Peterson, V. Spike
PETERSON, V. Spike
PETERSON, V. Spike. American, b. 1946. Genres: International relations/ Current affairs, Politics/Government, Women's studies and issues. Career: American University, Washington, DC, lecturer in world politics, 1987, 1988, adjunct assistant professor of western tradition, women and development, and world politics, 1989-90; University of Southern California, Los Angeles, visiting scholar at Center for International Studies, 1988-89, adjunct assistant professor of gender and international relations theory, 1989; University of Arizona, Tucson, assistant professor of political science, teaching gender and politics, feminist political theory, and international relations, 1990-95, associate professor, 1996-. Publications: Clarification and Contestation: Exploring the Integration of Feminist and International Relations Theory, 1989; (ed.) Gendered States: Feminist (Re)Visions of International Relations Theory, 1992; (with A.S. Runyan) Global Gender Issues, 1993, 2nd ed., 1999; A Critical Rewriting of Global Political Economy, 2003. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor of articles and reviews to political science and international relations journals.