Aaron M. Hoffman is Associate Professor of Political Science at Purdue University, where he specializes in international politics. His research focuses on bargaining and communication in matters of international security. Specific projects include work on terrorism and the mass media, public support for US military operations, and trust in interstate conflict. For more information, see his curriculum vitae and publications.
2. Hoffman, Aaron M., Crystal Shelton, and Erik Cleven. Forthcoming. "Press freedom, publicity, and the cross-national incidence of transnational terrorism." Political Research Quarterly.
1. Hoffman, Aaron M., Christopher R. Agnew, Laura Vanderdrift, and Robert Kulzick. Forthcoming. "Norms, Diplomacy, and the Social Psychology of War Support." Journal of Conflict Resolution.