Caroline Kennedy is Professor of War Studies.
She is Head of the School of Politics, Philosophy and International
Studies and University lead on Maritime and Security issues.
Caroline was previously Professor of War
Studies at the University of Warwick and Professor of International
Relations at the University of Sheffield. Caroline has a First
Class Honours Degree in History, an MSc Econ in Strategic Studies
and a D-Phil in International Relations.
Caroline was Chair of the British
International Studies Association (BISA) and is a past President of
the Association. She was the founding Editor of the journal
Civil Wars and has authored a number of books and many
articles. These include the monograph Russia and the World
in 1998 and The Origins of the Cold War in 2007.
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
the Guardian. Caroline
is a member of the Advisory Board of the Pak Army Green
See Caroline on the Cold War at
English Historical Review (2011) CXXVI (522) 1240-1242.