Howard Adelman recently completed a three-year term as Research Professor at the Key Centre for Ethics, Law, Justice and Governance at Griffith University in Brisbane after a two-year term as a Research Fellow and then a Visiting Professor at Princeton University. Howard Adelman was previously a Professor of Philosophy at York University in Toronto from 1966-2003 where he founded and served as first Director of the Centre for Refugee Studies and Editor of Refuge until the end of 1993. He has written or co-authored six books and edited or co-edited 19 others. He has authored 79 chapters in edited volumes, 96 articles in refereed journals, and 30 professional reports.
In addition to his numerous writings on refugees, he has written articles, chapters and books on the Middle East, multiculturalism, humanitarian intervention, membership rights, ethics, early warning and conflict management. His current book underway is tentatively called Goldstone and Gaza: Human Rights and Just War Ethics.