Hire a Georgetown Ph.D

Hire a Georgetown Ph.D.

The following advanced Ph.D candidates and recent graduates of our Ph.D program are currently on the academic job market (2017-2018):

Candidate Name Email Address Major Field Dissertation Title Dissertation Advisors

Jack Santucci 

jack@voteguy.com 

American Government 

"Three Articles on Proportional Representation in American Cities (with an Introduction)" 

Hans Noel, Kent Weaver, Dan Hopkins,  and Josep Colomer 

Jacob Lupfer 

jl644@georgetown.edu 

American Government

"Three Articles on Religion in American Politics" 

Clyde Wilcox, E.J. Dionne, and Michele Swers 

Christine Kim 

cnc3@georgetown.edu 

American Government 

 

"Three Papers on the Political Attitudes of Evangelical Protestants at the Beginning of the New Millennium"

Clyde Wilcox, Jonathan Ladd, and Laura Olson (Clemson)

Paula Ganga 

pdg23@georgetown.edu 

Comparative Government 

"States within Markets. Elites, Institutions and the Politics of Privatization-Nationalization Cycles" 

Marc Howard, Harley Balzer, Erik Voeten, and Matthew Carnes 

Devin Finn 

d.finn@uniandes.edu.co 

Comparative Government

 "Civilian Participation in Violent Politics and Revolution: Ideology, Networks, and Action in Peru and India" 

Charles King, Daniel Nexon, and Emmanuel Teitelbaum (GWU)

Binio S. Binev 

bsb29@georgetown.edu 

Comparative Government 

"Political Institutions and the Populist Syndrome: Latin America and Post-communist Europe in Comparative Perspective"

Marc Howard, Diana Kapiszewski, Jeff Anderson, and Charles King

Ahmad Farid Tookhy 

at449@georgetown.edu 

Comparative Government 

"Modern State, Secularism, and Political Contestation: A Study of Iran, Turkey, and Afghanistan in Early Twentieth Century"

Prof. Charles King, Robert Douglass, Marc Howard, and Anatol Lieven

Wilmot Allen 

waa4@georgetown.edu 

Comparative Government 

"Norms and Institutional Design of Sovereign Wealth Funds in Sub-Saharan Africa and Middle East"
 

Scott Taylor, Andrew Bennett, and Raj Desai 

Jennifer Raymond Dresden 

jgr28@georgetown.edu 

Comparative Government 

"By Other Means: Combatant Capabilities, Institutional Choice, & Electoral Competition after Civil Wars" 

Marc Morjé Howard, Charles King, Lise Howard, and Desha Girod

Rebecca Davis Gibbons 

rebeccadavisgibbons@gmail.com 

International Relations 

"American Hegemony and the Politics of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime"

Dr. Keir Lieber, Dr. Matthew Kroenig, Dr. Elizabeth Stanley, and Dr. Dan Nexon.
 

Sungmin Cho 

sc1282@georgetown.edu 

International Relations 
 

"Authoritarian Counterstrategy against Western Democracy Promotion: The China Model"

Victor Cha, Marc Howard, and Kristen Looney

Rebecca Lissner 

rrlissner@gmail.com 

International Relations 

"Grand Strategic Crucibles: The Lasting Effects of Military Intervention on State Strategy"

David Edelstein, Daniel Byman, and Daniel Nexon

Dani Nedal 

dkn6@georgetown.edu 

International Relations 

"Cities and Vulnerability: How Urban Geography Shapes International Security" 

Matthew Kroenig, Daniel Nexon, David Edelstein, and Erik Voeten 

Haillie Na-Kyung Lee 

nl224@georgetown.edu 

International Relations 

"Three Essays on MNC and Investment Treaties "

Erik Voeten, Dennis Quinn, Christina Davis (Princeton), and Jennifer Tobin 

Alexandra Stark 

as3459@georgetown.edu 

International Relations 

"Gun at a Knife Fight: Regional Power Intervention in Civil Wars in the Middle East and North Africa, 1957-2015"
 

Dr. Lise M. Howard, Dr. Andrew Bennett, and Dr. Daniel Byman

Gloria Jin Kim 

gjk23@georgetown.edu 

International Relations 

"Childhood in Arms: Terminating the Participation of Children in War"

Andrew Bennett, Lise Howard,  and Joshua Cherniss

Yu-Ming Liou 

yl254@georgetown.edu 

International Relations 

"How Globalization Becomes Politicized: Three Essays on Micro-Preferences on International Trade and Investment" 

Marc Busch, Erik Voeten, and Michael Bailey
 

Gianna Englert 

ge47@georgetown.edu 

Political Theory 

"Industry and Inclusion: Economic and Political Membership in French Liberal Thought" 

 

Richard Boyd, Dr. Bruce Douglass, Dr. Shannon Stimson, and Dr. Cheryl Welch (Harvard)

Joseph E. Hartman 

jeh93@georgetown.edu 

Political Theory 

"In His Image: God and Man in the Political Philosophy of Reinhold Niebuhr"

Joshua Mitchell, Patrick Deneen, E.J. Dionne, Jr., and David Walsh

Justin Pinkerman 

jp1386@georgetown.edu 

Political Theory 

"The Abolition of Emerson: The Secularization of America's Poet-Priest and the New Social Tyranny It Signals"

Dr. Richard Boyd, Dr. Bruce Douglass, and Dr. Joshua Cherniss