Georgetown backdrop


Elizabeth Prodromou headshot

Elizabeth Prodromou


This individual is not a direct affiliate of the Berkley Center. They have contributed to one or more of our events, publications, or projects. Please contact the individual at their home institution.

Elizabeth H. Prodromou is a visiting professor in the International Studies Program at Boston College. She is also a non-resident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council’s Eurasia Center. She has published a wide range of scholarly and policy-related work on the intersection of geopolitics, religion, and human rights, with particular focus on the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East. Her current research focuses on religious geopolitics and typologies of power, with a case study of Russian influence-building through religious soft and sharp power, as well as the effects of cultural heritage policy on institutional religious freedom and religious pluralism in the Near East. Through the Berkley Center's Religious Freedom Research Project Prodromou was also part of the Christianity and Freedom Project and Under Caesar's Sword, a collaborative research project with the Center for Civil and Human Rights at the University of Notre Dame.

Opens in a new window