Dr. Daniel M. Green
Daniel M. Green, PhD (Indiana University 1992) joined the Department in 1994. He specializes in international relations theory and history, with a second area in democratization and the comparative politics of developing countries. Professor Green teaches a graduate seminar in international relations theory, and various undergraduate courses on the politics of developing nations, the history of international relations, and a course on the history of American foreign policy in the Middle East. He has edited books on constructivism and comparative politics and the English School approach to international relations theory and is currently completing a book manuscript which identifies and examines key patterns in international behavior from 1515 to 1870.
'Democratization: The World-Wide Spread of Democracy in the Modern Age.' In George Modelski (ed). Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems. New York: United Nations Press, UNESCO-EOLSS Secretariat. Forthcoming, 2007.
'Liberal Imperialism as Global Governance Perspective.' In Alice D. Ba and Matthew J. Hoffman (eds). Contending Perspectives on Global Governance. London: Routledge, 2005.