Diplomacy Arabic by Yehia Mohamed
Clyde Wilcox book - Federalism
Phoebe Musandu book - Pressing Interests
Max Oidtmann book - Forging the Golden Urn
Law & Politics under the Abbasids
The Ethics of Wilfrid Sellars
Is this Devastation for me Alone?
Sites of Pluralism
The Gulf Crisis
Poetry as Narrative

Our faculty are an immensely talented and diverse group of scholars, dedicated to the highest level of research, teaching and service. Faculty are engaged in cutting edge interdisciplinary research projects relevant to Qatar and the region.

Georgetown’s approach to training international affairs students is an interdisciplinary and liberal arts one. Hence faculty expertise includes English and the humanities, Arabic language and literature, French language and literature, international politics, international economics, history, philosophy, theology, anthropology, sociology and political economy.

Our faculty comprise full-time faculty and adjunct faculty engaged in exciting work elsewhere in Qatar who teach one or two courses a year, and faculty from Georgetown’s Washington, D.C. campus who, for a semester or year, teach in-person or virtually at the Qatar campus.