Scott Nelson

Scott Nelson is a faculty member in the diplomacy and international relations graduate programs at Norwich. He specializes in political theory and philosophy, international political economy and international relations. Scott is the Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Political Studies and Associate Professor at Virginia Polytechnice Institute and State University. He earned his doctorate degree in political science from Arizona State University in 2002.

Recent Publications:

The Ashgate Research Companion to Modern Theory, Modern Power, World Politics: Critical Investigations (co-edited with Nevzat Soguk), London: Ashgate Publishers, 2016).

Sovereignty and the Limits of the Liberal Imagination (London: Routledge, 2010).

“Sovereignty, Ethics, Community,” Philosophy and Social Criticism (November, 2004), pp. 816-841.

“Any Given We,” Journal of International Political Theory, Vol. 6 (1) spring 2010, pp. 23-46.

“The Communal Machinery of Evil: Reflections on ‘Hannah Arendt,” Spectra, Vol. 3, (2) September 2014.