Dr. Robert A. Denemark
Robert A. Denemark, PhD (University of Minnesota, 1987) joined the Department in 1988. He teaches courses in International Political Economy, International Relations Theory and International Diplomacy. His current research interests are in the history and evolution of the global system, and in the ability of theories of world politics to apprehend that long-term view. Professor Denemark is on sabbatical leave during 2013-2014.
The International Studies Encyclopedia. 12 Volumes (General Editor) Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. 2010.
'World System History: Arrighi, Frank and the Way Forward,' Journal of World-System Research 15:2 (2009), pp. 233-42.
'Just Scraps of Paper? The Dynamics of Multilateral Treaty-Making,' with Matthew Hoffman, Cooperation and Conflict 43:2 (June 2008), pp. 187-222.
'Fundamentalisms as Global Social Movements,' Globalizations 5:4 (December 2008), pp.571-82.