Blaney focuses on global political economics, global politics and culture and Third
World development issues. His research involves cultural and international relations. He
teaches courses on international politics as well as global political economy and
development. 

Blaney has been teaching at Macalester since 1994. 

EDUCATION: B.A., Valparaiso University; M.A., Ph.D., University of Denver 

Journal Articles

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The Dark Heart of Kindness: The Social Construction of Deflection (with Naeem Inayatullah), International Studies Perspective (2012)
 

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Liberal Fundamentals: Invisible, Invasive, Artful, and Bloody Hands, Journal of International Relations and Development (2012)
 

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An American IR?, Wuhan Journal of Science and Technology (2008)
 

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The Responsibilities of Undergraduate Teaching (with Kevin Dunn, Patricia Goff, Jamie Frueh, Eric Leonard, and Simona Sharoni), Journal of Political Science Education (2008)
 

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Neo-Modernization? IR and the Inner Life of Modernization Theory (with Naeem Inayatullah), European Journal of International Relations (2002)
 

Books

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Thinking International Relations Differently (with Arlene B. Tickner) (2012)
 

Contributions to Books

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Sovereignty (with Naeem Inayatullah), International Relations: Perspectives for the Global South (2012)
 

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Undressing the Wound of Wealth: Political Economy as a Cultural Project (with Naeem Inayatullah), Cultural Political Economy (2010)
 

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Undressing the Wound of Wealth: Political Economy as a Cultural Project (with Naeem Inayatullah), Cultural Political Economy (2010)
 

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International Relations from Below (with Naeem Inayatullah), Oxford Handbook of International Relations (2008)
 

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The Rites of Dispossession: Medieval and Modern (with Naeem Inayatullah), Silencing Human Rights: Critical Engagements with a Contested Project (2008)
 

Book Reviews