Rosella Cappella Zielinski
Office: PLS 310
Education: Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania; B.A., University of Southern California
Areas of Specialization: International Security; International Political Economy; Political Economy of National Security; War Finance; Organizational Theory; Bureaucratic Capacity; Qualitative Research Methods
In addition to my academic research, I am committed to promoting the study of political economy of national security. I am the founder and Co-Director of Boston University’s Project for the Political Economy of Security. Join our mailing list here!
I teach classes in International Relations, emphasizing national security. My courses explore the politics of paying for defense, international conflict, nuclear security (with support from The Stanton Foundation), the relationship between war and society, and a variety of other issues in the field of International Relations.
Visit my personal webpage for more – http://sites.bu.edu/cappella/.