Andrew Kydd

Professor

kydd@wisc.edu

(608) 263-2024

415 North Hall

Education:

Ph.D. in Political Science, University of Chicago, 1996

M.A. in Political Science, University of Chicago, 1990

B.A. in Philosophy, Princeton University, 1987

Research Interests:

Armed Conflict, Conflict Resolution, Foreign Policy, Genocide, Political Violence, Terrorism Weapons of Mass Destruction

Biography:

Andrew Kydd received his Ph. D. in Political Science from the University of Chicago in 1996 and taught at the University of California, Riverside and Harvard University before joining the Department of Political Science at the University of Wisconsin in the fall of 2007. His interests center on the game theoretic analysis of international security issues such as proliferation, terrorism, trust and conflict resolution. He has published articles in the American Political Science ReviewInternational OrganizationWorld Politics, and International Security, among other journals. His book, Trust and Mistrust in International Relations, was published in 2005 by Princeton University Press and won the 2006 Conflict Processes Best Book Award.

Courses:

PS 857 International Relations Theory Fall 2019-2020

PS 347 Terrorism Fall 2019-2020

PS 837 Formal models of International Relations Spring 2018-2019

PS 377 Nuclear Weapons and Politics Spring 2018-2019

PS 345 Conflict Resolution Spring 2018-2019

PS 347 Terrorism Fall 2018-2019

PS 682 Senior Honors Thesis Summer 2018

PS 857 International Relations Theories Fall 2018-2019

PS 837 Fall 2018-2019

PS 837 Formal Models of International Relations Spring 2017-2018

PS 377 Nuclear Weapons and Politics Spring 2017-2018

PS 857 International Relations Theories Fall 2017-2018

PS 347 Terrorism Fall 2017-2018

PS 945 Seminar-National Security Affairs Spring 2016-2017

PS 377 Nuclear Weapons and World Politics Spring 2016-2017

PS 378 Conflict Resolution Fall 2016-2017

PS 319 Terrorism Fall 2016-2017

PS 837 Formal Models of International Relations Fall 2015-2016

PS 704 International Security, Nuclear Weapons and World Politics Fall 2015-2016

PS 377 Nuclear Weapons and World Politics Fall 2015-2016

PS 319 Terrorism Fall 2015-2016