The IIER Distinguished Virtual Lecture Series – Prof. St. Rosow

Announcements, Events 22 Feb 2024

The Research Program on the Theory and Practice of International Relations at the Institute of International Economic Relations (IIER), Athens, Greece organizes The IIER Distinguished Virtual Lecture Series, that aims to delve into the rich and diverse scholarship in the field of International Relations (IR) by featuring prominent theorists and brilliant speakers from around the world who have made important contributions to the field.

Distinguished Speaker
Stephen Rosow
Professor Emeritus, State University of New York at Oswego

Stephen Rosow is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the State University of New York at Oswego where he taught courses in political theory and in an interdisciplinary program in global studies.  He received his BA from Columbia University in 1975 and his PhD from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in 1981.  He works at the intersection of the history of political theory, critical international theory, and political economy in order to open up questions about the global as a novel spatio-temporal framing of thought.  He is the editor, with George Andreopoulos of Reconfigurations of Power, Authority and Territoriality (Edward Elgar), co-author, with Jim George, of Globalization & Democracy (Rowman & Littlefield), and co-author with Walter Opello of Nation State and Global Order (Lynne Reinner).

Thinking Regions as Political Space

The event will take place on March 5 at 19:00 EET on Zoom
You will receive the join zoom link in your email upon registration HERE

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