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Trevor Morris

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Trevor Morris

Associate Professor of Political Science
Polytechnic United Methodist Church 231

Education

  • Ph.D., International Studies, University of South Carolina, 1995
  • M.A., International Studies, University of South Carolina, 1987
  • B.A., cum laude, International Relations, Roanoke College (Salem, VA), 1984
Publications
  • Peer review of American Foreign Policy: The Twentieth Century in Documents, 2nd ed., by Gary A. Donaldson, for Longman, 2005.
  • Peer review of American Foreign Policy in a New Era, author unknown, for Longman, 2002.
  • Review of Principles of International Politics: People’s Power, Preferences, and Perceptions, by Bruce Bueno de Mesquito, H-Teachpol, 2002.
  • Peer review of Student Atlas of World Politics, by John L. Allen, for McGraw-Hill, 1999.
  • “Religious Fringe Trying to Undermine Library,” Fayetteville Observer-Times, June 1999.
  • “North Carolina Redistricting,” Fayetteville Observer-Times, August 1996, and reprinted in two other state newspapers.
  • Ph.D. dissertation, “The Effects of Enlargement on European Integration: Fisheries and Regional Policies and the First and Southern Enlargements,” University of South Carolina, 1995.
  • Review, “Crisis in the Kremlin,” Social Science Computer Review, Spring 1994.
  • Research Assistant, “’1992’ and Attitudes of American Business,” conducted by the Walker Institute of International Studies under a consulting contract from the Department of Commerce, 1988.
  • M.A. thesis, “An Application of Regime Theory: The European Community’s Common Fisheries Policy,” University of South Carolina, 1987.
Presentations
  • “Statelessness in the Dominican Republic: Domestic Politics and International Legal Constraints,” International Studies Association-Midwest annual conference, St. Louis MO (November 2014.
  • “Quality Assurance in UK Higher Education,” Summer Institute, Center for Excellence and Learning, Texas Wesleyan University (May 2014).
  • “UK Higher Education Instruction, Accountability and Learning,” Mitchel-Reed Lecture Series, Texas-Wesleyan University (April 2014).
  • “Pilgrim in the Looking Glass: John le Carré’s International Relations,” Southwestern International Studies Association annual conference, New Orleans LA (March 2013).
  • “Using Simulations in the Classroom: U.N. and E.U. Resources,” round table on ‘Teaching Politics’, at the North Carolina Political Science Association annual meeting, Pembroke, NC (March 2005).
  • “Reality and Private Authority: Regime Theory Before and After the End of the Cold War,” International Studies Association-South annual conference, Columbia, SC (October 2004).
  • “Transnational Governance: Private Authority and Global Soccer,” International Studies Association annual conference, Montreal, Canada (March 2004).
  • “Globalizing the Bosman Ruling: Governance of Player Transfers in Soccer,” at the International Studies Association-South annual conference, Richmond VA (October 2002).
  • “Territoriality: Paradoxes in Grotius’ Concepts of Freedom of the Seas and Sovereignty,” South Carolina Political Science Association annual conference, Columbia, SC (February 1996).
  • “Neo-functionalism Revisited: Relevance of Theory in the Contemporary European Community,” European Community Studies Association biennial conference, Fairfax, VA (May 1991).
  • “The Effects of ‘1992’ on the Global Pharmaceutical Industry,” International Management Symposium on ‘European Integration and Global Competitiveness,” St. Gallen University, Switzerland, (May 1989).
  • “The Decline of the First World Power: Spain after the Habsburgs,” Walker Institute of International Studies conference on ‘Decline of Empires’, Columbia, SC (November 1988).
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