Lisa Koch, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Government

Department

Government

Areas of Expertise

American Foreign Policy
International Relations
Nuclear Weapons
Security Studies
Kravis Center
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Office Hours

Wednesday, 9:30-11:30 a.m., and by appointment

Biography

Lisa Langdon Koch is Assistant Professor of Government at Claremont McKenna College. She specializes in international relations, focusing on international security, nuclear proliferation, and foreign policy.

Professor Koch is the author of the forthcoming book Nuclear Decisions: Changing the Course of Nuclear Weapons Programs (Oxford University Press). She has recently published in the Journal of Global Security Studies and in Security Studies. She is a 2021 Stanton Foundation Nuclear Security Grant Program winner. Her work has also been funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York. For more information about her research and teaching, visit https://llkoch.weebly.com.

Education

B.A. from Boston College; Master of Public Policy from University of Michigan; Ph.D. in Political Science from University of Michigan