Timothy J. Lynch
Timothy Lynch "is Senior Lecturer in US Foreign Policy at the Institute for the Study of the Americas, School of Advanced Study, University of London, where he teaches postgraduate courses on US foreign policy in and after the cold war. He is editor-in-chief of the two volume Oxford Encyclopedia of American Military and Diplomatic History (publication in 2011).
"Tim has taught extensively at university level in the US, UK and Ireland since 1997 and is a regular commentator on British and American TV and radio. He is the author of Turf War: The Clinton Administration and Northern Ireland (Ashgate, 2004) and, with Robert Singh, After Bush: The case for continuity in American foreign policy (Cambridge University Press, 2008). A Fulbright scholar, he holds a PhD in political science from Boston College (2003).
"From 2000-2003 Tim was Director of the Boston College Centre, Dublin, when he worked extensively on the State Department-sponsored Northern Ireland Transition Programme. He is currently writing a history of US foreign policy after the cold war for the CUP Essential Histories Series and a study of US national security decision-making in the wake of infamous attack (Days of Infamy). "  Cv
- Institute for the Study of Politics and Religion (BC), Bradley Summer Research Grant (2000 & 2001)
- Deputy Director, United States Presidency Centre
Books in progress
- After the Cold War: American Foreign Policy in a New World?, New York: Cambridge University Press (Essential Histories Series; expected publication 2011)
- Oxford Encyclopedia of American Military and Diplomatic History, New York: OUP (editor-in chief; publication in 2011)
- Days of Infamy: how America responds to attack, from 5/7 to 9/11 (expected publication 2012)
- Women and US Foreign Policy (with Nicola Pratt, Warks., and Phil Davies, Eccles, British Library), Institute for the Study of the Americas Press, publication in 2010-11
- Our national character, our national purpose’: US Presidents and Democracy Promotion, (with Nicolas Bouchet), Institute for the Study of the Americas Press, publication in 2010-11
Other Select Articles
- „Liberalism and Neoliberalism,‟ in Inderjeet Parmar, Linda B. Miller and Mark Ledwidge (eds.), New Directions in United States Foreign Policy (Routledge, 2009).
Resources and articles
- Timothy J. Lynch, Institute for the Study of the Americas, accessed April 14, 2010.