Dr. Matthew S. Weinert
Matthew S. Weinert, PhD (University of Denver, 2002) joined the department in 2006. He teaches courses in the areas of global governance, international organization and international relations. Professor Weinert's research resides at the intersection of international relations, international law, and political theory. Chiefly, he is interested in exploring the normative (moral and legal) dimensions of global political change. He is currently working on issues involving sovereignty and justice. Professor Weinert currently serves as Director of Graduate Studies in the Department. Professor Weinert is on sabbatical leave during 2013-2014.
Ethics and Sovereignty," The International Studies Compendium Project (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010), volume III, pp. 1639-1656.
“From State Security to Human Security?” The Ashgate Research Companion to Ethics and International Affairs (Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, September 2009), pp. 151-165.
“Popularizing International Politics: Human Agency and the Politics of World Order,”Perspectives: Central European Review of International Affairs, vol. 17(1), Spring 2009: 5—26.
Democratic Sovereignty: Authority, State and Legitimacy in a Globalizing World, London: University College London Press, 2007.