We seek to communicate and explore societal implications of climate change through the arts, humanities, and social sciences. The questions we ask range from how the arts can cultivate systemic societal change to how social media, digital social networks, and AI-assisted analysis of discourse can inform our understanding of how climate change information and disinformation spread.
Meet Our Faculty
Associate ProfessorPolitical Science, Climate Change Initiative
International Security, Foreign Policy, Global Environmental Politics
Assistant ProfessorEconomics, Climate Change Initiative
Environmental Economics and Policy, Risk, Natural Hazards, Disaster Mitigation, Climate Change
Chair, Associate ProfessorEconomics, SWIMMER, Global Studies, Climate Change Initiative
Experimental Economics, Environmental Economics, Public Policy
Department Chair, Associate Professor, Research and Evaluation in EducationSchool of Education, Center for Program Evaluation, Climate Change Initiative
ProfessorEnglish, Climate Change Initiative
British and American modernist literature, composition and rhetoric, and gender studies.
Professor and Director of Security StudiesSchool of Criminology and Justice Studies, Climate Change Initiative
Political Violence and Extremism, Security Policy and Politics, Far-Right Politics (Europe, US and Israel), Political Socialization, Middle Eastern Politics, Research Methodology (SNA).
Associate ProfessorArt & Design Department, Climate Change Initiative
Associate ProfessorArt & Design Department
Emeritus Professor, Senior Research Fellow, Acting Director 2016-17Political Science, Climate Change Initiative
Public Policy, International Political Economy, British Politics
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