Universities that use my work

These are some of the university courses that use books and articles I have written on their reading lists. The collection is not complete but includes only reading lists discoverable by Google.

Identity, Interest and Action 

  1. 4SSW1007: History of the International System,” King’s College London. Fall 2017.
  2. Oliver Turner and Nicola Perugini, “International Relations Theory,” School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh, fall 2016.
  3. Peter Haldén, “The Use of Force,” Försvarshögskolan, Stockholm, Sweden. Fall 2015 – Fall 2018.
  4. Felix Berenskoetter, “Identity in International Politics,” Fall 2013, SOAS, Dept of Politics and International Studies, University of London.
  5. Jack S. Levy, “Political Science 522: Theories of War and Peace,” Dept of Political Science, Rutgers University, USA.
  6. Paul Kowert, “INR 5315: International Relations, Foreign Policy Analysis.” Florida International University, USA.
  7. Jeffrey Alexander, “Introduction to Cultural Sociology,” Dept of Sociology, Yale University, New Haven, USA.
  8. Jeffrey Alexander, “Introduction to Cultural Sociology,” Dept of Sociology, UCLA, Los Angeles, USA.
  9. Aliaksei Kazharski, “IESIR: Russian Politics,” Institute of European Studies and International Relations, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia.
  10. Vincent Pouliot, “POLI 575: Honours Seminar in International Relations, Culture and Identity in World Politics, Dept of Political Science, McGill University, Canada.
  11. Hsiao, “Narrative and the Analysis of Identity.” Taiwan National University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  12. Justin Massie, “API 5505: Concepts et enjeux en affaires internationales,” Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Ottawa, Canada.
  13. Alison Rowlands, “HR259: The Thirty Years War: A Military, Social and Cultural History,” Dept of History, University of Essex, United Kingdom.
  14. Amalendu Misra, “The Nature of Ethnicity and Ethnic Conflict,” School of Politics and International Studies, Queen’s University, Belfast, United Kingdom.
  15. Marie Demker, Dept of Political Science, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
  16. Alexander Astrov, “IRES 5186: Evolution of European Political Order,” Dept of International Relations and European Studies, Central European University, Hungary.
  17. Patrick Thaddeus Jackson, “SIS680.AO1:’Qualitative Research Methodologies,” School of International Studies, American University, USA.
  18. Berthold Rittberger, “Internationalen Beziehungen,” Geschwister-Scholl-Institut, Ludwig-Maximilians Universität, Germany.
  19. FHSS1103: Magisterkurs i statsvetenskap med inriktning krishantering och internationell samverkan,” Dept of Political Science, Swedish Defense University, Sweden.
  20. Aliaksei Kazharski, “Russian Politics,” Pristina International Summer University 2013.
  21. Robert Blackey, “Absolutism and Enlightenment,” California State University, San Bernardino, USA.
  22. Xavier Guillaume, “PGSP11156: International Relations Theory,” School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh, UK.

Why Europe Was First

  1. Deirdre McCloskey, “Ideologies, Ideas, and Values during the Industrial Revolution,” Summer School, Dept of Economic History, University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
  2. Deirdre McCloskey, “History 480: How the West and the Rest Grew Rich,” Dept of History, University of Illinois, USA.
  3. Erik Vanhaute, “Economic History: The Great Divergence,” Dept of History, Ghent University, Belgium.

Surviving Capitalism

  1. Fred Block, “Sociology 138,” Dept of Sociology, University of California, Davis, USA.
  2. Kalypso Nicolaidis, “International Political Economy,” Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford, United Kingdom.
  3. David Hall-Matthews, “PIED2220: NorthSouth Linkages,” 2010/11. Dept of Politics and International Studies, University of Leeds, United Kingdom.
  4. Seok-Choon Lew, “Cultural Sociology of Economic Development.” Dept of Sociology, Yonsei University, South Korea.
  5. Alan Hutton, “ECOE431: Political Economy of Economic Performance,” Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom.
  6. “Economic Sociology,” Dept of Hakka Studies, National Chiaotung University, Taiwan.
  7. Brian Trinque, ECO327: Comparative Economics Systems,” Dept of Economics, University of Texas, Austin, USA.
  8. David Blaney, “320: Global Political Economy: Capitalism and Global Inequalities,” Dept of Political Science, Macalester University, USA.

A Blogger’s Manifesto

  1. Timothy Patrick McCarthy, “MLD-717B – ARTS OF COMMUNICATION,” in Harvard Kennedy School of Government (Harvard University, Cambridge, USA, 2010)
  2. Nolan A. Bowie, “PPP180: Vision and Information Policy: Considering the Public Interests,” John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, USA.
  3. Virtual Sociability: Purdue Online Interaction Theory Seminar,” Perdue University, USA. 
  4. English 1A: Composition, Critical Reading, and Thinking, Foothill De-Anza Community College, United States.
  5. David J. Vergobbi, COMM5320: Freedom of Expression, Dept of Communication, University of Utah, USA.
  6. 4JN503: Reporting Reality,” Dept of Journalism, University of Derby, United Kingdom.
  7. Valentina Cardo, FTVMS Special topic: Online Media and Democracy, 2013. Faculty of Arts, Department of Film, Television and Media Studies, University of Auckland, New Zealand.

“The ‘spirit of 1914’: A redefinition and a defence”

  1. Stephan Petzold, “GERM1060, Introduction to Modern Germany,” Leeds University, autumn 2017.
  2. Stephan Petzold, “From Unification to Reunification: Introduction to German History 1870-1990,” Leeds University, autumn 2017.
  3. Colin Storer, “HI290:History of Germany, from 1890 to today ,” Dept of History, University of Warwick, Autumn 2017.

“How the World Stage Makes Its Subjects”

  1. Elisabetta Brighi, 1ISP7C3 Theories of International Security, Autumn, 2015, University of Westminster, London.

“The Search for Dialogue as a Hindrance to Understanding”

  1. Hans-Martin Jaeger, “PSCI 5207 F International Political Sociology,” Carleton University, Canada.
  2. Vincent Pouliot, “POLI671: International Relations Theory,” McGill, Canada. Fall 2015.
  3. Ayse Zarakol and Philippe Bourbeau, “MPhil Option in IR Theory,” Cambridge U, United Kingdom, Fall 2015.
  4. Emanuel Adler, “POL486/2205HI: Advanced Theory Workshop on Change in International Relations,” Dept of Political Science, University of Toronto, Canada.

“Alexander Wendt: A Social Scientist Struggling with History”

  1. Andrew Neal and Vassilios Paipais, “IPGSP11156: International Relations Theory,” Dept of Politics, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
  2. Mark Aspinwall, International Cooperation in Europe and Beyond,” University of Edinburgh.
  3. Victoria Loughland and Wilifiried Swenden, “Approached to Politics and International RElations,” School of Social and Political Science, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
  4. Trine Flockhart, “3007IBA International Relations Theory,” Dept of Politics, Griffith University, Australia.
  5. Marshall Beier, “4M106: Issues in International Politics,” Dept of Politics, McMaster’s University, Canada.                 “The International Politics of Recognition”
  6. Jack S. Levy, “Political Science 522: Theories of War and Peace,” Dept of Political Science, Rutgers University, USA.
  7. Felix Berenskoetter, “Identity in International Politics,” Fall 2013, SOAS, Dept of Politics and International Studies, University of London.
  8. Erika Simpson, “International Relations 9511A-001,” Dept of Political Science, University of Western Ontario, Canada.

“Free Trade by Force”

  1. Jozef Bátora, “EU Foreign Policy,” Institute for European Studies and Internaional Relations, FSES, Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia.
  2. Jozef Batora, “Diplomatic history,” Webster University, Vienna.

“Liberal Barbarism and the Oriental Sublime,”

  1. Catherine Goetze, “AS4001: Current Debates in World Politics,” Dept of Politics, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom.

“On the Ontological Status of the State”

  1. Felix Berenskoetter, “Identity in International Politics,” Fall 2013, SOAS, Dept of Politics and International Studies, University of London.
  2. Patrick Thaddeus Jackson, Theories of International Politics , SIS, American University, Washington DC, United States.
  3. Desmarais, POL 6100A: Analysis of International Politics, Dept of Political Science, University of Ottawa, Canada.
  4. Jonathan Hopkin, “Introduction to Political Science,” Dept of Government, London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom.
  5. 7SSWM158: Concepts and methods in international relations, Dept of Political Science, King’s College, London, United Kingdom.
  6. Mathew Watson, POLS 312D, Contemporary International Political Economy, Dept of Political Science, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom.
  7. Nicholas Lees, PP2065, International Relations, Brunel University, 2016.
  8. Kevin McMillan, “POL6100A: Analysis of International Politics,” Dept of Political Science, University of Ottawa, Canada.

“Performing International Systems”

  1. Youngmi Kim, “Korea in International Relations” (American University of Central Asia, Bishkek, 2016).
  2. Jacinta O’Hagan, “The Evolution of the International System,” Australian National University, Fall 2015.
  3. Kevin McMillan, “POL 6100A: Analysis of International Politics,” Fall 2013, University of Ottawa, Canada.
  4. Devon Curtis, “PPS TRIPOS: Pol 7 Conflict and Peacebuilding,” University of Cambridge, UK.
  5. POLI0052: East Asia IR,” Dept of Political Science, Hong Kong University, Hong Kong.
  6. Ronald Krebs, “Advanced IR Theory,” Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.
  7. Sangbae Kim, “Postmodern International Studies,” Dept of International Relations, Seoul National University, Korea.
  8. Chen Xin, “International Relations Theory,” Political Economy Research Institute, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan.
  9. Emanuel Adler & Seva Gunitsky, “Pol 2200YIY, International Politics,” University of Toronto, 2013-2014.
  10. Youngmi Kim, “East Asia in International Relations,” Dept of International Relations and European Studies, Central European University, fall 2012.
  11. Gregory P. Williams, “International Law and Organizations,” University of Northern Colorado, fall 2013.
  12. Robert Jervis, “Theories of International Relations,” Columbia University, fall 2012.
  13. Mate Nikola Tokic, “Foundations of the Contemporary International System, 1815-1920,” Dept of International Relations, Central European University, Hungary.
  14. PO384: East Asian Transformations: A Political Economy Perspective,” Dept of Political Science, University of Warwick, UK.

“The Recognition Game”

  1. Chris Alden, “IR202, Foreign Policy Analysis,” Dept of International Relations, LSE, Fall 2015/16.
  2. Felix Berenskoetter, “Identity in International Politics,” Fall 2013, SOAS, Dept of Politics and International Studies, University of London.
  3. Fabio Petito & Stefanie Ortmann, “G915M1: Geopolitics and Grand Strategy,” School of Global Studies,” Dept of International Relations, University of Sussex, United Kingdom.
  4. Josef Batora, “Theories of International Relations,” Comenius University, Bratislava.
  5. Vincent Pouliot, “POLI 575: Honours Seminar in International Relations, Culture and Identity in World Politics, Dept of Political Science, McGill University, Canada.
  6. Sergey Verigin, “Crucial Issues of Russian Political History,” Petrozavodsk State University, Russia.
  7. Dept of East-European Studies, University of Uppsala, Sweden.
  8. Matthew Krain, “PSCI 400: Tutorial on Diplomacy and Conflict Management,” Dept of Political Science, College of Wooster, USA.
  9. Ole Jacob Sending, “Global Environmental Governance.” Thor Heyerdahl Summer School, Norwegian University of Life Science, Norway.
  10. Defne Günay, INRL454 IDENTITY AND POLITICS, Yaşar Üniversitesi,Yaşar University, Izmir, Turkey.
  11. Marina Duque, “PS3910: Identity Politics,” Dept of Political Science, Ohio State University, USA.
  12. Marina Polugodina, “Economic History of Central-Eastern Europe,” Dept of Economics, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany.

“The Relevance of International Law”

  1. M. Rafiqul Islam, “International Law,” MacQuarie Law School, MacQuarie University, Australia.
  2. Felix Berenskoetter, “Identity in International Politics,” Fall 2013, SOAS, Dept of Politics and International Studies, University of London.

“Empowerment Among Nations”

  1. Joseph Nye, “Power in the 21st Century,” John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, USA.
  2. Mai’a K. Davis Cross, “HPUBD522: Hard Power, Soft Power and Smart Power,” Dept of Political Science, University of Southern California, USA.

“Audience for a Giraffe”

  1. Xin Chen, “East Asia in World History, 1500-present,” Dept of History and Classics, U of Alberta, Canada. Fall 2015.
  2. Veronika Miťková, “International Economics,” Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia.
  3. Erika Edwards, “LBST 2101-005: Global and Intercultural Connections, Africana Studies, University of North Carolina, USA.
  4. Elizabeth Brake, Fahad Bishara, Risha Druckman, Robert Penner, “Globalization: A Hitchhikers Guide to World Capitalism,” Dept of History, Duke University, USA.
  5. Whitney Walton, “HIST40602: Rebels and Romantics: Europe 1815-1870,“ Dept of History, Purdue University, USA.
  6. Richard Abels, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland. HH215P, Western Civilization in a Global Context, to 1750: Ethics, Society & Culture, Spring 2007.
  7. Richard Abels, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland. HH215 The West in the Premodern World, Spring AY2017.
  8. Michael Seth, “453: World History,” Dept of History, James Madison University, USA.
  9. Dr. Foray, “History 413: Europe in the Age of Empires,” Dept of History, Perdue University, USA.
  10. HIST 125, Dept of History, Arkansas Pine Bluff University, USA.
  11. SAST063, SAST006, SAST008: History of SouthEast Asia, University of Pennsylvania, USA.
  12. Monique O’Connell, “HST 106, Medieval World Civilizations,” Wake Forest University.
  13. Elizabeth Onasch, “SOC324: Global Capitalism,” Dept of Sociology, Northwestern University, USA.

“Nationalism: The Idiocy of Intimacy”

  1. Eric Gordy, “SSEESGS60: Empires, Nationalism and Communism: States and Societies of Southeast Europe,” School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London, United Kingdom.
  2. PS390, “Multiethnic States,” Sarajevo School of Science and Technology, Bosnia, 2008-2014.
  3. Eric Wood, “Introduction to Nationalism, Ethnicity and Religious Conflict” Birkbeck, U of London, 2012-13.

“Inter-textual Relations”

  1. Federico Merke, “Sistemática de las Relaciones Internacionales,” Dept of International Relations, Universidad del Salvador, Argentina.
  2. University of Louisville, USA, Fall 2015.
  3. Markus Fraundorfer, “Narratives in International Relations,” Institute of International Relations, University of Sao Paolo, Brazil.

“The Institutionalization of Modernity”

  1. German and Swedish 20th Century History in a Comparative Perspective,” Department of History, Uppsala University, Sweden.

“Terrorism, Francis Lieber and the American Way of War”

  1. Rosemary Anway, Terrorism, Hodges University, United States.

“Territory and Identity Crises”

  1. Ben-Gurion University, “Ethno-nationalism in Post-Soviet Societies,” Jerusalem, Israel.

“The International Politics of Recognition”

  1. PS3249: Singapore’s Foreign Policy,” National University of Singapore, Singapore.
  2. Claudius Wagemann, “Ringvorlesung Theorieparadigmen der Politikwissenschaft,” Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt, Germany.

“Modernity, Boredom and War”

  1. Oded Lowenheim, “Science Fiction and International Politics,” Dept of Political Science, Hebrew University, Israel.
  2. Oded Lowenheim, “Honors Seminar: New Topics in IR Research,” Dept of Political Science, Hebrew University, Israel.

“Reimagining Sweden: The Rhetorical Battle over EU Membership”

  1. SAS H64: Swedish History from a Nordic Perspective,” Dept of History, Lund University.
  2. Ragnar Björk & Heiko Droste, “Historia C,” Historiska institutionen, Södertörns Högskola.
  3. University of Wisconsin.
  4. Telhami, “POS 202: Foreign Policy Analysis,” Dept of Political Science, American University in Bulgaria, Sofia, Bulgaria.