Dr. Jamie Levin
Post Doctoral Fellow
Jamie Levin completed his PhD studies in the Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto, and is currently pursuing his postdoctoral research in International Relations at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His research looks at the role of third parties in resolving the problem of credible commitments in internal conflict. He uses the Israeli – Palestinian conflict and specifically the Oslo peace process as a case study to provide insights on conditions in which third parties may or may not be an effective bridge between the two sides. Jamie's research holds real world implications not only for the Israeli – Palestinian peace process, but also for third-party intervention more broadly
- Levin, Jamie and Dan Miodownik. The Imperative to Explore the Impact of Disarmament on Peacemaking Efforts and Conflict Recurrence. Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy. [Forthcoming].
- Levin, Jamie, Joseph MacKay and Abouzar Nasirzadeh. Selectorate Theory and the Democratic Peacekeeping Hypothesis: Evidence from Fiji and Bangladesh. International Peacekeeping. 23.1 (2016): 107-132.
- MacKay, Joseph and Jamie Levin. Hanging Out in International Politics: Two Kinds of Explanatory Political Ethnography for IR. International Studies Review. 17.2 (2015): 163-188.
- MacKay, Joseph and Jamie Levin. A Hegelian Realist Constructivist Account of War, Identity, and State Formation. Journal of International Relations and Development. [forthcoming].
- MacKay, Joseph, Jamie Levin, Gustavo Calvalho, Kristen Kavoukian, and Ross Cuthbert. Before and After Borders: The Nomadic Challenge to Westphalia. International Politics. 51.1 (2014).
- Alleson, Ilan and Jamie Levin. Peace and Pollution: The Political Economy of Toxic Waste in the Case of the Israeli Palestinian Peace Process. Journal of Peace, Conflict and Development. 8.1 (2013): 15-29.
- Levin, Jamie. Accord to Discord: A Political Economy Approach to the Oslo Process. Palestine Israel Journal. 14.3 (2007): 62-68.
- Jamie Levin. The Shifting Israeli Discourse Surrounding the Use of Force from 1947-Present. McGill-Queens Press. [advance contract].
- MacKay, Joseph and Jamie Levin. Anthropology and Ethnography in Political Science. In Coleman, Simon, Susan Hyatt, and Ann Kingsolver eds. Routledge Companion to Contemporary Anthropology [forthcoming].
- Harper’s Magazine (Forthcoming, September, 2013)
- The Toronto Star (July 30, 2013, October 10, 2012.)
- The Forward (September 5, 2012, June 2014)
- The Walrus (Forthcoming, October, 2012)
- The Washington Post’s Monkey Cage (June 29, 2016)
- The National Post (April 7, 2012)
- Haaretz (March 23, 2012, October 21, 2011)
- The Jerusalem Post (May 22, 2014, January 22, 2012)
- Ynet (October 12, 2015).