Samuels, Norman

Norman Samuels returned to the faculty after serving for three decades in senior University administrative roles. His research interests are in the fields of terrorism and counter-terrorism, security and intelligence studies, and the intersection of international terrorism and crime, and in particular, the interface among these topics and the American system of government. He teaches courses and advises graduate students in these areas. He is University Professor and Provost Emeritus.

Curriculum Vitae and List of Publications

Faculty Type: 
School of Criminal Justice
English, French
United States, Europe
Provost Emeritus, University Professor
Ph.D., Duke University
(973) 353-3287
Office Location: 
Center for Law and Justice, Room 541
Areas of Specialization: 
terrorism, counter-terrorism and United States security studies

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