Andrew Levin

Andrew Levin

Assistant Professor of Government and International Relations

Joined Connecticut College: 2016

B.A., Macalester College
M.A., George Washington University
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania



International conflict resolution

The United Nations

Civil wars

International relations

Andrew Levin's current research focuses on United Nations peacekeeping. He studies how peacekeepers can help reduce violence, the sub-national dynamics of peacekeeping in civil war, and countries’ decisions about committing personnel to UN operations. In his research, he uses GIS to better understand where the UN deploys peacekeepers within countries and the conditions under which peacekeeping is more or less likely to be effective at the local level.

Recent conferences attended and presentations:

  • International Studies Association Annual Conference, 2016. “When the Going Gets Tough: Regime Type and Personnel Contributions to UN Peacekeeping Operations”
  • American Political Science Association Annual Conference, 2014. “Displacing Conflict or Diffusing Benefits? Analyzing the Sub-National Spatial Effects of UN Peacekeeping Deployment”
  • American Political Science Association Annual Conference, 2013. “Context Matters: Explaining Sub-National Variation in UN Peacekeeping Outcomes”
  • Midwest Political Science Association Annual Conference, 2013. “Vulnerable Spaces: Peacekeeping, Civil War, and Local Security”

Levin will teach courses on International Politics, International Organizations, Civil Wars and International Conflict Resolution.

Major in international relations.

Visit the government and international relations department.

Contact Andrew Levin

Mailing Address

Andrew Levin
Connecticut College
270 Mohegan Ave.
New London, CT 06320


411A Fanning Hall