Joseph M. Parent
RankRegular Faculty - Associate Professor
Ph.D., Columbia University
Research and Teaching Interests
International relations theory, security studies, grand strategy, foreign policy
Joe Parent’s research examines how shifts in power affect cooperation. He is the author of Uniting States (Oxford, 2011) and (with Joe Uscinski) American Conspiracy Theories (Oxford, 2014), published articles in International Security, Foreign Affairs, Sociological Theory, History of Political Thought, Slate, Washington Post, and Los Angeles Times, assisted the National Intelligence Council on its Global Trends 2030 report, and received a Fulbright fellowship in Rome and a Nobel Fellowship in Oslo. His research has been covered in The Atlantic, Boston Globe, Cosmopolitan, New York Times, Salon, and Scientific American.
Office HoursWednesdays 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Office: 2081 Jenkins Nanovic Halls
Phone: (574) 631-3592
Department of Political Science
2060 Jenkins Nanovic Halls
Notre Dame, IN 46556