Yale Hicks Ferguson - Biography#

Yale H. Ferguson, is Professorial Fellow in the Rutgers University graduate Division of Global Affairs at Rutgers University-Newark and Emeritus Professor of Global and International Affairs. Previously he was Professor II of Political Science (highest rank at Rutgers) and from 2002-08 was Co-Director of the Division of Global Affairs. He also is Honorary Professor at the University of Salzburg (Austria).

Ferguson’s publications include 12 books and over 50 book chapters and articles. Books with frequent co-author Richard W. Mansbach are Globalization: The Return of Borders to a Borderless World?; A World of Polities; Remapping Global Politics; The Elusive Quest Continues; Polities; The Elusive Quest; The State, Conceptual Chaos, and the Future of International Relations Theory; and The Web of World Politics. Others are On the Cutting Edge of Globalization (with James N. Rosenau, David C. Earnest, and Ole R. Holsti); Political Space (with R. J. Barry Jones); Continuing Issues in Global Politics (with Walter Weiker); and Contemporary Inter-American Relations. He and Mansbach are currently working on a sequel to Polities, with the working title of Preinternational Polities: Political Evolution in the Ancient Mediterranean.

Ferguson is on the editorial advisory board of Global Governance. From 2002-2010 he served on the editorial advisory board for International Studies Review; from 1999-2003, on the editorial advisory board of International Studies Quarterly; and from 1995-2000, on the international advisory board of the European Journal of International Relations. In 1999 he was honored with the Rutgers University Board of Trustees Award for Excellence in Research. He is a member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts and has been a Visiting Fellow at the University of Cambridge (three times), the Norwegian Nobel Institute, and the University of Padova (Italy), as well as Fulbright Professor and Visiting University Professor at Salzburg. The International Studies Association-Northeast in 2011 established the annual Yale H. Ferguson Award to “recognize the book that most advances… international studies as a pluralist discipline.”

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