Critical IR Theory, Social Movements, International Political Economy, Research Design, State Terror, Marxism
British Empire, India, Brazil, Thucydides and IR Theory, Marxist Theory of Imperialism, Comparative Racial Formations, U.S. Foreign Policy, Philosophy of Social Science
INT 150 – Global Connections
INT 200 – Introduction to Macroeconomics in an International Context
INT 202 – International Conflict and Cooperation
INT 203 – International Movements of the 20th and 21st Centuries
INT 205 – International Political Economy
INT 301 – Senior Seminar
INT 362 – Language and the Politics of Terror
INT 365 – Thucydides and International Relations
INT 401 – Critical Social Theory
INT 409 – Critical Development Theory
INT 590 – Thesis Research I
The University of Chicago, M.A., 1987; Ph.D., 1992 (Political Science)
Washington University in St. Louis, B.A., 1980 (Political Science and French)
“Rethinking The Body in Pain,” Subjectivity 9 (December 2016): 381-98.
"Bio(necro)polis: Marx, Surplus Populations, and the Spatial Dialectics of ‘Race’”, coauthored with Heidi Nast, Antipode, 43 (November 2011): 1465-88.
"Race, Surplus Population, and the Marxist Theory of Imperialism,” Antipode, 43(November 2011): 1489-1515.
The Co-production of Class and Race in Brazil and the United States, Antipode 34 (March 2002): 168-175.
Portugal’s Dual Empire: Patterns in Early Colonialism, Portuguese Studies Review 9 (Winter 2001): 19-45.
(with Patrick Callahan) Constructing Effective International Systems: Simulating the Paris Peace Conference of 1919, in The New International Studies Classroom: Active Teaching, Active Learning, ed. Jeffrey S. Lantis, Lynn M. Kuzma, and John Boehrer, 153-166 (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 2000).
Gay Texts of Terror? Christian Scholars Review 26 (Summer 1997): 413-434.
Altruism, Collective Action, and Rationality: The Case of Le Chambon, Polity 27 (Summer 1995): 537-57.