Robert Bruce Ware

Robert Bruce Ware is Professor of Philosophy at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Ware earned a AB in political science from UC Berkeley an MA in philosophy from UC San Diego.[1], and a D.Phil from Oxford University. Since completing his doctorate at Oxford University in 1995, Ware has conducted extensive field research in North Caucasus and has published extensively on politics, ethnography, and religion of the region in scholarly journals and in the popular media.[2] He has been cited as a leading specialist on Dagestan.[3][4] His current research is in the philosophy of mathematics and physics.

Selected publications

Books

  • Hegel: The Logic of Self-consciousness and the Legacy of Subjective Freedom (Edinburgh University Press, 1999)[5]
  • Dagestan: Russian Hegemony and Islamic Resistance in the North Caucasus (with Enver Kisriev, M. E. Sharpe, 2010)[6]
  • The Fire Below: How the Caucasus Shaped Russia (edited, Bloomsbury, 2013)[7]

Articles

  • Chechenization: Ironies and Intricacies [8]

References

  1. ^ "Biography of Robert Bruce Ware". www.siue.edu. Retrieved 2017-11-28.
  2. ^ Richard Sakwa, ed. (2005). Chechnya: From Past to Future. Anthem Press. p. xv. ISBN 978-1-84331-164-5.
  3. ^ Matthew Evangelista (2002). The Chechen wars: will Russia go the way of the Soviet Union?. Brookings Institution Press. p. 78. ISBN 978-0-8157-2498-8.
  4. ^ King, Charles (2003). "Crisis in the Caucasus: A New Look at Russia's Chechen Impasse". Foreign Affairs. 82 (2): 134–138.
  5. ^ Bird-Pollan, Stefan (2004). "Robert Bruce Ware, Hegel: The Logic of Self-Consciousness and the Legacy of Subjective Freedom". Hegel Bulletin. 25 (1–2): 169–173.
    Bristow, William (2001). "Reviewed Work: Hegel: The Logic of Self-Consciousness and the Legacy of Subjective Freedom by Robert Bruce Ware". Mind. 110 (437): 281–284. JSTOR 2659868.
  6. ^ Stadelbauer, Jörg (2012). "Dagestan: Russian Hegemony and Islamic Resistance in the North Caucasus". Mountain Research and Development. 32 (3): 382. doi:10.1659/mrd.mm105.
    Tchantouridzé, Lasha (2011). "Reviewed Work: Dagestan: Russian Hegemony and Islamic Resistance in the North Caucasus by Robert Bruce Ware, Enver Kisriev". Canadian Slavonic Papers / Revue Canadienne des Slavistes. 53 (2/4): 638–640. JSTOR 41708401.
    Zabyelina, Yuliya (2012). "Dagestan: Russian Hegemony and Islamic Resistance in the North Caucasus by Robert Bruce Ware and Enver F. Kisriev". Political Studies Review. 10 (1): 154. doi:10.1111/j.1478-9302.2011.00255_12.x.
    Graney, Kate (2012). "Dagestan: Russian Hegemony and Islamic Resistance in the North Caucasus by Robert Bruce Ware and Enver F. Kisriev". Politics and Religion. 5 (1): 210–212. doi:10.1017/S1755048311000800.
  7. ^ Mourato Pinto, João (2015). "The Fire Below: How the Caucasus Shaped Russia". Europe-Asia Studies. 67 (4): 681–682. doi:10.1080/09668136.2015.1033194.
    Sahni, Kalpana (2014). "The Fire Below: How the Caucasus Shaped Russia". Central Asian Survey. 33 (4): 571–572. doi:10.1080/02634937.2014.920164.
    Slider, D. (2014). "The Fire Below: How the Caucasus Shaped Russia". The Slavonic and East European Review. 92 (4): 788–791. doi:10.5699/slaveasteurorev2.92.4.0788.
  8. ^ Ware, RB (2009). "Chechenization: Ironies and Intricacies" (PDF). Brown Journal of World Affairs. XV (II): 157–169. Retrieved 8 November 2017.

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