Carnegie Hall, Room 203
Professor & Chair
International relations; regional conflict and security; foreign policy; political thought
Carnegie Hall, 203d
Professor Latham’s primary scholarly interests are in the areas of international relations and political thought. His current research focuses on the evolution of the late medieval international system, with a special emphasis on the evolution of the concept of sovereignty. He teaches courses on international security, Chinese foreign policy, regional conflict in the Middle East, medieval political thought, and conservative political theory. His most recent publication is Theorizing Medieval Geopolitics: War and World Order in the Age of the Crusades. He also has a forthcoming novel entitled The Holy Lance, scheduled for release in February 2015.
- BA: York University, Honours, Toronto
- MA: Queen's University, Kingston
- PhD: York University