Political Science, Economics, and Philosophy
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BA, University of New Haven
MA, University of Connecticut
PhD, University of Connecticut
Biography / Academic Interests
Dr. Niv-Solomon taught at Clark University before coming to the College of Staten Island. She teaches courses in international politics and security.
Her research focuses on potential conflict spirals and the turning points that transform them into protracted conflicts or cooperative resolutions. She is also working on a joint project designed to understand the changing conception of security.
Scholarship / Publications
Niv-Solomon, Anat, Mark A. Boyer, and Laura Janik. “Evolving Beyond Self-Interest?: Some Experimental Findings From Simulated International Negotiations” Simulation and Gaming, August 2009