Professor of Political Science
Hans Schattle works across the usual dividing lines in political science and international relations, with interests ranging from globalization, citizenship, media and democracy to the politics of Europe and East Asia. He has written two books, Globalization and Citizenship and The Practices of Global Citizenship, both published by Rowman & Littlefield, as well as numerous articles in academic journals and commentaries in newspapers, including The New York Times / International Herald Tribune, The Guardian and The Christian Science Monitor.
He earned his doctorate in politics at Oxford under the supervision of David Marquand, and most recently he has co-edited with Dr. Jeremy Nuttall the volume Making Social Democrats: Citizens, Mindsets, Realities , published by Manchester University Press in honour of Professor Marquand. Professor Schattle presents research papers regularly at leading international academic conferences and often gives interviews to journalists around the world; he worked as a news reporter in his native New England before launching his academic career.
D. Phil in Politics, Oxford University (Mansfield College)
M.A. in Political Science, Boston College
B.A. in Economics / B. S. in Journalism, Boston University
Courses and Current Research Areas
Citizenship; democracy; civil society; cosmopolitanism; nationalism; global governance; politics of Europe, East Asia and the United States; political theory; political communication.
2008-2013: Associate Professor of Political Science, Yonsei University
2005-2008: Assistant Professor of Political Science, Roger Williams University
2004-2005: Visiting Assistant Professor of Political Science, Babson College
2001-2003: Adjunct Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Massachusetts Boston, Babson College, Bryant University