Curriculum Vitae

Below is an abridged version of Emanuel Adler’s Curriculum Vitae. Click here for the full version.

Education

1971-1974 The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
History and International Relations, B.A., May 1974
 
1974-1976 The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
International Relations, M.A., June 1976
 
1976-1982 University of California, Berkeley, USA
Political Science, Ph.D., October 1982

Academic Appointments 

1973-1976 Department of International Relations, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Teaching Assistant
   
1977-1982 Department of Political Science, University of California, Berkeley, Teaching Assistant
   
1982-1983 Department of Political Science, University of California, Berkeley, Instructor
   
1983-1985 Department of International Relations Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Teaching Associate-Lecturer
   
1985 Department of Political Science, University of California, Davis, Visiting Professor
   
1985-1990 Department of International Relations Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Lecturer
   
1990-1995 Department of International Relations Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Senior Lecturer with tenure
   
1992-1995 Department of Political Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Associate Professor with tenure
   
1995-2003 Department of International Relations, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Associate Professor with tenure
   
2000 Department of Political Science, University of Catania, Italy, Visiting Professor
   
2001-2005 Department of Political Science, University of Toronto, Andrea and Charles Bronfman Chair of Israeli Studies, Full Professor
   
2003-2005 Department of International Relations, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Professor with tenure
   
2005- Department of Political Science, University of Toronto, Andrea and Charles Bronfman Chair of Israeli Studies, Full Professor, with tenure
   
2006- Faculty, Center for Jewish Studies, University of Toronto
   
2006- Member, Center for International Studies, University of Toronto
   
2006- Faculty Associate, Centre for Ethics, University of Toronto
   
2006- Faculty, Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies, University of Toronto

Research Appointments 

1976-1982 Institute of International Studies and Department of Political Science, University of California, Berkeley, Research Assistant
   
1982-1983 Institute of International Studies, University of California, Berkeley, Postdoctoral Fellow
   
1987-1989 Center for Science and International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Research Fellow, Avoiding Nuclear War Project
   
1989-1990 Center for Science and International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Adjunct Fellow
   
1992-1993 Global Studies Research Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Research Associate
   
1998-1999 Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, Visiting Scholar

Research Grants 

1979 Center for Latin American Studies. University of California, Berkeley, $5 000.
   
1980 Institute for the Study of World Politics, New York, $10 000.
   
1982 Institute of International Studies, University of California, Berkeley, $8 000.
   
1986 The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, $5 000.
   
1987-1989 Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University, $25 000 per year.
   
1989-1990 The Gund Foundation (through the Center for Science and International Affairs), $35 000.
   
1991 Center for German and European Studies, U.C. Berkeley, $5 000.
   
1993 University Wisconsin-Madison. Glenn B. and Cleone Orr Hawkins Professorship of Political Science, $55 000.
   
1994 The Global Studies Research Program, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Grant for Conference Organization, $13 500 (approx.).
   
1995 The Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs. Grant for Conference Organization.
   
1995-1998 Davis Institute of International Relations, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, $9 000.
   
2000 Center for German and European Studies (U.C. Berkeley) and the Institute for Global Conflict and Cooperation (U.C. San Diego). Grant for conference organization, $ 30 000.
 
2001- Andrea and Charles Bronfman Chair in Israeli Studies Research Grant
   
2000 Center for German and European Studies (U.C. Berkeley). Grant for conference organization, $20 000.
   
2007 2007 U of T Munk Centre for International Studies; Department of Political Science; Dean’s Office’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Office of the vice-president and Provost, Malim Harding, Bronfman Chair of Israeli Studies, CDN$75 000.
   
2008 SSHRC Award-Aid to Research Workshops and Conferences in Canada, CDN$12 000.
   
2008 Connaught International Symposia Award, CDN$7 000.
   
2009 The American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise, CDN$7 500.

Honours 

1974 B. A. cum laude – History and International Relations
   
1976 M. A. cum laude – International Relations
   
1978 Ph.D. Examination – Distinction, Latin American Politics
   
1987 Outstanding Teaching Award – The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
   
1994 Outstanding Teaching Award – The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
   
2001 Outstanding Teaching Award – The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
   
2002 Outstanding Teaching Award – The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
   
2004 Outstanding Teaching Award – The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
   
2005 Outstanding Teaching Award – The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Research Interests 

International relations theory, especially the construction of social reality and the relationship between knowledge and power. The evolution of international practices and institutions, with special emphasis on international security. Non-state international actors, in particular, epistemic communities. Theories of cooperation and conflict resolution, with special emphasis on Israel, the Middle East, and the Mediterranean area. International and regional security, in particular, the development of security communities. Israeli foreign and security policies and the relationship between rationality, identity, and solutions to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. European security institutions, in particular, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe. Peaceful transitions of major powers in theoretical and historical perspective. Most recently, redefining strategic studies, including deterrence and other strategies of conflict, from an interpretive perspective.