Post Tagged with: "Global politics"

Spring 2018 | Political Science Announces New Course in Global Humanitarianism

Jonathan Agensky

The Political Science Department announces a new course called Critical Studies in Global Humanitarianism for Spring 2018. POLS 4640/5640: Critical Studies in Global Humanitarianism Description: This course draws upon a variety of interdisciplinary materials that examine humanitarianism as an expression of global civil society, a mechanism of global governance, and […]

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November 6, 2017 at 12:12 pmAnnouncements News

Spring 2018 | Political Science Announces 2 New Courses in Global Politics

Dr. Brandon Kendhammer

The Political Science Department announces two new courses for Spring 2018. POLS 4415/5415: Religion and Global Politics Description: This course examines the impact of religious values, beliefs, and organized faith groups on global politics. It considers how religious laypeople and leaders impact political processes in domestic politics and international relations, as […]

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October 12, 2017 at 7:27 pmNews

Ross Publishes Article on Realism, Emotion, and Dynamic Allegiances in Global Politics

Ross Publishes Article on Realism, Emotion, and Dynamic Allegiances in Global Politics

Dr. Andrew Ross, Assistant Professor of Political Science, published an article on “Realism, Emotion, and Dynamic Allegiances in Global Politics” in International Theory5, no. 2 (2013): 273-99. Abstract: This article appeals to classical realism for new insights into the role emotions play in shifting the terrain of political allegiance in […]

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March 3, 2014 at 8:30 amResearch