Stephanie C. Hofmann is Professor in the Department of International Relations and Political Science at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, in Geneva. She received her PhD from Cornell University and her M.A.s from Cornell University and Bath University. She held visiting research positions at the European University Institute, the Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, Columbia University and the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung. As a visiting professor, she has taught academic and policy-oriented audiences in places such as Jerusalem, Rome, Tbilisi and Yerevan. And she conducted consultancy work for national governments and international organizations in places such as Burundi and Geneva. Her research centers on international/regional organizations, European and international security, networks, and global order. Her first book European Security in NATO’s Shadow. Party Ideologies and Institution Building appeared with Cambridge University Press (2013). Other research has appeared in European Journal of International Relations, Journal of Common Market Studies, Journal of Strategic Studies, Journal of Peace Research and Perspectives on Politics.
- International Security
- International Organisations
- European Security
- Mette Eilstrup-Sangiovanni and Stephanie C. Hofmann, “The Contemporary Global Order, Crisis, and Change,” Journal of European Public Policy 27:7 (2020): 1077-1089.
- Yoram Haftel and Stephanie C. Hofmann, “Rivalry and Overlap: Why Regional Economic Organizations Encroach on Security Organizations,” Journal of Conflict Resolution 63:9 (2019): 2180-2206.
- Stephanie C. Hofmann, “The Politics of Overlapping Organizations: Hostage-taking, Forum shopping, and Brokering,” Journal of European Public Policy 26:6 (2019): 883-905.
- Stephanie C. Hofmann, “Party preferences and institutional transformation: revisiting France’s relationship with NATO (and the common wisdom on Gaullism),” Journal of Strategic Studies 40:4 (2017) : 505-531.
- Stephanie C. Hofmann, European Security in NATO’s Shadow. Party Ideologies and Institution Building (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013).