- Professor, Government (GOVT), College of Arts and Sciences
- Adjunct Professor, Cornell Law School, Cornell University
Professor Katzenstein is the Walter S. Carpenter, Jr Professor of International Studies. His research and teaching lie at the intersection of the fields of international relations and comparative politics. Katzenstein's work addresses issues of political economy, security and culture in world politics. His current research interests focus on the politics of civilizations; on questions of public diplomacy, law, religion, and popular culture; regionalism in world politics; and German politics.
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other Cornell affiliations
- Political Economy, Security and Culture in Europe and Asia
- Role of Anti-Americanism, Religion and Popular culture, and Regionalism in World Politics
- German Politics
principal investigator on
- De-Centering, Not Discarding, the “Isms”: Some Friendly Amendments. International Studies Quarterly. 55:481-485. 2011
- Analytic Eclecticism in the Study of World Politics: Reconfiguring Problems and Mechanisms across Research Traditions. Perspectives on Politics. 8:411-431. 2010
- Mid-Atlantic: Sitting on the Knife's Sharp Edge. Review of International Political Economy. 16:122-135. 2009
- Japan in the American Imperium: Rethinking Security. Japan Focus. 2008
- Anti-Americanisms. Policy Review. 2006
- Transformations in World Politics: The Intellectual Contributions of Ernst B. Haas. Annual Review of Political Science. 8:271-296. 2005
- Same War—Different Views: Germany, Japan, and Counterterrorism. International Organization. 57:731-760. 2003
- Small States and Small States Revisited. New Political Economy. 8:9-30. 2003
- Same War, Different Views: Germany, Japan, and the War on Terrorism. Current History. 101:427. 2002
- Why is There No NATO in Asia? Collective Identity, Regionalism, and the Origins of Multilateralism. International Organization. 56:575-607. 2002
- Area and Regional Studies in the United States. PS: Political Science and Politics. 34:789-791. 2001
- Japan and Asian-Pacific Security: Regionalization, Entrenched Bilateralism and Incipient Multilateralism. The Pacific Review. 14:165-194. 2001
- Japan, Asian-Pacific Security, and the Case for Analytical Eclecticism. International Security. 26:153-185. 2001
- A World of Plural and Pluralist Civilisations. East Asian Policy. 2:34-39.
- Anglo-America and Its Discontents: Civilizational Identities beyond West and East. New York: Routledge. 2012
- Sinicization and the Rise of China: Civilizational Processes Beyond East and West. New York: Routledge. 2012
- Beyond Paradigm: Analytic Eclecticism in the Study of World Politics. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 2010
- Civilization in World Politics: Plural and Pluralist Perspectives. New York: Routledge. 2010
- European Identity. Cambridge, UK ; New York: Cambridge University Press. 2009
- Rethinking Japanese Security: Internal and External Dimensions. New York: Routledge. 2008
- Anti-Americanisms in World Politics. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press (CUP). 2007
- Beyond Japan: The Dynamics of East Asian Regionalism. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press (CUP). 2006
- Religion in an Expanding Europe. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 2006
- A World of Regions: Asia and Europe in American Imperium. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press (CUP). 2005
- Rethinking Security in East Asia: Security, Power, and Efficiency. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. 2004
- Civilized States, Secularism, and Religion. Rethinking Secularism. 2011
- In the Service of State and Nation: Religion in East Asia. Religion and International Relations Theory. 2011
- The Political Economy of an Integrated Europe: Toward an Analytic Eclecticism. Governing the Global Economy: Politics, Institutions, and Economic Development. 2011
- Eclectic Theorizing in the Study and Practice of International Relations. The Oxford Handbook of International Relations. 2008
- Epilogue: Denmark and Small States. National Identity and the Varieties of Capitalism: The Danish Experience. 2006
- Foreword. Human Beliefs and Values in Striding Asia: East Asia in Focus: Country Profiles, Thematic Analyses, and Sourcebook Based on the Asia Barometer Survey of 2004. 2006
- Conclusion: Semisovereignty in United Germany. Governance in Contemporary Germany: The Semisovereign State Revisited. 2005
- Commentary: Globalization and State Power in World Politics. The Evolution of Political Knowledge. 2004
- European Enlargement and Institutional Hypocrisy. Law, Politics, and Society. 2003
- Japan, Technology and Asian Regionalism in Comparative Perspective. The Resurgence of East Asia: 500, 150, and 50 Years Perspectives. 2003
- Regional States: Japan and Asia, Germany in Europe. The End of Diversity?: Prospects for German and Japanese Capitalism. 2003
- Regionalism and Asia. New Regionalism in the Global Political Economy. 2002
featured in archived article
- Introduction to International Relations (GOVT 181)
- United Germany in a New Europe (GOVT 342)
- International Security (GOVT 689)
- GOVT-4999: Undergraduate Independent Study - Spring 2013
- GOVT-7999: Independent Study - Spring 2013
- AMST-3549: Capitalism, Competition, and Conflict in the Global Economy - Fall 2012
- GOVT-1817: Introduction to International Relations - Fall 2012
- GOVT-3549: Capitalism, Competition, and Conflict in the Global Economy - Fall 2012
- GOVT-4999: Undergraduate Independent Study - Fall 2012
- GOVT-6857: International Political Economy - Fall 2012
- GOVT-7999: Independent Study - Fall 2012
- ILRIC-3349: Capitalism, Competition, and Conflict in the Global Economy - Fall 2012
- SOC-3540: Capitalism, Competition, and Conflict in the Global Economy - Fall 2012
- GOVT-4999: Undergraduate Independent Study - Spring 2012
- GOVT-7999: Independent Study - Spring 2012
- CAPS-3857: American Foreign Policy - Fall 2011
- GOVT-1817: Introduction to International Relations - Fall 2011
- GOVT-3857: American Foreign Policy - Fall 2011
- GOVT-4999: Undergraduate Independent Study - Fall 2011
- GOVT-6067: Field Seminar in International Relations - Fall 2011
- GOVT-7999: Independent Study - Fall 2011
education and training
- Ph.D., Harvard University (1973)
- M.Sc., (International Relations), London School of Economics and Political Science, (1968)
- B.A., (Political Science, Economics and Literature), Swarthmore College, (1967)
awards and distinctions listing
- Distinguished Visitor, Program on U.S.-Japan Relations, Harvard University (December 2005).
- 2004 Stephen H. Weiss Presidential Fellow, "in recognition of sustained and distinguished undergraduate teaching," Cornell University.
- Fellow, Stanford Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (2004-05).
- Fellow, Russell Sage Foundation (2001-02).
- Visiting Karl Deutsch Research Professorship, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin (November 1998, October 1999).
- The Culture of National Security: Norms and Identity in World Politics (New York: Columbia University Press, 1996) selected by Choice Magazine as one of the top ten books in the field of International Relations for 1997.
- International Political Economy Senior Scholar, International Studies Association, IPE section (1997).
- Abe Fellowship, Social Science Research Council (1998-2000).
- Fellow, Woodrow Wilson International Center, Washington D.C. (1997-98).
- Fellow, Wissenschaftskolleg Berlin (1995-96).
- Masayoshi Ohira Memorial Prize (together with Nobuo Okawara) for Japan's National Security: Structures, Norms and Policy Responses in a Changing World (1993).
- Recipient of the Stephen and Margery Russell Distinguished Teaching Award, Cornell University (1993).
- German Marshall Fund Fellowship (1990-1991).
- Fellow, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation (1988-1989).
- American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship (1988-1989).
- Election to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (1987).
- Woodrow Wilson Foundation Book Award for the "best book published in the United States during 1985 on government, politics or international affairs" (1986).
- German Academic Exchange Service, Study Visit to the Federal Republic of Germany (1985).
- Fellow, Stanford Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (1981-1982).
- German Marshall Fund Fellowship (1979-1981).
- Council on Foreign Relations, International Affairs Fellowship (1979-1981).
- Rockefeller Fellowship in Conflict in International Relations (1977-1979).
- Andrew W. Mellon Foundation/Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies Fellowship (1976-1977).
- Helen Dwight Reid Award, American Political Science Association (1974).
- Sumner Dissertation Prize, Harvard University (1973).
- Graduate Prize Fellowship, Harvard University (1968-1973).
- M.Sc. with Distinction, London School of Economics (1968).
- Phi Beta Kappa (1967).
- B.A. with Highest Honors, Swarthmore College (1967).