Curriculum Vitae

CV Last Updated: July 1, 2016

Jeffrey S. Lantis

Department of Political Science
The College of Wooster
Wooster, OH 44691
jlantis@wooster.edu

PROFESSIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS

Professor, Department of Political Science, The College of Wooster, 2008-present [Associate Professor 2000-2007; Assistant Professor 1994-2000].

Chair, Department of Political Science, The College of Wooster, 2014-2015 [and 2003-2006].

Visiting Scholar, Institute for Security and Conflict Studies, The Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University, 2010.

Chair, International Relations Program, The College of Wooster, 2008-2010 [and 1996-2002].

J. William Fulbright Senior Scholar, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies at The Australian National University, Canberra, and the School of Social Sciences and International Studies, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, 2007.

President, Active Learning in International Affairs Section of the ISA, 2003-2004.

Visiting Scholar, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada, 2002.

Faculty Associate, Lyman L. Lemnitzer Center for NATO and European Union Studies, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, 1994-present.

Visiting Scholar, German Council on Foreign Relations, Bonn, Germany, 1996-1998.

EDUCATION

Ph.D. The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, 1994.
M.A. The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, 1992.
B.A. Bethany College, Bethany, West Virginia, 1988, summa cum laude.

SELECTED FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS, AWARDS, and HONORS

Director, Leadership Development Program Workshop on International Partnerships in Higher Education, Accra, Ghana. Workshop sponsored by the African Competitiveness Education Center and the Center for Sustained Domestic Security and Development (CESDOSED), 2016.

Director, Workshops on Active Teaching and Learning in International Affairs, Centro de Estudios Políticos e Internacionales (CEPI), Universidad del Rosario, Bogota, Colombia (2016); The University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia (2010); Moscow State Institute for International Relations, Russia (MGIMO-University) (2008); and the Institute for International Relations, University of Brasilia, Brazil (2006).

International Studies Association Catalytic Workshop Grant, “Think Globally, Teach Locally? Active Teaching and Learning in Cross-National Perspective,” Co-principal investigators Matthew Krain and Kent Kille. Workshop directed at the Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, San Diego, CA, March 2012.

2010 Deborah J. Gerner Award for Innovative Teaching: the International Studies Association’s the association’s highest award for teaching; Co-recipients Matthew Krain and Kent Kille.

Nominee, Bernard Brodie Prize for the Best Article to published in Contemporary Security Policy, 2009.

Member, American Political Science Association Teaching and Learning Program Committee, and Moderator for Tracks on Internationalizing the Curriculum (2011) and Simulations and Role-Play (2012).

Great Lakes Colleges Association Pathways to Learning Collegium Grant for Innovative Pedagogy, 2009.

Accredited Observer, United Nations Preparatory Committee for the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT), May 2009.

J. William Fulbright Senior Scholar Fellowship Award for Research in Australia, 2006-2007.

Henry Luce III Fund for Distinguished Scholarship, The College of Wooster, 1998; 2002; 2010; 2014; 2017.

PUBLICATIONS

Books

Arms and Influence: U.S. Technology Innovations and the Evolution of International Security Norms, Stanford University Press, 2016.

Strategic Culture and Security Policies in the Asia-Pacific, Editor, Routledge, 2015.

United States Foreign Policy in Action, Wiley-Blackwell, 2013.

Foreign Policy in Comparative Perspective: Domestic and International Influences on State Behavior, Second Edition, Editor, with Ryan K. Beasley, Juliet Kaarbo, and Michael T. Snarr, Sage/CQ Press, 2012.

The Global Classroom: An Essential Guide to Study Abroad, with Jessica DuPlaga, Paradigm Publishers, 2010.

The Life and Death of International Treaties: Double-Edged Diplomacy and the Politics of Ratification in Comparative Perspective, Oxford University Press, 2009.

Strategic Dilemmas and the Evolution of German Foreign Policy Since Unification, Praeger Publishers, 2002.

Foreign Policy in Comparative Perspective: Domestic and International Influences on State Behavior, Editor, with Ryan K. Beasley, Juliet Kaarbo, and Michael T. Snarr, CQ Press, 2001.

The New International Studies Classroom: Active Teaching, Active Learning, Editor, with Lynn M. Kuzma and John Boehrer, Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2000.

Domestic Constraints and the Breakdown of International Agreements, Praeger Publishers, 1997.

The Brassey’s Mershon American Defense Annual, 1995-96, Associate Editor, with Williamson Murray, Brassey’s, 1995.

Journal Articles, Book Chapters, and Refereed Publications (past 10 years)

“To Boldly Go Where No Country Has Gone Before: U.S. Norm Antipreneurism and the Weaponization of Outer Space,” in Norm Antipreneurs and the Politics of Resistance to Global Normative Change, Edited by Alan Bloomfield and Shirley V. Scott, Routledge, 2016.

“Global Security,” with Michael T. Snarr, in Snarr, ed., Introducing Global Issues, Sixth Edition, Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2016.

“Strategic Culture and National Security Policies in Latin America,” with Brian Fonseca, in Fonseca and Eduardo Gamarra, eds., Culture and National Security in the Americas, Palgrave, 2016.

“Are All Foreign Policy Innovators Created Equal? The New Generation of Congressional Foreign Policy Entrepreneurship,” with Kevin Marsh, Foreign Policy Analysis 12:3 (June 2016).

“Nonproliferation and Norm Discourse: An Agentic Constructivist Model of U.S. Nuclear Export Policy Changes,” Politics & Policy 44:2 (April 2016).

“Strategic Culture,” with Darryl Howlett, in John Baylis, James J. Wirtz, and Colin S. Gray, eds., Strategy in the Contemporary World, Fifth Edition, Oxford University Press, 2016.

“Nuclear Technology and Norm Stewardship: A Critical Analysis of U.S. Nonproliferation Policies,” International Studies Perspectives 16:4 (November 2015).

“Active Teaching and Learning in Cross-National Perspective,” with Matthew Krain and Kent J. Kille, International Studies Perspectives 16:2 (May 2015).

Editor, Special Issue of Contemporary Security Policy“Strategic Cultures and Security Policies in the Asia-Pacific” 35:2 (August 2015).

“Active Teaching and Learning in Cross-National Perspective,” with Matthew Krain and Kent J. Kille, International Studies Perspectives 16:2 (May 2015).

“The Life-Cycle of International Regimes: Temporality and Exclusive Forms of Cooperation,” with Llewelyn Hughes and Mireya Solis, Journal of International Organizations Studies 5:2 (Autumn 2014).

“Economic Competition and Nuclear Cooperation: The ‘Nuclear Renaissance’ Revisited,” The Nonproliferation Review 21:1 (March 2014).

“Executive Decisions and Preventive War: Strategies of Intervention and Withdrawal in Iraq (2003–2011),” with Eric Moskowitz, in Ralph Carter, ed., Contemporary Cases in U.S. Foreign Policy, Fifth Edition, Sage/CQ Press, 2014.

“Strategic Culture,” with Darryl Howlett, in John Baylis, James J. Wirtz, and Colin S. Gray, eds., Strategy in the Contemporary World, Fourth Edition, Oxford University Press, 2013.

“War and Peace on Film,” in Robert W. Glover and Daniel Tagliarina, eds., The Medium is the Lesson: Innovative Pedagogy and Politics in the 21st Century, Continuum Publishers, 2012.

“The Analysis of Foreign Policy in Comparative Perspective,” in Ryan K. Beasley, Juliet Kaarbo, Jeffrey S. Lantis, and Michael T. Snarr, eds., Foreign Policy in Comparative Perspective: Domestic and International Influences on State Behavior, Second Edition, Sage/CQ Press, 2012.

“Redefining the Nonproliferation Norm? Australian Uranium, the NPT, and the Global Nuclear Revival,” Australian Journal of Politics and History 57:4 (December 2011).

“Continuity or Change? The Strategic Culture of Australia,” with Andrew A. Charlton (Class of ’10), Comparative Strategy 30:4 (December 2011).

“Track Summary: Internationalizing the Curriculum II: Study Abroad and Institutional Strategies,” PS: Political Science & Politics 44:3 (July 2011).

“Irrational Exuberance? The 2010 NPT Review, Sensitive Nuclear Assistance, and Norm Deconstruction” Nonproliferation Review 18:2 (July 2011).

“The Return of the Imperial Presidency? The Bush Doctrine and U.S. Intervention in Iraq,” with Eric Moskowitz, in Ralph G. Carter, ed., Contemporary Cases in U.S. Foreign Policy: From Terrorism to Trade, Fourth Edition, Congressional Quarterly Press, 2010.

“The State of the Active Teaching and Learning Literature,” with Matthew Krain and Kent J. Kille, in Robert A. Denemark, ed., The International Studies Encyclopedia, Volume X, Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.

“Culture and National Security Policy,” with Darryl Howlett, in John Baylis, James Wirtz, Eliot Cohen, and Colin S. Gray, eds., Strategy in the Contemporary World, Third Edition, Oxford University Press, 2010.

“Strategic Culture and Tailored Deterrence: Bridging the Gap between Theory and Practice,” Contemporary Security Policy 30:3 (December 2009).

“Strategic Culture: From Clausewitz to Constructivism,” in Jeannie L. Johnson, Kerry M. Karchner, and Jeffrey A. Larsen, eds., Strategic Culture and Weapons of Mass Destruction: Culturally Based Insights into Comparative National Security Policymaking, Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

“Active Learning Across Borders: Lessons from an Interactive Workshop in Brazil,” with Kent J. Kille and Matthew Krain, International Studies Perspectives 9:4 (November 2008).

“Weapons Proliferation and Conflict,” in Michael T. Snarr, ed., Introducing Global Issues, Fourth Edition, Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2008.

“Australia’s Enduring Nuclear Debate,” Arms Control Today 38:3 (April 2008).

“The Return of the Imperial Presidency? The Bush Doctrine and U.S. Intervention in Iraq,” with Eric Moskowitz, in Ralph G. Carter, ed., Contemporary Cases in U.S. Foreign Policy: From Terrorism to Trade, Third Edition, Congressional Quarterly Press, 2008.

“The Short Shadow of U.S. Primacy,” Correspondence, International Security 31:3 (Winter 2006/2007).

“America’s Nuclear Addiction,” Defense & Security Analysis 22:4 (Winter 2006/2007).

“Building Knowledge? Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Global Problems Summit Simulation,” with Matthew Krain, International Studies Perspectives 7:4 (December 2006).

“The Life and Death of International Treaties: Double-Edged Diplomacy and the Politics of Ratification in Comparative Perspective,” International Politics 43:1 (Spring 2006).

“Strategic Culture: From Clausewitz to Constructivism,” Strategic Insights 10:4 (October 2005).

PROFESSIONAL RESEARCH AND CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (PAST FIVE YEARS)

“Norm Contestation and Nuclear Nonproliferation,” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, Atlanta, GA, March 2016.

“Cyberwarfare: The Changing Face of 21st Century Conflict,” Invited presentation for the National Policy Committee of the Friends Committee on National Legislation, Philadelphia, PA, August 2015.

“Strategic Culture and Security Policies in the Asia-Pacific,” Invited presentation for the Asian Responses to Perceptions of Asia-Pacific Strategic Cultures Workshop, East-West Center, Washington, DC, October 2014.

“To Boldly Go Where No Other Country Wants Us To: U.S. Norm Anti-Preneurism and the Weaponization of Outer Space,” Paper presented for ISA Catalytic Workshop: “Norm Anti-Preneurs: Enhancing Scholarly Understanding of Resistance to Global Normative and Legal Change,” Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, Toronto, Canada, March 2014.

“Strategic Culture is Dead. Long Live Strategic Culture!” Panel organizer and chair at Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, Toronto, Canada, March 2014.

“Constructivist Security Studies and Proliferation Pessimism,” Paper presented at the United States Institute of Peace Nuclear Norms and Governance Workshop, Monterey Institute of International Studies, Monterey, CA, March 2014.

“Moving Toward a Global Nexus? A Collaborative Project on Active Teaching and Learning in Cross-National Perspective,” with Matthew Krain and Kent J. Kille, Paper presented [by Krain] at the British International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Birmingham, England, June 2013.

“Strategic Cultures and Security Policies in the Asia-Pacific Region: Continuity or Change?” Panel Chair, Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, San Francisco, CA, April 2013.

“Think Globally, Teach Locally? Active Teaching and Learning in Cross-National Perspective,” Panel Chair, Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, San Francisco, CA, April 2013.

“Active Teaching and Learning in Cross-National Perspective,” with Kent J. Kille and Matthew Krain. Paper presented at the British International Studies Association and the International Studies Association Joint International Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland, June 2012.

“Active Teaching and Learning at a Small Liberal Arts College in the United States of America,” with Matthew Krain and Kent Kille, Paper presented for the International Studies Association Catalytic Workshop “Think Globally, Teach Locally? Active Teaching and Learning in Cross-National Perspective,” San Diego, CA, at the Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, San Diego, CA, 2012.

“The Life-Cycle of International Regimes: On the Elusive Dynamics of Institutional Change in IR,” with Mireya Solis and Llewelyn Hughes, at the Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, San Diego, CA, 2012.

Seminar Coordinator, “Nuclear Proliferation and Security” and “United States Foreign Policy and Grand Strategy,” Master Research Module, Institute for Political Science, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, Germany, 2011.

Invited Presentation, “Low Nuclear Numbers? IR Theory and Proliferation Pessimism,” Monterey Strategy Seminar, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, California, 2011.

“Strategic Culture and Deterrence: Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice,” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, Montreal, Canada, 2011.

“Disarmament and Security,” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, Montreal, Canada, 2011.

“Tearing Down the Nuclear Taboo? Leaders, Sensitive Nuclear Assistance, and Norm Deconstruction,” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, New Orleans, Louisiana, 2010.

“Strategic Culture and Security Policies in Latin America,” Florida International University and U.S. Southern Command Academic Consortium Workshop, Miami, Florida, 2009.

“Why Treaties Die,” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association, San Francisco, California, 2008.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

International Security
Introduction to International Relations
United States Foreign Policy
Problems of the Global Community
War and Peace on Film
Nuclear Security and Nonproliferation

Comparative Foreign Policy

Introduction to Global Issues

Introduction to Comparative Politics
First-Year Seminar: Politics and Global Responsibility
Model United Nations

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES CONSULTING AND CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT

I have served as an external reviewer for curricula in Political Science and International Relations for Texas Christian University, DePauw University, the University of South Australia, Ursinus College, the University of Mount Union, and Heidelberg College. I also directed a review of the politics and government curriculum for the Institute for the International Education of Students Programs in Freiburg, Germany (IES-Freiburg), and Vienna, Austria (IES-Vienna).

MANUSCRIPT REVIEWS

American Political Science Review

Foreign Policy Analysis

International Studies Quarterly
European Journal of International Relations
Journal of Politics
International Political Science Review
International Politics
International Studies Perspectives
Journal of Political Science Education
Contemporary Security Policy
International Studies Review

PS: Political Science and Politics

International Studies Notes
Congressional Quarterly Press
W.W. Norton and Company
Oxford University Press
Routledge Publishing
Dushkin/McGraw-Hill

 

UPDATED: December 1, 2016

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