Course Syllabi

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  • Stephane Baele, “Contemporary Theories of World Politics” (.pdf)
  • Felix Berenskoetter,”Identity in International Relations” (.pdf)
  • Felix Berenskoetter,”Power in World Politics” (.pdf)
  • Benjamin de Carvalho  and Halvard Leira, “International Relations Theory” (.pdf)
  • Inanna Hamati-Ataya, “Dissident Perspectives on World Politics” 2012-2013 (.pdf) and 2013-2014 (.pdf)
  • Inanna Hamati-Ataya, “Knowledge and Power” (.pdf)
  • Kimberly Hutchings and Peter Wilson, “International Political Theory” (.pdf)
  • Patrick Thaddeus Jackson, “Theories of International Politics” (.pdf)
  • Terilyn Johnston Huntington, “Political Thought” (.pdf)
  • Elizabeth Kier, “Advanced IR Theory” (.pdf)
  • Ronald R. Krebs, “Theories of International Relations” (.pdf)
  • George Lawson, “Theories of International Relations” (2011-2012 .doc; 2012-2013 .pdf)
  • Ned Lebow, “International Relations Theory” (.doc)
  • Ronnie Lipschutz, “Critical Interventions in IR Theory and Global Political Economy” (.pdf)
  • Andrew Neal, “Theories of International Relations” (.pdf)
  • Dan Nexon, “Interstellar Relations” (.pdf)
  • Dan Nexon, “Theories and Approaches” (.pdf)
  • Ingo Peters and Wiebke Wemheuer-Vogelaar, “Locating the ‘I’ in IR Theory: Non-Western Contributions to International Relations” (.pdf)
  • Brian Rathbun, “International Relations Theory” (.pdf)
  • Chris Reus-Smit, “International Relations Theory” (.pdf)
  • Maria Rost Rublee, “Critical Issues in International Security” (.pdf)
  • Jill Steans and Marco Vieira, “International Relations Theory” (.pdf)
  • Halit Mustafa Tagma, “International Relations Theory” (.pdf)
  • Ann Tickner, “Advanced International Relations Theory” (.pdf)
  • RBJ Walker, “Cultural, Social and Political Thought” (.pdf)
  • RBJ Walker, “Boundaries, Borders, Limits” (.pdf)
  • Antje Weiner, “Global Constitutionalism” (.docx)
  • Antje Weiner, “Norms Research in International Relations (.docx)