Mariam Habibi received her PhD from the Institut de Sciences Politiques (Science-Po), Paris in 2000 with a dissertation on French
Diplomacy in the Middle East with an emphasis on Iran.
She also holds an MA in History from the University of London. She is associate professor and thesis director at the American Graduate School of
International Relations and Diplomacy and has taught a range of topics for many American programs in Paris. These have included French Politics and Society, France and
Islam, France and the European Union and Protest Movements in France.
Her publications include: L'Interface France-Iran 1907-1938, L'Harmattan, (2004), History: a Course Companion, Oxford University Press (in co-
authorship), Authoritarian States, Oxford University Press (in co-authorship) 2015.