NAOMI WEINBERGER, Ph.D.
 

Adjunct  Professor

School of International and Public Affairs

Columbia University

 


naomiw@mindspring.com

 

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BIOGRAPHY
 
EDUCATION  

Ph.D. in Political Science conferred by Columbia University in May 1981. Dissertation Topic: "Intervention by Syria in the Lebanese Civil War of 1975-76."

Certificate for interdisciplinary study of the Middle East awarded in May 1976 by Columbia's Middle East Institute.

A.B. from Barnard College in June 1972; Summa Cum Laude, honors in Political Science; Phi Beta Kappa.

Foreign languages: Hebrew (excellent), Arabic (competent),  French (basic)


 

EMPLOYMENT

 

 

2011-2016: Adjunct Professor, School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), Columbia University. Courses on “Middle East Conflicts and Global Security” and on “Palestinian and Israeli Security Dilemmas” offered in the Masters of International Affairs Program.

Spring 2015: Faculty advisor, MIA/MPA Capstone Workshop at Columbia on “The Future of the US-Israel Security Partnership.” The client who sponsored this project is the Center for a New American Security in Washington, D.C.  Workshop report is found at https://sipa.columbia.edu/academics/capstone-workshops/the-future-of-the-us-israel-security-partnership

2001-2016: Adjunct Professor, Executive Masters of Public Affairs Program, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University: Course on "Global Context of Policymaking" offered for mid-career professionals every summer.

2016: Faculty, The Temple Emanu-El Skirball Center, Spring 2016. Course offered: “Partnership Between the US and Israel: What Does the Future Hold?” See page 44 of catalogue
http://media.emanuelskirballnyc.org/web/assets/publications/Skirball_Center_Winter-2016_Catalog/2016_Winter%20Catalog/index.html

2015-2016: Courses on “American Dilemmas in the Middle East” and “The Tragedy of Syria.” Sponsored by The School of Continuing Education, Larchmont-Mamaroneck, NY, LMCCE.org, See course directory, https://www.lmcce.org/programs.asp?Cat1ID=334

2014: Course on “Israeli Policy Debates” Sponsored by Westchester Adult Jewish Education. See page 7 of
http://www.wjcouncil.org/sites/default/files/uploaded_documents/waje_catalog_2014-15.pdf

Fall 2009: Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Columbia University: International Relations Seminar on “Dilemmas of Security in the Middle East.”

2006-2009: Department of Political Science, Colgate University: Visiting Harvey Picker Professor of International Relations (2006-7); A. Lindsay O’Connor Professor of American Institutions (2007-8); Charles Evan Hughes Professor of Government and Jurisprudence (2008-9). Courses: International Law, International Institutions, International Relations of the Middle East, Fundamentals of International Relations, Global Peace Operations, Global Peace and War.

Summers 2001-2009: Adjunct Associate Professor, Executive Masters of Public Affairs Program, School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), Columbia University: Course: "Global Context of Policymaking" for mid-career professionals.

2003-2006: Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Columbia University. Courses on “Conflict Resolution in the Middle East,” "Politics of the Middle East and North Africa," "Regime Change in the Middle East," and “The United Nations and International Conflict.”

2003-2006: Associate Professor of Political Science and Director, Florham Scholars Program in Global Studies, Fairleigh Dickinson University.

2000- 2003: Director, UN Studies Program and Lecturer, School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA), Columbia University.

1997-2001: Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Yeshiva University.

1987-96: Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Barnard College.

1979-86: Department of Political Science, Yale University. Lecturer, 1979-81; Assistant Professor, 1981-86.


 



 

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