Scott Sigmund Gartner
Professor and Director, School of International Affairs
Scott Sigmund Gartner is a scholar of peacemaking, politics, gender, identity and conflict and is currently consulting with a U.S. government agency addressing the threat of terrorism. Gartner’s research focuses on dispute mediation, national security, identity formation, gender and policy assessment. He is the author of over 50 academic publications, including books such as Strategic Assessment in War, International Conflict Mediation: New Approaches and Findings, and The Historical Statistics of the United States, in addition to articles in top journals in political science, sociology, international affairs, history, military intelligence, public policy, international negotiations, and communications.