Dr. Irini Kutoroff

Dr. Irini K. Kutoroff is an Adjunct Professor of History and Political Science at Fairleigh-Dickinson University  (FDU). She earned her Ph.D. in International Relations from the University of Arizona, a M.A. in International Political Economy from the University of South Florida, and three B.A.’s: Political Science, History, and English. Her research interests include international law and the causes of war, culminating in the publication of IGOs,Polarity, and the Onset of War: A Multivariate Analysis (1995);  the European Union, Latin America, IPE, and Intellectual History.

She  presently teaches a Senior Research Seminar, U.S.  Constitutional History, and Intellectual History to juniors, seniors, and graduate students. Her teaching abilities have earned her The Excellence in Teaching Award (2008), as well  a Nomination for Professor of the Semester (2002).  Dr. Kutoroff is a  past president of the  NPSA  Women’s  Caucus, and  has chaired and  presented  a number of academic papers at the ISA, NPSA, SPSA, and WPSA.

Dr. Kutoroff has been  involved in the Cherry Hill, N.J. School District. She has co-chaired the Budget Committee, helped spearhead a multimillion dollar school renovation program; spoken to various constituents about educational programs; and has successfully run an election campaign to elect a candidate to the Board of Education. She participates in community events and  encourages young people to vote.