“This course was provided to Ph.D. during the (summer) short semester is definitely the most relevant to my major. Overall, it was an essential course with great teacher (Prof. Titus Chen) adding to that. Although not many, the reading materials were focused to the discussion. The distribution of assignment was also fair. This class would be one of the best seminar that I have attended. The only down side of this class was it was held during the summer time with limited number of meeting. It would be great if it is offered for whole semester, particularly because of the discussion was very engaging. ”
1. Critique of rationalism and positivism in IR.
2. Identity- & norm-based Constructivisms in IR.
3. Institution- & culture-based Constructivisms in IR.
4. Critical IR theories.