Dr. Anna Ohanyan is the first recipient of Richard B. Finnegan Distinguished Professorship in Political Science and International Relations, and the Chair of Political Science and International Studies Department College. Her latest book is Networked Regionalism as Conflict Management published by Stanford University Press (2015). She also authored NGOs, IGOs, and Network Mechanism of Post-Conflict Global Governance in Microfinance with Palgrave Macmillan (2008). Her articles appeared in Wilson Quarterly, International Studies Review, Peace and Change, Conflict Resolution Quarterly and Global Society, among others journals.
Professor Ohanyan is a Fulbright Scholar and previously served as a doctoral fellow at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. Her research has been supported by IREX, the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (USA), the German Marshall Fund, the U.S. State Department and Eurasia Foundation among others. Prof. Ohanyan has also consulted for numerous organizations such as the United Nations Foundation, the World Bank, the National Intelligence Council Project, the U.S. Department of State, the Carter Center, and USAID. Her work has taken her across the globe, from Northern Ireland to the Balkans and the South Caucasus.
She has been an invited speaker at Brown University (USA), European Geopolitics Forum (Brussels), The World Bank (USA), United Nations Foundation (USA), Armenian Business Network (USA), among others.