These faculty have interests in military history, international relations, and national security, and regularly teach in those fields, cover our Security Studies courses, or advise students in the Security Studies program.

Sabri Ciftci Sabri Ciftci, Political Science

Email: ciftci@k-state.edu
Ph.D, Florida State, 2005
Research and teaching interests: political behavior, public opinion, democratic institutions, and Middle Eastern Politics.

Professor Flynn Michael Flynn, Political Science

Email: meflynn@ksu.edu
Ph.D, Binghamton, 2013
Research and teaching interests: U.S. foreign policy, domestic politics and international relations, world politics and international security

GalelliMarjorie Galelli, History

Email: galelli@ksu.edu

Ph.D., University of Kansas, 2022

Research and teaching interests: U.S. military history, civil-military relations, twentieth & twenty-first century U.S. history.

David GraffDavid Graff, History

Email: dgraff@k-state.edu
Ph.D, Princeton, 1995
Research and teaching interests: East Asian military history, particularly ancient and medieval China; Chinese military thought.

Emizet KisanganiEmizet Kisangani, Political Science

Email: emizetk@k-state.edu
Ph.D, Iowa, 1994
Research and teaching interests: comparative politics, civil wars, African politics.

Michael KryskoMichael Krysko, History

Email: mkrysko@k-state.edu
Ph.D, Stony Brook University, 2001
Research and teaching interests: US foreign relations, particularly with East Asia; history of technology; radio.

Andrew LongAndrew Long, Political Science

Email: aglong@k-state.edu
Ph.D, Florida State, 2004
Research and teaching interests: international conflict, international political economy, alliances and trade.

Heather McCreaHeather McCrea, History

Email: hmccrea@k-state.edu
Ph.D, Stony Brook, 2002
Research and teaching interests: Latin America, public health and disease, environmental history.

Professor OrrAndrew Orr, History

Email: aorr1@k-state.edu
Ph.D. Notre Dame, 2007
Research and teaching interests: Modern France,
Military History, Africa.

sorrSuzanne Orr, History

Email: sorr1@k-state.edu
Ph.D., University of Notre Dame, 2012
Research and teaching interests: Twentieth-Century American History, immigration and gender.

Oweidat Nadia Oweidat, History

Email: oweidat@k-state.edu
Ph.D., Oxford University, 2014
Research and teaching interests: Islamic thought, Religious theories

Jeff PickeringJeff Pickering, Political Science

Email: jjp@k-state.edu
Ph.D, Indiana, 1995
Research and teaching interests: international relations, foreign military interventions.

Nadia ShapkinaNadia Shapkina, Sociology

Email: shapkina@k-state.edu
Ph.D, Georgia State, 2008
Research and teaching interests: gender, human trafficking, post-socialism. Research and teaching interests: Political institutions, executive politics, democratization, and Latin American politics.

tiemeyerPhil Tiemeyer, History

Email: tiemeyerp@k-state.edu
Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin, 2007
Research and teaching interests: US Gender History, History of Sexuality, US Social History, and US Foreign Relations

TyburskiMichael Tyburski, Political Science

Email: tyburski@k-state.edu
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee, 2014
Research and teaching interests: Political implications of international migration and migrant remittances for both development and security.