Faculty & Staff
Denise M. Horn
OFFICE LOCATION: 215H Renaissance Park
OFFICE PHONE: 617-373-7880 EMAIL: email@example.com
PhD Political Science, Rutgers University, 2005
Globalization and International Affairs; Transnational Activism and Advocacy; U.S. Foreign Policy; International Organizations; Global Corps Practicum (India, Thailand, Brazil and South Africa); International Affairs Senior Capstone
Transnational Activism, Feminist International Relations, International Relations Theory, Democratization and Civil Society
2010. Women, Civil Society and the Geopolitics of Democratization. London: Routledge. Forthcoming, February 2010.
Refereed Journal Articles
2005. "Constructing Agency: US Foreign Funding and Gender Identity in Moldovan Civil Society," Journal Transitions, Centre d'etude de la vie politique, Universite libre de Bruxelles, Winter 2005-06.
2008. "Setting the Agenda: US and Nordic Gender Policies in Estonia," International Feminist Journal of Politics, March.
Chapters in Books
2009. "Boots and Bed Sheets: Constructing the Military Support System in a Time of War," Gender, War and Militarism, Laura Sjoberg and Sandra Via, eds., forthcoming.
2003. "Feminist Approaches to International Relations," Encyclopedia of Government and Politics 2nd Edition, Mary Hawkesworth and Maurice Kogan, eds. London: Routledge 2003.
Published Conference Reports
2003. Baltic Regional Security Challenges Conference Report. Washington, DC: Women in International Security, Georgetown University. www.wiis.georgetown.org.
2003. The Northern European Initiative: Conference-Workshop Report. Columbia International Affairs Online. www.ciaonet.org
Works in Progress
2009. "The King and I: Thailand's Nationalist Project and the Development of Thai Democracy" in progress.