Dr. Stuart Kaufman
University of Delaware
308 Smith Hall
Newark, DE 19716
Kaufman,PhD (University of Michigan, 1991) joined the Department in 2004. He
previously taught at the University of Kentucky and served on the US National
Security Council staff. Professor Kaufman teaches courses in international
security affairs, diplomacy, US foreign policy, ethnic conflict and Russian
politics. In 2011, he taught at the Diplomatic Academy in Vienna on a Fulbright
scholarship. His books since 2007 include the co-edited volume, The Balance of Power in World History
(Palgrave); and Nationalist
Passions (Cornell University Press). He was the winner of an
Excellence in Scholarship Award from the University of Delaware College of Arts
and Sciences in 2017. Nationalist Passions is the winner of
the Robert E. Lane Award from the Political Psychology Section of the American
Political Science Association (2016), the International Security Studies Book
Award from the International Security Studies Section of the International
Studies Association (2017), and the ENMISA Distinguished Book Award from the
Ethnicity, Nationalism and Migration Section of the International Studies
"Nationalist Passions" (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2015)
"Symbolic Politics as International Relations Theory," in William R. Thompson, ed., Oxford Encyclopedia of Empirical International Relations Theory (Oxford University Press, 2017).
"Hybrid Actors, Tactical Variety: Rethinking Asymmetric and Hybrid War," with Josef Schroefl, Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 37, 10 (October 2014): 1-19.
"The Limits of Nation-Building in the Philippines," International Area Studies Review 16, 1 (March 2013): 3-23.
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