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About the lecturer: Richard Ned Lebow is Professor of International Political Theory in the War Studies Department of King’s College London, Bye-Fellow of Pembroke College, University of Cambridge and the James O. Freedman Presidential Professor Emeritus of Government at Dartmouth College. He has published 30 books and over 200 per reviewed articles in a career spanning six decades. His recent books include A Cultural Theory of International Relations (Cambridge, 2008), winner of the Jervis-Schroeder Award for the best book in international relations and history and the Susan Strange Award for the best book of the year; Forbidden Fruit: Counterfactuals and International Relations (Princeton, 2010); Why Nations Fight: The Past and Future of War (Cambridge, 2010) and The Politics and Ethics of Identity (Cambridge, 2012), winner of the Alexander L. George Award for the best book of the year by the International Society of Political Psychology. In 1914, he published Franz Ferdinand Lives: A World Without World War I (Palgrave-Macmillan); Constructing Cause in International Relations (Cambridge); and coauthored with Simon Reich, Goodbye Hegemony! Power and Influence in the Global System (Princeton. Lebow has received many honors. Recent ones include election as Distinguished Scholar (2013-14) by the International Studies Association, a teaching excellence award from King’ College (2013) and honorary doctorates from the American University of Paris (2012) and the University of Athens (2015).
Program 14 June, 18:00-19:30
18:00 - Richard Ned Lebow: The Consequences of America’s Quest for Hegemony
18:45 - Break w/light refreshments
19:00 - Q & A
There will be served coffee and light refreshments in the break, and there will be the opportunity to ask questions to the lecturer.