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Lecturer in History and Politics
Comparative politics, international relations, East Asian political history, political demography
PhD, Government, Cornell University
MA, Government, Cornell University
AB, summa cum laude, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University; Certificate in East Asian Studies
POLS 110 Introduction to Global Politics
Danielle F. S. Cohen, “The Case of China,” Asan Forum 5, no. 4 (July-August 2017).
Danielle Cohen, “The Impact of Chinese National Identity on Sino-ASEAN Relations,” in The Sino-ROK-U.S. Triangle: Awaiting the Impact of Leadership Changes, ed. Gilbert Rozman, vol. 28, Joint U.S. - Korea Academic Studies (Washington, DC: Korea Economic Institute of America, 2017), 113-28.
Danielle F. S. Cohen, “Chinese Interpretations of Japan and Its Role in the Indo-Pacific Region in 2016,” The Asan Forum 4, no. 3 (May-June 2016).
Danielle F.S. Cohen, “Country Report: China,” The Asan Forum 4, no. 2 (March/April 2016)—present (bimonthly)
Danielle Cohen and Jonathan Kirshner, “Myth-Telling: The Cult of Energy Insecurity and China-US Relations,” Global Asia 6, no. 2 (June 2011).
Michael D. Swaine, Zhang Tuosheng, eds., with Danielle F. S. Cohen, Managing Sino-American Crises: Case Studies and Analysis (Washington, DC: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2006).
Danielle F. S. Cohen, Retracing the Triangle: China’s Strategic Perceptions of Japan in the Post-Cold War Era, Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies 181, no. 2 (2005).
“Women’s Empowerment Meets Women’s Liberation: The Disconnect Between Global and Chinese Approaches to Gender and Population,” paper presented at the International Studies Association conference in Atlanta, GA, March 2016.
“Selective Adoption Under Social Pressure: Population Control, the Cairo Consensus, and the Reform of the One Child Policy,” paper presented at the International Studies Association conference, New Orleans, LA, February 2015.
“China’s International Integration and the Effects on the One Child Policy,” presentation to the Buffett Center Faculty and Fellows Series, Northwestern University, January 2015.
“Minority Births Under China’s One Child Policy,” paper presented at the International Studies Association conference, Toronto, Ontario, March 2014.
|Awards and Honors|
Janice N. and Milton J. Esman Graduate Prize, Department of Government, Cornell University, 2016
Fulbright-Hays, U.S. Department of Education, awarded 2010–2011
Critical Language Scholarship, Mandarin Chinese, U.S. Department of State (Nanjing, China), June–August 2010
Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship, Chinese, Cornell/U.S. Department of Education, 2007–2008