Kyle M. Lascurettes

Assistant Professor of International Affairs

Specialty

International Relations Theory, Global Order & Global Governance, International Organizations, Security Studies

Academic Credentials

PhD in Foreign Affairs, University of Virginia; MA in Foreign Affairs, University of Virginia; BA in Government and English Literature, St. Lawrence University

Teaching

IA 100: Introduction to International Relations
IA 211: International Organization
IA 310: Theories of International Relations
IA 348: Global Order
IA 400: Senior Seminar (Thesis)
Model UN Faculty Advisor

Research

Orders of Exclusion: Great Powers and the Strategic Sources of Foundational Rules in International Relations (Oxford University Press, 2020).
**Winner of the 2021 APSA Jervis-Schroeder Award for best book in international history and politics**

“International Order in Theory and Practice.” (with Michael Poznansky) In The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies (August 2021).

“The Normative Foundations for a New Global Concert in an Age of Western Retrenchment.” (with Sara Bjerg Moller) In Harald Müller and Carsten Rauch, eds. Great Power Multilateralism and the Prevention of War: Debating a 21st Century Concert of Powers (Routledge, 2018).

“The Concert of Europe and Great-Power Governance Today: What Can the Order of 19th-Century Europe Teach Policymakers About International Order in the 21st Century?” RAND National Defense Research Institute/ISDP Report (2017).