- Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs
- Room 421 Monroe Hall
- [email protected]
Areas of Expertise
International Security and U.S. foreign policy from sociological and ethical perspectives; public reason in international ethics; counterfactual theories of causation in foreign policy decision-making; and mechanisms of social integration in global society
Eric Grynaviski's research interests include international security and U.S. foreign policy from sociological and ethical perspectives. Constructive Illusions: Rethinking the Origins of International Cooperation, which is forthcoming with Cornell University Press, studies the salutary effects of misperceptions on cooperation during the U.S.-Soviet détente, a portion of which appeared in Security Studies. In addition, he is working on projects related to the moral importance of public reason in international ethics, counterfactual theories of causation in foreign policy decision-making, and mechanisms of social integration in global society. Related work has appeared inInternational Theory, and is forthcoming in the European Journal of International Relations.
Ph.D., Ohio State University
Constructive Illusions: Misperceiving the Origins of International Cooperation, (Cornell University Press, 2014)