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Bryce W. Reeder is an Assistant Professor of Political Science in the Truman School of Government and Public Affairs. He holds a Ph.D. and M.A. from the University of Illinois, and a B.A. from Boise State University. His research centers on political violence, conflict management, and the consequences of wars for civilian populations.
- Introduction to International Relations
- The Politics of International Law
- Peacekeeping and Intervention
- Genocide, Terrorism, and Civil War
- Environmental Conflict and Security
- International Relations (PhD Seminar)
- Conflict Management and Peacekeeping (PhD Seminar)
- Theories of Civil War (PhD Seminar)
- From Paper to Publication (PhD Seminar)
- Peacekeeping and Humanitarian Intervention (MA Class)
- Understanding Civil War (MA Class)
- "Rebel Resource Efficiency and the Escalation of Civil Conflict" Journal of Global Security Studies, 2023. (with Dongjin Kwak, John Smith, and Michael Wales)
- "All Peacekeeping is Local: Measuring Subnational Variation in Peacekeeping Effectiveness" International Studies Quarterly, 2022. (with Edward Goldring and Michael Hendricks)
- "Environmental Justice Organizations and the Diffusion of Conflicts over Mining in Latin America" World Development, 2022. (with Moises Arce and Adrian Siefkas)
- "Transforming Zones of Exclusion to Zones of Inclusion? Local-Level UN Peacekeeping Deployments and Educational Attainment" International Studies Quarterly, 2021. (with Marc Polizzi)
- “Willingness to Protest over Resource Extraction in Latin America” Extractive Industries and Society, 2020. (with Moises Arce and Marc Polizzi)
- "US Strikes in Somalia and Targeted Civilian Killings by Al-Shabaab: An Empirical Investigation" Foreign Policy Analysis, 2019. (with John Smith)
- "The Political Geography of Rebellion: Using Event Data to Identify Insurgent Territory, Preferences, and Relocation Patterns" International Studies Quarterly, 2018.
- "The Spatial Concentration of Peacekeeping Personnel and Public Health During Intrastate Conflicts" International Peacekeeping, 2018.
- "Fighting Your Friends? A study of intra-party violence in sub-Saharan Africa" Democratization, 2018. (with Merete Bech Seeberg)
- “Rebel Behavior in the Context of Interstate Competition: Exploring Day-to-
Day Patterns of Political Violence in Africa” International Interactions, 2015.
- "Hot Spot Peacekeeping" International Studies Review, 2015. (with Matthew Powers and Ashly Adam Townsen)
- "Civil War and the Severity of Militarized Interstate Disputes" Research and Politics, 2014.
- "Political Violence, Interstate Rivalry, and the Diffusion of Public Health Crises" Social Science Quarterly, 2014. (with Matthew Reeder)
- "Where Do Peacekeepers Go When They Go? Explaining the Spatial Heterogeneity of Peacekeeping Deployments" Journal of International Peacekeeping, 2014. (with Ashly Adam Townsen)
- "International Conflict Data Collection: Where have we been and where are we going?" Curated collection for Conflict Management and Peace Science, 2017.
- "Dangerous Times? The International Politics of Great Power Peace (book review)" Journal of Slavic Military Studies 24 (4): 709-711, 2011.
- The Rebel Groups in Geographic Space Dataset
- Local Estimates of United Nations Peacekeeping Effectiveness