Center for International Conflict Studies papers
Scope and Contents
Digital reproductions of case studies, working papers, and research notes of Paul Diesing and Glenn Snyder as part of their research with the Center for International Conflict Studies. Professors Diesing and Snyder were also faculty in the Department of Political Science.
- circa 1960s-1970s
- Digitized: 2018
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The Center for International Conflict Studies papers, circa 1960s-1970s are open to researchers.
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The Center for International Conflict Studies was directed by Glenn H. Snyder and founded in 1967. This center was a hub for study of interstate conflict, negotiation and bargaining. Conflict Among Nations: Bargaining, Decision Making, and System Structure in International Crises was written by Glenn H. Snyder and Paul Diesing and published by Princeton University Press in 1977.
The Deterrence Project is an online repository for material that relates to the work of the now defunct Center. It is curated by UB Distinguished Professor Frank Zagare. All of the digital reproductions found in this collection are also available through the Deterrence Project's website: http://www.acsu.buffalo.edu/~fczagare/Deterrence%20Project.htm.
Dr. Paul Diesing, UB Professor Emeritus, taught in both the Department of Philosophy and the Department of Political Science. Diesing studied the methodology of social science research. He earned a M.A. and Ph.D. at the University of Chicago. Diesing with associated with the Center for International Conflict Studies at the University at Buffalo and co-authored the book Conflict Among Nations: Bargaining, Decision Making, and System Structure in International Crises with Glenn H. Snyder.
Dr. Glenn H. Snyder specialized in the theory fo international relations, national security policy, and military strategy. He was educated at the University of Oregon and earned his M.A. and Ph.D. from Columbia University. In addition to teaching at the University at Buffalo, Snyder also taught at Weslyan University, Columbia University, University of Denver, and UC Berkeley. At UB, Dr. Snyder directed the Center for International Conflict Studies.
0.722 Gigabytes (45 files, 5 folders)
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Digital reproductions of materials related to the Center for International Conflict Studies including research notes, case studies, and working papers.
Documents are arranged by document type: Case Studies, Paul Diesing Notes, Miscellaneous documents, Glenn Snyder notes, and Working Papers. The original order of the files is retained.
Related Digital Material
Donated to the University Archives by UB Distinguished Professor Frank Zagare, May 2018 on one DVD.
Additional accruals are expected.
Processed by Sarah Cogley, October 2018; finding aid encoded by Sarah Cogley, October 2018.
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- International relations Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- State University of New York at Buffalo. Archival resources
- State University of New York at Buffalo. Department of Political Science
- World politics Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Finding Aid for the Center for International Conflict Studies papers
- Finding aid prepared by Sarah Cogley.
- October 2018
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