Ph.D. Placements

Because they are dual degree in a traditional discipline and peace studies, our graduates are equipped for academic jobs in a wide range of areas. Our goal is that graduates will be first-rate candidates in their home discipline, and also bring an additional special set of transdisciplinary research and teaching themes in peace, justice and human rights that are much in demand.  

Our program also emphasizes that 21st century scholarship and teaching may be done by scholar-practitioners. Thus, graduates of our program are comfortable working for international agencies, pursuing research fellowships, and moving in and out of the Academy as their career unfolds.

Anthropolgy & Peace Studies

Rieti Gengo ('19)
Position: Postdoctoral Teaching Scholar, Department of Anthropology (2019-2020), University of Notre Dame

Angela Lederach ('19)
Position:
 Adjunct Assistant Teaching Professor, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies

History & Peace Studies

Francis Bonenfant-Juwong ('18)
Position: Lecturer in the Peace and Justice Studies Program at Pace University in New York

Laura Weis ('18)
Position:
 Project Coordinator, Jesuits USA Central and Southern Province, St. Louis

Ryne Clos ('16)
Position: Postdoc at Notre Dame's Center for the Study of Language and Culture via the English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program

Ashley Greene ('16)
Position: Assistant Professor of Holocaust and Genocide Studies, ​Cohen Institute for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Keene State College, Keene, New Hampshire

Political Science & Peace Studies

Emily Maiden ('19)
Position: Assistant Professor of Political Science and Public Administration, University of North Florida

Karie Cross ('17)
Position: Assistant Professor of Political Science at Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI

Ji Eun Kim ('17)
Position: Assistant Professor of Political Studies at Eastern Mennonite University, Harrisonburg, Virginia

Lenore VanderZee ('17)
Position: Executive Director for University Relations at the State University of New York (SUNY) Canton

Kathrin Kranz ('16)
Position: Since Fall 2017, Assistant Professor of Global Politics at Bridgewater College, Virginia

Alex Dukalskis ('13)
Positions: Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in International Politics and Human Rights, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland.

Psychology & Peace Studies

Laura Taylor ('13)
Positions: Lecturer (Assistant Professor), School of Psychology, Queen’s University, Belfast

Sociology & Peace Studies

Matthew Chandler ('18)
Position:
Research Data Management Specialist, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ

Hyunjin Deborah Kwak ('17)
Position: Assistant Professor of Sociology, Malone University, Canton, Ohio

Ana Velitchkova ('14)
Positions: Croft Assistant Professor of Sociology and International Studies, University of Mississippi

Theology & Peace Studies

Heather DuBois ('18)
Position: Gannon Post-Doctoral Fellow in Religion, Ethics, and Philosophy, Florida State University

Leo Guardado ('18)
Position: Assistant Professor of Theology at Fordham University in New York

Chris Haw ('18)
Position: Assistant Professor of Theology at the University of Scranton in Scranton, Pennsylvania

Janna Hunter-Bowman ('17)
Position: Assistant Professor of Peace Studies and Christian Social Ethics, Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary

Kyle Lambelet ('17)
Position: Assistant Professor in the Practice of Theology and Ethics, Candler School of Theology, Emory University

Alumni – if you would like to update your placement information, please fill out our alumni update form or contact Anne Hayner