Gilbert Rozman is an Associate Faculty member in the East Asian Studies department. Rozman, Musgrave Professor of Sociology, specializes in Northeast Asian societies: China, Japan, Korea, and Russia. He has compared them, most recently concentrating on national identities. In addition, Rozman works on sociological factors in international relations, emphasizing mutual perceptions and barriers to regionalism. His recent books include: Chinese Strategic Thought toward Asia, U.S. Leadership, History and Bilateral Relations in Northeast Asia, Northeast Asia’s Stunted Regionalism: Bilateral Distrust in the Shadow of Globalization and East Asian National Identities: Common Roots and Chinese Exceptionalism (to be released March 2012).
1. Chinese Strategic Thought toward Asia (Strategic Thought in Northeast Asia)
2. Northeast Asia's Stunted Regionalism: Bilateral Distrust in the Shadow of Globalization
3. Japan and Russia: The Tortuous Path to Normalization, 1949-1999