The Rutgers Center for European Studies (CES) Faculty Advisory Board is comprised of Europeanists from across Rutgers University. Members of the Faculty Advisory Board (FAB) represent a wide variety of disciplines, departments, and schools in order to ensure that CES activities are interdisciplinary and have a broad reach across the university and beyond.

The FAB is chaired by the center director, Professor Belinda Davis, and meets officially once per semester. In addition to official meetings, the director regularly updates FAB members on center activities and major decisions, and solicits their input when appropriate.

Members of the Faculty Advisory Board
Belinda Davis Associate Professor, History
Eric Davis Professor, Political Science
Uri Eisenzweig Professor, Comparative Literature; Former Director, CES
Paul Hanebrink Associate Professor, History
Wolfram Hoefer Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences
R. Daniel Kelemen Professor, Political Science; Former Director, CES
Stephen Reinert Professor, Greek Studies and History
Nancy Sinkoff Associate Professor, Jewish Studies and History; Former Director, CES
Affiliated Faculty
Ousseina Alidou Africana Studies
Michael Camossa Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics
James Niessen Alexander Library
Robin Fox Anthropology
Sarah Blake McHam Art History
Serena Connolly Classics
Leah Kronenberg Classics
Rebecca Walkowitz English
Richard Serrano French
Emily Van Buskirk Germanic, Russian, and East European Languages and Literatures
Martha Helfer Germanic, Russian, and East European Languages and Literatures
Rudolph M. Bell History
Alastair Bellany History
Leah Devun History
Melissa Feinberg History
Ziva Galili History
Jochen Hellbeck History
Jennifer Jones History
Temma Kaplan History
Samantha Kelly History
James Masschaele History
Bonnie Smith History
Andrea Baldi Italian
Paola Gambarota Italian
Elizabeth Leake Italian
Jeffrey Shandler Jewish Studies
Nancy Sinkoff Jewish Studies and History
Paola Tartakoff Jewish Studies
Stephen Bronner Political Science
R. Daniel Kelemen Political Science
Jan Kubik Political Science
Manus Midlarsky Political Science
James T. Johnson Religion
Tobias Schulze-Cleven School of Management and Labor Relations
Jozsef Borocz Sociology
Nuria Sagarra Spanish and Portuguese
John R. Pucher Urban Planning and Public Policy
Mary Gossy Women's and Gender Studies