Assistant Teaching Professor of International Affairs
Ph.D., 2011, Public and International Affairs, Northeastern University
Fall Office Hours: TBA
360 Huntington Avenue,
Boston, MA 02115
Resume / CV
Kimberly Jones, J.D., Ph.D., teaches in the International Affairs and Middle East Studies programs and has a background in legal and political analysis and advocacy. She is particularly interested in policy-relevant research and writing in four areas, which often intersect: (1) connections between political violence and popular grievances; (2) the context of state noncompliance with international law; (3) forced displacement and the construction of narratives of repression and resistance; and, (4) U.S. foreign policy. Dr. Jones investigation of these issues is often situated in or between four localities: the United States, the United Kingdom, Russia and the Caucasus as well as the Middle East. Her recent publications include “From Moscow to Makhachkala: The People in Between,” a chapter for a forthcoming book, published by Fordham’s Urban Law Journal, and a chapter update, coauthored with Dr. Denis Sullivan, about the political situation in Egypt for Routledge’s Europa World Series.
- Global Security Watch – Egypt, coauthored with Denis Sullivan (Praeger Security International, June 2008).
- “From Moscow to Makhachkala: the People in Between,” chapter for a special edition book, The New Normal, to be published by Fordham Urban Law Journal (forthcoming, 2013).
- “Egypt,” chapter revision, coauthored with Denis Sullivan in The Middle East and North Africa (Routledge, Europa World, forthcoming 2014).
- “Egypt,” chapter update, coauthored with Denis Sullivan in The Middle East and North Africa (Routledge, Europa World, 2012).
- “Egypt,” coauthored with Denis Sullivan in Countries at the Crossroads (Freedom House, 2007).
- “The Regulation of Non-Vessel-Operating Common Carriers (NVOCCs) and Customs Brokers: Loopholes Big Enough to Fit Container Ships,” coauthored with Nikos Passas in the Journal of Financial Crime (2007).
- “Commodities and Terrorist Financing: Focus on Diamonds,” coauthored with Nikos Passas in the European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research (2006).
- American Political Science Association
- American Society of International Law
- International Studies Association