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Curriculum Vitae

Donald L. Horowitz

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Duke Law School, Duke Box 90362, Durham, NC 27708-0360 (919) 613-7006 (office)
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Education

Ph.D.Harvard University1968
Ph.D. Harvard University1967
M.A. Harvard University1965
LL.M. Harvard University1962
LL.B.Syracuse University1961
B.A.Syracuse University1959
A.B.Syracuse University1959
Professional Experience / Employment History

Duke University
James B. Duke Chair, 1994-present
Charles S. Murphy Chair, 1988-1993
Professor, 1980-present
Harvard University
Professorial Lecturer, School of Advanced International Studies, 1976-1981
Research Associate, Center for International Affairs, 1967-1969
Smithsonian Institution
Senior Fellow, Research Institute on Immigration and Ethnic Studies, 1975-1981
The Brookings Institution
Research Associate, 1972-1975
George Washington University
Lecturer, 1972-1973
Council on Foreign Relations and Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
Fellow, 1971-1972
Civil Division, Appellate Section
Attorney, Department of Justice, 1969-1971
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Law Clerk to Hon. Joseph S. Lord, III, Chief United States District Judge, 1965-1966
Visiting Positions
Fulbright Senior Specialist and Distinguished Visiting Fellow, IKMAS (Institute of Malaysian and International Studies), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, 2002
Carnegie Scholar, Carnegie Mellon, 2001-2002
Centennial Professor, London School of Economics, 2001
Distinguished Visitor, London School of Economics, Suntory and Toyota Centre for International Economics and Related Disciplines, 1998-2000
(one month each spring)
Visiting Scholar, University of Canterbury School of Law, Christchurch, New Zealand, Winter 1995-1996
Visiting Professor, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Spring 1991
Rockefeller Foundation Residency, Bellagio Study Center, Lake Como, Italy, Summer 1990
Visiting Fellow, Wolfson College, Cambridge University, 1988
Visiting Professor and Charles J. Merriam Scholar, University of Chicago Law School, Autumn 1988
Visiting Fellow and Research Associate, University of Malaya, 1984
Awards, Honors, and Distinctions

Fellows, American Academy in Berlin
Fellows, Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars
Ethnicity, Nationalism, and Migration Distinguished Scholar Award, International Studies Association, December, 2009
President, American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy, 2007-2010; Vice-President, 2004-, 2007
Vice-President, American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy, 2004-
Torkel Opsahl Memorial Lecturer, Queen's University, Belfast, 2000
Jean Mayer Global Citizenship Award, Tufts University, August, 2001
Maines Visitor and Lecturer, Centre for Public Law, University of Cambridge, 2000
Louis Brownlow Prize of the National Academy of Public Administration for the best book in public administration, The Courts and Social Policy, 1997
Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowships, National Science Foundation, 1996-1968
Sondermann Lecturer, Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1994
Fellows, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1993
Finalist, Herskovits Award, African Studies Association, 1992
Ralph J. Bunche Award of the American Political Science Association, 1992
Ralph J. Bunche Award, American Political Science Association
Fellow, National Humanities Center
Maurice Webb Memorial Lecturer, Natal University, 1989
Outstanding Academic Book, Choice Magazine, 1987
National Humanities Center Fellowship, 1984
National Humanities Center Fellowship, 1984
Fellow, National Humanities Center
Guggenheim Fellowship, 1980-1981
Guggenheim Fellowship, 1980-1981
McDonald-Currie Memorial Lecturer, McGill University, Montreal, 1980
Fellowship, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
Finalist, C. Wright Mills Book Award of the Society of the Study of Social Problems, 1978
Social Science Research Council Fellowship, 1977
Social Science Research Council Fellowship, 1977
Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship, 1976
Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship, 1976
Council on Foreign Relations Fellowship, 1971-1972
Woodrow Wilson Center Fellowship, 1971-1972
Council on Foreign Relations Fellowship, 1971-1972
Woodrow Wilson Center Fellowship, 1971-1972
National Science Foundation Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowships, 1966-1968
Harvard University Graduate Fellowship, 1963-1965
Professional Service

Dept Officer
Dissertation Committee, Department Chair, 2002 - present
Papers Refereed
Multiple Papers Refereed for Multiple Journals, Multiple Papers Refereed for Multiple Journals. 2010, 2010 - present
   Multiple papers refereed for multiple journals; also several book manuscripts for several publishers.
Member : Advisory Committee for the Iraq Electoral Legal Framework, Member : Advisory Committee for the Iraq Electoral Legal Framework. 2009, 2009 - present
Secretary of State's Advisory Committee on Democracy Promotion, 2006 -2008
Kenyan Draft Constitution: Chicago Working Group for the International Development Law Organization, Kenyan Draft Constitution: Chicago Working Group for the International Development Law Organization. November 2009 - February 2010, November, 2009 - February, 2010
U.S. National Security Council, 2007
   Moroccan autonomy plan for the Western Sahara
Other
Member, Advisory Board, Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, 2005 - present
Member, Listings:, 2005 - present
   Who's Who in America Who's Who in American Education Who's Who in American Law International Authors and Writers Who's Who Dictionary of International Biography Who's Who in the 21st Century
Member, International Board, Ethnopolitics, 2004 - present
Member, International Editorial Board, Journal of Ethnopolitics and Minority Issues in Europe, 2002 - present
Member, Society for Comparative Research, 2001
International Consultant, Cyprus (PRIO in Nicosia), 2001
Member, Southeast Asia Law Society, 1999-present
Member, International Advisory Board, Center for Development Research, University of Bonn, Germany, 1999-present
Member, Board of Arbitrators, National Association of Securities Dealers Regulation, Inc., 1998-present
Member, Panel of Arbitrators, China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission (CIETACO), Beijing, 1997-present
Member, Advisory Board, International Encyclopedia of Racial and Ethnic Relations, 1996-present
Member, Advisory Board of the Association for the Study of Nationalities, 1995-present
International Consultant, The Hague, problems of federalism and state structure in post-Soviet states, January 1995
International Consultant, Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland Office: plans for re-democratization, May 1995
International Consultant, Republic of Ireland, Ministry of Foreign Affairs: developments in Northern Ireland, June 1995
Member, Mediation Panel, U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina, 1994-present
Member, International Editorial Board, Nations and Nationalism, 1994-present
Member, Research Council of the International Forum for Democratic Studies, 1994-present
International Consultant, Romania, Presidency and Police: prevention of violence against Gypsies, 1994
International Consultant, The Hague, CSCE High Commissioner for National Minorities: issues in Eastern Europe, October 1994
Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Democracy, 1993-present
International Consultant, Russia, Minister of Nationalities: nationality policy, 1993
International Consultant, Tatarstan, Presidency: federalism, electoral systems, 1993
External Examiner, Faculty of Law, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, 1992
Member, Advisory Board, Series on Constitutionalism and Democracy, University Press of Virginia, 1992-present
Member, Council on Ethnic Accord, Project on Ethnic Relations [in Eastern Europe], 1991-present
Member, Editorial Board, Public Interest Law Review, 1988-present
Member, Editorial Board, Law and Contemporary Problems, 1983-84, 1989-present
Consultant, General Counsel, U.S. Department of Transportation, 1980
International Consultant, Nigeria, Delegation to Constituent Assembly: presidential electoral system, 1978
Member, Bars of New York, the District of Columbia, the United States Supreme Court, and the United States Court of Appeals for various circuits, present
Order of the Coif, present
Member, Program Committee for the 1989 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, present
International consultant, Taiwan, Commission on Reform, Office of the President: constitutional revision, December 2004
International Consultant, Malaysia, Universiti Kebangsaan: plans for research universities, June-July 2002
External Assessor, Department of Syariah and Law, Academy of Islamic Studies, University of Malaya, 1999-2002, 2005-2008
Member, Board of Directors, Project on Ethnic Relations, 1999-2004
Member, American Academy of Arts and Sciences Strategic Planning Committee on Studies and Projects, 1998-1999
International Consultant, Indonesia, National Democratic Institute: proposed electoral and political parties laws, August 1998-February 1999
International Consultant, Bosnia, three-person International Advisory Board for the High Representative: electoral law, Nobember 1998-1999
Member, American Academy of Arts and Sciences Membership Committee for Political Science, 1997-1998
Member, Advisory Council, Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict, 1994-1998
International Consultant, Fiji, Constitution Review Commission: electoral systems and other constitutional arrangements, December 1995-February 1996
Chair, Advisory Board, Ethnicity Program, Woodrow Wilson Center, 1992-1995
Member, Panel of Arbitrators, American Arbitration Association: Labor and Commercial Panels, 1973-1995
External Examiner, Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Malaya, 1990-1993
Member, Arbitration Panel, U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina, 1985-1993
Member, Board of Directors, Adjudication Center, 1984-1992
Co-Chair, American Academy-Ecole Normale Supérieure French-American Ethnicity Project, 1988-1991
Chair, American Academy of Arts and Sciences Planning Group on Ethnicity, 1984-1989
Chair, North Carolina Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, 1985-1988
Member, National Science Foundation Review Panel on AID Entrepreneurship Project, 1982-1986
   including field evaluation in Malawi, 1985-86
Member, Council on the Role of the Courts, a Study Group of Lawyers, Judges, and Social Scientists under the auspices of the Department of Justice, 1978-1984
Principal Consultant, Ethnic Issues in Asia and Africa, The Ford Foundation, 1977-1982
Member, Editorial Board, Ethnicity, 1974-1982
Selected Recent Invited Talks

"How Indonesia Became a Constitutional Democracy", George Washington University Comparative Politics Workshop, October 12, 2010
How Indonesia Became a Constitutional Democracy, George Washington University Comparative Politics Workshop, 12 October 2010
"The Challenge of Democratic Transition and Constitutional Design in Kyrgyzstan", National Endowment for Democracy in Washington, D.C., April 23, 2010
The Challenge of Democratic Transition and Constitutional Design in Kyrgyzstan, National Endowment for Democracy in Washington, D.C., 23 April 2010
"Indonesia's Path to Constitutional Democracy", Donovan lecture at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, April 05, 2010
Indonesia's Path to Constitutional Democracy, Donovan lecture at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, 5 April 2010
"Conciliatory Institutions and Constitutional Process in Indonesia", Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting, March 26, 2010
Conciliatory Institutions and Constitutional Process in Indonesia, Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting, 26 March 2010
“Islam, International Law and the Prospects for a Democratic Iraq”, Whittier Law School, Costa Mesa, CA, March 24, 2010
"Indonesia's Path to Constitutional Democracy", George Washington University Law School, March 05, 2010
Indonesia's Path to Constitutional Democracy, George Washington University Law School, 5 March 2010
"Constitutional Design for Severely Divided Societies", Georgetown University Political Science Department, March 03, 2010
Constitutional Design for Severely Divided Societies, Georgetown University Political Science Department, 3 March 2010
"Indonesia's Path to Constitutional Democracy", UCLA Law School's Human Rights Colloquium, February 18, 2010
Indonesia's Path to Constitutional Democracy, UCLA Law School's Human Rights Colloquium, 18 February 2010
Indonesia's Path to Constitutional Democracy., George Washington University Global Law Workshop, 16 March 2009
"Universal Values, Cultural Differences, and the Future of Democracy: A Celebration of the Life and Thought of Samuel P. Huntington", National Endowment for Democracy forum, March 10, 2009
Universal Values, Cultural Differences, and the Future of Democracy: A Celebration of the Life and Thought of Samuel P. Huntington, National Endowment for Democracy forum, 10 March 2009
"An Inside Job: How Indonesia Became a Constitutional Democracy", University of Hawaii, January 20, 2009
An Inside Job: How Indonesia Became a Constitutional Democracy, University of Hawaii, 20 January 2009
"Constitutional Design, Ethnicity, and Democracy", "Constitution Making: A Process Filled with Constraint", "Conciliatory Institutions and Constitutional Processes in Post Conflict States" and "The Many Uses of Federalism in De, Shih Ming-Teh Lectures at National Taiwan University, March 24, 25, 26, 2008
Constitutional Design, Ethnicity, and Democracy, "Constitution Making: A Process Filled with Constraint", "Conciliatory Institutions and Constitutional Processes in Post Conflict States" and "The Many Uses of Federalism in De, Shih Ming-Teh Lectures at National Taiwan University, 1 December 2008
"Constitutional Design for Severely Divided Societies", Universiti Utara Malaysia, July 31, 2008
Constitutional Design for Severely Divided Societies, Universiti Utara Malaysia, 31 July 2008
New Constitutional Orders in Transitions to Democracy, International Center for Transitional Justice in New York City, 14 March 2008
“The Unrealized Potential of Federalization”, Central European University in Budapest, October 10, 2007
“The U.S. Constitution: Experience for Thailand”, Law Faculty of Chulalongkorn University in Thailand, August 01, 2007
“If Not Democracy, Then What? Ethnicity, Religion, and Politics in the Middle East”, Pew-Hudson Capitol Hill series for senior Senate and House staffers, April 30, 2007
"The Rule of Law in Factionalized Societies", Academia Sinica in Taiwan, March 27, 2007
“Federalism and Ethnic Conflict”, Center for American Progress in Washington, D.C., March 22, 2007
“The Iraq Constitution and the Rule of Law”, “Politics, Law, and Economics" Lecture Series, March 20, 2007
“Electoral Systems and Democracy: What Have We Learned?”, National Endowment for Democracy, October 25, 2006
“Electoral Systems and Constitutional Design”, Series on Constitutional Design, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, February 26, 2006
Constitutional Design for Severely Divided Societies, University of California, Davis, Center for History, Society and Culture, 7 January 2004
State-Building in Iraq and Afghanistan: What Is the Proper US Role?, Wake Forest University, 12 November 2003
Constitutional Design for Severely Divided Societies, Diplomatic Academy of Austria, Vienna, 15 October 2003
Constitutional Design for Severely Divided Societies, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, 13 October 2003
Constitutional Design for Severely Divided Societies, Rutgers University, 28 April 2003
Maines Visitor and Lecturer, Centre for Public Law, University of Cambridge, 2000
Torkel Opsahl Memorial Lecturer, Queen's University, Belfast, 2000
Dondermann Lecturer, Colorado College, Colorado Spring, Colorado, 1994
Maurice Webb Memorial Lecturer, Natal University, 1989
McDonald-Currie Memorial Lecturer, McGill University, Montreal, 1980

Publications

Books

  1. Facing Ethnic Conflicts: Perspectives from Research and Policy-Making, edited by Donald L. Horowitz (2002).
  2. D.L. Horowitz, The Deadly Ethnic Riot (2001), Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.
  3. Immigrants in Two Democracies: French and American Experience, edited by Donald L. Horowitz (1992), New York: New York University Press.
  4. D.L. Horowitz, A Democratic South Africa? Constitutional Engineering in a Divided Society (1991), Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.
  5. D.L. Horowitz, Ethnic Groups in Conflict (1985), Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press (reissued with a new preface, 2000..).
  6. D.L. Horowitz, Coup Theories and Officers' Motives: Sri Lanka in Comparative Perspective (1980), Princeton: Princeton University Press.
  7. D.L. Horowitz, The Courts and Social Policy (1977), Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution.
  8. D.L. Horowitz, The Jurocracy: Government Lawyers, Agency Programs, and Judicial Decisions (1977), Lexington, Mass.: D.C. Heath & Co..

Monographs

  1. D.L. Horowitz, The Helping Professions and the Hurting Conflicts, East Lansing: Michigan State University Center for Advanced Study of International Development, Distinguished Speaker Series, monograph no. 10 (1992).
  2. D.L. Horowitz, Community Conflict: Policy and Possibilities, Centre for Conflict Studies, University of Ulster, Coleraine, Monograph Series, number one (1990) (also translated into Romanian..).

Chapters in Books

  1. Horowitz, DL, Irredentas and secessions: Adjacent phenomena, neglected connections, in The Routledge Handbook of Ethnic Conflict: Second Edition (January, 2016), pp. 155-164 [doi].
  2. D.L. Horowitz, Some Realism About Constitutional Engineering, in Facing Ethnic Conflicts: Towards a New Realism, edited by Andreas Wimmer, et al (2004), pp. 245-57, Lanham, Md.: Rowman & Littlefield.
  3. D.L. Horowitz, Structure and Strategy in Ethnic Conflict: A Few Steps Toward Synthesis, in Annual World Bank Conference on Development Economics, 1998, edited by Boris Pleskovic and Joseph E. Stiglitz (1999), pp. 345-70, Washington, D.C.: World Bank.
  4. D.L. Horowitz, The Cracked Foundations of the Right to Secede and Their Implications for Partition, in Volume on Partition, edited by Andrew Bacevich (2002).
  5. D.L. Horowitz, Constitutional Courts: Opportunities and Pitfalls, in Towards a New Constitution in Afghanistan, edited by Barnett Rubin (2003), Maiwand.
  6. D.L. Horowitz, Constitutional Courts: Opportunities and Pitfalls, in Towards a New Constitution in Afghanistan, edited by Barnett Rubin (2003), Kabul: Maiwand (in English, Pushto, and Persian, Uzbek translations, 2004.).
  7. D.L. Horowitz, The Primordialists, in Ethnonationalism in the Contemporary World: Walker, Connor and the Theory of Nationalism, edited by Daniele Conversi (2002), London: Routledge.
  8. D.L. Horowitz, Constitutional Design: Proposals Versus Processes, in The Architecture of Democracy: Constitutional Design, Conflict Management and Democracy, edited by Andrew Reynolds (2002), pp. 15-36, Oxford University Press.
  9. D.L. Horowitz, Domesticating Foreign Ideas in the Adoption of New Institutions: Evidence from Fiji and Indonesia, in Sovereignty Under Challenge, edited by John D. Montgomery (2002), pp. 197-220, New Brunswick: Transaction.
  10. D.L. Horowitz, Eating Leftovers: Making Peace from Scraps off the Negotiating Table, in Conflict and Cooperation, edited by Günther Baechler and Andreas Wengers (2002), pp. 293-309, Zurich: NZZ Publishing.
  11. D.L. Horowitz, Constitutional Design and the Problem of Adoption: Proposals Versus Processes, in Constitutional Design, Conflict Management, and Democracy in the Late Twentieth Century, edited by Andrew Reynolds (2001), Oxford University Press.
  12. D.L. Horowitz, The Northern Ireland Agreement: Consociational, Maximalist, and Risky, in Northern Ireland and the Divided World, edited by Clarendon: Oxford University Press (2001), pp. 89-108.
  13. D.L. Horowitz, The Indonesian Electoral and Political Parties Laws: An Assessment, in The Democratic Transition in Indonesia, edited by William Liddle (2001), Jakarta: Mizan.
  14. Horowitz, DL, Structure and strategy in ethnic conflict: A few steps toward synthesis, in Annual World Bank Conference on Development Economics, 1998, edited by Boris Pleskovic and Joseph E. Stiglitz (1999), pp. 345-370, Washington, D.C.: World Bank [Gateway.cgi].
  15. Horowitz, DL, Group loyalty and ethnic violence, in Violent Conflict in the 21st Century, edited by Charles Hermann et. al., VIOLENT CONFLICT IN THE 21ST CENTURY: CAUSES, INSTRUMENTS, AND MITIGATION (1999), pp. 89-110, Chicago: Midwest Center of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences [Gateway.cgi].
  16. D.L. Horowitz, Encouraging Electoral Accommodation in Divided Societies, in Electoral Systems in Divided Societies: the Fiji Constitution Review (1997), pp. 21-37, Canberra: Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University.
  17. D.L. Horowitz, Ethnic and Nationalist Conflicts, in World Security, 2d ed., edited by Michael Klare (1993), New York: St. Martin's Press.
  18. D.L. Horowitz, Conflict and the Incentives to Political Accommodation, in Northern Ireland and the Politics of Reconciliation, edited by Dermor Keogh and Michael H. Haltzel (1993), Cambridge and Washington, D.C.: Cambridge University Press and Woodrow Wilson Center Press.
  19. D.L. Horowitz, How to Begin Thinking Comparatively About Soviet Ethnic Problems, in Thinking Theoretically About Soviet Nationalities: History and Comparison in the Study of the USSR (1992), New York: Columbia University Press.
  20. Immigration and Group Relations in France and America, in Immigrants in Two Democracies: French and American Experience, edited by Donald L. Horowitz, coeditor (1992), pp. 3-35, New York: New York University Press.
  21. HOROWITZ, DL, IRREDENTAS AND SECESSIONS - ADJACENT PHENOMENA, NEGLECTED CONNECTIONS, in Irredentism and International Politics, edited by Naomi Chazan, International Journal of Comparative Sociology, vol. 33 no. 1-2 (1992), pp. 118-130, Boulder: Lynne Rienner [Gateway.cgi], [doi].
  22. D.L. Horowitz, Existe-t-il un modèle européen d'intégration?, in L'intégration des minorités immigrées en Europe, edited by Didier Lapeyronnie, vol. 1 (1991), pp. 183-86, Paris: Agence pour le Développement des Relations Interculturelles.
  23. D.L. Horowitz, Ethnic Conflict Management for Policy-Makers, in Conflict and Peace-Making in Multiethnic Societies, edited by Joseph V. Montville and Hans Binnendijk (1990), Lexington, Mass.: Lexington Books.
  24. D.L. Horowitz, Making Moderation Pay: The Comparative Politics of Ethnic Conflict Management, in Conflict and Peace-Making in Multiethnic Societies, edited by Joseph V. Montville and Hans Binnendijk (1990), Lexington, Mass.: Lexington Books.
  25. D.L. Horowitz, The Constitution and the Art of Compromise, in The New Federalist Papers, edited by J. Jackson Barlow et al. (1988).
  26. D.L. Horowitz, The Voting Rights Act, in The New Federalist Papers, edited by J. Jackson Barlow et al. (1988).
  27. D.L. Horowitz, Conflict and Accommodation: Mexican Americans in the Cosmopolis, in Mexican Americans in Comparative Perspective, edited by Walker Connor (1985), pp. 58-103, Washington: The Urban Institute Press.
  28. D.L. Horowitz, Racial Violence in the United States, in Ethnic Pluralismand Public Policy: Achieving Equality in the United States and Britain, edited by Nathan Glazer and Ken Young (1983), pp. 187-211, London: Heinemann (abridged in the Bulletin of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (December 1983)..).
  29. D.L. Horowitz, Foreward, in Protection of Ethnic Minorities: Comparative Perspectives (1981), New York: Pergamon Press.
  30. D.L. Horowitz, Overcoming Barriers to the Use of Social Research in the Courts, in The Use/Misuse/Non-use of Applied Social Research in the Courts, edited by Michael Saks and Charles Baron (1980), pp. 148-54, Cambridge: Abt Books.
  31. D.L. Horowitz, Ethnic Identity, in Ethnicity: Theory and Experience (1975), pp. 111-40, Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
  32. D.L. Horowitz, Multiracial Politics in the New States: Toward a Theory of Conflict, in Issues in Comparative Issues, edited by Robert J. Jackson and Michael B. Stein (1971), pp. 164-80, New York: St. Martin's Press.

Journal Articles

  1. Horowitz, DL, Ethnic Power Sharing: Three Big Problems, Journal of Democracy, vol. 25 no. 2 (2014), pp. 5-20 [doi].
  2. Diamond, L; Fukuyama, F; Horowitz, DL; Plattner, MF, Reconsidering the Transition Paradigm, Journal of Democracy, vol. 25 no. 1 (2014), pp. 86-100 [Gateway.cgi], [doi].
  3. Horowitz, DL, Nein, Nein und Nochmals Nein: Ein Israelisch-Palästinensisches Abkommen Wird es so Schnell Nicht Geben, Internationale Politik, vol. 65 no. 6 (November, 2010), pp. 74-79.
  4. D.L. Horowitz, Getting to No: Obstacles on the Road to Middle East Peace, The American Interest, September – October 2010. (2010).
  5. D.L. Horowitz, Will Kymlicka's Multicultural Odysseys: Prudential and Moral Issues, Nationalities Papers, Vol. 38, no. 1 (January 2010). (2010).
  6. D.L. Horowitz, The Federalist Abroad in the World, in a new edition of The Federalist, edited by Ian Shapiro (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2009), pp 502-532. (2009).
  7. D.L. Horowitz, A Federal Constituency for Belgium: Right Idea, Inadequate Method, in Kris Deschouwer and Philippe Van Parijs, eds., Electoral Engineering for a Stalled Federation (Brussels: Re-Bel e-book, 2009) (2009).
  8. D.L. Horowitz, Conciliatory Institutions and Constitutional Processes in Post-Conflict States, William & Mary Law Review, Vol. 49, no. 4 (March 2008), pp. 1213-1248 (also translated into Chinese) (2008).
  9. Horowitz, DL, Where have all the parties gone? Fraenkel and Grofman on the alternative vote - yet again, Public Choice, vol. 133 no. 1-2 (October, 2007), pp. 13-23 [Gateway.cgi], [doi].
  10. D.L. Horowitz, The Many Uses of Federalism, Drake Law Review, Vol. 55, no. 4 (2007) (2007).
  11. D.L. Horowitz, Where Have All the Parties Gone?, Fraenkel and Grofman on the Alternative VoteCYet Again,@ Public Choice, Vol. 133, no. 1-2 (October 2007), pp.13-23 (2007).
  12. D.L. Horowitz, Approaches to Inter-ethnic Accommodation: A Comparative Perspective, in Abdul Rahman Embong, editor, Rethinking Ethnicity and Nation-Building: Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Fiji in Comparative Perspective (Kajang, Malaysia: Malaysian Social Science Association, 2007), pp. 20-37. (2007).
  13. Horowitz, DL, Constitutional courts: A primer for decision makers, Journal of Democracy, vol. 17 no. 4 (2006), pp. 125-137 [Gateway.cgi], [doi].
  14. Horowitz, DL, Strategy Takes a Holiday, Comparative Political Studies, vol. 39 no. 5 (June, 2006), pp. 652-662 [Gateway.cgi], [doi].
  15. D.L. Horowitz, Three Ways to Make a Constitution, in Chung-Ii Wu and Yu-Shan Wu, editors, Constitutional Reform: Background, Process and Impact (Taipei: Wunan Press, 2006), pp. 15-28 (in Chinese) (2006).
  16. D.L. Horowitz, Strategy Takes a Holiday, Fraenkel and Grofman on the Alternative Vote,@ Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 39, no. 5 (June 2006), pp. 652-62 (2006).
  17. D.L. Horowitz, Constitution-Making: A Process Filled With Constraint, Review of Constitutional Studies, Vol. 12, no. 1 (2006), pp. 1-17 (2006).
  18. D.L. Horowitz, Various articles, on legal institutions and on ethnic relations (2005) (New Republic, Commentary, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, Le Monde, the New Leader, Africa Update, Development Digest, Problèmes Politiques et Sociaux (Paris), and the Wall Street Journal.).
  19. Horowitz, DL, The Alternative Vote and Interethnic Moderation: A Reply to Fraenkel and Grofman, Public Choice, vol. 121 no. 3-4 (October, 2004), pp. 507-516 [doi].
  20. Horowitz, DL, Foreward: Compared to What?, Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law, vol. 13 (October, 2003), pp. 1-6.
  21. Horowitz, DL, Electoral systems: A primer for decision makers, Journal of Democracy, vol. 14 no. 4 (October, 2003), pp. 115-127 [Gateway.cgi], [doi].
  22. Horowitz, DL, The cracked foundations of the right to secede, Journal of Democracy, vol. 14 no. 2 (April, 2003), pp. 5-17 [Gateway.cgi], [doi].
  23. D.L. Horowitz, A Right to Secede?, Secession and Self-Determination, NOMOS, vol. 45 (2003), pp. 50-76.
  24. Horowitz, DL, The Research University: A State of Mind, Akademika no. 61 (July, 2002), pp. 129-134.
  25. Horowitz, DL, Explaining the Northern Ireland Agreement: The Sources of an Unlikely Constitutional Consensus, British Journal of Political Science (2001).
  26. Horowitz, DL, Constitutional Design: An Oxymoron?" NOMOS, Designing Democratic Institutions, vol. 42 (2000), pp. 253-284 (and Democratic Culture, Vol. 3 (2002), pp. 117-47.).
  27. Horowitz, DL, "Provisional Pessimism: A Repl to Van Parjis" NOMOS, Designing Democratic Institutions, vol. 42 (2000), pp. 321-328.
  28. D.L. Horowitz, The Constitutional Logic of State Disintegration, A Review of Robert M. Hayden, in Blueprints for a House Divided: The Constitutional Logic of the Yugoslav Conflict (1999), Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press (East European Constitutional Review, Vol. 9, no. 3 (Summer 2000), pp. 105-07.).
  29. Horowitz, DL, Self-Determination: Politics, Philosophy, and Law, NOMOS, Ethnicity and Group Rights, vol. 39 (1997), pp. 421-463 (reprinted in Margaret Moore, editor, National Self-Determination and Secession (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998).).
  30. HOROWITZ, DL, THE QURAN AND THE COMMON-LAW - ISLAMIC LAW REFORM AND THE THEORY OF LEGAL CHANGE, The American journal of comparative law, vol. 42 no. 3 (Spring and Summer 1994), pp. 543-580 [Gateway.cgi], [doi].
  31. HOROWITZ, DL, THE QURAN AND THE COMMON-LAW - ISLAMIC LAW REFORM AND THE THEORY OF LEGAL CHANGE, The American journal of comparative law, vol. 42 no. 2 (1994), pp. 233-293 [doi].
  32. Horowitz, DL, Democracy in Divided Societies, Journal of Democracy, vol. 4 no. 4 (October, 1993), pp. 18-38.
  33. Horowitz, DL, A Harvest of Hostility: Ethnic Conflict and Self-Determination After the Cold War, Defense Intelligence Journal, vol. 1 no. 2 (Fall, 1992), pp. 137-163.
  34. HOROWITZ, DL, SOUTH-AFRICA - DIARY OF TROUBLED TIMES - MATHIANE,N, New Republic, vol. 203 no. 22 (November, 1990), pp. 35-42 [Gateway.cgi].
  35. Horowitz, DL, Democracy, Presidential and Parliamentary, Journal of Democracy, vol. 1 no. 4 (Fall, 1990), pp. 73-79.
  36. Public Policy in Developing Countries: Policy Sciences, edited by Donald L. Horowitz, vol. 22 no. 3-4 (November, 1989).
  37. HOROWITZ, DL, IS THERE A THIRD-WORLD POLICY PROCESS, Policy Sciences, vol. 22 no. 3-4 (November, 1989), pp. 197-212 [Gateway.cgi], [doi].
  38. HOROWITZ, DL, CAUSE AND CONSEQUENCE IN PUBLIC-POLICY THEORY - ETHNIC POLICY AND SYSTEM TRANSFORMATION IN MALAYSIA, Policy Sciences, vol. 22 no. 3-4 (November, 1989), pp. 249-287 [Gateway.cgi], [doi].
  39. Horowitz, DL, Incentives and Behavior in the Ethnic Politics of Sri Lanka and Malaysia, Third World Quarterly, vol. 11 no. 4 (October, 1989), pp. 18-35.
  40. D.L. Horowitz, Immigration and Ethnicity in Europe and America, Revue Européenne des Migrations Internationales, vol. 5 no. 1 (2ène trimestre 1989), pp. 47-61.
  41. HOROWITZ, DL, RELATIVE MERITS - A PERSONAL VIEW OF THE BANDARANAIKE FAMILY OF SRI-LANKA - GOONERATNE,Y, New Republic, vol. 196 no. 8 (February, 1987), pp. 33-38 [Gateway.cgi].
  42. HOROWITZ, DL, IS THE PRESIDENCY FAILING, Public Interest, vol. 88 no. 88 (Summer, 1987), pp. 3-27 [Gateway.cgi].
  43. Federal Regulation of Work from Recruitment to Retirement, Law and Contemporary Problems, edited by Donald L. Horowitz, vol. 49 no. 2 (Spring, 1986).
  44. Horowitz, DL, Foreward: The Deprivation of Labor Relations Law, Law and Contemporary Problems, vol. 49 no. 4 (Autumn 1986), pp. 1-8 [Gateway.cgi].
  45. Horowitz, DL, Justification and Excuse in the Program of the Criminal Law, Law and Contemporary Problems, vol. 49 no. 3 (Summer, 1986), pp. 109-109, JSTOR [Gateway.cgi], [doi].
  46. HOROWITZ, DL, FEDERAL-REGULATION OF WORK FROM RECRUITMENT TO RETIREMENT - FOREWORD - THE DEPRIVATIZATION OF LABOR-RELATIONS LAW, Law and Contemporary Problems, vol. 49 no. 4 (1986), pp. 1-8 [Gateway.cgi].
  47. HOROWITZ, DL, HOW MAJORITY-RULE CAN WORK - AFTER APARTHEID, New Republic, vol. 193 no. 19 (1985), pp. 19-23 [Gateway.cgi].
  48. HOROWITZ, DL, DECREEING ORGANIZATIONAL-CHANGE - JUDICIAL SUPERVISION OF PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS, Duke Law Journal, vol. 1983 no. 6 (1983), pp. 1265-1307 [Gateway.cgi].
  49. Horowitz, DL, The Judiciary: Umpire or Empire?, Law and Human Behavior, vol. 6 no. 2 (September, 1982), pp. 129-143.
  50. HOROWITZ, DL, THE ETHNIC REVIVAL IN THE MODERN WORLD - SMITH,AD, Political Science Quarterly, vol. 97 no. 3 (1982), pp. 564-565 [Gateway.cgi], [doi].
  51. Horowitz, DL, Pattterns of Ethnic Separatism, Comparative Studies in Society and History, vol. 23 no. 2 (April, 1981), pp. 65-95.
  52. Horowitz, DL, About-Face in Africa: The Return to Civilian Rule Nigeria, Yale Review, vol. 68 no. 2 (December, 1978), pp. 192-206.
  53. Horowitz, DL, Civil-Military Relations in a Multiethnic Society: The Case of Sri Lanka (Ceylon), Asian Affairs, vol. 3 no. 1 (Fall, 1978), pp. 157-169.
  54. Horowitz, DL, Cultural Movements and Ethnic Change, The Annals, vol. 433 (September, 1977), pp. 6-16.
  55. Horowitz, DL, The Courts as Guardians of the Public Interest, Public Administration Review, vol. 37 no. 2 (March-April 1977), pp. 148-154.
  56. Horowitz, DL, Color Differentiation in the American Systems of Slavery, Journal of Interdisciplinary History, vol. 3 no. 3 (Winter, 1973), pp. 509-541.
  57. Horowitz, DL, Direct, Displaced, and Cumulative Ethnic Aggression, Comparative Politics, vol. 6 no. 1 (October, 1973), pp. 1-16.
  58. Horowitz, DL, Three Dimensions of Ethnic Politics, World Politics, vol. 23 no. 2 (January, 1971), pp. 232-244.

Papers Published

  1. D.L. Horowitz, Constitutional Design, Ethnicity, and Democracy, three lectures published in English and Chinese by National Taiwan University, 2008. (2008).
  2. D.L. Horowitz, The Worldwide Resurgence of Ethnicity, U.S. International Communication Agency Emerging Issues series no. 78-F-125 (June, 1978).

Papers Accepted

  1. D.L. Horowitz, Kosovo's Many Explosive Tons of Cure (September 1999).
  2. D.L. Horowitz, Territorial Aspects of Ethnicity: Secession and the Right of Self-Determination (November, 1992) (published in Romanian and in Russian: Bucharest and Moscow, 1993..).
  3. D.L. Horowitz, Research on Ethnicity (August, 1991), a Report of a Meeting at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
  4. D.L. Horowitz, Ethnicity and Development: Policies to Deal With Ethnic Conflict in Developing Countries (March, 1981), a Report to the Agency for International Development.
  5. D.L. Horowitz, Policies to Reduce Ethnic Tensions in South and Southeast Asia (June, 1980), a Report to the Ford Foundation.
  6. D.L. Horowitz, Policies to Reduce Ethnic Tensions in Three African Countries (February, 1980), a Report to the Ford Foundation.
  7. D.L. Horowitz, Area Specialization and the Problems of Cross-Areal Research and Teaching: Preliminary Relfections (March, 1979).
  8. D.L. Horowitz, Ethnic Conflict: Focusing the Research Program (December, 1978), a Report to the Ford Foundation.
  9. D.L. Horowitz, Ethnic Conflict: Designing a Research Program (August, 1978), a Report of the Ford Foundation.
  10. D.L. Horowitz, Achieving Minorities and Ethnic Conflict (July, 1977), a Report to the Ford Foundation.
  11. D.L. Horowitz, Ethnic Secession and the 'Bigness Bias': A Dissent (January, 1972), Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

Papers In Preparation

  1. D.L. Horowitz, Constitutional Design: Many Architects, No Buildings (book manuscript in progress) (supported by the United States Institute of Peace, the Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation, and the Carnegie Corporation.).
  2. D.L. Horowitz, "Constitutional Design: Many Architects, No Buildings" (in preparation) (supported by the United States Institute of Peace and the Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation..).

Book Reviews

  1. D.L. Horowitz, Book Review of Athena Leoussi, ed., Nations and Nationalism, vol. 8 no. 3 (July, 2002), pp. 397-98.
  2. D.L. Horowitz, Book Review of Athena Leoussi, ed., in Encyclopedia of Nationalism (2001), New Brunswick: Transaction.

Other

  1. D.L. Horowitz, Some Realism About Peacemaking, in Facing Ethnic Conflicts: Perspectives from Research and Policy-Making, edited by Andreas Wimmer (2002).

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