Mary Huggins Gamble Professor of Government
Contact & Office Hours
Tuesday, 2–4 p.m.
Wednesday, 2–3:30 p.m.
10 Prospect Street #205
Ph.D., M.A., University of Wisconsin–Madison
M.A., University of Delaware
A.B., Lafayette College
Gregory White is the Mary Huggins Gamble Professor of Government, the current chair of the government department and a member of the Environmental Science and Policy Program Committee. He teaches courses on global environmental politics, international relations, migration and refugee politics, and international political economy. He also offers a senior seminar on North African politics.
White’s research and publications focus on Moroccan politics, environmental politics and international security. He is currently co-editor of the Journal of North African Studies. In 2009–10 he received a New Directions Grant from the Andrew Mellon Foundation and studied climate and earth science at Columbia University’s Earth Institute.
“Environmental Refugees,” in The Handbook on Migration and Security, Philippe Bourbeau, ed. (London: Edward Elgar, 2017).
“The Specter of Climate Refugees: Why Invoking Refugees as a Reason to ‘Take Climate Change Seriously’ is Troubling,” Migration and Citizenship Newsletter of the American Political Science Association 4:2, Summer 2016.
“Kingdom of Morocco,” in The Politics and Government of the Middle East and North Africa, Mark Gasiorowski and Sean Yom, eds., 8th edition (Westview Press, 2016).
Co-edited (with Yahia Zoubir), North African Politics: Change and Continuity (Routledge Press, 2015).
Climate Change and Migration: Security and Borders in a Warming World (Oxford University Press, 2011).