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  • Tobias Lemke, Graduate Student

    Graduate Student
    University of Delaware
    Newark, DE 19716

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    Tobias Lemke is a Ph.D. candidate and instructor in Political Science and International Relations at the University of Delaware. His research examines the emergence and diffusion of nationalist movements and their impact on foreign policy, international relations, and order. In his dissertation titled Nations in Narrative: Mass Politics and International Orders in the Short Nineteenth Century, 1830-60 he traces the rise of nationalist claim-making in Great Britain, France, and Prussia to unpack how social and political developments inside these states contributed to the disruption and transformation of established diplomatic practice. He has also written about the role of collective identity, strategic narratives, and digital communication networks in both historical and contemporary international relations and he is currently working on several projects that examine the role of Russia-linked news outlets in the distribution of disinformation campaigns on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook. Some of his work has been published in International Relations.

    At Delaware, he teaches a variety of courses including American Political System (POSC150), Global Politics (POSC240), American Foreign Policy (POSC313), and Model United Nations (POSC475). Between 2015 and 2017, he served as the graduate fellow for UD's Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning (CIRTL), where he organized and co-facilitated workshops on pedagogy and teaching methods for graduate students interested in teaching-intensive academic careers. He has also developed his own class-room research and with the support of a local research grant is currently conducting a longitudinal study to assess the effectiveness of case-based teaching methods on student learning outcomes.  Since 2017 he is the coordinator of the DuPont Learning Center which provides support for undergraduates to become peer-mentors in a variety of disciplines.

    Recent Publications

    Lemke, Tobias and Michael W Habegger (2018) “A master institution of world society? Digital communications networks and the changing dynamics of transnational contention ” of International Relations Volume 32, Issue 3 pp: 296 - 320. The permanent link to the article is: "https://doi.org/10.1177/0047117817747666"

    Lemke, Tobias (2018) “The German Confederation and the Crisis of the Concert: From Localized Cooperation to Globalized Competition, 1795-1866” In: The Two Worlds of Nineteenth Century International Relations edited by Daniel Green. London: Routledge.

 

 

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