Three New Faculty Members Join Kroc Institute

Author: Joan Fallon

New Kroc core faculty members (from left) Ann Mische, Laura Miller, and Tanisha Fazal.

Three new professors with expertise in peace and justice — a sociologist, a psychologist, and a political scientist — have joined the interdisciplinary faculty of the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies. They are joint appointments with the Departments of Sociology, Psychology, and Political Science.

Ann Mische has joined the Kroc faculty as Associate Professor of Sociology and Peace Studies. Mische was previously associate professor at Rutgers University, where she examined modes of political communication within and across social movements and in democratic politics.

Laura Miller has joined the faculty as Assistant Professor of Psychology and Peace Studies. Miller recently earned her Ph.D. from the University of Michigan, where her research focused on patterns of abuse within families and the relationship of domestic to community violence.

Tanisha Fazal has joined the faculty as Associate Professor of Political Science and Peace Studies. Fazal was previously associate professor of political science at Columbia University,

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