Dr. Marwan G. Rowayheb is an associate professor of political science and international affairs and the chairperson of the Department of Social Sciences at LAU. He teaches courses on research methods, Lebanese politics, Middle East government, comparative politics and protest movements. His research interest includes ethnic relations, state-society relations, conflict resolution, Middle Eastern politics and social and protest movements. His current research is currently geared towards peace movements and the causes of civil wars. He strongly believes that more research should be done in these two areas to better understand how civil wars start and end.
Dr. Rowayheb’s hobbies are football and music. He is a big Liverpool fan and his favorite anthem is You Will Never Walk Alone (YNWA). He loves to listen to jazz and the music of the 80s.
- Rowayheb, Marwan and Makram Ouaiss Ex-combatants Working for Peace and the Lebanese Civil Society: A Case Study in Non-communal Reintegration, Civil Wars Journal (25 October 2017).
- Rowayheb, Marwan and Makram Ouaiss, “The Committee of the Parents of the Missing and Disappeared: 30 Years of Struggle and Protest,” Middle Eastern Studies, Volume 51, Issue 6, (2015).
- Rowayheb, Marwan, ‘Political Protests in Lebanon: Is another Civil War Probable?’ Civil Wars Journal. Vol. 13, no. 4 (2011)
- Rowayheb, Marwan Walid Jumblat and Political Alliances: The Politics of Adaptation, Middle East Critic Vol. 20, No. 1, (Spring 2011)
- Rowayheb, Marwan, “Lebanese Militias: A New Perspective.” Middle Eastern Studies, Vol. XLII No.2 (March 2006).
- PhD in Political Science, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK.
- MA in Political Science, American University of Beirut (AUB), Lebanon
- BA in Political Science, Lebanese American University, Lebanon
Associate Professor of Political Science/International Affairs
Chair, Department of Social Sciences
Office: Block A, Office 804 B