropology and International Studies
124-B Upham Hall
(513) 529-5018
Interests: Cultural and media anthropology and the Middle East and India

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Charles Stevens
Ph.D. (Anthropology)
University of Arizona
Lecturer of American Studies and International Studies
111-A Upham Hall
(513) 529-1926
Interests: Cultural anthropology in the Pacific Islands and local agricultural sustainability

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Stanley Toops
Ph.D. (Geography)
University of Washington
Associate Professor of Geography and International Studies
235 Shideler Hall
(513) 529-5558
Interests: Cultural geography, especially in China and Central Asia

Dilchoda Berdieva
Ph.D. (Political Science)
Miami University
Lecturer, International Studies
64A Upham Hall
(513) 529-2746
Interests: Central Asian politics, migration/immigration, and minorities
Edward C. Holland
Ph.D. (Geography)
University of Colorado - Boulder
Postdoctoral Fellow
233B Shideler Hall
(513) 529-2891
Interests: Political geography, cultural geography, popular geopolitics, religion, migration, conflict, Russia
Kathryn LaFever
Ph.D. (Educational Leadership)
Miami University
Visiting Assistant Professor of International Studies
115 Upham Hall
(513) 529-0658
Interests: Interdisciplinary and international education as well as sustainability, pilgrimage and tourism, culture-led urban regeneration, and gender issues mostly in Europe and Asia
Christopher Sarver
Ph.D. (Political Science)
State University of New York at Albany
Visiting Assistant Professor of International Studies
111-D Upham Hall
(513) 529-1944
Interests: Role of multinational corporations on developing countries and U.S. foreign policy


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