The fourth in the ongoing series for Theories of International Relations. This one’s on Locke.
The third lecturelet from SIS-301, Spring 2009. This one’s on Hobbes, and seeks to locate him within the broader Enlightenment project.
Here’s the second lecturelet for SIS-301, Spring 2009. This one provides context for our discussion of Machiavelli.
The first lecturelet for SIS-301, Spring 2009. This one’s on Thucydides.
Here’s the course syllabus for SIS-301.001, Spring 2009, “Theories of International Relations.”
Here’s a recording of the introductory comments I made at an SIS-American University faculty-PhD student reading group in which we discuss recent IR articles. This session was on Richard Price’s “Moral Limit and Possibility in World Politics,” International Organization 62:2 (2008). This is audio only, but it’s in mp4 format; should play fine in iTunes.