Research interests: Comparative Political Economy, European Integration Theory, International Relations, Security Communities
Contact Valerie D'Erman
Office Hours: By appointment
Office: SSM A334
Valerie D'Erman is a sessional instructor at the University of Victoria in the Department of Political Science. She has taught courses in European Integration, International Relations, Introduction to American Federal Government, and Comparative Politics and Goverments of Europe, both at UVic, and at the University of Oklahoma.
Valerie's research interests include comparative political economy, European Integration Theory, International Relations, and Security Communities. She has published in International Politics, the Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, and contributed to a co-authored book titled Protecting Our Ports: Domestic and International Politics of Containerized Freight Security, in 2010 with Ashgate Press. She completed her dissertation, "A Third Way of Productivity? The Europeanization of Industrial Relations in Ireland and Italy," in 2012.
- Grillot, Suzette R. and Rebecca J. Cruise, with Valerie D'Erman (2010). Protecting Our Ports: Domestic and International Politics of Containerized
Freight Security. Surrey, UK: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.
- Grillot, Suzette R., Rebecca J. Cruise and Valerie D'Erman (2010). "Developing Security Community in the Western Balkans: The role of the EU
and NATO." International Politics, 47(1): 62-90.
- Grillot, Suzette R., Rebecca J. Cruise and Valerie D'Erman (2009). "National and Global Efforts to Enhance Containerized Freight Security."
Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, 6(1): Article 51.