Carl C. Hodge
Professor of political science at the University of British Columbia-Okanagan
- Bacheleors and Masters degrees from Carleton University in Ottawa
- Doctorate from the London School of Economics
A former civil servant with the Canadian government, Professor Hodge is also a former Senior Volkswagen Research Fellow with the American Institute of Contemporary German Studies at the Johns Hopkins University and a former NATO-EAPC fellow.
Atlanticism for a New Century: The Rise, Triumph and Decline of NATO (Prentice-Hall, 2004)
Politics in North America: Canada, Mexico and the United States, with Robert J. Jackson, Gregory Mahler, and Holly Reynolds (Prentice-Hall, 2003)
NATO for a New Century: Expansion and Intervention in the Atlantic Alliance (Praeger, 2002)
Redefining European Security (Garland, 1999)
All of the People, All of the Time: American Government at the End of the Century (Peter Lang,1998)
The Trammels of Tradition: Social Democracy in Britain, France, and Germany (Greenwood,1994)
Shepherd of Democracy? America and Germany in the Twentieth Century, coedited with Cathal J. Nolan (Greenwood,1992)
He edited the encyclopedia U.S. Presidents & Foreign Policy, From 1789 to the Present (ABC-Clio, 2007) and is the editor/contributor for the two-volume encyclopedia The Age of Imperialism, 1800-1914 (Greenwood, 2007).
He is currently at work on a book, War, Strategy and the Modern State, 1792-1914, to come out with Pickering & Chatto in late 2016.