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Professor of Political Science, ISCTE-IUL
Michael Baum is an Invited Professor of Political Science at ISCTE-IUL in Lisbon. Previously, he was Professor of Political Science at the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth (UMD). While on extended leave from UMD and at the invitation of the US Embassy in Portugal, from 2014-19 he served as a member of the Executive Board of the private non-profit Luso-American Development Foundation (FLAD), a major funding agency in Portugal.

Matt Beech
Director of the Centre for British Politics / Reader in Politics, University of Hull
Dr. Matt Beech is founding Director of the Centre for British Politics and Reader in Politics in the Department of Politics at the University of Hull.  He is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Associate Member of the Centre de Recherches en Civilisation Britannique, Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3 and a Member of the Heterodox Academy.  In 2017, Matt was an IES Visiting Scholar in the Centre for British Studies.

Professor of History, Northeastern University
Timothy Scott Brown is Professor of History at Northeastern University. He is a Fellow of the American Council of Learned Societies for 2016-17, and a Berlin Prize Fellow of the American Academy in Berlin (Fall 2016). He is currently working on a new monograph entitled The Greening of Cold War Germany: Environmentalism and Social Movements across the Wall and Beyond, 1968-1989. The book examines the rise of environmental social movements in the two halves of divided Germany from the upheaval of 1968 through the fall of the Berlin Wall and its aftermath.

Senior Fellow
Beverly Crawford Ames is Professor emerita of Political Science and Political Economy at the University of California Berkeley and the former Director and current Honorary Chair of Berkeley’s Center for German and European Studies. She also served as the Co-Director of the UC European Union Center of Excellence and Associate Director of the Institute of European Studies. She was named a Fellow of the Turkish National Science Foundation (2015) and Senior Fellow of the Hertie School of Governance (2016).

Christina Gerhardt
Associate Professor and Graduate Faculty, University of Hawai’i at Mānoa
Christina Gerhardt is Associate Professor and Graduate Faculty at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa. Her research focuses on the Environmental Humanities. She is the author of Atlas of (Remote) Islands and Sea Level Rise (University of California Press) and the editor of Climate Change, Hawaii and the Pacific (under review). She is Associate Editor of ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and the Environment, the quarterly journal of the Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment (ASLE).

Instructor, De Anza College
Chris Jackson is an instructor at De Anza College in Cupertino and a Senior Fellow at the Institute of European Studies, U.C. Berkeley. Previously he has taught at UC Davis, UC Berkeley, and San Francisco State University. He was raised in California, and received his Bachelor’s degree in history from the University of California at Berkeley.

Professor, Fromm Institute, University of San Francisco
David Clay Large is currently a professor at the Fromm Institute, University of San Francisco, and a Senior Fellow at the Institute of European Studies, U.C. Berkeley.  Previously he has taught at Berkeley, Smith College, Montana State University, and Yale University, where he was also Dean of Pierson College.

Senior Fellow
Allan Little was born in South West Scotland and studied Politics and Modern History at the University of Edinburgh (MA, 1982). He joined the BBC in 1983 and has been an on-air correspondent since 1985, specialising in foreign affairs since 1989.
He reported the fall of Communism in Eastern Europe in 1989. He covered the first Golf War from the Iraqi capital Baghdad in 1990 and 1991. He then spent four years, from 1991-1995 reporting the breakup of Yugoslavia, where he co-authoroed (with Laura Silber) a book on the conflict (Death of Yugoslavia, Penguin, 1995).

Professor of Law, University of Tuebingen
Martin Nettesheim is currently a professor of law at the University of Tuebingen Law School in Germany. He serves as head of the Tuebingen University Center for International Economic Law. Previously he has taught at Free University in Berlin and at Potsdam University Law School. He is Member of the Board of the European Law Institute, Co-Chair of the Gesellschaft für Rechtspolitik (GfR) and served as Secretary General of the Societas Iuris Publici Europaei (SIPE). He served as Dean of Tuebingen University Law School.

Senior Fellow
ludvig.norman@statsvet.su.se
Ludvig Norman is Associate Senior Lecturer in Political Science at Stockholm University as well as Senior Fellow at the Institute of European Studies at UC Berkeley. He earned his PhD in Political Science at Uppsala University. His research interests include European politics, populism and extremism, the European Union and its institutions and, more broadly, the dynamics of international governance institutions.

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