Rochester, J. Martin 1945–
ROCHESTER, J. Martin 1945–
PERSONAL: Born November 24, 1945, in Baltimore, MD; son of Harry Louis (a pharmacist) and Sophie (Persky) Rochester; married Ruth M. Kirsh (a vocational counselor), August 3, 1969. Education: Loyola College (Baltimore, MD), A.B., 1966; Syracuse University, Ph.D., 1973.
ADDRESSES: Office—Center for International Studies, University of Missouri—St. Louis, 8001 Natural Bridge Rd., St. Louis, MO 63121-4499.
CAREER: Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, research associate in International Relations Program, 1970–72; University of Missouri—St. Louis, St. Louis, research associate at Center for International Studies, 1972–74, assistant professor of political science, beginning 1974, Curators' Distinguished Teaching Professor of Political Science, 2001–, past department chair. Consortium for International Studies in Education, founding member.
MEMBER: American Political Science Association, International Studies Association (past president of Midwest chapter; member of national governing board).
(With William D. Coplin) Learning Package #2: Foreign Policy Decision-Making, Markham, 1971.
International Institutions and World Order: The International System as a Prismatic Polity, Sage Publications (Beverly Hills, CA), 1974.
(With Frederic S. Pearson) International Relations: The Global Condition in the Late Twentieth Century, Addison-Wesley (Reading, MA), 1984, 4th edition, McGraw Hill (New York, NY), 1998.
Between Two Epochs: What's Ahead for America, the World, and Global Politics in the Twenty-First Century?, Prentice Hall (Upper Saddle River, NJ), 2002.
Class Warfare: Besieged Schools, Bewildered Parents, Betrayed Kids, and the Attack on Excellence, Encounter Books (San Francisco, CA), 2002.
Coauthor of The Global Condition. Contributor to American Political Science Review, Review of Politics, Western Political Quarterly, International Studies Quarterly, Phi Delta Kappan, Education Week, International Organization, World Affairs, Journal of Peace Research, and other journals.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
American Political Science Review, June, 1994, Christer Jonsson, review of Waiting for the Millennium: The United Nations and the Future of World Order, p. 519.
Choice, November, 1993, review of Waiting for the Millennium, p. 535.
Library Journal, November 15, 2002, Leroy Hommerding, review of Class Warfare: Besieged Schools, Bewildered Parents, Betrayed Kids, and the Attack on Excellence, p. 83.
Military Review, December, 1994, review of Waiting for the Millennium, p. 125.
Encounter Books Web site, http://www.encounterbooks.com/ (April 18, 2003), description of Class Warfare.
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