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Dr Owen Worth

Biography

Since arriving at UL in 2003, Owen has taught courses in International Relations, International Political Economy, Development Studies and European Politics at both undergraduate and post-graduate levels. His research interests focus on the nature of power, class and in particular the role of hegemony in Global Political Economy and in Global Political Society. He is the author of Hegemony, International Political Economy and Post-Communist Russia (Ashgate, 2005), Resistance in the Age of Austerity: Nationalism, the Failure of the Left and the Return of God (Zed Books, 2013) and Rethinking Hegemony (Palgrave, 2015). He has also published work in a number of journals across the spectrum of Global Politics and has co-edited a number of other books. He also currently chairs the editorial board (Managing Editor) for the journal Capital and Class

Research Interests

Neo-Gramscian and Critical Approaches to Global Political Economy and Global Politics The Politics of Globalisation and Global Governance Post-Communist Russia Global Development, Resistance and Exclusion.

Teaching Interests

PO4004 Global Political Eonomy
PO4018 International Relations
PO4127 Regionalism in World Politics
PO5008 International Political Economy                    

Professional Activities

Association

  • 2009 Member, Political Studies Association
  • Member, British International Studies Association.

Committee

  • 1899 Royal Irish Institute of International Affairs,

Consultancy

  • - Policy reviewer for Combat Poverty, Dublin

Publications

Book

2015

Rethinking Hegemony
Owen Worth

Book Chapter

2018
2014
2012

Global Change, European Regionalism and the Left
Gerard Strange and Owen Worth
European Regionalism and the Left

2012

Beyond the Third Way: regionalism and socialist renewal in Europe
Owen Worth
European Regionalism and the Left

2011

‘Autocratic Neoliberalism and beyond: Russia's Caesarist journey into the global political economy’
Owen Worth
The Political Economy of Eastern Europe, from ‘Transition’ to ‘Crash’

2011
2011

‘Where did the critical go? The underdevelopment of the British School in IPE’
Owen Worth
Critical International Political Economy: dialogue, debate, dissensus

2009

Globilization and the 'New' Semi-Peripheries Introduction
Worth, O; Moore, P
GLOBALIZATION AND THE NEW SEMI-PERIPHERIES

2009

Introduction
Worth, O; Moore, P
Globalisation and the New Semi-Peripheries

2009

What ever happened to the semi-periphery
Worth, O
Globalisation and the New Semi-Peripheries

2007

Soviet and Russian Foreign Policy
Worth, O; Pettiford, L
The Foreign Policy of the Great Powers since World War II: Russia and the Soviet Union

2007

Russian responses to Globalisation
Worth, O
The Foreign Policy of the Great Powers since World War II: Russia and the Soviet Union

2002

The many world of Critical International Political Economy
Worth, O
Critical Perspectives on International Political Economy

2002

Health for all? Towards a neo-Gramscian critique of the WHO
Worth, O
Critical Perspectives on International Political Economy

Conference Publication

2012

Invited Talk
Owen Worth

2007

IAREES
Owen Worth

2007

ECRP
Owen Worth

2006

International Studies Association Convention
Owen Worth and Gerard Strange

2006

Internation Studies Association
Owen Worth and Karen Buckley

2004

International Studies Association Convention
Owen Worth and Christopher Farrands

2002
2001

Edited Book

2012


European Regionalism and the Left

Other Journal

Other Publication

2017

Whither Lexit?
Worth, O
Capital And Class

2010

Capital and Class at 100
Owen Worth
Capital and Class

Peer Reviewed Journal

2019

The fifth international: International or global?
Worth O.
Journal Of World-Systems Research DOI: 10.5195/jwsr.2019.957

2017
2017

Whither Lexit?
Worth O.
Capital &Amp; Class DOI: 10.1177/0309816817711558c

2017

Globalisation and the 'Far-right' turn in International Affairs
Owen Worth
Irish Studies In International Affairs

2017
2016

Left-Wing Convergence
Alex Prichard and Owen Worth
Capital And Class

2016

Left-wing convergence: An introduction
Prichard, A,Worth, O
Capital And Class DOI: 10.1177/0309816815624370

2011

Where did the ‘critical’ go?
Owen Worth
Journal of International Relations and Development

2011

Recasting Gramsci in international politics
Worth, O
Review Of International Studies DOI: 10.1017/S0260210510000318

2010

‘On the contemporary relevance of ‘left Nationalism
Owen Worth and Barry Ryan
Capital And Class

2009