Dr. Robert A. Denemark
University of Delaware
404 Smith Hall
MW 1015-1115 AM, F 0345-0445 PM & By Appt
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.
"Pre-emptive Decline: The Weakening of Great Powers and Geopolitical Volatility," in Christian Suter and Albert Bergesen (eds.) The Return of Geopolitics. Berlin: LitVerlag. Forthcoming.
"The Irish and the Vikings on the Edge of Central Civilization" in Christopher Chase-Dunn and Hiroko Inoue (eds.) Systemic Boundaries: Time Mapping Globalization since the Bronze Age. New York: Springer. Forthcoming.
ReOrienting the 19th Century: Global Economy in the Continuing Asian Age, Andre Gunder Frank, edited and with an introduction by Robert A. Denemark, Boulder CO: Paradigm.
World System History, edited with G. Modelski, Paris:EOLSS E-Book http://www.eolss.net/outlinecomponents/World-System-History.aspx.
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