Dr. William H. Meyer
William H. Meyer, PhD (University of Iowa, 1984) joined the Department in 1984. He specializes in International Relations. Professor Meyer teaches classes in human rights, American foreign policy, international relations and the philosophy of science. His current research interests include labor rights and the WTO, impunity and trials for former dictators, global governance and testing theories of ethnic violence.
'Human Rights, Global Governance and International Justice,' POROI 4:2 (June 2005).
Security, Economics and Morality in American Foreign Policy. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 2004.
'Activism and Research on TNCs and Human Rights,' in Scott Pegg and George Frynas, eds. Transnational Corporations and Human Rights. London: Palgrave, 2003.
'Human Rights, the UN's Global Compact and Global Governance,' with Boyka Stefanova. Cornell International Law Journal. 34:3 (2001).