Jordan Branch is an Assistant Professor in the Political Science department at Brown University.
For more, please see: https://sites.google.com/site/jordanbranch/
|Branch, Jordan Territorial Conflict in the Digital Age: Mapping Technologies and Negotiation. International Studies Quarterly/Int Studies Q. 2017; 61 (3) : 557-569.|
|Branch, Jordan Charles S. Maier: Leviathan 2.0: Inventing Modern Statehood. New Global Studies/New Global Studies. 2016; 10 (1)|
|Branch, Jordan Territory as an institution: spatial ideas, practices and technologies. Territory, Politics, Governance/Territory, Politics, Governance. 2016; 5 (2) : 131-144.|
|Branch, Jordan How should states be shaped? Contiguity, compactness, and territorial rights. International Theory/International Theory. 2015; 8 (01) : 1-28.|
|Branch, Jordan The birth of territory , by Stuart Elden, Chicago, The University of Chicago Press, 2013, xi + 493 pp., US$90.00 (hardback), ISBN: 9780226202563, US$30.00 (paperback), ISBN: 9780226202570 . Global Discourse. 2015; : 1-6.|
|Branch, Jordan Sovereignty: frontiers of possibility. Settler Colonial Studies. 2013; 4 (1) : 120-122.|
|Branch, J. 'Colonial reflection' and territoriality: The peripheral origins of sovereign statehood. European Journal of International Relations. 2011; 18 (2) : 277-297.|
|Branch, Jordan Mapping the Sovereign State: Technology, Authority, and Systemic Change. International Organization. 2011; 65 (01) : 1-36.|
The Cartographic State: Maps, Territory, and the Origins of Sovereignty. Cambridge University Press (2014).
"Territorial Conflict in the Digital Age: Mapping Technologies and Negotiation." International Studies Quarterly (2017).
“Territory as an Institution: Spatial Ideas, Practices, and Technologies.” Territory, Politics, Governance (2017).
"Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in International Relations.” International Organization (2016).
“How Should States Be Shaped? Contiguity, Compactness, and Territorial Rights.” International Theory (2016).
"'Colonial Reflection' and Territoriality: The Peripheral Origins of Sovereign Statehood." European Journal of International Relations 18:2 (2012).
"Mapping the Sovereign State: Technology, Authority, and Systemic Change." International Organization 65:1 (2011).
|POLS 0400 - Introduction to International Politics|
|POLS 1260 - Maps and Politics|
|POLS 1822X - Technology and International Politics|
|POLS 2060 - International Relations and History|
|POLS 2165 - Territorial Conflict|