Professor Caroline Kennedy and Dr Thomas Waldman are the
co-authors of ‘Ways of War in the Twenty-First Century Bombs,
Drones and Pirates’ Forthcoming Palgrave 2012.
Caroline Kennedy is Professor of War Studies, and Director of
the Centre for Security Studies at The University of Hull.
She is currently working on IEDS in a large grant project with
Professor Kevin Murphy of Penn State University in the US and
working on how combat affects women. Her research interests
include contemporary war, the ethics of war and Cold War politics
as well as terrorism and Russian foreign policy. She is currently
President of the British International Studies Association and was
Chair of the Association from 2004 to 2006. She has a first
class honours degree in History, an MsC Econ in Strategic Studies
and a D-Phil in International Relations.
She was previously Chair of War Studies at The
University of Warwick and had previously been Chair of
International Relations, University of Sheffield.
Her previous posts include Reader in Politics,
at the University of Durham and Director of the Institute for
International Studies at the University of Leeds.
Caroline teaches courses on Military History
and Contemporary International Politics and supervises
doctoral candidates in all areas of Contemporary security policy.
She has been quoted as 'One of the UK's leading experts in war' in
See Caroline Kennedy on Stalin's Wars
Roundtable, as well as a Roundtable:
'The Future of the Discipline' where four scholars talk
about this subject. See also Caroline on terrorism.
To discuss issues with Caroline visit http://warandsecurity.ning.com/
Caroline will be part of the International
Advisory Council on Terrorist Rehabilitation (IACTR)
Caroline is to lecture on ‘Evil Thoughts, Evil Desires,
Evil Associations’ (US Foreign Policy after 9/11) at the Peace
Research Institute, Frankfurt in May.
See Caroline on the Cold War at
English Historical Review (2011) CXXVI (522) 1240-1242.