Administration

Caroline Elkins

Caroline Elkins

Executive Committee; Faculty Associate. Oppenheimer Faculty Director of the Center for African Studies; Professor of History, Department of History; Professor of African and African American Studies,
Department of African and African American Studies, Harvard University.

Research interests: Late colonial Kenya and the Mau Mau emergency; postconflict resolution; violence and memory; Christianity; and empire.

(617) 495-2568
Shinju Fujihira

Shinju Fujihira

Executive Director of the Program on U.S.-Japan Relations.

Research interests: Finance and international strategic competition; comparative and international political economy; and Japanese politics and foreign policy.

(617) 495-1890
Theodore J. Gilman

Theodore J. Gilman

Executive Director; Executive Committee.

Research interests: Comparative and international politics of Japan and East Asia; urban politics and revitalization; disaster preparedness …

(617) 495-2125
Andrew Gordon

Andrew Gordon

Executive Committee; Faculty Associate. Lee and Juliet Folger Fund Professor of History, Department of History, Harvard University.

Research interests: The discourse and political economy of Japan’s “lost decades” of the 1990s and 2000s.

(617) 495-3220
Peter A. Hall

Peter A. Hall

Senior Adviser, Executive Committee; Faculty Associate. Krupp Foundation Professor of European Studies, Department of Government, Harvard University.

Research interests: US-Europe relations; the European community; comparative political economy; and comparative public-policy making.

(617) 495-4303 x229
Alicia G. Harley

Alicia G. Harley

Executive Committee; Graduate Student Associate; Hartley R. Rogers Dissertation Completion Fellow. PhD Candidate in Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School.

Research interests: Policies, technologies, and programs that benefit the rural poor.

J. Bryan Hehir

J. Bryan Hehir

Senior Adviser, Executive Committee; Faculty Associate. Parker Gilbert Montgomery Professor of the Practice of Religion and Public Life, Harvard Kennedy School; Secretary for Health and Social Services, Archdiocese of Boston.

Research interests: Ethics of intervention; politics and ethics of nonproliferation; empirical-normative status of sovereignty; and the role of religion in world politics.

(617) 384-7776

Diego Hidalgo

Advisory Committee. President, Fundación para las Relaciones Internacionales y el Di´logo Exterior (FRIDE).