Sanjeev Khagram

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Sanjeev Khagram Associate Professor of Public Affairs and International Studies Ph.D., Stanford University, 1999

"Dr. Khagram is a tenured Associate Professor of Public Affairs and International Studies, and Faculty Director of the Marc Lindenberg Center for Humanitarian Action, International Development, and Global Citizenship at the University of Washington. Khagram previously held faculty positions at Stanford University’s Institute for International Studies and Harvard University’s JFK School of Government. From 2003-2005 he was Acting Dean of the Desmond Tutu Peace Centre and between 1998-2000, he was Senior Policy Advisor at the World Commission on Dams. He has published widely including, Restructuring World Politics, with University of Minnesota Press; Dams and Development, with Cornell University Press and Oxford University Press (India); “Inequality and Corruption” in the American Journal of Sociology; “Future Architectures of Global Governance: A Transnational Perspective/ Prospective” in the journal Global Governance, and “Environment and Security” in the Annual Review of Environment and Resources.

"Khagram has worked extensively with global action networks, multilateral agencies, governments, corporations, civil society organizations, professional associations and universities all over the world, with extended periods in Brazil, India, Mexico, Nigeria, South Africa, Thailand and the United Kingdom. Professor Khagram holds a B.A. in development studies/engineering, an M.A. in economics (from the Food Research Institute), and a Ph.D. in political science, all from Stanford University. Born and a refugee of Idi Amin’s Uganda, he is of Asian Indian heritage and currently resides with his family in Seattle." [1]

Coedited a book with James V. Riker and Kathryn Sikkink called Restructuring World Politics: Transnational Social Movements, Networks, and Norms.

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  1. Board, IScale, accessed January 28, 2011.