BA, Sewanee: The University of the South; Ph.D., The Ohio State University
Research Areas: International Relations, Security Studies, Political Psychology, Insurgency, Terrorism
My principal research interests focus on decision-making during war, with emphasis on the effects of emotion on leaders’ bargaining behavior. I also have broad interests in political psychology insurgency, and terrorism. I have published articles in Political Psychology, International Organization, Foreign Policy Analysis, Security Studies, and International Studies Quarterly, and have forthcoming papers in the Journal of Conflict Resolution and Polity.
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Security Studies Students Honored
Security Studies Ph.D. candidate Rebecca Schiel won the grand prize in the Jim Winkates Graduate Student Paper Competition, awarded by the International Studies Association’s Southern…
Examining the Effects of Demanding the Impossible
With primary research interests focusing in international relations and security studies, Dr. Thomas Dolan recently published an article: Demanding the Impossible: War, Bargaining, and Honor. Published in Security…