Ph.D. Candidate, Brown University
Professor of History, Northwestern University
ACLS New Faculty Fellow and Lecturer in History, and Associate Director of the Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies, University of Virginia
Dr. Piotr H. Kosicki specializes in the transnational history of 20th-century Europe, focusing particularly on religion, politics, and the history of ideas. He earned a Ph.D. in History from Princeton University for his work on state socialism’s reshaping of Catholicism in 20th-century Poland and France. Currently under preparation is his book entitled Between Catechism and Revolution: Catho...
Professor, Universite du Quebec a Montreal
Professor of Anthropology and French Studies, Georgetown University
Dr. Susan Terrio holds a joint appointment in the Departments of Anthropology and French of Georgetown University. She teaches courses in English and French on social class, cultural systems, national identity, race, ethnicity, migration, and the anthropology of food. Her areas of expertise include migration, ethnicity, human rights, juvenile and immigration law in cross-cultural perspective, food...
Former Associate Director of the Woodrow Wilson Center and Former Director of the West European Studies Program
Samuel F. Wells has taught at both Wellesley College and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. At the Wilson Center, he founded the International Security Studies Program in 1977 and directed that program until 1985. Since then he has served as Associate Director and Deputy Director of the Center while also serving as Director of West European Studies.His most rece...
Lecturer, University of Kent at Canterbury