Professor Bernard E. Brown
Professor BERNARD E. BROWN, transatlantic Relations Project Director. Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the City University of New York (Graduate School), he has also taught or lectured at universities in France, Britain, Canada, India, Senegal, and Vietnam. He is author, coauthor, or editor of over a dozen books on comparative politics and political theory. Among his most recent articles in the journal, American Foreign Policy Interests: “God and Man in the French Riots” (June 2007); “Anti-Americanism and Me” (February 2006); “A Constitution for Europe” (December 2005); “The United States and Europe: Partners, Rivals, Enemies?” (April 2004); “Charles Kupchan on The End of the American Era” (December 2003); “Europe Against America: A New Superpower Rivalry?” He has received numerous awards, including a Rockefeller Foundation Humanities Fellowship, a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship, and several Fulbrights.