|Third World Wealth, Poverty, Colonialism, Music and Literature|
Topics Naeem Inayatullah can discuss: ideas that explain global wealth and poverty; origins of the 3rd world; history of colonialism; effects of capitalism and globalism on third world cultures; 3rd world novels; 3rd world music; jazz, West African, Afro-Cuban, and South Asian music; the Ward Churchill controversy; the ill effects of humanitarian aid; critical, student-centered methods of teaching; Soviet and U.S. involvement in Afghanistan and Pakistan; and popular science fiction films. He can discuss the gap between how the rest of the world perceives the US and how the US perceives itself; why people of the third world seem furious at the West; how the US can better understand third world peoples; and how to imagine a productive engagement between the West and the rest. Naeem Inayatullah teaches courses on international relations theory; global political economy; the politics of literature, film, and music; global religious fundamentalism; and on Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq.
"The Rites of Dispossession: The Christian Origins of Contemporary Human Rights" (2008)
"Interrogating Imperialism" (2006)
"International Relations and the Problem of Difference" (2004)
"Love, War, and Basketball in Afghanistan" (2003)
"Bumpy Space: Linguistic Imperialism and Resistance in Star Trek: The Next Generation" (2003)
"Wading in the Deep: Supporting Emergent Pedagogical Anarchies" (1997)
"The Global Economy as Political Space" (1994)
"Autobiographical International Relations: I, IR," edited by Naeem Inaytullah, forthcoming Routledge, December 2010.
"Savage Economies: Wealth, Poverty and the Temporal Walls of Capitalism" (co-authored with David Blaney, Routledge, January 2010).