Colette Mazzucelli

Colette Mazzucelli (born November 26, 1962) is adjunct Professor at New York University, LIU Global & Pioneer Academics. At LIU Global, Mazzucelli was appointed to design the “glocal” Paris and Rome academic experiences as part of a four-year Bachelor of Arts degree. In 2015-16, she piloted a synchronous introductory course in the new LIU Global International Relations Minor, In the MSGA Program, NYU School of Professional Studies (SPS) Center for Global Affairs, she teaches courses in civil society and media advocacy: mapping social change, international relations in the post-Cold War era, From the Mughals to Modernity: India's Democracy and Its Discontents, ethnic conflict, and Europe in the 21st Century. In the NYU GSAS IR MA Program, Mazzucelli teaches the conflict resolution as well as the radicalization and religion elective courses.
Three of her courses have been profiled by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), in Foreign Affairs and the CFR Educators Bulletin. His Highness Crown Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil and Spencer Lord invited Mazzucelli to join the advisory board of the Ekta Transglobal Foundation. She is a member of the CFR-Lumina Foundation Global Literacy Advisory Group. Her biography appears in Marquis Who’s Who in the World 2016 and Marquis Who’s Who in America 2016.
Mazzucelli is interested in the integration of mobile phone learning in the global affairs curriculum. In 2010, she joined the Standby Task Force of crisis mappers. Mazzucelli has been engaged in crisis mapping on the new Ushahidi platform, the Libya Crisis Map. Her 2009-10 syllabi are featured in a Faculty Spotlight online in Foreign Affairs Classroom webpages.
For Pioneer Academics Global Research Program, Mazzucelli mentors students in high schools across China, Taiwan, South Korea, and Afghanistan. In spring 2013, she developed a technology session for a professional training program in prevention of mass atrocities and genocide, at the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies at Concordia University. The French and German Embassies in Washington, DC, and the French and German Consulates General in Boston invited her to speak on panels commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the Élysée Treaty of Friendship between the Republic of France and the Federal Republic of Germany (1963-2013).
She is a contributing author and editor, with Ronald J. Bee, of the e-Volume, Mapping Transatlantic Futures: German-American Relations in a Global World, to celebrate 30 years of the Bosch Fellowship program. She has also written an essay on "Ethics and International Relations" with Dean A. Nicholas Fargnoli, which appears on the website of the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs. Mazzucelli is the author of France and Germany at Maastricht: Politics and Negotiations to Create the European Union.
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