- Political Science Faculty
- Fred E. Baumann
- Pamela Camerra-Rowe
- Harry M. Clor
- John M. Elliott
- Kirk R. Emmert
- H. Abbie Erler
- Pamela K. Jensen
- Tom Karako
- Joseph L. Klesner
- David Leibowitz
- Lisa Leibowitz
- Michelle S. Mood
- Nancy R. Powers
- Gilda Rodríguez
- David M. Rowe
- Nayef H Samhat
- Timothy Spiekerman
- Kathleen Tipler
- David Traven
- Stephen E. Van Holde
David M. Rowe
R. Todd Ruppert Professor in International Studies and Associate Professor of Political Science
Acland House 03
740-427-5306 fax firstname.lastname@example.org
David M. Rowe teaches international relations, comparative politics, and political economy. He is a former director of the International Studies Program at Kenyon and from 2010-2012 held the R. Todd Ruppert Chair for International Studies. He has been the recipient of several prestigious grants and awards. In 2009, he held the Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Innsbruck. Other awards include a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship in International Peace and Security and grants from the National Science Foundation. He has been a resident fellow at Harvard's Center for International Affairs and Stanford's Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences. Rowe's research has focused on two major themes in international relations: economic sanctions and the causes of World War I. He has developed a nationally recognized course in terrorism in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks.
Ph.D. Duke University
M.A. Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies
B.A. Davidson College
"Economic Sanctions and International Security," The International Studies Encyclopedia (Wiley-Blackwell, 2010), pp. 1229-1244.
"The Tragedy of Liberalism How Globalization Caused the First World War," Security Studies, 14, 3 (Spring 2005), pp. 407-447.
"Binding Prometheus: How the 19th Century Expansion of Trade Impeded Britain's Ability to Raise an Army," International Studies Quarterly, 46 (2002): 551-578 (with David Bearce and Patrick McDonald).
Manipulating the Market: Economic Sanctions, Institutional Change, and the Political Unity of White Rhodesia (University of Michigan Press, 2001).
"World Economic Expansion and National Security in Pre-World War I Europe," International Organization, 53, 2 (Spring 1999): 195-232.
ECON 391: Political Economy Seminar
INST 401: Senior Seminar in International Studies
PSCI 240: Modern Democracies
PSCI 241: State and Economy
PSCI 260: International Relations
PSCI261: America and the World in the New Century
PSCI 361: Globalization
PSCI 392: September 11: Causes and Consequences
PSCI 392: International Terrorism
PSCI 461: Defense Strategy Seminar
PSCI 470: Power, States, and Markets: The Making of Modern Social Order