Professor Beverly Crawford Ames

from Homs.....

to Turkey.....


Professor Crawford's Home Page

contact: bev[at]berkeley[dot]edu

 I am Professor emerita of Political Science and Political Economy at the University of California Berkeley and the former Director of Berkeley’s Center for German and European Studies.  I teach courses on Theories of International Political Economy, American Foreign Policy, Feminist Theories of International Relations, and currently, Ethnic and Religious Conflict, as well as Global Conflict and the Refugee Crisis. I have written policy papers, articles, and a co-edited book on the causes of cultural conflict in Europe, Greece, Bulgaria, and the former Yugoslavia. Most recently I received fellowships from the Turkish National Science Foundation and from the European Commission to study the demographics of the refugee crisis in Turkey and Europe, and, in the summer of 2015, I became an "accidental volunteer" along with my colleagues from Yasar University, providing aid to refugees living on the streets in Izmir, Turkey. You can see what we are doing on the Facebook page below.


Current Courses

Spring 2016 - OLLI: Global Conflict and the Refugee Crisis

International And Area Studies IAS 194 Ethnic and Religious Conflict



University of California Berkeley

Refugee resources

Berkeley Blogs

February 11, 2016 - "Why don't refugees fly?"


Facebook Groups I administer:

The Political Economy Group

In Solidarity with Refugees in Izmir



Past Courses:

Modern Theories of Political Economy


Classical Theories of Political Economy