Andrea and Charles Bronfman Chair in Israeli Studies
Honorary Professor, University of Copenhagen
BackgroundAndrea and Charles Bronfman Chair of Israeli Studies, Professor of Political Science, editor of International Organization, and Honorary Professor at the University of Copenhagen. Research interests: The international politics of identity and peace, rationality and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, strategic logic, including deterrence, in post-Cold War international security, the role of practice in international relations, the evolution of European order, European security institutions, and international relations theory, in particular, constructivism, epistemic communities, security communities, and communities of practice. Publications include: The Power of Ideology (1987); Progress in Postwar International Relations (with Beverly Crawford) (ed.) (1991); Security Communities (with Michael Barnett) (ed.) (1998); Communitarian International Relations (2005); Convergence of Civilizations (with Federica Bicchi, Beverly Crawford, and Raffaella Del Sarto) (ed.) (2006); International Practices (with Vincent Pouliot) (ed.) (2011), and articles in International Organization, the European Journal of International Relations, the Review of International Studies, and International Theory. Current projects include international practices and the evolution of international order, a constructivist reconsideration of strategic logic, including deterrence, in post-Cold War international security, , rationality and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and Israel’s relations with the world.
EducationB.A., Hebrew University of Jerusalem
M.A., Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
Research InterestsInternational Relations Theory
BooksIsrael in the World. London: Routledge.
International Practices. Cambridge University Press (edited with Vincent Pouliot)
Emanuel Adler, Federica Bicchi, Beverly Crawford, and Raffaella Del Sarto, eds. (2006) The convergence of civilizations: constructing a Mediterranean Region. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Emanuel Adler (2005) Communitarian international relations: the epistemic foundations of international relations. London: Routledge.
Emanuel Adler and Michael Barnett, eds. (1998) Security Communities. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Emanuel Adler and Beverly Crawford, eds. (1991) Progress in Postwar International Relations. New York: Columbia University Press.
Emanuel Adler (1987) The Power of Ideology: the Quest for Technological Autonomy in Argentina and Brazil. Berkeley, New York, Los Angeles and London: University of California Press.