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Biography
Prof. Patrick James

School of International Relations, Dana and Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences

University of Southern California, USA

Professor


Email: patrickj@usc.edu


Qualifications

1984 Ph.D., Government and Politics, University of Maryland, USA

1978 B.A., Honours History, University of Western Ontario, USA


Publications (Selected)
  1. (with Jonathan Paquin, eds.) A Transformative Decade: North American Security Relations Since the Shock. (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, forthcoming, 2012).
  2. Canada and Conflict. (Toronto: Oxford University Press, forthcoming, 2012).
  3. (with Abigail Ruane) The International Relations of Middle-earth: Learning from the Lord of the Rings. (Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, forthcoming, 2012).
  4. (with Klaus-Dieter Ertler, Stewart Gill and Susan Hodgett, eds.) Canadian Studies: The State of the Art. (Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2011).
  5. (ed.) Religion, Identity and Global Governance: Theory, Evidence and Practice. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2011).
  6. Constitutional Politics in CanadaAfter the Charter: Liberalism, Communitarianism and Systemism. (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2010).
  7. (withGallyaLahav and Nukhet Sandal, eds.) ISA Encyclopedia: Ethnicity, Nationalism and Migration. (Boston, MA: Blackwell, 2010).
  8. (with Ralph A. Carter, Valerie Hudson, Steve Redd and Jeffrey Pickering, eds.) ISA Encyclopedia: Foreign Policy Analysis. (Boston, MA: Blackwell, 2010).
  9. (with Annette Freyberg-Inan and Ewan Harrison, eds.) Rethinking Realism in International Relations: Between Tradition and Innovation. (Baltimore, MD: JohnsHopkinsUniversity Press, 2009).
  10. (with Mark Kasoff, eds.) Canadian Studies in the New Millennium. 1st and 2nd eds. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2007, 2012).
  11. (with Jenifer Whitten-Woodring) “Fourth Estate or Mouthpiece?A Formal Model of Media, Protest and Government Respect for Physical Integrity Rights”, Political Communication, forthcoming.
  12. “Deterrence and Systemism: A Diagrammatic Exposition of Deterrence-Related Processes Leading to the War in Iraq”, St. Anthony’s International Review 7 (2012): 139-163.
  13. (withNadejda K. Marinova) “The Tragedy of Human Trafficking: Competing Theories and European Evidence”, Foreign Policy Analysis 8 (2012): 1-22.
  14. (withZeynepTaydas and Jason Enia) “Why Do Civil Wars Occur? Another Look at the Theoretical Dichotomy of Opportunity versus Grievance”, Review of International Studies 37 (2011): 2627-2650.
  15. “Symposium on Interdisciplinary Approaches to International Studies: History, Psychology, Technology Studies and Neuroeconomics”, International Studies Perspectives 12 (2011): 89-93.
  16. (withYitan Li and A. Cooper Drury) “An Exchange on “Diversionary Dragons, or ‘Talking Tough in Taipei’: Political Duplicity: A Reply to Jonathan Sullivan”, Journal of East Asian Studies 11 (2011): 144-152.
  17. (withNuhket A. Sandal, Enyu Zhang and Carolyn C. James) “Poliheuristic Theory and Crisis Decision Making: A Comparative Analysis of Turkey with China”, Canadian Journal of Political Science 44 (2011): 27-57.
  18. (withKwang-Jin Kim) “Learning from the Great War? The Origin of Democratic Peace”, Defence and Peace Economics 21 (2010): 487-505.
  19. (withDursunPeksen and ZeynepTaydas) “Why Do Civil Wars Occur? Understanding the Importance of Institutional Quality”, Civil Wars 12 (2010): 195-217.
  20. (withNukhet A. Sandal) “Religion and International Relations Theory: Towards a Mutual Understanding”, European Journal of International Relations 17 (2011): 3-25.
  21. “Presidential Address, Association for Canadian Studies in the United States, 2009 – Systems of Canadian Studies,” American Review of Canadian Studies 40 (2010): 429-437.
  22. (with A. Cooper Drury and Yitan Li) “Diversionary Dragons, or, Talking Tough in Taipei: Cross-Strait Relations in the New Millennium”, Journal of East Asian Studies 9 (2009): 369-398.
  23. (with Neal Carter) “Grab the Signatures and Run”: Federal Unity Strategy in Canada from the Referendum to Patriation”, International Political Sociology 3 (2009): 194-217.
  24. (with Jonathan Fox and Yitan Li) “State Religion and Discrimination Against Ethnic Minorities”, Nationalism and Ethnic Politics 15 (2009): 1-22.