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Karen Guttieri
Assistant Professor
Mail Code: CI
Global Public Policy Academic Group &
Cebrowski Institute
Monterey, CA 93943
Phone: 831-656-2294
Email: guttieri (at) nps.edu
Web: www.nps.edu/Academics/AcademicGroups/GPPAG/Index.html
EDUCATION:
PhD - University of British Columbia, 1999
NPS EXPERIENCE:
  • July 2001 - present
OTHER EXPERIENCE:
  • 2000 - 2001 - Stanford University Center for International Security and Cooperation Postdoctoral Fellow
  • 1998 - 1999 - Simon Fraser University
  • 1996 - 1999 - University of British Columbia
TEACHING INTERESTS:
  • Global Public Policy
  • Stability Operations
  • Civil-Military Relations
  • Political Psychology
RESEARCH INTERESTS:
  • Military operations in civilian environments
  • Evaluation, institutional memory and military organizational learning
  • Politics and technological innovations in warfare
  • Globalization, stability and security
AWARDS:
  • NPS Outstanding Instructional Performance in 2002
BOARDS/MEMBERSHIPS:
  • International Studies Association
  • Inter-University Seminar on Armed Forces and Society
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS: (View an extended list)
  • “Picking up the Pieces: are United States Officers Ready for Nation Building?” Journal of Political and Military Sociology, Vol. 37, No. 1, Summer 2009.
  • Interim Governments: Institutional Bridges to Peace and Democracy? eds. Karen Guttieri and Jessica Piombo, United States Institute of Peace Press, 2008.
  • "Unlearning War: U.S. Military Experience with Stability Operations." In Organizational Learning in the Global Context, edited by Leann Brown, Michael Kenney and Michael Zarkin. London: Ashgate, September 2006. (reviewed)
  • "Professional Military Education in Democracies." In Who Guards the Guardians and How?: Democratic Civil-Military Relations, edited by Thomas Bruneau and Scott Tollefson, 235-262. Austin: University of Texas Press, June 2006. (reviewed)
  • "Gaps at the Seams of the Dayton Accord: A Role Play Scenario," Case 279 Pew Case Studies in International Affairs, Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, Georgetown University, 2005. (reviewed)
KEYWORDS/TECHNOLOGIES:
  • Keywords: stability operations, strategic collaboration, global public policy, human socio-cultural behavioral modeling



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