INTS faculty members Dr. Lisa MacLeod and Dr. Shane Barter have each published chapters in a new book, Signature Pedagogies in International Relations (edited by Jan Lüdert, Bristil: E-International Relations). The book is an open-source volume that examines the key teaching styles and strategies of those teaching international relations and international studies. The book is available for download here: https://www.e-ir.info/publication/signature-pedagogies-in-international-relations/
Archive for Author Shane Barter
On Thursday, 01 April 2021, INTS hosted an event with Ecuadorian Presidential front-runner, Andrés Arauz. Interviewed by Dr. Max Cameron (University of British Columbia), Mr. Arauz discussed Ecuador’s economy, indigenous politics and the left, covid responses, relations with the United States, the legacy of Correa, media freedom, and more. The event was chaired by Melissa Rogers (Claremont Graduate University), which co-hosted the event.
Dr. Dongyoun Hwang’s new book, co-edited with George O. Totten III, is about to be released (June). Authored by Kim San and Nym Wales (Helen Foster Snow), Song of Arirang: The Story of a Korean Revolutionary in China was originally published in 1941 as a biography of a Korean revolutionary. See a recent review in the New York Review of Books: https://www.nybooks.com/articles/2020/12/17/kim-san-korea-patriot-revolutionary/ or purchase here.
INTS students Nini Vo (2021) and Shunji Fueke (2021) have both co-authored book reviews related to their Capstone work. Congratulations to Nini and Shunji!
Nini Vo worked with INTS Director Shane Barter to publish a review of Minjeong Kim’s Elusive Belonging: Marriage Immigrants and Multiculturalism in Rural South Korea (University of Hawaii, 2018). Their review appears in Asian Journal of Social Science 48:5-6.
Shunji Fueke worked with Shane Barter to publish a review of Koji Nakakita’s The Liberal Democratic Party of Japan: The Realities of Power (Routledge 2020). Their review appears with newbooksasia at Leiden University.
INTS is pleased to welcome Shane Barter as new Director. He carries on the work of Ian Read before him (and Lisa MacLeod before him!), so that he may focus his attention on the SUA Center for Race, Ethnicity, and Human Rights. Thank you, Ian, for your service as Director!
Dr. Ian Read has published a new co-edited book, The Shapes of Epidemics and Global Disease. Published by Cambridge Scholars publishing and co-edited with Andrea Patterson (Cal State Fullerton), the book features chapters by several SUA faculty members (including Lisa Crummet, Xiaoxing Liu, Ted Lower, and Michael Weiner) along with other leasing scholars.
Congratulations to Ian and his collaborators for this timely new book!
Four INTS / SUA alumni and INTS faculty member Shane Barter have published a new book chapter, “State Religious Violence”, as part of Religious Violence Today: Faith and Conflict in the Modern World, a two-volume set edited by Michael Jerryson. The 80 page chapter features entries on dozens of religious conflicts, with entries authored with Jaroslav Zapletal (2018), Amanda Boralessa (2018), Vasko Yorgov (2019), and Mahesh Kushwaha (2019).
The INTS faculty would like to congratulate our Capstone students among the graduating class of 2018! Our students explored a wide range of topics and conducted some impressive research- well done (and take a breath!).
INTS Professor Shane Barter and student Amanda Boralessa (2018) have published a chapter in the newly-released Routledge Handbook of Politics in Asia, edited by Shiping Hua. Their chapter, “Southeast Asia: Unity in ASEAN” explores foreign policy in the region and beyond. Congratulations on this joint effort!
Routledge website (to purchase). Google Books.
INTS Director Dr. Ian Read has published a new multi-book review article in the journal Latin American Perspectives. In “Investigating an Epidemic among Indigenous Children in Venezuela,” Dr. Read compares leading scholarship in English and Spanish that seeks to shed light on an unfolding tragedy.