Professor Andrea Ruggeri
Tutorial Fellow in Politics, Brasenose College and Associate Professor of Quantitative Methods in International Relations at the Department of Politics and International Relations, Oxford University
BA (Genova), MA (Essex), DPhil (Essex)
Academic Background and Previous Positions
2010-2014 Assistant Professor of International Relations, Department of Political Science, University of Amsterdam
2008 – 2010 Researcher, Department of Government, University of Essex
Undergraduate Teaching Areas
International Relations; Quantitative Methods – Q Step
Graduate Teaching Areas
Peacekeeping, Civil Wars, Collective Violence, Human Rights
Forthcoming. Costalli, Stefano and Ruggeri, Andrea. “Forging Political Entrepreneurs. Civil War Effects on Post-Conflict Politics in Italy”, Political Geography.
Forthcoming. Burgoon, Brian; Ruggeri, Andrea, Schudel, Willem and Manikkalingam, Ram. “From Media Attention to Negotiated Peace: Human Rights Reporting and Civil War Duration”, International Interactions.
2014. Gleditsch, Kristian Skrede; Metternich, Nils and Ruggeri, Andrea “Data and Progress in Peace and Conflict Research”, Journal of Peace Research, 51(2): 301-314.
2013. Ruggeri, Andrea; Gizelis, Ismene and Dorussen, Han. “Managing Mistrust: an Analysis of Cooperation with UN Peacekeeping in Africa”, Journal of Conflict Resolution, 57(3): 387-409.
The Fellowship: Interviewed
When Politics Isn’t Simple Anymore
Click here to read an interview with Professor Ruggeri by Olivia Gordon from Oxford Today