ERIK P. HOFFMANN Curriculum Vitae July 2011

ERIK P. HOFFMANN Curriculum Vitae July 2011 PERSONAL DATA Born, New York, NY, 7 August 1939; married PRESENT POSITION, ADDRESS, TELEPHONES, AND E-MAI...
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ERIK P. HOFFMANN Curriculum Vitae July 2011

PERSONAL DATA Born, New York, NY, 7 August 1939; married PRESENT POSITION, ADDRESS, TELEPHONES, AND E-MAIL Full Professor Department of Political Science, Richardson Hall 284 Nelson A. Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy University at Albany, State University of New York 135 Western Avenue, Albany, NY 12222 Telephones: 518-442-5376 (office) and 518-475-0613 (home) E-mail: [email protected] EDUCATION AND DEGREES Ph.D., Indiana University, Department of Government, 1967 Certificate, Russian and East European Institute, Indiana University, 1967 M.A., Indiana University, Department of Government, 1965 B.A., Haverford College, Department of Political Science, 1961 Ethical Culture/Fieldston Schools, New York, NY, 1947-1957 MAJOR FIELDS OF INTEREST Comparative politics, especially state-society relations and Russian domestic politics International politics, especially East-West relations and Russian foreign policy Comparative democratization and marketization, especially postcommunist transitions Comparative political economy, especially postindustrial states and societies TEACHING EXPERIENCE Professor of Political Science, University at Albany, 1985-present; Associate Professor, 1972-1985; Assistant Professor, 1969-1972 Assistant Professor of Political Science, Temple University, 1967-1969; Instructor, 19651967 Adjunct Professor of Political Science, Union College, 1994 Adjunct Associate Professor of Political Science, Union College, 1973, 1984 Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science, Haverford College, 1967 Visiting Lecturer in Political Science, Bryn Mawr College, 1966-1967 AWARDS AND HONORS Fulbright Senior Lectureship, Instituto Universitario Ortega y Gasset, Madrid, Spain, 1990 U.S. Information Agency grant, project director, State University of New York/University of Belgrade faculty exchange program, 1984-1990 American Scholar-in-Residence, Institute for East-West Security Studies, New York, NY, 1987-1989

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National Science Foundation, two-man grant on technological change and international relations, administered by SUNY Albany, 1980-1982 National Council for Soviet and East European Research, team grant on scientific and technical change and communist law, administered by University of Illinois, 1979-1981 Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, DC, visiting grants, summers, 1979, 1980 Senior Research Fellow, Columbia University, Research Institute on International Change, 1975-1977, 1982-1983; Institute Associate, 1977-1982, 1983-1988 Senior Research Fellow, Columbia University, Russian (later Harriman) Institute, 19751977 American Council of Learned Societies and Social Science Research Council, grant for Soviet studies, 1975-1976 Outstanding Teacher Award nominee, UAlbany, 1972 Faculty Research Fellowship and Grant-in-Aid, SUNY Research Foundation, 1971 Faculty research grants, SUNY Albany, 1971, 1972, 1974, 1975, 1982, 1984; Temple University, 1966-1968 Ford Foundation fellowships, Indiana University, 1961, 1964 OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Professional Advisory Board, Harriman Institute, Columbia University, 1996-present (Harriman Institute Associate, 1993-present) University Seminar on Post-Communist States, Societies, and Economies, Columbia University, 1992-2003 University Seminar on Communism, Columbia University, 1972-1991 (Associate Chair, 1975-1976) University Seminar on Communications and Society, Columbia University, 1986-1988 University Seminar on Technology and Social Change, Columbia University, 1976-1981 Board of Trustees, CEC International Partners (formerly Citizen Exchange Council), New York, NY, 1976-1989; Executive Committee member, 1968-1973, 19751989; Advisory Board, 1989-2001 Soros Foundation, Russian Transformation Initiative, Commission on Political Science and International Affairs, 1992-1993 Head, State University of New York/Moscow State University faculty exchange program, 1991-1992 Visiting Scholar, Moscow State University Law School, eight months, 1991-1992 Head, State University of New York/University of Belgrade faculty exchange program, 1984-1990 President, Mid-Atlantic Slavic Conference of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, 1987-1988; President-Elect, 1986-1987; Executive Committee, 1977-1980 New York Network, Public TV/Soviet TV Exchange Project Advisory Panel, 1988 Bipartisan Task Force on Soviet New Thinking, Institute for East-West Security Studies, New York, NY, 1987 Foreign policy advisor to presidential candidate John B. Anderson, 1980 (e.g., coauthor of speeches and briefing book on Soviet-American relations)

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Coordinating Editor and Managing Editor for Government and Administration, Soviet Union (scholarly journal), 1973-1979; Managing Editor for Government, 19791985 Secretary-Treasurer, Communist Studies Group, American Political Science Association, 1973-1976 Manuscript and article reviewer for various book publishers and scholarly journals Consultancies with various organizations Ph.D. committees at various universities Media appearances in various countries Presentations to civic, religious, adult education, and secondary school audiences PUBLICATIONS BOOKS: Harry Eckstein, Frederic J. Fleron, Jr., Erik P. Hoffmann, and William M. Reisinger, with chapters by Richard Ahl, Russell Bova, and Philip G. Roeder (foreword by Gabriel A. Almond), Can Democracy Take Root in Post-Soviet Russia? Explorations in State-Society Relations (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 1998). Sole-authored chapters: “The Dynamics of State-Society Relations in Post-Soviet Russia,” 69-101; “Democratic Theories and Authority Patterns in Contemporary Russian Politics,” 105-150; and “State-Society Relations in the Soviet Union and Post-Soviet Russia,” 331-348 Frederic J. Fleron, Jr. and Erik P. Hoffmann, eds. (foreword by Robert C. Tucker), PostCommunist Studies and Political Science; Methodology and Empirical Theory in Sovietology (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1993). Co-authored chapters with Frederic J. Fleron, Jr.: “Communist Studies and Political Science: Cold War and Peaceful Coexistence,” 3-23; and “Post-Communist Studies and Political Science: Peaceful Coexistence, Détente, and Entente,” 371-385 Frederic J. Fleron, Jr., Erik P. Hoffmann, and Robbin F. Laird, eds., Soviet Foreign Policy: Classic and Contemporary Issues (Hawthorne, NY: Aldine de Gruyter, 1991). Both halves of this book published separately as Classic Issues in Soviet Foreign Policy: From Lenin to Brezhnev; and Contemporary Issues in Soviet Foreign Policy: From Brezhnev to Gorbachev. Co-authored chapter with Frederic J. Fleron, Jr.: “Introduction,” 1-46. Sole-authored chapters: “Soviet Foreign Policy Aims and Accomplishments from Lenin to Brezhnev,” 49-71; and “Introduction,” 337-353. Reprinted as Soviet Foreign Policy, 1917-1991: Classic and Contemporary Issues (New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 2006) Robbin F. Laird and Erik P. Hoffmann, eds., Soviet Foreign Policy in a Changing World (Hawthorne, NY: Aldine Publishing Co., 1986. Co-authored chapters with Robbin F. Laird: “Introduction,” xiii—xxii; and “Soviet Perspectives on ‘The ScientificRevolution” and International Politics,” 125-140 Erik P. Hoffmann and Robbin F. Laird, Technocratic Socialism: The Soviet Union in the Advanced Industrial Era (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1985) Erik P. Hoffmann, ed., The Soviet Union in the 1980s (New York: Academy of Political Science, 1984). Sole-authored chapters: “The Evolution of the Soviet Political System,” 1-13; and “Soviet Politics in the 1980s,” 227-240

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Erik P. Hoffmann and Robbin F. Laird, eds., The Soviet Polity in the Modern Era (Hawthorne, NY: Aldine Publishing Co., 1984). Sole-authored chapter: “Changing Soviet Perspectives on Leadership and Administration,” 109-130. Coauthored chapters with Robbin F. Laird: “The Competition between Soviet Conservatives and Modernizers: Domestic and International Aspects,” 825-840; “Introduction,” xi-xvi; and introductory notes, 3, 107-108, 415-416, 751-752 Erik P. Hoffmann and Robbin F. Laird, “The Scientific-Technological Revolution” and Soviet Foreign Policy (Elmsford, NY: Pergamon Press, 1982) Erik P. Hoffmann and Robbin F. Laird, The Politics of Economic Modernization in the Soviet Union (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1982); original draft a 205page research report for the U.S. International Communication Agency Erik P. Hoffmann and Frederic J. Fleron, Jr., eds., The Conduct of Soviet Foreign Policy, 2nd ed. (Hawthorne, NY: Aldine Publishing Co., 1980); 1st ed. (Chicago: Aldine Publishing Co., 1971, and London: Butterworth, 1971)—main selection, Library of Political and International Affairs (book club), Macmillan Publishing Co., December 1980. Co-authored chapters with Robbin F. Laird: “‘The ScientificTechnological Revolution,’ ‘Developed Socialism,’ and Soviet International Behavior,” 386-405; and “Soviet Perspectives on North-South Relations in the Era of ‘The Scientific-Technological Revolution,’” 479-494. Co-authored chapters with Frederic J. Fleron, Jr.: “Introduction,” 1-4; “The Study of Soviet Foreign Policy,” 5-10; and introductory essays, 31-35, 91-100, 213-216, 289-300, 633-643 BOOKS IN PROGRESS: Erik P. Hoffmann, Soviet Russia and Its Legacies: State-Society Relations and Developmental Options in a Changing World (forthcoming) Erik P. Hoffmann, Power and Policy in Post-Soviet Russia: State-Society and East-West Relations (forthcoming) Erik P. Hoffmann, Great Communicators: Documentary Films on Politics and History (forthcoming) GUEST EDITOR OF SPECIAL ISSUES OF JOURNALS: “The External Environment and Political Change in the Soviet Union” (Proceedings of a conference of the Research Institute on International Change, Columbia University), Soviet Union, 4, 1 (1977) “Soviet Domestic Politics,” Soviet Union, 2, 1 (1975) CHAPTERS IN BOOKS: “Conceptualizing State-Society Relations in Russia,” in Gordon B. Smith, ed., StateBuilding in Russia: The Yeltsin Legacy and the Challenge of the Future (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 1999), 123-154 “Can Viable Constitutionalism Take Root in Post-Soviet Russia?” in Abdo I. Baaklini and Helen Desfosses, eds., Designs for Democratic Stability: Studies in Viable Constitutionalism (Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 1997), 211-256 “Modern Federalism: Comparative Perspectives and Lessons for the Commonwealth of Independent States and Russia” (co-author Richard P. Nathan), in James E. Hickey, Jr., and Alexej Ugrinsky, eds., Government Structures in the U.S.A. and

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the Sovereign States of the Former U.S.S.R.: Power Allocation among Central, Regional, and Local Governments (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1996), 5362. Reprinted by The Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, Albany, NY, 1996, 1-12 “Gorbachev’s Ideology of Advanced Modernization,” in Manual J. Pelaez, ed., Ciencia Politica Comparada y Derecho y Economia en las Relaciones Internacionales: Estudios en Homenaje a Ferran Valls i Taberner (Vol. 12) (Malaga, Spain: University of Malaga Press, 1993), 7111-7131 “Perestroika and the New International Economy,” in Marie Lavigne, ed., The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe in the Global Economy (Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1992), 179-189 “Gorbachev and the Western Alliance: Reassessing the Anticoalition Strategy,” in Robbin F. Laird and Susan L. Clark, eds., The USSR and the Western Alliance (Winchester, MA: Unwin Hyman, 1989), 51-88 “Soviet Foreign Policy Aims and Accomplishments from Lenin to Brezhnev,” in Robbin F. Laird, ed., Soviet Foreign Policy (New York: Academy of Political Science, 1987), 10-31. Reprinted with minor revisions in Frederic J. Fleron, Jr., Erik P. Hoffmann, and Robbin F. Laird, eds., Soviet Foreign Policy: Classic and Contemporary Issues (Hawthorne, NY: Aldine de Gruyter, 1991), 49-71 “Soviet Foreign Policy from 1986-1991: Domestic and International Influences,” in Robbin F. Laird, ed., Soviet Foreign Policy (New York: Academy of Political Science, 1987), 254-272 “The Implications of U.S.-Soviet Rivalry,” in East-West Tension/North-South Conflict (New York: Riverside Church Disarmament Program, 1986), 22-26 “Soviet Economic Development and the World Economy: Legal Aspects of East-West Economic Relations” (coauthor Robbin F. Laird), in Peter B. Maggs, Gordon B. Smith, and George Ginsburgs, eds., Law and Economic Development in the Soviet Union (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1982), 257-290 “Socialist Perspectives on ‘The Scientific and Technical Revolution,’ Management, and Law,” in Gordon B. Smith, Peter B. Maggs, and George Ginsburgs, eds., The Scientific-Technical Revolution and Soviet and East European Law (Elmsford, NY: Pergamon Press, 1981), 19-46 “Changing Soviet Perspectives on Leadership and Administration,” in Stephen F. Cohen, Alexander Rabinowitch, and Robert Sharlet, eds., The Soviet Union since Stalin (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1979), 71-92. Reprinted in revised form in Erik P. Hoffmann and Robbin F. Laird, eds., The Soviet Polity in the Modern Era (Hawthorne, NY: Aldine Publishing Co., 1984), 109-130 “Information Processing in the Party: Recent Theory and Experience,” in Karl W. Ryavec, ed., Soviet Society and the Communist Party (Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 1978), 63-87 “Technology, Values, and Political Power in the Soviet Union: Do Computers Matter?” in Frederic J. Fleron, Jr., ed., Technology and Communist Culture: The SocioCultural Impact of Technology Transfer under Socialism (New York: Praeger, 1977), 397-436 “Political Opposition in the Soviet Union,” in Barbara N. McLennan, ed., Political Opposition and Dissent (New York: Dunellen Publishing Co., 1973), 329-379

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“Role Conflict and Ambiguity in the Communist Party of the Soviet Union,” in Roger E. Kanet, ed., The Behavioral Revolution and Communist Studies (New York: Free Press, 1971), 233-257 “Methodological Problems of Kremlinology,” in Frederic J. Fleron, Jr., ed., Communist Studies and the Social Sciences: Essays on Methodology and Empirical Theory (Chicago: Rand McNally, 1969), 129-149 ARTICLES: “Feedback Dynamics: A Neglected Paradigm in Comparative Political Studies” (in draft) “Core Concepts in the Comparative Study of Politics” (in draft) “Core Elements of a Modern Liberal Democracy” (in draft) “What My Best Undergraduate Professors Taught Me and Did Not Teach Me about Teaching” (in draft) “Teaching Politics and History: Liberal and Illiberal Goals and Methods” (in draft) “Sports Terminology in American Politics, Business, and Social Life (in draft) “In Memoriam: Robert V. Daniels,” PS: Political Science and Politics, 44, 1 (January 2011), 156-160 “In Memoriam: Robert C. Tucker,” PS: Political Science and Politics, 43, 4 (October 2010), 809-811 “Modernity, Modernization, and Management: Comparative, Historical, Theoretical, and Policy Perspectives,” Slavic Review, 65, 1 (Spring 2006), 138-151 “Challenges to Viable Constitutionalism in Post-Soviet Russia,” The Harriman Review, 7, 10-12 (1994), 19-56 “Nurturing Post-Sovietology: Some Practical Suggestions,” The Harriman Institute Forum, 6, 6-7 (February-March 1993), 14-23 “Sovietology and Perestroika: Methodology and Lessons from the Past” (co-author Frederic J. Fleron, Jr.), The Harriman Institute Forum, 5, 1 (September 1991), 112 “Modern Federalism” (coauthor Richard P. Nathan), International Affairs (Moscow), 5 (May 1991), 27-38. Russian version, “Sovremennyi federalizm,” Mezhdunarodnaia Zhizn, 4 (April 1991), 34-48 “Gorbachev’s ‘Ideology of Renewal,’” Researcher (SUNY Albany), 3, 2 (Spring 1989), 21. Reprinted in Schenectady Gazette, August 12, 1989, 35 “Gorbacovljeva ideologija ubrzane modernizacije” (“Gorbachev’s Ideology of Accelerated Modernization”), Politicka Misao (Zagreb, Yugoslavia), 25, 3 (1989), 44-70 “Technology and Political Change in Gorbachev’s and Brezhnev’s Ideologies,” Nordic Journal of Soviet and East European Studies, 5, 3-4 (1988), 265-286 “Gorbachev’s Trade Reforms: Something Old, Something New,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 44, 5 (June 1988), 22-25 “Nuclear Deception: Soviet Information Policy,” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 43, 1 (August-September 1986), 32-37. Winner of National Magazine Award for best single-topic issue. Reprinted in full in Current News (U.S. Department of Defense), September 10, 1986. Reprinted in part in Waterbury Republican (Connecticut), September 4, 1986, A7; Chicago Tribune, September 5, 1986, section 1, 19.

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“URSS: Le Clan des Modernisateurs et les Relations Est-Ouest” (“Soviet Modernizers and East-West Relations”) (co-author Robbin F. Laird), Politique Etrangere, 2 (1981), 371-380 “Contemporary Soviet Theories of Scientific, Technological, and Social Change,” Social Studies of Science (London), 9 (February 1979), 101-113 “Soviet Views of ‘The Scientific-Technological Revolution,’” World Politics, 30, 4 (July 1978), 615-644 “External Influences on Soviet Domestic Politics: An Introduction,” Soviet Union, 4, 1 (1977), 3-16 “The ‘Scientific Management’ of Soviet Society,” Problems of Communism, 26, 3 (MayJune 1977), 59-67 “A Short Annotated Bibliography of English-Language Literature on the Soviet Union,” Canadian-American Slavic Studies, 10, 1 (Spring 1976), 85-98 “The Soviet Union: Consensus or Debate?” Studies in Comparative Communism, 8, 3 (Autumn 1975), 230-244 “Soviet Information Processing: Recent Theory and Experience,” Soviet Union, 2, 1, (1975), 22-49 “Reflections on Dissent and Soviet Politics,” Council on International Studies Special Study No. 56 (SUNY Buffalo: July 1974), 14 pp. “Soviet Metapolicy: Information Processing in the Communist Party of the Soviet Union,” Journal of Comparative Administration, 5, 2 (August 1973), 200-232 “Gathering Data on Soviet Administrative Behavior,” Politiikka (Finnish Political Science Association, Helsinki), A Special Issue on the Study of Socialist Societies (1972), 60-65 “Social Science and Soviet Administrative Behavior,” World Politics, 23, 3 (April 1972), 444-471 “Ideological Administration under Khrushchev: A Study of Intraparty Communication,” Canadian Slavic Studies, 4, 4 (Winter 1970), 736-766. Reprinted in Roger E. Kanet and Ivan Volgyes, eds., On the Road to Communism (Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Press, 1972), 15-46 “Communication Theory and the Study of Soviet Politics,” Canadian Slavic Studies, 2, 4 (Winter 1968), 542-558. Reprinted in Frederic J. Fleron, Jr., ed., Communist Studies and the Social Sciences: Methodology and Empirical Theory (Chicago: Rand McNally, 1969), 736-766 BOOK REVIEWS: Russian Review, 60, 1 (January 2001), 144-145: Marcia A. Weigle, Russia’s Liberal Project: State-Society Relations in the Transition from Communism American Political Science Review, 72, 2 (June 1978), 718-719: Paul Cocks, Robert V. Daniels, and Nancy W. Heer, eds., The Dynamics of Soviet Politics Soviet Union, 2, 1 (1975), 107-108: Robert C. Tucker, The Soviet Political Mind: Stalinism and Post-Stalin Change Slavic Review, 32, 3 (September 1973), 624-625: Gayle D. Hollander, Soviet Political Indoctrination: Developments in Mass Media and Propaganda since Stalin American Political Science Review, 68, 1 (March 1973), 283-285: H. Gordon Skilling and Franklyn Griffiths, eds., Interest Groups in Soviet Politics

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Reviews of five major books in Byron Dexter, ed., The Foreign Affairs 50-Year Bibliography: New Evaluations of Significant Books on International Relations, 1920-1970 (New York: R.R. Bowker Co., 1972), 641-644, 674-675 Journal of Politics, 31, 3 (August 1969), 828-830: Adam B. Ulam, Expansion and Coexistence: The History of Soviet Foreign Policy, and Jan F. Triska and David D. Finley, Soviet Foreign Policy PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCES AND PRESENTATIONS CONFERENCE ORGANIZER: “Gorbachev’s Reforms: Roots and Ramifications,” Mid-Atlantic Slavic Conference, Albany, NY, April 15-16, 1988 “The Soviet Union in the 1980s,” Academy of Political Science, Columbia University, May 1, 1984 PAPERS AND LECTURES: American Political Science Association, national conference, Philadelphia, PA, 2006 (one formal paper and one roundtable presentation) Union College, Schenectady, NY, 1999 Mid-Atlantic Slavic Conference, Philadelphia, PA, 1998 Columbia University, Harriman Institute (50th Anniversary Conference), 1997 Mid-Atlantic Slavic Conference, Albany, NY, 1997 American Political Science Association, national conference, Chicago, 1995 Rowan College of New Jersey, 1995 Mid-Atlantic Slavic Conference, New York, 1995 Committee on Viable Constitutionalism, Second International Conference, Center for Legislative Development, UAlbany, 1994 Russell Sage College, 1994 Columbia University, Harriman Institute, 1992 U.S. Department of State, Washington, DC, 1992 Hofstra University, 1992 Muhlenberg College, 1992 Lehigh University, 1992 Mid-Atlantic Slavic Conference, New York, 1992 Columbia University, Harriman Institute, 1991 Union College, Schenectady, NY, 1991 SUNY Buffalo, 1991 SUNY Provost’s lecture series, Rockefeller College, 1991 U.S. Ambassador’s residence, Moscow, USSR, 1991 Fourth World Congress for Soviet and East European Studies, Harrogate, England, 1990 (two papers) Centro de Estudios de Politica Exterior, Madrid, Spain, 1990 Residencia de Estudiantes, Madrid, Spain, 1990 Asociacion Cultural Hispano Norteamericana, Madrid, Spain, 1990 Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain, 1990 Muhlenberg College, 1990 Columbia University, Harriman Institute, 1990

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Illinois Wesleyan University, 1990 Institute for East-West Security Studies, working group on international economic change, restructuring, and East-West security, Chicago, 1988 Danish Foreign Policy Society, Aero, Denmark, 1988 Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC, 1988 Princeton University, conference on “The Soviet Union under Gorbachev,” 1988 Annenberg Washington Program, conference on “Chernobyl: Law and Communication,” Washington, DC, 1988 Mid-Atlantic Slavic Conference, Albany, NY, 1988 International Studies Association, annual conference, St. Louis, 1988 Mid-West Slavic Conference, Bloomington, IN, 1988 American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, national convention, Boston, 1987 Glassboro College, conference on Soviet-American relations, 1987 Academy of Political Science conference, Columbia University, 1987 Stanford University, 1986 University of Santa Clara, 1986 American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, national convention, New Orleans, 1986 Harvard University, Russian Research Center conference on Chernobyl, 1986 Columbia University, Harriman Institute, 1986 Federal Republic of Germany, Foreign Office Policy Planning Staff colloquium on “The Soviet Union and the Information Society,” Bonn, 1985 American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, Washington, DC chapter, 1985 Canadian Institute of International Affairs, Toronto, Canada, 1984 Academy of Political Science conference, Columbia University, 1984 Harvard/M.I.T. conference on computers in the USSR, 1983 Muhlenberg College, 1983 American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, national convention, Washington, DC, 1982 American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, national convention, Monterey, CA, 1981 American Political Science Association, national convention, New York, 1981 American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, national convention, Philadelphia, 1980 U.S. International Communication Agency and Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, DC, 1980 American Political Science Association, national convention, Washington, DC, 1980 American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, national convention, New Haven, CT, 1979 Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, DC, 1979 American Political Science Association, national convention, New York, 1978 Columbia University, Seminar on Technology and Social Change, 1978 Mid-West Slavic Conference, Bloomington, IN, 1978

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Mid-Atlantic Slavic Conference, New York, 1978 Yale University, 1977 Stanford Research Institute, Washington, DC, 1977 U.S. Department of State, Washington, DC, 1976 Columbia University, Research Institute on International Change and Russian Institute, 1975-1976 (four presentations) International Conference on Technology and Communist Culture, Bellagio, Italy, 1975 Centro Studi E Richerche Su Problemi Economico-Sociali, Venice, Italy, 1975 SUNY Buffalo, 1974 Columbia University, Russian Institute, 1974 Conference on the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, Portsmouth, NH, 1974 American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, national convention, New York, 1973 George Washington University, Washington, DC, 1972 Mid-West Conference of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, Detroit, 1968 Bi-State Slavic Conference, Lawrence, KS, 1967 American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, national convention, Washington, DC, 1967 PANEL ORGANIZER AND/OR CHAIR: American Political Science Association, national conference, Philadelphia, PA, 2006 (organizer and chair of roundtable in honor of Harry Eckstein) Columbia University, Harriman Institute (50th Anniversary Conference), 1997 Mid-Atlantic Slavic Conference, Albany, NY, 1997 International Studies Association, annual conference, St. Louis, 1988 American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, national convention, Boston, 1987 Mid-Atlantic Slavic Conference, New York, 1987 American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, national convention, Philadelphia, 1980 Second World Congress for Soviet and East European Studies, Garmisch, Federal Republic of Germany, 1980 American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, national convention, New Haven, CT, 1979 Northeastern Slavic Conference, Burlington, VT, 1972 Northeastern Slavic Conference, Montreal, Canada, 1971 INVITED PARTICIPANT OR DISCUSSANT: Columbia University conferences, workshops, seminars, and classes, 1973-present (e.g., annual lecturer in Prof. John Hazard’s graduate seminar, 1977-1989) Harvard University/Columbia University Russia/Eurasia Forum, “A Globalizing Russia?” Cambridge, MA, 2009 Columbia University/Harvard University Russia/Eurasia Forum, “Does Leadership in Russia Matter?” New York, 2008 American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, national convention, Boston, 1996

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Committee on Viable Constitutionalism, third international conference, Honolulu, 1995 Harvard University, “Democratization in Russia: The Development of Legislative Institutions,” Cambridge, MA, 1993 U.S. Department of State, “Title VIII Workshop on New Directions in Russian, Eurasian, and East European Studies,” Washington, DC, 1992 Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, workshop on “Rethinking Soviet Studies,” Washington, DC, 1992 Ditchley Foundation, “The Federal State: Lessons from North American and European Experience,” Cambridge, Ontario, Canada, 1991 Intergovernmental colloquium on the economic development of the Baltic states, Tallinn, Estonia, 1991 La Perestroika Economika y Espana (Soviet-Spanish trade conference), Madrid, 1990 Mid-Atlantic Slavic Conference, Camden, NJ, 1990 Institute for East-West Security Studies, conference on “Seeking Security in the 1990s: Common Responsibility of West and East,” Frankfort, Federal Republic of Germany, 1989 Institute for East-West Security Studies, conference on “Beyond Yalta: The Challenge of Change in Europe,” Athens, Greece, 1989 Haverford College, conference on Soviet and Chinese economies, 1989 Institute for East-West Security Studies, conference on “New Approaches to East-West Security,” Potsdam, German Democratic Republic, 1988 Institute for East-West Security Studies, conference on “Implications of Soviet New Thinking,” St. Paul, MN, 1987 Institute for East-West Security Studies, conference on “The Impact of Technology on the Future of European Security and Cooperation,” Espoo, Finland, 1987 M.I.T., Science, Technology, and Society program, 1987 Institute for Defense Analyses conferences, workshops, and seminars, Alexandria, VA, 1986-1990 M.I.T., Science, Technology, and Society program, 1986 Mid-Atlantic Slavic Conference, Princeton, NJ, 1986 SUNY Albany-University of Belgrade conferences on management, Belgrade and Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia, 1985 American Society for Cybernetics, annual meeting, Philadelphia, 1984 University of Belgrade, conference on “Socialism in Yugoslav Theory and Practice,” Belgrade, Yugoslavia, 1984 Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies, conference on science and technology in the USSR, 1984 Princeton University, conference on “Organizational Participation and Public Policy,” 1981 Hudson Institute, working seminar on “Nuclear Defense Issues of the 1980s,” Croton, NY, 1980 National Foreign Trade Convention, New York, 1979 American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, national convention, New York, 1979 Association of the Bar of the City of New York, conference on the Helsinki agreement, 1977 Princeton University, conference on “The Business of Détente,” 1976

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Union College, working seminar on “Quantitative Techniques in the Social Sciences,” Schenectady, NY, 1974 Johns Hopkins University, conference on “Domestic Inputs in Soviet Foreign Policy,” Airlie House, Warrenton, VA, 1973 Glassboro College, conference on “Soviet-American Affairs,” 1972 American Political Science Association, national convention, Washington, DC, 1972 UNIVERSITY SERVICE (Department of Political Science, SUNY Albany, unless otherwise noted) Advisory Committee, Russian and East European Studies Program, 1977-present (Chair, 1980-1982) Chair, Comparative Politics Field Committee, 1969-2006 (frequently) Member, Contract Renewal Committee, 2010 Chair and member, Contract Renewal Committees, 2008-2009 Chair and member, Comparative Politics Search Committees, 2006-2008 Undergraduate research paper prize committee, 2006 Promotion and Tenure committee, 2006 Chair, Contract Renewal Committee, 2005 Chair, International Relations Search Committee, 2004-2005 Grievance Committee, Rockefeller College, 2003-2004 Chair of the Faculty, Rockefeller College, 2002-2003 Chair, Comparative Politics Search Committee, 2002-2003 Zimmerman Award Committee, 2002-2003 Doctoral Examination Review Committee, 2002 Faculty Research Award Program Committee, Rockefeller College, 2002 Curriculum Committee, Rockefeller College, 2001 Chair, Contract Renewal Committee, 2001 Comparative Politics Liaison, UAlbany international relations program committee, 2001 Promotion and Tenure committee, 2000 Undergraduate Research Paper Awards Committee, 2000 Faculty Research Awards Program, Rockefeller College, 1999-2000 Grievance Committee, Graduate School of Public Affairs, 1999-2000 Chair, International Relations Search Committee, 1999-2000 Strategic Goals and Initiatives Committee, 1998-1999 Chair, Contract Renewal Committee, 1998 Promotion and Tenure Committee, Rockefeller College, 1997-1999 Committee on Teaching, 1997-1998 Chair, Contract Renewal Committee, 1997 Ph.D. Program Review/Strategic Planning Committee, 1997 International Relations Search Committee, 1996 Enrollment Management Committee, Rockefeller College, 1995-1996 Chair, Promotion and Tenure committee, 1995 Doctoral Dissertation Award Committee, Rockefeller College, 1993-1996 Graduate Studies Coordinator, 1992-1996 SUNY Central’s Joint Programs with the State Committee for Higher Education of the Russian Federation (formerly the Ministry of Science, Higher Education, and Technical Policy), initiator and advisor, 1992-1995

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Chancellor’s Delegation, negotiated memorandum of agreement between SUNY and the Ministry of Science, Higher Education, and Technical Policy of the Russian Federation, 1992 Chair, Promotion and Tenure committee, 1992 Graduate Admissions Committee, 1991-1996 UAlbany Committee on Academic Standing, 1991-1992 UAlbany Campus Forum, “The Changing Faces of Socialism: The Soviet Union,” coorganizer and speaker, 1989 Chair, Contract Renewal Committee, 1989 Promotion and Tenure Committee, Rockefeller College, 1988-1989 Chair, International Relations/Comparative Politics Search Committee, 1988-1989 Chair, Contract Renewal Committee, 1988 Chair, Merit Salary Increase Advisory Committee, 1987 Faculty Research Grant Review Committee, Rockefeller College, 1987 Graduate Committee, 1986-1987 Faculty-Graduate Student Liaison Committee, 1986-1987 Chair of the Faculty, Graduate School of Public Affairs, 1985-1986 Chair, Ph.D. Review Committee, 1985-1986 UAlbany Committee on National Science Policy, 1985 UAlbany-University of Belgrade Faculty Exchange Program, U.S. Information Agency grant, project director, steering committee chair, 1984-1990 Interdepartmental Search Committee, School of Public Affairs, 1984-1985 Discretionary Salary Increase Committee, 1984 Personnel Review Committee, 1984 UAlbany Committee on International Research, Education, and Development, 1984-1986 UAlbany Undergraduate Academic Council Honors Committee, 1983-1985 Graduate Financial Awards Committee, 1981-1982 Graduate Program Procedures Committee, 1981 Committee on Joint Degree Programs, 1981 Chair, Committee on Graduate Assistantships and Incompletes, 1980 Dean’s Committee on Committees, 1978-1985 (chair, 1981-1982) UAlbany Committee on Academic Standing, 1978-1982 Tenure and Term Appointment Review Committee, 1978-1980 Ph.D. Program Committee, 1978-1979 Dean’s Search Committee for Public Administration Chair, 1977-1978 Dean’s Cognate Discipline Committee on Promotion and Tenure, 1976-1977 Recruitment Committee, 1976-1977 Chair, Research Committee, Graduate School of Public Affairs, 1974-1975 Committee to Review Ph.D. Comprehensive Examinations, 1973 Dean’s Advisory Committee on Promotion and Tenure, Graduate School of Public Affairs, 1972-1974 Search Committee for Chair, 1970-1971 Admissions Committee, Graduate School of Public Affairs, 1969-1971 Graduate Committee of the College of Liberal Arts, Temple University, 1967-1969 Graduate Studies Committee, Temple University, 1967-1969 Recruitment Committee, Temple University, 1967-1969

ERIK P. HOFFMANN

COURSES TAUGHT (graduate and undergraduate) Comparative Politics (theory, metatheory, methodology, and history) Comparative Political Economy The Political Economy of Democratization Building Democracies and Markets Democracy, Democratization, and De-democratization Russian Domestic Politics Russian Foreign Policy Communist and Postcommunist States and Societies Political Leadership Technology, Culture, and Politics Global Politics and Documentary Films War and Film

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