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Matthew S. Weinert, PhD (University of Denver, 2002) joined the Department in 2006, and teaches courses in international
law, international organizations, and global governance. His research is
broadly concerned with structures and processes of world order, and is
specifically engaged with human security, human rights, and human dignity
dimensions of world order. He is the author of Democratic Sovereignty:
Authority, State, and Legitimacy in a Globalizing Age (University College
London, 2007) and Making Human: World Order and the Global Governance of
Human Dignity (University of Michigan, 2015), as well as numerous articles
and book chapters, and is working a book on cultural heritage, cultural rights,
and human security.
Professor Weinert currently serves as Senior Editor of the Oxford
Research Encyclopedia of International Studies, a joint publication of Oxford
University Press and the International Studies Association.
“Integrating Cultural Heritage into Human Security Analysis,” Advancing Human Dignity, Global Governance, 2022: pp. 35-57
“Reading World Society Phenomenologically: An Illustration Drawing upon the Cultural Heritage of Humankind,” International Politics, Vol. 55(1), January 2018: pp. 26-40
“Grounding World Society: Spatiality, Cultural Heritage, and our World as Shared Geographies;” Review of International Studies; Vol. 43(3), July 2017: pp. 409-429
and the Reconfiguration of International Society: A View from the English School,” in Seeking
Order in Anarchy: Multilateralism as State Strategy, Robert W. Murray, ed.
(Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2016), pp. 61-82
“Recognition of, and in, World
Society,” in Recognition and Global Politics: Critical Encounters Between State and
Patrick Hayden and Kate Schick, eds. (Manchester: Manchester University Press,
2016), pp. 195-216
“From Cinderella to Beauty and the Beast: (De)Humanizing World Society;”
in System, Society and the World: Exploring the English School of
International Relations, Robert W. Murray, ed., 2nd revised and
expanded print edition; (Bristol, UK: e-International Relations, 2016), pp.
Making Human: World Order and the Global
Governance of Human Dignity (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2015)
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