(BA (Genova), MA PhD (Essex))
I joined Brasenose College and the Departmet of Politics an International Relations at the University of Oxford in September 2014. Previously I was assistant professor of International Relations at the University of Amsterdam from 2010. I studied for my PhD (2011) at the University of Essex (UK) and my BA at the University of Genoa (Italy). I have also spent some time studying at Paris VI and Institute Du Monde Arabe in Paris, France.
My current research deals with civil wars and peacekeeping. My broader research interests include collective political violence, state development, and comparative politics in Africa and Middle East.
My work has been published in British Journal of Political Science, Comparative Political Studies, International Organization, International Peacekeeping, International Security, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Journal of Peace Research, International Interactions, International Studies Review, Political Geography, Political Science Research & Methods and edited volumes.
I am member of the Peacekeeping Working group organised by the Folke Bernadotte Academy (Sweden) and I am an active member of the Network of European Peace Scientists. I am a Research Fellow at the Michael Nicholson Centre for Conflict and Cooperation, University of Essex.
I am affiliated with the Oxford Q-Step Center, a new and innovative way to teach Political Science and International Relations at Oxford and I am co-director of the Oxford Spring School in Advanced Research Methods.
BA - Papers
PPE Prelims (with Elias Dinas) - The Practice of Politics, Michaelmas Term and Hilary Term
International Relations (214), Michaelmas Term and Hilary Term
International Relations between the two World Wars (212), Michaelmas Term and Hilary Term
BA - Lectures
Political Analysis Year 1 ( with Andy Eggers & Robin Harding) - QStep, Hilary Term
Political Analysis Year 2 ( with Andy Eggers & David Kirk)- QStep, Michaelmas Term
International Relations - Theories of IR - Block 3, Hilary Term
Research Design and Methods in International Relations, Michaelmas Term
IR PhD Seminars Workshop ( with Todd Hall), Michaelmas , Hilary and Trinity Term
Forthcoming. Böhmelt, Tobias; Ruggeri, Andrea; Pilster, Ulrich, "Counterbalancing, Spatial Dependence, and Peer-Group Effects". Political Science Research and Method. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/psrm.2015.55
Forthcoming. Bove, Vincenzo and Ruggeri, Andrea . "Kinds of Blue. Diversity in U.N. Peacekeeping Missions and Civilian Protection". British Journal of Political Science. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0007123415000034
2015. Costalli,Stefano and Ruggeri Andrea. “Indignation, Ideology and Armed Mobilizaiotn”. International Security, 40(2):119-157.
2015. Costalli, Stefano and Ruggeri, Andrea .“Forging Political Entreprenuers. Civil War Effects on Post-Conflict Politics”. Political Geography, 44(1):40-49. Media Coverage: Washington Post/The Monkey Cage
2015. Burgoon, Brian; Ruggeri, Andrea, Schudel, Willem and Manikkalingam, Ram. “From Media Attention to Negotiated Peace: Human Rights Reporting and Civil War Duration”, International Interactions.FREE DOWNLOAD
2014 Burgoon, Burgoon; Ruggeri, Andrea and Manikkalingam ,Ram. “Human Rights Promotion, the Media and Peacemaking in Africa”, in Carsten de Dreu (ed.) Conflicts Within and Between Groups: Functions, Dynamics and Interventions , Taylor & Francis .
2012. Metternich, Nils; Gleditsch, Kristian; Dorussen, Han and Ruggeri, Andrea. “International Dimension of International Conflict”, in Elgar Companion to Civil War and Fragile States. Edited by Graham Brown and Arnim Langer.
2010. Ruggeri, Andrea. “Geografia Politica del Conflitto Libanese” [Political Geography of the Lebanese Conflict] in S. Costalli and F.Moro “Le Guerre dentro lo Stato” [Civil Wars] Milano, Italy: Vita e Pensiero.