Mark Meirowitz

Mark Meirowitz

Dr. Meirowitz specializes in Turkish Foreign Policy, U.S.-Turkish relations and Turkish-Israeli relations, as well as American History, American Foreign Policy and Constitutional Law. Previously, he completed the SUNY Levin Fellowship during which he taught English conversation to Turkish Faculty while in residence at Istanbul Technical University. He teaches a wide variety of classes at Maritime, including American History, American Foreign Policy, Constitutional Law and English, and developed a graduate course on Ocean Politics and Law. Dr. Meirowitz frequently appears in the US and Turkish media as an expert on issues related to Turkish Politics and American Foreign Policy.

He is writing a book on Turkish Foreign Policy for The Fort Schuyler Press. He has been a panelist and moderator at numerous conferences and panels including the AIPAC National Conference, the Turkey Focus Group of the National Defense University, Instutute of National Security Studies and at the annual conferences of the Transatlantic Studies Association. He organized conferences at Maritime to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli/Canakkale Campaign as well as to explore the legacy of Captain Cook and the HMB Endeavour.

Education
  • Ph.D., Political Science, Fordham University  

  • J.D., Brooklyn Law School