Resume

Current as of July 2017

 

Peter Joachim Katzenstein

Government Department

Cornell University

Ithaca, NY 14853

Tel: (o) 607-255-6257

(h) 607-277-2971

Fax: 607-255-4530

 

Personal:

Date of Birth: 17 February 1945

Married; two children

Home address: 1189 Ellis Hollow Road; Ithaca, NY 14850

 

Education:

University:

Ph.D. Harvard University (1973).

M.Sc. London School of Economics and Political Science, International Relations (1968).

B.A. Swarthmore College, Political Science, Economics and Literature (1967).

Secondary:

Gelehrtenschule des Johanneums, Hamburg, Germany (1964).

 

Academic Honors and Fellowships:

  • Member of the British Academy (2015).
  • Honorary degree, China Foreign Affairs University (2015).
  • Honorary degree, University of Leiden (2015)
  • Research Fellow, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin (2013-2018).
  • Foreign Affairs lists Anglo-America and Its Discontents: Civilizational Identities beyond West and East (New York: Routledge, 2012) as one of its top picks for 2013.
  • Honorary degree, University of Antwerp (2012)
  • Susan Strange Award, International Studies Association, 2011, in recognition of a scholar "whose singular intellect, assertiveness, and insight most challenge conventional wisdom and intellectual and organizational complacency in the International Studies Association."
  • Honorary degree, Peking University (2011)
  • Winner of the Choice Outstanding Academic Title (2011)for Beyond Paradigms: Analytic Eclecticisms in the Study of World Politics (Palgrave 2010).
  • Honorary Degree: University of Piräus, Greece (2010).
  • Election to the American Philosophical Society (2009).
  • Fellow, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton (2009-10).
  • President American Political Science Association (2008-09).
  • Swiss Political Science Association, Honorary Lifetime Member (2008).
  • Honorary Degree, Renmin University, China (2008).
  • Non-resident Senior Fellow, American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (2008-).
  • EAI Travel Fellowship (Spring 2008).
  • Distinguished Visitor, Program on U.S.-Japan Relations, Harvard University (December 2005).
  • Stephen H. Weiss Presidential Fellow, "in recognition of sustained and distinguished undergraduate teaching," Cornell University (2004).
  • Fellow, Stanford Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (2004-05).
  • Fellow, Russell Sage Foundation (2001-02).
  • Visiting Karl Deutsch Research Professorship, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin (November 1998, October 1999).
  • The Culture of National Security: Norms and Identity in World Politics (New York: Columbia University Press, 1996) selected by Choice Magazine as one of the top ten books in the field of International Relations for 1997.
  • International Political Economy Senior Scholar, International Studies Association, IPE section (1997).
  • Abe Fellowship, Social Science Research Council (1998-00).
  • Fellow, Woodrow Wilson International Center, Washington D.C. (1997-98).
  • Fellow, Wissenschaftskolleg Berlin (1995-96).
  • Masayoshi Ohira Memorial Prize (together with Nobuo Okawara) for Japan's National Security: Structures, Norms and Policy Responses in a Changing World (1993).
  • Stephen and Margery Russell Distinguished Teaching Award, Cornell University (1993).
  • German Marshall Fund Fellowship (1990-91).
  • Fellow, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation (1988-89).
  • American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship (1988-89).
  • Election to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (1987).
  • Woodrow Wilson Foundation Book Award for Small States in World Markets: Industrial Policy in Europe (Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1985) as the "best book published in the United States during 1985 on government, politics or international affairs" (1986).
  • German Academic Exchange Service, Study Visit to the Federal Republic of Germany (1985).
  • Fellow, Stanford Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (1981-82).
  • German Marshall Fund Fellowship (1979-81).
  • Council on Foreign Relations, International Affairs Fellowship (1979-81).
  • Rockefeller Fellowship in Conflict in International Relations (1977-79).
  • Andrew W. Mellon Foundation/Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies Fellowship (1976-77).
  • Helen Dwight Reid Award, American Political Science Association (1974).
  • Sumner Dissertation Prize, Harvard University (1973).
  • Graduate Prize Fellowship, Harvard University (1968-73).
  • M.Sc. with Distinction, London School of Economics (1968).
  • Phi Beta Kappa (1967).
  • B.A. with Highest Honors, Swarthmore College (1967).

Teaching Experience:

  • Visiting Professor, Harvard Business School (2013-2014).
  • Walter S. Carpenter, Jr. Professor of International Studies, Cornell University (1988-).
  • Professor of Government, Cornell University (1980-87).
  • Associate Professor of Government, Cornell University (1977-80).
  • Assistant Professor of Government, Cornell University (1973-77).
  • Part-Time Instructor, Comparative Politics of Western Europe, Politics Department, University of Massachusetts, Boston (1972-73).
  • Teaching Fellow in the Government Department, Harvard University (1971-72).

Professional Experience:

  • Board of Advisors, Philippines Internatinal Studies Organization (2016--).
  • Advisory Board of School of International Studies (SIS) Peking University (2016--).
  • Member of the Editorial Board of a Routledge book series IR Theory and Practice in Asia (2015-).
  • Member of the Editorial Board of the Brazilian Journal of International Relations (2015-).
  • International Advisory Board for the Center of International Business Advancement (CIBA), Southern Tier NY (2015-).
  • Editorial Board, Global Affairs (2015--)
  • Appointed to the Kuratorium of the Social Science Research Center Berlin (September 1, 2014-August 31, 2018).
  • Visiting Professor, Harvard Business School (2013-14).
  • Research Fellow, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin (2013--).
  • Advisory Board, ISA Section ‘Religion and International Relations’ (2014--)
  • Editorial Review Board, Theoria and Praxis (2014--)
  • Editorial Board, Economic and Political Studies, Renmin University (2012--)
  • Editorial Board, Zeitschrift für Politik-Journal of Political Science (2011-).
  • Editorial Board, Baltic Journal of Political Science (2011-).
  • Editorial Board, The Pacific Review (2010-).
  • President, American Political Science Association (2008-09).
  • Chair, Academic Advisory Committee, Wissenschafts-Zentrum Berlin (2007-12).
  • Member, Academic Advisory Committee, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin (2005-12).
  • Editorial Board, Journal of Global Ethics (2007-).
  • Working Group ‘Religion, Secularism, and International Affairs,’ Social Science Research Council (2007-08).
  • Editorial Board, Review of International Political Economy (2006-).
  • Editorial Board, Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft (2007-).
  • Editorial Board, Cambridge Review of International Affairs (2007-).
  • International Advisory Board, Small States Studies (2005-).
  • Editorial Board, Annual Review of Political Science (2005-08).
  • Editorial Board, Asian Survey (2005-10).
  • Academic Advisory Committee, Mannheim Center for Social Science Research (MZES) (2005-08).
  • APSA Taskforce on Political Violence and Terrorism (2004-05).
  • International Advisory Board, New Political Economy (UK).
  • Editorial Advisory Committee, Chair, Sage IR series.
  • Editorial Advisory Committee, Handbook of European Union Politics (2004).
  • International Advisory Board, Asian Security book series (East West Center/ Stanford University Press).
  • Secretary, American Political Science Association (2002-03).
  • Chair, International Advisory Board, Handbook of International Relations.
  • Associate Editor, Editorial Board, Japanese Journal of Political Science (1999-2000).
  • Advisory Committee, "The New Institutionalism in Asia," Ezra Vogel and Paul Evans co-directors, Asia Center, Harvard University (1998-00).
  • Election to the Society for Comparative Research (1998).
  • Election to the Academic Advisory Committee of Institute for Advanced Study Berlin (Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin) (1998-04).
  • Academic Advisory Council, Hessische Stiftung für Friedens-und Konfliktforschung (1997-04).
  • Nomination Committee, Political Science Section, American Academy of Arts and Science (1997-98).
  • 1997 APSA Lecturer at the Annual Meeting of the Japanese Political Science Association.
  • Program co-chair for the 1995 APSA convention in Chicago.
  • Advisory Council, Department of Politics at Princeton University (1993-00).
  • SSRC Committee on International Peace and Security (1991-97).
  • Editorial Advisory Committee: Stato & Mercato (Italy).
  • Look (Japan).
  • German Politics (Britain).
  • Cooperation and Conflict (Sweden).
  • Review of International Political Economy (England).
  • Journal of Industry Studies (Australia).
  • The Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies.
  • Zeitschrift fuer Internationale Politik (Germany).
  • COSMOS, Hellenic Yearbook of International Relations (Greece).
  • Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Politische Wissenschaft/ Revue Suisse de Science Politiques (Switzerland).
  • Academic Advisory Board, German-European Institute for Civic Rights and Public Security (Berlin, 1990).
  • Editorial Advisory Board, International Studies Quarterly (1990-96).
  • Chair of the Board of Editors, International Organization (1990-91).
  • Visiting Scholar, Center for International Affairs, Harvard University (1988-89).
  • Committee on International Political Science, American Political Science Association (1989-92).
  • Chair, Academy Advisory Committee, American Institute for Contemporary German Studies, Washington, D.C. (1989-95).
  • International Advisory Committee, Max-Planck Institute, Cologne (1987-01).
  • Academic Advisory Committee, Institute of Fiscal and Monetary Policy, Japanese Ministry of Finance (1985-90).
  • Chair, Selection Committee, SSRC Dissertation and Postdoctoral Fellowship for Advanced German and European Studies at the Free University of Berlin (1985-89).
  • Editor, Cornell Studies in Political Economy, Cornell University Press (1982-).
  • Co-editor, Policy and Politics in Industrial States, Temple University Press (1981-91).
  • Social Science Research Council, Committee on States and Social Structures (1982-89).
  • Award Committee for the Best Dissertation on German Politics, Conference Group on German Politics (1985-88).
  • Advisory Selection Committee, International Affairs Fellowship, Council on Foreign Relations (1985-88).
  • Academic Advising Council, American Institute for Contemporary Germany (1984-88).
  • Social Science Research Council, Joint Committee on Western Europe (1982-85).
  • Council on Foreign Relations, Study Group on Industrial Policy (1980-82).
  • Editor, International Organization (1980-86).
  • Council for International Exchange of Scholars, Advisory Screening Committee in Political Science (1979-80).
  • Committee on Atlantic Studies (1979-84).
  • Council for European Studies, Steering Committee (1979-82).
  • Editorial Board, International Organization (1976-86, 1988-93, 1995-01, 2002-07, 2009-2014).
  • Executive Committee, Editorial Board, International Organization (1976-77, 1979-86, 1992-93, 1997-99, 2009-2014).

University Service:

  • President’s Internationalization Committee (2012)
  • Sesquicentennial Committee (2012)
  • China Committee (Art College) (2012)
  • CAPS Advisory Committee (2011-2).
  • Sesquicentennial Committee, Social Science (2011-).
  • CIPA Director Search Committee (2011)
  • Institute for European Studies Steering Committee (2007-10).
  • Provost Advisory Committee on the Social Sciences (2000-01, 2002-04).
  • Cornell University Social Science Seminar (2000-01).
  • Professor-at-Large Selection Committee (2002-05).
  • Peace Studies Steering Committee (1993- ).
  • University Appeals Panel (1993-96).
  • University Committee on Strategic Planning (1992-95).
  • College Committee on Professional Ethics (1992-93).
  • Dean's Search Committee (1990-91, 2002-03).
  • Coordinator, International Relations Concentration (1986-95).
  • Director, International Political Economy Program, Cornell University (1980-91).
  • Executive Committee, Western Societies Program, Cornell University (1974-90).
  • Dean's Advisory Committee on Appointments (1986-87).
  • Acting Advisor, Kennedy Memorial Fellowship Program, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University (1972-73).
  • Student Representative, Executive Committee, Center for International Affairs, Harvard University (1972-73).

Research Grants:

  • EAI Travel Fellowship awarded to visit five universities in China, Taiwan, S. Korea and Japan (Spring 2008).
  • The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Grant "Anti-Americanism and Changes in World Politics" (together with Robert O. Keohane) (2004-06).
  • German Marshall Fund Advanced Research Award for Research on Europe (together with Elena Iankova) for a project on the Eastern Enlargement of the EU (1999-00).
  • National Council for Eurasian and East European Research Grant for a project on "Europe towards the New Millenium: Building the East Back in" (together with Elena Iankova) (1998-99).
  • Cornell's European Studies Program, the Council for European Studies, the German Marshall Fund, the American Council for Learned Societies, the Greek Institute for International and Strategic Studies and the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for an international research project on United Germany in an Integrating Europe (1993-96).
  • The Committee on International Peace and Security of the Social Science Research Council for a project on "Norms and National Security" (1993-95).
  • The Global Transitions project at Cornell's Center for International Studies, together with Takashi Shiraishi, for a project on "A New Regionalism? Japan's Changing Role in Asia" (1994-95).
  • German Marshall Fund and the VW Foundation funded workshop (April 1987) and conference (January 1988) on "Industry and Political Change in West Germany."
  • Joint holding of a Ford Foundation Grant supporting the publication of a seven-volume series on comparative public policy (together with Professors Ashford and Pempel).
  • Cornell-Harvard-Rockefeller funded workshop (June 1976) and conference (October 1976) on the Domestic Basis of Foreign Economic Policy of Advanced Industrial States (1976-77).
  • Joint holding of an Office of Education Development Grant for Graduate Training Program in Comparative Pubic Policy (together with Professors Ashford and Pempel) (1975-77).
  • Joint holding of a Ford Foundation Grant on Center-Periphery Relations in Western Europe (together with Professors Clark, Esman, Greenwood, Scheinman and Tarrow) (1974-77).

Professional Memberships and Activities:

  • Memberships: Council on Foreign Relations, American Political Science Association, International Studies Association, Conference Group on German Politics, Council of European Studies, American Association of University Professors, European Consortium for Political Research.
  • Manuscript Reader, among others, for: American Political Science Review, Public Policy, International Organization, International Studies Quarterly, Comparative Politics, Comparative Political Studies, Polity.
  • Editorial Advisory Committee: Stato & Mercato (Italy). Look (Japan). German Politics (Britain). Cooperation and Conflict (Sweden). Review of International Political Economy (England). Journal of Industry Studies (Australia). The Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies. Zeitschrift für Internationale Politik (Germany). COSMOS, Hellenic Yearbook of International Relations (Greece). Schweizerische Zeitschrift fuer Politische Wissenschaft/ Revue Suisse de Science Politiques/ (Switzerland).
  • International Studies Association, Nominations Committee (Chair, 1988).
  • Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award Committee, American Political Science Association (1988).
  • Program Committee: CES (1982); APSA (1984).
  • Prize Committee (Chair): American Political Science Association, Gabriel Almond Prize (1980-81).
  • Congressional Testimony: US Senate, Committee on Finance, Subcommittee on International Trade (9 December 1980).

Current Research Projects:

  • "Power in Politics"
  • “Law, Popular Culture, Religion and Public Diplomacy in World Politics”
  • “Civilizations in World Politics”
  • “America’s Civilizational Imperium”
  • “In Search of Germany”

Graduate Students Supervised:

Dissertation Chaired

  • Nicole Weygandt (2017. Princeton University, Niehaus Fellwship).
  • Wendy Leutert (2017. University of Pennsylvania, Postdoctoral Fellowship).
  • Isaac Kardon (2017. Naval War College).
  • Silvana Toska (2016. Davidson College).
  • Danielle Cohen (2015)
  • Philip Ayoub (2013. Drexel University).
  • Noelle Bridgen (2013. Marquette University).
  • Gaurav Kampani (2013. University of Tulsa).
  • Jing Tao (2013. Cornell University)
  • Lucia Seybert (2012. American University).
  • Maria Zaitseva (2011. Yeshiva University).
  • Angela Carter (2011. University of Waterloo).
  • Benjamin Brake (2010. US State Department).
  • Daniel Kinderman (2010. University of Delaware).
  • Nobuto Yamamoto (2010. Keio University).
  • Geoffrey Wallace (2009. University of Tennessee).
  • Stephen Nelson (2009. Northwestern University).
  • Jennifer Erickson (2009. Boston College).
  • Seo-Hyun Park (2009. Lafayette College).
  • Jana Grittersova (2009. UC Riverside).
  • Il Hyun Cho (2008. Cleveland State University).
  • Stephanie Hoffmann (2008. University of Geneva).
  • Andrew Yeo (2008. Catholic University).
  • Andrew Phillips (2007. University of Queensland).
  • Stephen Watts (2006. RAND) (co-chair).
  • Scott Siegel (2006. Naval Postgraduate School Monterey).
  • Margarita Petrova (2006. Institut Barcelona de Estudis Internacionals, IBEI) (co-chair).
  • Barak Mendelsohn (2006. Haverford College).
  • Ji Mi (2006. University of Peking).
  • Karthika Sasikumar (2006. State University of California, Santa Jose).
  • Jason Lyall (2005. Princeton University).
  • Matthew Rudolph (2003).
  • Brian Bow (2003. Dalhousie University, Canada).
  • Arturo Santa-Cruz (2003. University of Guadalajara, Mexico).
  • Ming Yue (2003).
  • Xu Xin (2003. Cornell University).
  • Derek Hall (2001. University of Trent, Canada).
  • Rachel Epstein (2001. University of Colorado).
  • Alexandra Gheciu (2001. University of Ottawa).
  • Ulrich Krotz (2001. Brown University).
  • Adam Segal (2000. Council on Foreign Relations) (co-chair).
  • Tianbiao Zhu (2000. Peking University) (co-chair).
  • Ken Forsberg (1999. U.S. Senate staff member) (co-chair).
  • Rawi Abdelal (1999. Harvard University Business School).
  • Dia Anagnostou (1998. Aristotelian University Thessaloniki) (co-chair).
  • Paul Doremus (1998. U.S. Bureau of Standards).
  • Peter Andreas (1998. Brown University).
  • Amy Gurowitz (1998. UC Berkeley) (co-chair).
  • Natasha Hamilton-Hart (1998. University of Singapore).
  • Chris Hemmer (1998. Airforce Academy).
  • David Leheny (1998. Princeton University).
  • Dan Thomas (1997. University College Dublin).
  • Marc Lynch (1997. George Washington University) (co-chair).
  • Steve Casper (1997. Claremont Colleges).
  • Nina Tannenwald (1996. Brown University).
  • Kozo Kato (1996. Sophia University Tokyo).
  • Elena Iankova (1996. Cornell University) (co-chair).
  • Robert Hermann (1996. Freedom House).
  • Chris Reus-Smit (1995. Australian National University) (co-chair).
  • Gil Merom (1994. University of Sidney and Tel-Aviv).
  • Ikuo Kume (1994. Waseda University).
  • Richard Price (1994. University of British Columbia).
  • Steve Van Holde (1993. Kenyon College).
  • Christine Ingebritsen (1993. University of Washington).
  • Michael Marks (1993. Williamette University).
  • David Patton (1992. Connecticut College).
  • Lisa Baglione (1992. St. John's University).
  • Paul Kowert (1992. University of Miami).
  • Francis Admas (1992. Old Dominion University).
  • Audie Klotz (1991. Syracuse University).
  • Peter Johnson (1991).
  • Roy Nelson (1991. University of Arizona).
  • Paul D'Anieri (1991. University of Florida).
  • Simon Reich (1988. Rutgers University).
  • Keiichi Tsunekawa (1988. University of Tokyo).
  • Aline Kuntz (1987. University of New Hampshire).
  • Athanassios Platias (1986. Panteion University, Greece).
  • Lars Bang-Jensen (1986).
  • Lou Pauly (1986. University of Toronto).
  • Alan Cafruny (1982. Hamilton College).
  • Jeremiah Riemer (1982).

Dissertation Committee Member

  • Fred Bartel (2017. Yale University, Postdoctoral Fellowship).
  • Audrey Comstock (2016).
  • Kelly Pike (2013)
  • Maria Sperandei (2013)
  • Allison McQueen (2011. Stanford University).
  • Martha Clarke (2008. Rand Corporation).
  • Marco Hauptmeier (2007. University of Cardiff).
  • Tomas Larson (2006. Cambridge University).
  • Dan Placfan (2006. University of Michigan).
  • Stephen Jackson (2005. University of Sydney).
  • Hyeok Kwon (2004. Korea University).
  • Mark Anner (2004. Penn State).
  • Joe Foudy (2003. Hunter College).
  • Dominique Caouette (2003. University of Montreal).
  • Beate Sissenich (2003. Indiana University).
  • Martin Behrens (2002. HansBoeckler Stiftung).
  • Raj Patel (2002).
  • David Rueda (2001. Oxford University).
  • Anirudh Krishna (2000. Duke University).
  • Qunjian Tian (2000. Connecticut College).
  • Aseema Sinha (2000. University of Wisconsin).
  • Eva Lotta Hedman (1998. School of Oriental and Asian Studies).
  • Bijoy Mishra (1996).
  • Ken Bush (1994. University of Ottawa).
  • David Lytel (1995).
  • Robert Letcher (1994).
  • Tim Larrison (1994).
  • Elizabeth Kier (1992. University of Washington).
  • Lynne Wozniak (1991).
  • John Garofano (1991. Navy War College).
  • Diarmuid Maguire (1990. University of Sydney, Australia).
  • Cynthia Witman (1989).
  • Francine D'Amico (1989. Syracuse University).
  • Richard Friman (1986. Marquette).
  • Jean Aden (1986. World Bank).
  • Loretta de Lucca (1986).
  • Michael Greve (1986).
  • Herman Schwartz (1986. University of Virginia).
  • William Keller (1986. University of Pittsburgh).
  • Matthew Evangelista (1986. Cornell University).
  • Joe Grieco (1982. Duke University).
  • Bruce Jentleson (1983. Duke University).
  • David Lake (1983. UC San Diego).
  • Ariel Levite (1983).
  • Nancy Love 1983. Penn State University).
  • Glenn Fong (1982. University of Arizona).
  • Miriam Golden (1982. UCLA).
  • William Barry (1980).
  • Gerald Steinberg (1980. Bar Ilan University).
  • Nathan Schwartz (1980).
  • Mary Weaver (1980. Occidental).
  • Robert Spitzer (1979. SUNY Cortland).
  • Alan Alexandroff (1978. University of Toronto).
  • James Jacobs (1978. University of Nevada).
  • Pauli Jarrvenpaa (1978).
  • Wallace Koehler (1977).