Lillian Hussong

Lillian Hussong is a PhD Candidate who served as the inaugural Simon Reich Fellow for Research in Global Governance.  Hussong's dissertation research assesses American strategy and security in the High North, and has presented her research in California, Maryland, and Sweden.  While at DGA, Hussong has been awarded partial fellowships from the National Science Foundation and Rutgers University to present her research at the 9th International Conference on Arctic Social Science in Sweden (2017) and a partial fellowship from Charles University to attend their Summer Seminar on Nationalism, Religion, and Violence in the Czech Republic (2016).  She has worked as a DGA Graduate Fellow since 2016, and also served as the 2016 - 2017 PhD Representative for the Student Association of Global Affairs.  Hussong earned a Master of Science in Global Affairs in May 2017.  In December 2017, Hussong joined the Genocide & Atrocity Prevention (GAP) project at the Center for the Study of Genocide & Human Rights at Rutgers University, which monitors and provides factual and scholarly information about emerging and ongoing situations in which genocide and atrocity crimes are taking place.  Hussong previously earned a Master of Arts in Holocaust & Genocide Studies (2014) and Bachelor of Arts in Historical Studies (2012), both with program distinction, at Stockton University.

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