Dr Nicholas Kitchen
I joined Surrey in 2018 from the London School of Economics, where I had been Assistant Professorial Research Fellow in the United States Centre, Executive Director of the LSE Diplomacy Commission, and Head of Analysis at LSE IDEAS.
I am a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, a Visiting Fellow at LSE IDEAS, and Treasurer and Acting Convenor of the US Foreign Policy Working Group of the British International Studies Association.
University roles and responsibilities
- Director of Undergraduate Programmes
- Director of Research (External Funding and Impact)
Postgraduate research supervision
I welcome supervision enquiries from potential PhD students in the following areas:
- US Foreign Policy
- International Relations Theory
- Neoclassical Realism
- Strategy and Security
- International Intervention
- Great Powers and International Order
I teach undergraduate modules in Contemporary International History, International Security, and American Foreign Policy; and postgraduate modules in International Intervention, and Post Conflict Processes.
Courses I teach on
Kitchen, Nicholas et. al. (2020). 'Forum: Rethinking Neoclassical Realism', International Studies Review.