• Dimitris Stevis •
|Education:||PhD University of Arizona|
|Concentration:||World Politics, Environmental Politics, Labor Politics|
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At the undergraduate level I teach international relations, international political economy, international law, and sustainability politics. I have also taught capstones on global labor politics and green political economy. At the graduate level I teach the Politics of the Environment and Sustainability, Governance of the World Political Economy, International Environmental Politics, as well as special seminars on transnational social policy and green political economy.
In broad terms my research examines the social governance of the world political economy in the areas of labor and the environment. I am currently involved in a number of research projects. One project, based at the Free University Berlin, investigates Global (International) Framework Agreements between multinational companies and labor unions. A second project investigates the environmental politics of labor unions at the global level and the USA. A third project examines Colorado’s New Energy Economy with particular attention to the relations between subnational industrial and environmental policies and global production networks.
POLS 692 Green Production, Just Production? – download syllabus
This seminar examined the greening of production through the lens of ecology and equity.
POLS 670 The Politics of Environment and Sustainability – download syllabus
This seminar offers a broad introduction into political ecology. Offered annually.
POLS 462 Globalization, Sustainability, and Justice – download syllabus
This upper level undergraduate course places local sustainability issues in their geographical and social contexts. Offered annually.