Announcements

The Duke International Travel Policy is now available online.

The Travel Policy is in effect as of January 22, 2008.

https://eruditio.aas.duke.edu/international/

News and Events

View the latest International News and Events on the Duke International homepage

Duke International Faculty Database

Explore the range of faculty engagement with world regions and global issues by browsing the Faculty Database System or by searching for particular keywords (major world area, country, research topic, etc).

While the Duke International website strives to provide a comprehensive listing of Duke faculty with international research interests, you may also find additional information by exploring school-specific faculty listings


Duke International: Faculty     List alphabetically  by specialties  photos

Professors:Associate Professors:
  • Stanley Abe, Associate Professor, Art & Art History
  • Mark Antliff, Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Art & Art History
  • Carol Apollonio, Associate Professor of the Practice, Slavic Languages & Literature
  • Lee D. Baker, Associate Professor, Cultural Anthropology and Dean of Academic Affairs of Trinity College
  • M. Elizabeth C. Bartlet, Associate Professor, Music
  • Ian Baucom, Associate Professor & Director of Undergraduate Studies, English
  • Leo Ching, Associate Professor and Chair, Asian & African Languages & Literatures
  • Romand Coles, Associate Professor, Political Science and Germanic Languages and Literature and Director of Graduate Studies, Political Science
  • Robert F. Conrad, Associate Professor and Director ofUndergraduate Studies, Public Policy Studies and Director, Duke Center for International Development
  • Sheila Dillon, Associate Professor, Art & Art History and secondary faculty/Classical Studies
  • Hitomi Endo, Associate Professor of the Practice, Asian & African Languages & Literature
  • Janet J. Ewald, Associate Professor, History
  • Katherine P. Ewing, Associate Professor, Cultural Anthropology, and Chair, Arts and Sciences Council
  • Grant Farred, Associate Professor, Literature
  • Michael T. Ferejohn, Associate Professor, Philosophy
  • Fernando R. Fernholz, Associate Professor of the Practice, Public Policy Studies
  • John D. French, Director of Undergraduate Studies, History
  • Christopher Gelpi, Associate Professor, Political Science
  • Jehanne Gheith, Associate Professor and Director, International Comparative Studies Program
  • Malachi H. Hacohen, Associate Professor, History
  • Michael Hardt, Director of Graduate Studies, Literature
  • Micaela W. Janan, Associate Professor, Classical Studies
  • Keval K. Khalsa, Associate Professor of the Practice, Dance
  • Satendra Khanna, Associate Professor of the Practice, Asian & African Languages & Literature
  • Kun Shan C. Lee, Associate Professor of the Practice, Asian & African Languages & Literature
  • David M. Malone, Associate Professor of the Practice and DUS, Education
  • Sucheta Mazumdar, Associate Professor, History
  • Jody McAuliffe, Associate Professor of the Practice, Theater Studies
  • Margaret A. McKean, Associate Professor, Political Science, and Secondary Appointment with Nicholas School of Environment and Earth Sciences
  • Marie Lynn Miranda, Gabel Associate Professor of the Practice of Environmental Ethics and Sustainable Development, Public Policy Studies and Director of Undergraduate Programs
  • Michael M. Morton, Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Germanic Languages and Literature
  • Michael V. Moses, Associate Professor, English
  • Diane M. Nelson, Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Cultural Anthropology
  • Kristen Neuschel, Associate Professor, History
  • Simon Partner, Associate Professor, History
  • Joost H. Pauwelyn, Associate Professor, Law
  • Gunther W. Peck, Associate Professor of Public Policy Studies and History
  • Charles D. Piot, Assoicate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, Cultural Anthropology
  • Kathy A. Psomiades, Associate Professor, English
  • Ann M. Rasmussen, Associate Professor, Germanic Languages and Literature
  • Thomas Robisheaux, Associate Professor, History
  • Laurie Shannon, Associate Professor, English
  • Tianjian Shi, Associate Professor, Political Science
  • Stephanie Sieburth, Associate Professor of Spanish and Women Studies, Associate Director of Graduate Studies, Romance Studies
  • Helen Solterer, Associate Professor, Romance Studies; French
  • Fiona Somerset, Associate Professor, English
  • Susan Thorne, Associate Professor, History
  • Priscilla Wald, Associate Professor of English, and Associate Professor of Women's Studies
  • Ingeborg C. Walther, Associate Professor of the Practice and Chair, Germanic Languages and Literature
  • Kathi Weeks, Associate Professor, Women's Studies
  • Jose Wynne, Associate Professor of Economics, Fuqua School of Business
  • Tomiko Yoda, Associate Professor, Asian and African Languages and Literature
Assistant Professors:Assistant Research Professors:Adjunct Professors:
  • Chuck W. Byrd, Associate Dean, Academic Affairs, Arts & Sciences and Adjunct Associate Professor, Romance Studies; French
  • George D. Gopen, Senior Lecturing Fellow, English
  • Kimerly Rorschach, Adjunct Professor of Art History, Art & Art History, and Director Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University
  • Laura E Schlosberg, Assistant to the Dean of Trinity College and Adjunct Assistant Professor, History
  • Anne L Schroder, Adjunct Assistant Professor, Art & Art History, and Associate Curator, Nasher Museum of Art
  • Sarah Schroth, Adjunct Associate Professor, Art & Art History, and Nancy Hanks Senior Curator, Nasher Museum of Art
Professors Emeriti:Instructors:
  • Christa T. Johns, Director, Duke Berlin Program, Germanic Languages and Literature
  • Azusa Saito, Instructor, Asian & African Languages & Literature
Lecturers:Post Docs/Research Associates:
  • Yvonne M. Ivory, Postdoctoral Lecturing Fellow, Germanic Languages and Literature
Visiting Faculty:Others:Others:
  • Tina M Campt, Interim Director, Women's Studies
  • Gilbert W. Merkx, Vice Provost For International Affairs & Development and Professor Of The Practice, Sociology