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Elizabeth Kier, Fellowship Mentor

Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Washington


Advisee(s): Ronald Krebs   

Elizabeth Kier is a University of Washington Associate Professor of Political Science. Her specialization is international relations, and she focuses particularly on international security and civil-military relations. She won the 1998 Edgar S. Furniss Award for her book, Imagining War: French and British Military Doctrine Between the Wars. Her recent articles include "Homosexuals in the U.S. Military: Open Integration and Combat Effectiveness" in International Security (Autumn 1998) and "Rights and Fights: Sexual Orientation and Military Effectiveness" in International Security (Summer 1999, coauthors: Tarak Barkawi, Christopher Dandeker, and Melissa Wells-Petry).


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