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Dr. Terry Terriff

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Arthur J. Child Chair of American...

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University of Calgary
2500 University Drive Nw
Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4
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Background

Employment History

  • Co-Editor
    University of Calgary
  • Co-Editor
    Contemporary Security Policy
  • Executive Editor
    Contemporary Security Policy
  • Visiting Lecturer
    NATO School
  • Visiting Academic Lecturer
    NATO School
  • Member of the Department of Political Science and International Studies
    University of Birmingham , UK
  • Senior Lecturer In International Security In the Department of Political Science and International Studies
    University of Birmingham , UK
  • Centre for Studies

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Master of Arts , Political Science
    University of Calgary , Canada
  • Bachelor of Science , Geology
    King's College , London
  • Doctorate , International Security
    Department
  • Bachelor of Science , Geology
    University of Calgary , Canada
  • Doctorate , International Security
    Department of War Studies
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Dr. Terriff speaks at Bogota ...
cmss.ucalgary.ca, 26 Mar 2014 [cached]
Dr. Terriff speaks at Bogota conference on future of Colombian military
Dr. Terry Terriff returned last week from a quick visit to Colombia where he attended a conference on the future of the country's military and police force.
Dr. Terriff, a Senior Research Fellow at CMSS and the Arthur J. Child Chair of American Security Policy, sat on a panel that discussed Trends in the Adaptation of Security and Defense Services.
The rationale for the conference, Dr. Terriff said, was presumably because the Colombian military were "confident that the 'war' against FARC [a rebel organization waging armed conflict against the government since 1964] will come to an end one way or another in the next 1 1/2 years to two years. Dr. Terriff said the military and police forces knew they had to transform but were looking for ideas on how they should change.
Dr. Terriff said the highlight of the conference was when retired U.S.
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Dr. Terriff said the Defence Minister's answers raised issues that had not been discussed before the conference but mirrored several points Dr. Terriff mentioned in his own presentation.
Another highlight was the generosity, helpfulness and openness of Colomibian military and civilian defence ministry officials, Dr. Terriff said. The President of Colombia, Juan Manual Santos, gave the introductory presentation, which turned into a "somewhat political, one hour speech," Dr. Terriff said.
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Overall, Dr. Terriff said it was a fascinating trip that might just end up in a repeat performance.
Terry ...
cmss.ucalgary.ca, 13 Jan 2012 [cached]
Terry Terriff
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Dr. Terriff is the Arthur J. Child Chair of American Security Policy and a Senior Research Fellow of the Centre for Military and Strategic Studies. Dr. Terriff is an co-editor of the University of Calgary-based Journal of Military and Strategic Studies and was formerly the co-editor of the journal Contemporary Security Policy from 1991 to 2005. Dr. Terriff was also a Visiting Lecturer at the NATO School (Allied Command Transformation) in Germany from 1999 to 2009.
Dr. Terriff joined the Centre for Military and Strategic Studies and the Department of Political Science in 2008, after having been a member of the Department of Political Science and International Studies at the University of Birmingham, UK, for twelve and half years. While in the UK, Dr. Terriff was the recipient of three UK Economic and Social Research Council grants to conduct international studies on change in military organizations and transatlantic security issues.
Current Research Dr. Terriff is currently completing a book on military change in the US Marine Corps from Vietnam to the second Iraq War, a subject on which he has published several articles and given numerous presentations. He is also completing, with an international group of scholars, an edited volume on military transformation in Europe, as well as working on a co-authored piece on European officers attitudes toward military transformation and sole authored analysis of the new US President and US security policy. He is also engaged in research on military change in the US Army since the 1991 Gulf War and on 'lessons learned' of Iraq (and Afghanistan). Photograph of Terry Terriff
Centre for Studies in  Security and Diplomacy
www.cssd.bham.ac.uk, 24 Nov 2007 [cached]
Dr Terry TerriffCentre for Studies in Security and Diplomacy
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Dr Terry Terriff (Centre Fellow)
Dr. Terriff received his Bachelor of Science in Geology and his Master of Arts in Political Science from the University of Calgary, Canada and received his Doctorate in International Security from the Department of War Studies, King's College, London.
Dr. Terriff is a Senior Lecturer in International Security in the Department of Political Science and International Studies and the Director of the Graduate School of Political Science and International Studies at the University of Birmingham, UK.He is also an Executive Editor of the international journal, Contemporary Security Policy.Dr. Terriff's publications include: ‘The Nixon Administration and the Making of Nuclear Strategy' (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1995); co-author (with Stuart Croft, Lucy James and Patrick Morgan) of Security Studies Today (Oxford: Polity Press, 1999); Co-editor (with Stuart Croft), Critical Reflections on Security and Change (London: Frank Cass, forthcoming Jan 2000); co-editor (with Theo Farrell) of The Sources of Military Change, forthcoming: co-editor (with Ivo H. Daalder) of Rethinking the Unthinkable: New Directions in Nuclear Arms Control (London: Frank Cass, 1993); articles in Survival, International Peacekeeping and Arms Control; and chapters in a range of edited volumes.
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Dr. Terriff is also a co-award holder of an ESRC research grant; the project will examine the emergence of security governance in Europe, with a particular focus on the role of NATO in this process.This project is funded by the award of an Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) ‘One Europe or Several' Research Grant.
New Arthur J. Child Chair in American Security Studies | Centre for Military and Strategic Studies
cmss.ucalgary.ca, 21 July 2008 [cached]
Congratulations to Dr. Terry Terriff who has been chosen to fill the Arthur J. Child Chair in American Security Policy in the Department of Political Science. This position includes an association with the Centre for Military and Strategic Studies and carries with it an appointment as a CMSS Fellow. Dr. Terriff's appointment officially started on July 1, 2008.
Dr. Terriff will be teaching American government at the undergraduate level and American security policy at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels in Political Science. As a Fellow of the Centre for Military and Strategic Studies, Dr. Terriff will also be a supervisor in the Master of Strategic Studies program as well as in the Political Science Department.
Dr. Terriff previously was Reader in International Security in the Department of Political Science and International Studies at the University of Birmingham, UK. He is also a Visiting Academic Lecturer at the NATO School (Allied Command Transformation) in Oberammergau, Germany. He has recently published a number of articles on military change in the US Marine Corps, and is currently working on a monograph on the same subject. He is further currently researching change in the US Army and the US military more widely. He recently was the lead researcher for the British Economic and Social Research Council funded project, 'The Transatlantic Diffusion of US Military Knowledge and European Military Transformation' that will result in a number of research publications on US and European military change. He is a co-editor of the recently published volume Global Insurgency and the Future of Armed Conflict: Debating Fourth Generation Warfare (September 2007). Dr. Terriff has published widely on change in military organizations, NATO and European security, and international peacekeeping.
Speaker Biographies
rspas.anu.edu.au, 13 Mar 2005 [cached]
DR TERRY TERRIFF is a Senior Lecturer in International Security in the Department of Political Science and International Studies at the University of Birmingham, UK, Director of Studies for the Centre for Studies in Security and Diplomacy, University of Birmingham, Editor of the international journal, Contemporary Security Policy; and Guest Academic Lecturer, NATO College (SHAPE), Germany.Dr Terriff has just completed working with three colleagues on a British Economic and Social Research Council funded research project on 'Security Governance in the New Europe', which examined evolution of the management of security issues in Europe in the post Cold War period; his primary contribution to this project is military and political change in NATO and EU-NATO relations.
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