Martha Finnemore

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Martha Finnemore (lahir 1959)[1] adalah ilmuwan hubungan internasional konstruktivis, dan dosen[2] Elliott School of International Affairs di Univesitas George Washington. Ia dikenal lewat buku-bukunya, National Interests in International Society, The Purpose of Intervention, dan Rules for the World (bersama Michael Barnett) yang mencetuskan aliran konstruktivisme. Pada tahun 2009, survei dosen hubungan internasional di sepuluh negara menempatkan Finnemore di antara 25 akademisi HI paling berpengaruh di dunia dan 5 akademisi HI yang menghasilkan karya paling menarik dalam lima tahun terakhir;[3] survei sebelumnya juga menempatkan Finnemore di dua kategori yang sama.[4] Pada tahun 2011, ia terpilih sebagai anggota American Academy of Arts and Sciences.[5]

Finnemore mendapatkan gelar B.A. dari Harvard, M.A. dari Universitas Sydney, dan Ph.D. pada tahun 1991 dari Universitas Stanford.[6][7] Suaminya, David Furth,[8] adalah kepala Biro Keselamatan Masyarakat dan Keamanan Dalam Negeri di Komisi Komunikasi Federal Amerika Serikat.[9]

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  1. ^ As listed in Thamassat University library catalog.
  2. ^ Announced Nov. 21, 2011: http://gwtoday.gwu.edu/people/marthafinnemorenameduniversityprofessor.
  3. ^ Jordan, Richard; Maliniak, Daniel; Oakes, Amy; Peterson, Susan; Tierney, Michael J. (2009), One Discipline or Many? TRIP Survey of International Relations Faculty in Ten Countries (PDF) . For 2014 results that if anything ranked her even more highly see 2014 FP Ivory Tower Survey. 
  4. ^ Peterson, Susan; Tierney, Michael J.; Maliniak, Daniel (2005), Teaching and Research Practices, Views on the Discipline, and Policy Attitudes of International Relations Faculty at U.S. Colleges and Universities (PDF) .
  5. ^ Article on election to AAAS .
  6. ^ Finnemore's web page at GWU.
  7. ^ Entry for her thesis, "Science, the state, and international society", in the Stanford library system.
  8. ^ National Interests in International Society, p. xi.
  9. ^ Acting Chairman Copps Announces David Furth as Acting Chief of the Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau, FCC, January 28, 2009.
  10. ^ Review by Rob Dixon in Millennium 26: 170 (1997), DOI:10.1177/03058298970260010313.
  11. ^ Review by David Dessler in American Journal of Sociology 103: 785–786 (1997), DOI:10.1086/231265.
  12. ^ Review by Ted Hopf in American Political Science Review 93: 752–754 (1999), DOI:10.2307/2585645.
  13. ^ Review by Simon Collard-Wexler in Millennium 33: 183 (2004), DOI:10.1177/03058298040330010906.
  14. ^ Review by Georg Nolte in European Journal of International Law 16: 167–169 (2005), DOI:10.1093/ejil/chi113.
  15. ^ Review by Richard Ned Lebow in Journal of Cold War Studies 8: 148–149 (1006), DOI:10.1162/jcws.2006.8.1.148.
  16. ^ a b GWU Elliott School Professor Finnemore Awarded for her Rules of the World, GWU, November 29, 2005.
  17. ^ Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award, APSA.
  18. ^ Review by Michelle Egan in Millennium 34: 591 (2006), DOI:10.1177/03058298060340021703.
  19. ^ Review by Pepper D. Culpepper in Perspectives on Politics 4: 623–625 (2006), DOI:10.1017/S1537592706670369.
  20. ^ Review by Jacob Katz Cogan in The American Journal of International Law 100: 278–281 (2006), DOI:10.2307/3518865.
  21. ^ Review by Paul F. Diehl in Journal of Cold War Studies 9: 129–130 (2007), DOI:10.1162/jcws.2007.9.4.129.