Research Supervision

 
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Dissertation Committee Member

Deirdre Q. Martin

Dissertation “Acquisition Strategies and Military Capabilities in Japan.” Ph.D. in Political Science in progress, University of California, Berkeley.

 

Dissertation Committee Member

Seonhee Kim

Dissertation “Protests under Authoritarian/Hybrid Regimes: Political Economy in the Post-Socialist States.” Ph.D. in International Studies in progress, University of Washington.

 

Dissertation Committee Member (GSR)

Emily Kalah Gade

Dissertation “Connection and Resistance: Civilian Experiences of Violence in Conflict Zones and their Impact on Civilians’ Political Preferences for Violent and Nonviolent Resistance.” Ph.D. in Political Science awarded 2017, University of Washington; Postdoctoral Fellow, Moore/Sloan & WRF Innovation in Data Science at the eScience Institute; and Acting Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Washington.

 

Dissertation Committee Member

Steve Smith

Dissertation “Winning Friends and Influencing People with Guns: Understanding the Growth of Chinese Military Diplomacy.”  Ph.D. in International Studies awarded 2016, University of Washington. Professor of Aerospace Studies and Commander, AFROTC Detachment 860 at Utah State University.

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Dissertation Committee Member

Greg Guedel

Dissertation: “Assessing Political Economy in Native American Nations.” Ph.D. in International Studies awarded 2016, University of Washington;. Attorney-at-Law, Hobbs, Straus Dean & Walker, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

 
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Dissertation Committee Member

Crystal Pryor

Dissertation: “Beyond Economics and Security: Strategic Export Control Practices in Advanced Countries.”Ph.D. in Political Science awarded 2016, University of Washington. Postdoctoral Fellow Program on U.S.-Japan Relations, Harvard University; Program Director/Research Fellow, Pacific Forum CSIS.

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Dissertation Committee Member (GSR)

David J. Kuenzel

Dissertation “Essays on Institutional and Macroeconomic Aspects of International Trade.” Ph.D. in Economics awarded 2014, University of Washington; Assistant Professor, Department of Economics, Wesleyan University.

 

Dissertation Committee Member

Mike Strausz

Dissertation: “Cetaceans and Citizens: International Norms and Debates about National Identity in Japan.” Ph.D. in Political Science awarded 2007, University of Washington; Associate Professor, Department of Political Science; and Director of Asian Studies, Texas Christian University.