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Dr. Timothy Hellwig
GA 4017
Timothy Hellwig is a political scientist with research and teaching interests in comparative political economy, political behavior, European politics, and research methods. He is currently completing a book manuscript, Globalization and Mass Politics: Retaining the Room to Maneuver, to be published at Cambridge University Press. Tim holds a BA from St. Cloud State University, an MA from American University, and a PhD from the University of Minnesota. Before coming to IU, he was a researcher at the International Foundation for Election Systems, on the faculty at the University of Houston, and a visiting researcher at the University of Essex and at Gothenburg University.
Liese Hilgeman
Assistant Director
GA 4015
Liese Hilgeman brings a unique perspective and portfolio of experiences to her position as Assistant Director at the Institute for European Studies at Indiana University. Her combination of arts and cultural programming and project management; experience with varied international groups both at home and abroad; and prior work at the Center for the Study of the Middle East prepare her to be both pragmatic and visionary. Her curatorial projects and related publications focus on contemporary issues of public life, civil society and global cultural concerns. For more than a decade at Indiana University she has developed and managed outreach programs, administered Title VI grant funds (including FLAS awards for study abroad), and hosted foreign delegations and scholars. Her international engagement has included projects in Turkey, China and Southeast Asia. Prior experience includes the development and implementation of public programs for non-profit and academic institutions such as the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, the Hudson River Museum and the Herron School of Art, as well as the Whitney Museum of American Art and the New-York Historical Society. She holds a B.A. cum laude from Vanderbilt University and a M.A. in Art History from Boston University.
Megan Immerzeel
GA 4004
Program Specialist and Secretary, Megan Immerzeel, has worked with EURO for two and a half years and supports event programming, coordinates payroll, travel and payment processing and handles class scheduling, academic bulletin revisions and student records. She has 8 years of administrative experience in a variety of fast-paced work environments, and is especially skilled in accounting practices, marketing, and public relations.
Jennifer Ashcraft
Academic Advisor
GA 1043
Jennifer Ashcraft received her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Indiana University and a Master’s degree in Higher Education from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. She has worked as an academic advisor in IU Athletics, a study abroad advisor at North Carolina State University, and international scholar advisor at IU’s Office of International Services. She currently serves as Academic Advisor for REEI, as well as Central Eurasian Studies, Second Language Studies, and the Institute of European Studies. She also serves as the International Student Specialist for the College of Arts and Sciences.
Erin Arnold
Graduate Assistant
GA 4004
Sarah Crane
Graduate Assistant
GA 4004
Bill Mankins
Graduate Assistant
GA 4004
Bill is a Ph.D. candidate (ABD) in Central Eurasian Studies and currently writing his dissertation is on intelligence and epistemology in the US armed intervention in Afghanistan.
Marion Frank-Wilson
EURO Librarian
Wells Library E 660
Marion Frank-Wilson is the Librarian for African, Global, and European Studies and Head of the Wells Library's Area Studies Department at Indiana University. She holds a Ph.D. in African and Comparative Literature from Bayreuth University (Germany). Her extensive field research has resulted in the publication of AIDS Education Through Theatre (Bayreuth African Studies Series, Bayreuth, 1995), and other publications include articles on African literature and Africana librarianship. She is also the co-author of Collecting Global Resources (Association of Research Libraries, 2011). Her recent research focuses on African literature as well as on areas where open access publishing, scholarly communication, and new forms of collection development intersect. She is currently working on an open access web publication on travel writing by African authors, to be launched in the summer of 2014.