Carrie Reiling

Assistant Professor
Political Science & International Studies
Washington College

International Relations, African Studies,
Gender and Women's Studies, Peace and Conflict Studies

My research focuses on the tensions between peacebuilding, security, and development in global governance initiatives to address women's needs in the Global South. Specifically, I analyze the UN Security Council resolutions on Women, Peace, and Security as implemented in francophone West Africa. I also write about feminist and interpretive research methodologies.

I teach in the areas of international organizations, international political economy, gender, African politics, peace and conflict, global environmental politics, and humanitarianism.

I am also the Academic Network Coordinator of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF).