Expert Guide

CIS faculty and scholars are available to members of the media who seek comment and background information on issues related to international affairs. The best way to reach our experts is to contact them directly. If additional information is needed, please contact Michelle English, the Center’s Communications Officer.

CIS faculty and scholars are available to members of the media who seek comment and background information on issues related to international affairs. The best way to reach our experts is to contact them directly. If additional information is needed, please contact Michelle English, the Center’s Communications Officer.

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Malick Ghachem Expertise: slavery and abolition, criminal law, constitutional history with expertise in Haiti, French colonial, American legal history mghachem@mit.edu617-324-7284E51-291
Eugene Gholz

Associate Professor at the LBJ School of Public Affairs
University of Texas at Austin

Expertise: National security, defense, U.S. foreign policy
egholz@alum.mit.edu512-471-5882The University of Texas at Austin - SRH 3.357
Kelly M Greenhill

Director, Seminar XXI Program
Senior Research Scholar and Visiting Associate Professor, CIS
Leverhulme Trust Visiting Professor, SOAS, UK
Associate Professor, Tufts University

Expertise: Foreign and defense policy, politics of information, military force, civil wars and insurgencies, migration as a weapon, and international crime as a challenge to domestic governance.
kmg2@mit.eduE40-467

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Mariya Grinberg

Assistant Professor of Political Science
Member, Security Studies Program

Expertise: International relations theory, international security, political economy of security, wartime trade, order formation, sovereignty, state decline
mgrin@mit.eduE40-479

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