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Stuart Kaufman,PhD (University of Michigan, 1991) joined the Department as a Professor in 2004. He also serves annually as Professorial Lecturer at the Diplomatic Academy in Vienna, Austria. Professor Kaufman previously taught at the University of Kentucky and served on the US National Security Council staff. He teaches courses in international security affairs, diplomacy, US foreign policy, ethnic conflict and Russian politics. Dr. Kaufman's research focuses on the question of why large groups of people get together to kill each other, based in part on field research in Georgia, Moldova, Philippines, Russia, South Africa and Tanzania. His books include Nationalist Passions (Cornell University Press, 2015) and the co-edited volume, The Balance of Power in World History (Palgrave, 2007). Dr. Kaufman was the winner of an Excellence in Scholarship Award from the University of Delaware College of Arts and Sciences in 2017 and a Fulbright scholarship in 2011. Nationalist Passions is the winner of the Robert E. Lane Award from the Political Psychology Section of the American Political Science Association, and the International Security Studies Book Award and the ENMISA Distinguished Book Award from the International Studies Association.
"Nationalist Passions" (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2015)
“War as Symbolic Politics,” International Studies Quarterly 63, no. 3 (September 2019), pp. 614–625.
“Walker Connor’s Political Psychology,” Nations and Nationalism 24, Part 3 (July 2018), pp. 519-528.
“Public Opinion and the End of Apartheid,” with Julio Carrion, International Area Studies Review 21, no. 2 (published online Feb. 2018), pp. 1-17.
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