Emizet F. Kisangani
Dr. Emizet F. Kisangani is a professor of political science at Kansas State University. He holds an MA in Economics from the University of Oregon and he received his Ph. D.  in political science from the University of Iowa. Dr. Kisangani teaches several undergraduate and graduate courses such as Political Inquiry and Analysis, African Politics, International Politics of Africa, International Law, International Political Economy, Seminar in Comparative Politics, and Advanced Research Methods.
Dr. Kisangani has articles that have appeared in African Studies Review, British Journal of Political Science, Canadian Journal of Political Science, Comparative Political Studies, International Studies Quarterly, Journal of Modern African Studies, and Journal of Peace Research. He is the author of “Zaire after Mobutu: A Case of a Humanitarian Emergency.” He is co-author with Michael Nest and Francois Grignon of “The Democratic Republic of Congo: Economic Dimensions of War and Peace.” He also co-authored with Scott Bobb “The Historical Dictionary of the Democratic Republic of Congo.”
His present research focuses on civil wars and the impact of international military intervention on financial flows and state building. He is also researching on the reliability of aggregate data.