Andrew Bertoli

U.S. Foreign Policy and International Security Fellow

Andrew Bertoli’s research focuses on nationalism and conflict. He is currently writing a book called Nationalism in the Digital Age, which investigates how the digital revolution has reshaped the way that people experience nationalism. He also wrote an International Studies Quarterly article that tests how nationalism affects state aggression by looking at exogenous surges of nationalism created by international sporting events. His other research projects examine how partisan politics affect foreign policy, what types of leaders are the most likely to start wars, and how misinformation shapes public attitudes toward militarism in America. Prior to coming to Dartmouth, Andrew received his Ph.D. from UC Berkeley, where he taught courses on American foreign policy and research methods in his final years. He was also a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Southern California’s Center for International Studies during the 2016-2017 academic year. 

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Education: 
B.A. University of Notre Dame
M.A. UC Berkeley
Ph.D. UC Berkeley
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