Lenore G. Martin
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CURRENT POSITIONS

Professor and Chair Department of Political Science and International Studies,Emmanuel College

Associate, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, (WCFIA)

Associate, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University, (CMES)

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

B.A. Brooklyn College, 1966

M.A. University of Chicago, 1968

Ph.D.University of Chicago, 1979 (Dissertation: A Systematic Study of Boundary Disputes in the Persian Gulf)

PUBLICATIONS

Books

Winter, 2004, The Future of Turkish Foreign Policy, Lenore G. Martin and Dimitris Keridis editors. Cambridge: The MIT Press; Translated into Greek, O Rolos Kai I Thesi Tis Tourkias Ston Kosmo: Sychroni Pragmatikotita Kai Mellontikes Prokliseis, Athens: I Sideris, 2006 (The Role and the Position of Turkey in the World: Current Reality and Future Challenges)

Winter, 1999, New Frontiers in Middle East Security, Lenore G. Martin editor. New York: St. Martin’s /Palgrave paperback, 2001

Summer, 1984, The Unstable Gulf: Threats from Within. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books

Editor of Journal Special Editions

Turkish Studies, Special Issue on Turkey and the Middle East,Vol 12, No. 4, December 2011 with Meliha Altunisik

Turkish Studies, Special Issue on Turkey a Trans-Regional Actor, Volume 10, No.1, March 2009

Articles and Chapters

2016“Turkish – Chinese Bilateral and Multilateral Security Cooperation,” Sociology of Islam Journal, Vol 4, No. 1-2, 113-128

2014     “Turkey’s Challenges,” Great Decisions, Foreign Policy Association, New York, NY

2013 “Turkey and the USA in a Bipolarizing Middle East,” Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, Vol 15, No 2, 177-185, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19448953.2013.775037

2013 “Resolving the Challenges to Security and Cooperation in the Wider Black Sea Region,” in Ayca Ergun and Hamlet Isaxanli, eds. Security and Cross-Border Cooperation in the EU, the Black Sea Region and the Southern Caucasus, NATO Science for Peace and Security Series, E: Human and Societal Dynamics, Vol. 107,IOS Press, Amsterdam

2012 “Turkish Foreign Policy in the New World Order,” in Metin Heper and Sabri Sayari, eds. The Routledge Handbook of Modern Turkey, Routledge

2011 “Making Sense of Turkish Foreign Policy in the Middle East Under the AKP,” Turkish Studies, Vol 12, No. 4, December 2011 with Meliha Altunisik

March 2010  Berger, A., Cox, H., Kelman, H.C., Martin, L.G., Mendelsohn, E., Norton, A.R., Steiner, H., & Walt, S.M. Israel and Palestine—Two states for two peoples: If not now, when? Policy statement of the Boston Study Group on Middle East Peace. In A. Berger et al., Israel and Palestine—Two states for two peoples: If not now, when? (pp. 1–14). An electronic publication available at the Foreign Policy Association online bookstore: www.fpa.org

March 2010 Kelman, H.C., & Martin, L.G. Palestinian Refugees. In A. Berger et al., Israel and Palestine—Two states for two peoples: If not now, when? (pp. 15–22). An electronic publication available at the Foreign Policy Association online bookstore: www.fpa.org

2009“U.S. Relations With Turkey,” in Robert Looney, editor. A Handbook of U.S.-Middle East Relations, Routledge

2009“Turkey and Gulf Cooperation Council Security,” Turkish Studies, Vol. 10, No. 1 March 2009 

2009     Introduction to Special Issue of Turkish Studies, Turkey a Trans-Regional Actor, Vol 10, No 1 March 2009     

July, 2004 “Middle East Overview,” Citizen’s Guide to U.S. Foreign Policy, New York: Foreign Policy Association

Winter, 2004      “Turkey’s Middle East Foreign Policy,” in Lenore G. Martin and Dimitris Keridis, editors. The Future of Turkish Foreign Policy. Cambridge: The MIT Press

July, 2003 “Assessing the Impact of U.S.- Israeli Relations on the Arab World,” Carlisle Barracks: Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College

Fall, 2002     “Conceptualizing Security in the Middle East: Israel and a Palestinian State,” in Tami Jacoby and Brent Sasley, eds., Redefining Security in the Middle East. Manchester: Manchester University Press

Spring, 2002       “Arafat’s Dueling Dilemmas: Succession and the Peace Process,” in Middle East Review of International Affairs (MERIA) Journal, vol. 6, no. 1 (March 2002)

Spring, 2002“Turkey and the Contemporary Middle East: The Search for National Security” in Hasan Celal Güzel, C. Cem Oğuz, and Osman Karatay, The Turks, vol. 5 (Ankara: Yeni Türkiye Publications, 2002); also  In Turkish as “Türkiye ve Günümüzde Orta Doğu: Ulusal Güvenlik Arayışı” in Hasan Celal Güzel, Kemal Çiçek, and Salim Koca, Türkler, vol. 17 (Ankara: Yeni Türkiye Yayınları, 2002)

Spring, 2000       “Turkey’s Security in the Middle East,” Turkish Studies,   vol I, no. 1, Spring 2000

Spring, 2000       “Ortadoğu’da Ulusal Güvenlik: Bütünsel Bir Yaklaşıma Doğru” (“The Search for Security in the Middle East: A Theoretical Approach”) in Augustus Richard Norton, ed., Ortadoğu Politikları ve Güvenlik: Yeni Yönelimler (Middle East Politics and Security: New Directions),  Istanbul (also published in Persian and Arabic)

Winter, 1999     “Towards an Integrated Approach to National Security in the Middle East” in Lenore G. Martin, ed., New Frontiers in Middle East Security

Winter, 1995      Turbulence in the Gulf: Assessing the Shifting Currents, in Masayuki Yamauchi, ed., The Middle East And Central Asia After The Collapse Of The Soviet Union, Asahi Press

Spring, 1991 Iran and the Changing Balance of Power in the Persian Gulf, The Iranian Journal of International Affairs, vol III, no. 1, Spring 1991

Fall, 1990     Gulf Policy After the Iraqi Invasion of Kuwait, Oxford International Review, vol II, no. 1, 199O

Winter, 1987Patterns of Regional Conflict and U.S. Gulf Policy, in William Olson, ed., U.S. Security Interests in the Gulf Region (Westview Press).

Spring, 1983Inter-Arab Disputes in the Middle East, Middle East Review Special Report, No. 4 (1982/83).

Winter, 1982 The Political Implications of Boundary Disputes in the Persian Gulf, Middle East Review, Fall-Winter 1982.

Newspaper Articles and Op-Eds

March 2013“Obama’s Moment to Make the Case for Middle East Peace,” The Foreign Policy Association blog, with the Boston Study Group on Middle East Peace Berger, A., Cox, H., Kelman, H.C., Martin, L.G., Mendelsohn, E., Norton, A.R., Steiner, H., & Walt, S.M., March 11, 2013 http://foreignpolicyblogs.com/2013/03/11/obamas-moment-to-make-the-case-for-middle-east-peace/

November 2011 “ Addressing ‘the Kurdish Question’,” The New York Times, Room for Debate, November 15, 2011

June 2011 “Turkey’s New AKP Government: Will it Move Towards a Liberal or Illiberal Democracy? ” Huffington Post, June 22, 2011 with Joshua Walker.

May, 2011 “Is Turkey losing its balancing act in the new Middle East?” The Middle East Channel on ForeignPolicy.com May 26, 2011 with Joshua Walker

February, 2009 “A Stimulus Package for Reviving the Peace Process,” The Mideast Peace Pulse, February 17, 2009

April, 2008“Turkey’s Constitutional Crisis – From Lose-Lose to Win-Win,” in Middle East Bulletin (on-line publication), April 14, 2008 reprinted in Hurriyet, April 17, 2008

August, 2007 “The Missing Link in Gulf Security,” The Boston Globe, August 30, 2007; reprinted in the Turkish Daily News as “Turkey the Missing Player in Gulf Security,” September 4, 2007

September, 2006“Turkey’s Iraq Problem,” The Washington Post, September 16, 2006

February, 2005“A Bush Plan for the Middle East,” The Boston Globe, February 5, 2005; reprinted as “Real Security for Israel Can Only Be Found in Real Peace,” Daily Star (Lebanon) Wednesday, February 16, 2005  

April, 1991 Interlude in Iran, The Washington Post, April 6, 1991.  

February, 1991 Interview with Lenore G. Martin, Kayhan International, February 16, 1991, pp. 8 - 9.

August, 1990Crisis Was Avoidable, Boston Globe, Focus section, August 12, 1990.

October, 1980 For A Gulf NATO, The New York Times , October 9, 1980

INTERVIEWS (Samples)

January 2015, “Turkey-U.S. Relations in 2014,” Analist, USAK, Ankara http://www.usakanalist.com/detail.php?id=822191

January 10, 2014, “I do believe that Syria is a problem for the stability of Turkey,” Gulan Media http://www.gulan-media.com/english/print.php?id=96&section=2

August 13, 2013 “Netanyahu paralyzes two-state solution, risks US goodwill, Anadolu Agency http://www.aa.com.tr/en/headline/214606--i

September 27, 2012 U.S.-Israel Ties, Today Show, China Radio International http://english.cri.cn/8706/2012/09/27/2861s724548.htm

April 2, 2012 The Middle East is Polarized Around the US and Iran After Syria, Aksam http://www.aksam.com.tr/suriye-sonrasinda-ortadoguda-abd-ve-iran-kutuplari-olustu--108094h.html

August 31, 2011 Has the Arab Spring Made Israel Less Safe, Today Show, China Radio International http://english.cri.cn/8706/2011/09/01/2861s656275.htm

September 17, 2010 Israel Needs to Reach a Two-State Solution, ORSAM http://orsam.org.tr/en/showArticle.aspx?ID=280

July 20, 2012 Turkey’s Foreign Policies, Today Show, China International Radio http://english.cri.cn/8706/2010/07/20/481s583964.htm

July 16, 2010 “Why Did Biden Come To Iraq?” Rudaw http://www.rudaw.net/english/interview/3012.html

February 17, 2009 Gaza Sours Israel-Turkey Relations, Aljazeera http://www.aljazeera.com/programmes/insidestory/2009/02/200921614571798366.html

PAPERS AND PANELS (1990 – PRESENT)

June 10, 2016“ Regime Change in Turkey: Kurdish Politics and Foreign Policy,” Panel Presentation, Centre for Turkish Studies, London

March 23, 2016 “ The Neoliberal Relationship Between the Kurdish Regional Government and Turkey: Is there a Role for China?” Conference on China in the Middle East, Qatar University, Qatar

March 16, 2016 “Turkey and the Middle East,” Roundtable on Peace at Home Peace in the World: How Relevant in Turkish Foreign Policy? International Studies Association Meeting, Atlanta

November 23, 2015 “Turkey Under Siege, Inside and Out: The Regional Dimension,” Herbert C. Kelman Seminar on International Conflict Analysis and Resolution, Harvard University

November 13, 2015 “Turkish Foreign Policy: The Kurdish Challenge,” panel on Decision-Making and Cases of Foreign Policy, Northeast Political Science Association Meeting, Philadelphia

March 17, 2015  “Turkish –Chinese Bilateral and Multilateral Security Cooperation, Conference on China in the Middle East, PekingUniversity, Beijing, China

March 10, 2015  “China and Turkish Foreign Policy Through a Security Lens,” Shanghai International Studies University, Shanghai, China

February 20, 2015   “Turkey Has Read its Davutoglu But Has it Read its Morgenthau?” Roundtable: Realities and Delusions of ‘Power’ in Turkish Foreign Policy,” International Studies Association, New Orleans

November 14, 2014 “ The Kurds and Turkish Foreign Policy in a Tumultuous Middle East,” Workshop on Turkish Foreign Policy in the 21st Century: The Human Dimension, Sponsored by the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung and Middle East Technical University, Ankara Turkey

August 6, 2014   “Gaza-Israel: Past-Present and Future” Civic Series, Cambridge MA

March 28, 2014“Turkey’s Role in a Troubled Black Sea,” Roundtable: Security Challenges in a Region of Regions, International Studies Association, Toronto, Canada

February 11, 2014 “Turkey at the Crossroads: The Political Impact of the Syrian Crisis in Turkey,” World Boston

January 31, 2014 “The Political Impact of the Syrian Refugee Crisis in Turkey,” Workshop on the Syrian Refugee Crisis and The Contiguous States, Boston University

November 16, 2013“Turkey’s Kurdish Conflict: Will the New Peace Process Succeed?” Northeastern Political Science Association, Philadelphia (with students Rebecca Marie Day and Leonidha Pulluqi)

July 30, 3013 Testimony, Massachusetts General Court on the Protests in Turkey

June 14, 2013“Turkish Foreign Policy: In an Evolving Middle East,” Northwest University, Xi’an, China

June 9, 2013  “ Turkish Foreign Policy in the Middle East: The Challenge of Turbulent Times,” Beijing Foreign Studies University, Beijing

June 9, 2013 “ Foreign Policy in a Changing World-The Challenge of the Syrian Crisis,” Beijing Foreign Studies University, Beijing

May 2, 2013 “The Black Sea in Turkish Foreign Policy: Security, Politics, and Energy,” with Ronald H. Linden, University of Pittsburgh, EU Center of Excellence/European Studies Center conference on The Changing Security Environment of the Black Sea.

June 14, 2012 “What Does a Restructuring Middle East Mean for Turkey, theUS and Their Foreign Policies,” St Antony’s College, University of Oxford

 March 29, 2012 “Turkey and the US in a Bipolarizing Middle East,” Koc University, Istanbul, conference on Turkish American Alliance in A Volatile Region: Challenges and Opportunities.

September 23, 2011“Structural Challenges to Security and Cooperation in the

      Black Sea Region, “Keynote speaker, NATO sponsored Conference on Cross-Border Cooperation in the EU, Black Sea Region and the Southern Caucasus organized by Middle East  Technical University, Turkey and Khazar University, Azerbaijan in Ankara.

June 23, 2011      “Turkey and Iran,” Middle East Institute, Second Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.

March 13, 2011 “Turkey-Israel Relations,” Workshop on Turkey-Israel, Institute for National Security Studies, Tel Aviv University    

November 4, 2010 “Recalibrating Turkish Foreign Policy: Turkey, the US and the Middle East,” co-sponsored by The Seminar on Turkey in the Modern World and The Middle East Seminar, Harvard University

May 27, 2010     “The Turkish-US Partnership: Its Evolving Parameters in the Middle East,” Department of International Relations, Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey

May 24, 2010     “Israel-Palestine-A Two-State Solution?” Istanbul Policy Center, Istanbul, Turkey 

May 20, 2010      “Israel-Palestine: If Not Two-States Now Then What?” Middle East Technical University International Relations Conference, Northern Cyprus

May 15-16, 2010 Invited Participant, “Turkish Diplomacy and Regional/Global Order in the Early XXIst Century,” Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Istanbul, Turkey

May 13, 2010      “The United States, Turkey and the Middle East,” Global Relations Forum, Task Force on Turkey-USA Relations, Istanbul, Turkey

March 31, 2010  “Turkish Foreign Policy and the KRG: An Analytical Framework,” Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey

March 23, 2010  “Turkey and the Gulf,” Ataturk University, Erzurum, Turkey

March 17, 2010   “Palestinian-Israeli Peace: If When and How?” Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey

March 4, 2010“Turkish Foreign Policy: The Integration of Its Domestic and International Variables,” Erciyes University, Kayseri, Turkey

January 30, 2009 “Turkey and the Middle East: Changes and Challenges” Fellows Seminar, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University

October 25, 2008 U.S. Policy on Turkey and the Israel-Palestine Conflict in the Upcoming Presidential Elections,” Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida

September 23, 2008 “Turkey and the Gulf: A New Romance?” Seminar on Turkey in the Modern World, Harvard University

June 26-27, 2008     Invited participant, Conference on “ Perceptions Misperceptions in the EU and Turkey: Stumbling Blocks on the Road to Accession,” organized by the Center for European Security Studies and the Turkish Institute, Netherlands

June 15, 2008 “Turkey’s Growing Role in the Middle East,” Comparative Interdisciplinary Studies Section of the International Studies Association, Paris

March 26, 2008 “Turkey and the Gulf: The Convergence of Identity Politics and Regional Strategic Interaction,” International Studies Association, San Francisco

June 15, 2007 “Resolving the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict: Is Now the Time?” Middle East Technical University, Ankara  

March 10, 2007 “Israel, Turkey and the Changing Landscape of the Middle East” Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida

March 3-5, 2007 Invited participant, British Foreign and Commonwealth Office Wilton Park Conference on “Turkey’s Accession Negotiations with the European Union: Towards a New Impetus?”

December 29, 2006 “The Turkish-Kurdish National Identity Dilemma” Conference on History: From Ancient to Modern, Athens Institute for Education and Research, Athens, Greece

November 13, 2006“Assessing the Impact of the 2006 Midterm Elections on U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East” a video conference Cairo-Washington-Cambridge for the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Embassy in Cairo

September 8, 2006 “Turkey and the Middle East: A Complex Strategic Dynamic” presentation on a panel “Turkey at a Crossroads” Economic Forum Krynica, Poland

July 19, 2006 “A Critique of the Mearsheimer-Walt Paper” The Israel Culture and Politics Study Group, CMES    

June 16, 2006 “U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East: A Critique” International Relations Conference, Middle East Technical University, Ankara

May 25, 2006 “Turkey’s Role in the Middle East” Koç University, Istanbul

March 31, 2006 Panelist, “Israelis, Palestinians, and Hamas” for the Group on Mass Violence, Harvard University

March 13, 2006“Turkey and the Middle East” presentation on a panel on “Turkey’s Turbulent Road to the E.U.” Woodrow Wilson International Center For Scholars, Washington, D.C.

February 23, 2006 “Reflections of an Observer of the Palestinian Legislative Elections, The WCFIA/CMES Middle East Seminar, Harvard University

February 23, 2006 Panel discussant, “The Palestinian Election: What We Saw” Institute of Politics, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

October 10, 2005 “U.S. Policy in the Middle East” as part of a panel on “Peace and Culture” World Cultural Forum, Nara, Japan

July 12-14, 2005 Invited Participant, Conference on Iraq’s Constitutional Process, Abant, Turkey, co-sponsored by the Foundation for Middle East and Balkan Studies and the Iraq Foundation for Development and Democracy

July 5, 2005 “U.S. Foreign Policy in the Gulf,” Al Quds University, East Jerusalem

July 1, 2005 “Iraq and Gulf Security,” International Relations Conference, Middle East Technical University, Ankara

May 31, 2005“Resolving U.S. Foreign Policy Dilemmas in the Gulf, ” Middle East Program, Middle East Technical University, Ankara

April 12, 2005 “The War in Iraq: Will it Change the Middle East?” World Boston, Great Decisions 2005 Lecture Series, Boston Public Library

March 2005“U.S. Policy in the Gulf,” presentation for Round Table on Security in the Gulf after Saddam Hussein, International Studies Association Meeting, Hawaii

February 2005 “Regional Realities and U.S. Foreign Policy-The Middle East,” Harvard National Model United Nations, Boston

September, 2004 “The Reshaping of International Security in the Gulf,” written for American Political Science Association Meeting, Chicago, Illinois

March, 2004“Turkey, Iraq, and the Gulf” Kokkalis Program and CMES

January, 2004 “Turkey and the Future Of Iraq,” Middle East Studies Program, Middle East Technical University, Ankara

June, 2003“Security in the Gulf After the Overthrow of Saddam Hussein,” at the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development, sponsored by the Center for Strategic and Future Studies, Kuwait University, Kuwait

May, 2003 “Security in the Gulf,” John F. Kennedy School of Government, Middle East Initiative, Kuwait Executive Program

April, 2003Panelist, “Iraq and the Middle East: Options for the Future,” Dudley House, Harvard University

October, 2002 “Assessing the Impact of U.S.- Israeli Relations on the Arab World,” Conference on The United States and the Arab World, University of   Maine

July, 2002    “Turkey in the Middle East: A Policy of Triangulation,” Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey, Conference on International Relations

March 2002 “The Implications of Turkey’s Domestic Politics on its National Security in the Middle East,” International Studies Association Conference, New Orleans

September, 2001 “Succession in a Revolutionary Regime: The Case of the PA,” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco

February, 2001 “Security for Israel and a Palestinian State,” International Studies Association Conference, Chicago

June, 2000   “Conceptualizing Security in the Middle East,” Conference on Redefining Security in the Middle East, McGill University

April, 2000  “A Preliminary Approach to a Framework for Security for Israel And a Palestinian State,” WCFIA/CMES Middle East Seminar, Harvard University

February, 2000 “The Implications of the Turkish-Israeli Relationship,” Study Group on Modern Turkey, CMES

January, 1999“Turkey’s National Security and the Middle East at the End of The Twentieth Century,” University of Tokyo

November, 1997 “Turkey’s Search for Security in the Middle East,” CMES

March, 1997       “Turkey and the Middle East,” Northeastern University Turkish Student Association Conference

November, 1996 “Turkey and the Gulf,” Middle East Studies Association, Annual Meeting, Providence

April, 1996 “Defining Middle East Security in the Twenty First Century,” International Studies Association Conference, San Diego

November, 1995 “Security in the Middle East: The Conceptual Frontiers,” Middle East Seminar, CMES and WCFIA

December, 1994 “The Women’s Movement in the United States: From Suffrage to the ERA,” Middle East Technical University, Ankara

February, 1993The Gulf after the Cold War, Harvard University Model United Nations

May, 1992The Impact of the New World Order on the Middle East, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore

May, 1992   The Effects of the End of the Cold War on Middle East International Politics, Institute for Developing Economies, Tokyo

September, 1991Perceptions of the Middle East Peace Process by Regional Actors, panel, Harvard University Middle East Seminar

July, 1991 The Middle East in the Wake of the Gulf Crisis, Palestinian Society for the Study of International Affairs, East Jerusalem

February, 1991 Regional Implications of the Gulf Conflict, Harvard University Seminar on Management of Regional Conflict and the Middle East Seminar

February, 1991Panelist, Forum on Gulf Crisis, Lesley College, Boston

January, 1991 Iran and the Changing Balance of Power in the Persian Gulf, Institute for Political & International Studies, Teheran

January, 1991Panelist, A Women's Forum on the Persian Gulf, Boston

October, 1990 Background of the Gulf Crisis and Future U.S. Policy in the Area, The Nieman Foundation, Harvard University

October, 1990The Changing Balance of Power in the Gulf, panel Harvard Law School

September, 1990Panel discussant, The Gulf Crisis: Origins and Options, CMES

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

2012 Saint Antony’s College, University of Oxford, Senior Associate Member, Trinity Term

1984 - PresentResearch Associate/Affiliate, CMES, Harvard University.

1990 - Present Associate, WCFIA, Harvard University.

1996 - Present Co-Chair, WCFIA-CMES Middle East Seminar, Harvard University.

1999 - Present   Chair, Seminar on Turkey in the Modern World, Harvard University Co-chaired with Professor Cemal Kafadar until 2014. Formerly titled Study Group on Modern Turkey, renamed Seminar on Modern Turkey (January 2006) later Seminar on Turkey in the Modern World, (September 2008), Harvard University. Chair, Seminar on Turkey in the Modern World (2014-2015)

1999- Present Editorial Board, Turkish Studies.

ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS EMMANUEL COLLEGE (excluding extensive Committee Service)

1982 - 2006 Chair, Department of Political Science, Emmanuel College

1999 - 2006 Chair, History Department, Emmanuel College

2000 - 2006       Chair/Coordinator, Global Studies Major, Emmanuel College

2014 - presentChair, Department of Political Science and International Studies

ACADEMIC PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT

2013 Development of Middle East Minor, Emmanuel College

2013 Initiator and organizer of Middle East Week at Emmanuel College: The Changing Middle East: Will it Bring Democracy and Peace? Guest speakers Dr. Sadik Al-Azm and Dr. Ron Pundak

2007 – 2008       Member of Strategic Planning Committee, Emmanuel College

2000 Initiator and first Chair, Global Studies major, Emmanuel College

1999Initiator and Co-Chair of Study Group on Modern Turkey, CMES (now Seminar on Turkey in the Modern World WCFIA/CMES), Harvard University

1993 Initiator and Director, Study Group on Arms Control in the Middle East, WCFIA and CMES, Harvard University

1990 Initiator and Director, Study Group, International Perspectives on the Question of a Palestinian State, CMES, Harvard University

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

2016     University of Oxford, St Antony’s College, Visiting Academic, Trinity Term

2012 University of Oxford, St Antony’s College, Senior Associate Member, Trinity Term

October 27-28, 2011 Member of Fulbright Peer Review Aegean/Black Sea Committee

Fall, 2008 Member of Fulbright Screening Committee for Graduate Student Awards, Turkey, Greece and Cyprus.

January 22-26, 2006 International Observer of the January 25, 2006 Palestinian Legislative Elections with the NDI/Carter Center International Observation Mission.

October, 1998 Co-organizer of Conference on The Future of Turkish Foreign Policy, John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Fall, 1997 Professor, “American Foreign Policy in the Middle East” Institute of Politics, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.

Spring, 1997Visiting Scholar Center for International Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

1994 - 1996 Director of project on “New Frontiers in Middle East Security,” Conferences held June, 1995 at Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey; and June, 1996 at Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio, Italy Conference Center.

Spring, 1993       Director, Study Group on Arms Control in the Middle East, WCFIA and CMES

Spring, 1990Director, Study Group, International Perspectives on the Question of a Palestinian State, CMES

REFEREED FOR:

Comparative Politics; International Security; Turkish Studies; Political Science Quarterly; New Perspectives on Turkey; Cambridge University Press; Lynne Rienner Press; Praeger Press; Routledge Press; Georgetown University Press

POSTDOCTORAL GRANTS AND AWARDS

2012-2013 One WorldBoston, a Cummings Foundation Affiliate, for development of a Middle East Program at Emmanuel College

Spring2010 Fulbright Senior Researcher, Turkey

2009-2013   Louise Doherty Wyant Chair, Emmanuel College

2006 Fulbright Senior Specialist, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey, for development of the Middle East Studies program.

2005 Fulbright Senior Specialist, Middle East Technical University, Ankara for preliminary work on developing a Center for Middle Eastern Studies.

2004 Kuwait Research Fund, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University for research on International Security in the Gulf.

2003 Kuwait Research Fund, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University for research on Kuwait’s national security.

2002 Emmanuel College, Faculty Development Grant.

1997 Maurice Pechet Foundation grant for research in Turkey, Israel and Syria.

1996 Rockefeller Foundation grant for use of Bellagio Conference and Study Center for project on New Frontiers in Middle East Security.

1995 Emmanuel College Faculty Excellence Award.

1993 - 1996Maurice Pechet Foundation grant for project on Middle East security issues.

1990 – 1991 Maurice Pechet Foundation grant for research on the International Implications of a Palestinian State. Research travel to Oman, UAE, Syria, Jordan, Egypt, Israel and the Occupied Territories.

1988 Research Institute for Medicine and Chemistry grant for research on Egypt and the Gulf. Research travel to Kuwait, Bahrain, Jordan, Egypt,  Israel and the Occupied Territories.

Summer, 1986Maurice Pechet Foundation grant for research in the Middle East. Research travel to Egypt, Israel and the Occupied Territories.

Spring, 1982Faculty Development Grant from Emmanuel College.

CURRENT PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

American Political Science Association

International Studies Association

Middle East Studies Association