Robert Warren, M.A.

Robert is an English-American lecturer and researcher of geopolitics and international relations. He teaches classes in political geography, political theory, media theory, and postcolonial international relations. He also runs yearly international volunteering/research projects for students, traveling to Brazil, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and South Africa. Robert is an active member of the ˹Ӱ community, screening films for students of the ˹Ӱ Film Club and organizing political discussions for the School of International Relations and Diplomacy’s Professors in the Pub series.


Political Geography (IRS 250), Postcolonial International Relations (IRS 375/675), Media in a Democracy (JRN 220), Intro to Politics (POS 101), International Experience Project (MGT 314/514)


political geography (human geography, geopolitics, international relations),

postcolonial statecraft (Westphalianism, nation-building, neo-imperialism, state corruption, “ungoverned spaces,” postcolonial separatism, civil war, interventionism)

critical theory (postcolonial theory, Marxism/neo-Marxism, cultural hegemony, hybridity, power/knowledge)

media theory (survival of the fourth estate: digital information dissemination, meta data analytics, surveillance capitalism, AI/machine-learning)