Terrorism in South Russia from the Chechen Wars to the Olympics with Randall Law

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 02/28/2014
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Location
630 Haaren Hall, John Jay College

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Randall Law is an Associate Professor of History at Birmingham-Southern College in Birmingham, Alabama, and teaches courses on the history of terrorism, modern Russia, Europe, and the Cold War. He is the author of Terrorism: A History (2009), a comprehensive survey of the field that h as been hailed “the quintessential work on the subject” by The Naval War College Review and is used as the foundational text for the Advanced Certificate in Terrorism Studies at John Jay College. He is the editor of The Routledge History of Terrorism (to be published in 2015), a comprehensive 35-chapter work with contributions from many of the leading experts in the field of terrorism studies. Professor Law earned his B.A. in Russian from Amherst College, an M.A. in Russian and Eastern European Studies from Yale University, and his Ph.D. in Russian and European Studies from Georgetown University. Influenced by his work as Fulbright Scholar in Odessa, Ukraine, Professor Law’s current research is on terrorism and political violence in Odessa in the 20th Century Russian empire. He is an Adjust Fellow at the American Security Project (ASP), which is a nonpartisan organization aimed at educating the American public and international community on the evolving nature of national security in the 21st Century. He frequently speaks on the history of terrorism in academia, to civic organizations and in the media.

A copy of Professor Law’s book, Terrorism: A History, will be available for purchase at the event.