Dr. Jason Renn
Assistant Professor of Politics
Interest and areas of expertise
International Relations - Interstate War and Civil Conflict, Peacekeeping, International Law
Comparative Politics - Democratization, Sub-Saharan Africa, East Asia
Methodology - Quantitative Methods, Causal Inference, Data Visualization
B.A. University of Kentucky
Ph.D. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Classes I teach
- POLI 212 Introduction to International Relations
- POLI 213 Comparative Politics
- POLI 312 Politics of China
- POLI 243 Political Research Methods
- POLI 362 Theories of International Relations
- POLI 370 Causes of War
- With Dai, Xinyuan. "China and International Institutional Order: The Limits of Integration." Journal of Chinese Political Science 21, no.2: 177-197 (2016).
- With Paul F. Diehl. “Déjà vu All Over Again and Peacekeeping Reform? The HIPPO Report and Barriers to Implementation 2015.” Journal of International Peacekeeping 19, no. 3-4: 211-226 (2015).
- With Whalley, L.A., Myers, N.R., Burton, J.L., Morrison, D.A., Rhodes, A.M., Scarborough, I., Vendrzyk, J., Zhang, W., Vander-Most, N., Taylor, K. Framing an Understanding of Sociocultural Dynamics for Civil-Military Operations. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers: Engineer Research and Development Center (2014).