Jolyon Howorth

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Visiting Professor of Political Science and Jackson Institute and Ethics, Politics & Economics
115 Prospect St, Room 213

Jolyon Howorth is Jean Monnet Professor of European Politics ad personam and Emeritus Professor of European Studies at the University of Bath (UK). He has been a Visiting Professor of Political Science at Yale since 2002.  Since 2008, he has been Visiting Professor of Political Science and International Affairs, dividing his teaching between the Political Science Department, the Jackson Institute and EP&E.

Previous appointments were at: University of Paris III-Sorbonne-Nouvelle, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Aston University. He has held Visiting Professorships at Harvard University, the Institut d’Etudes Politiques (Paris), Luiss-Guido Carli University (Rome), the University of Washington, Columbia and New York Universities, the Freie Universität Berlin and the University of New South Wales (Australia).  He has held a Senior Research Fellowship at the European Union’s Institute for Security Studies and is a Senior Research Associate at the Institut Français des Relations Internationales (Paris), a Fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts (UK), Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Palmes Académiques (France), and Member of the Advisory Boards of the European Institute for Public Administration (Netherlands), the Centre for the Study of Security and Diplomacy (UK), the Institute for Strategic Research (IRSEM, Paris) and the European Policy Centre (Brussels). 

He has published extensively in the field of European politics and history, especially security and defense policy and transatlantic relations - fifteen books and two hundred and fifty journal articles and book chapters. Recent books include: Security and Defence Policy in the European Union, Palgrave, 2nd edition 2014; Defending Europe: the EU, NATO and the Quest for European Autonomy, Palgrave, 2003 (edited with John Keeler); European Integration and Defence: the Ultimate Challenge? Paris, WEU-ISS, 2000.  His publications have been translated into twelve languages.

His current research focuses on power transition in the contemporary world with particular reference to the relative status of the European Union.

He has consulted widely on security and defense issues with government and private agencies in Europe and the US, and is a frequent guest on the French cable TV channel, France 24.


Audio Files:

  • 2007-04-20 - Interview with Bjorn Lyrvall