GEM PhD School

Globalisation, Europe & Multilateralism

Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate

Raffaele MARCHETTI

Raffaele  MARCHETTI My homepage: http://docenti.luiss.it/rmarchetti/

Academic Degrees & Titles

Assistant Professor in International Relations - Department of Political Science and School of Government Holder of a Jean Monnet European Module on EU’s Engagement with Civil Society funded by the European Commission-EACEA (2012-2015). Jean Monnet Fellow in International Relations (EUI) PhD in International Political Theory (LSE) Laurea in Philosophy (La Sapienza)

Research Area(s)

International Relations (global politics, globalization, great powers, civil society)

Specific Research Interest(s)

Teaching(s)

International Relations Theories of Globalization EU, Global Governance and Civil Society

Suggested Fields of Inquiry

Legitimacy, Grand Strategies, and World Order Transnational Actors Global Democracy EU Foreign Policy

Overview of Publications

BOOKS (authored) Constructing Global Legitimacy: The Competition for World Order, manuscript in preparation. Global Governance and Civil Society, manuscript in preparation. 2010: Manuale di politica internazionale, Milan: Egea-Università Bocconi Editore-UBE (co-authors: F.Mazzei and F.Petito) 2010:Democrazia globale: Principi, istituzioni e lotte per la nuova inclusione politica, Milan: Vita & Pensiero (translation from English) 2008: Global Democracy: For and Against. Ethical Theory, Institutional Design, and Social Struggles, London-New York: Routledge (2009, pb edition). BOOKS (edited) 2013: Contemporary Political Agency: Theory and Practice, forth., London: Routledge. 2011: Conflict Society and Peacebuilding, forth., Delhi: Routledge (co-editor: N.Tocci). 2011: Global Democracy: Normative and Empirical Perspectives, forth., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (co-editors: D.Archibugi and M.Koenig-Archibugi). 2011: Civil Society, Conflicts, and the Politicization of Human Rights, forth., Tokyo: United Nations University Press (co-editor: N.Tocci). 2010: European Union and Global Democracy, Zagreb: CPI (co-editor D. Vidović). JOURNAL SPECIAL ISSUES 2010: Symposium on Global Democracy, Ethics and International Affairs, 24, 1: 13-90 (co-editor: T.MacDonald). ARTICLES (in international, peer-reviewed journals) 2010: Fighting Transnational Exclusion: From Cosmopolitanism to Global Democracy, New Political Science, 3, 1: 103-110. 2010: Symposium on Global Democracy: Introduction, Ethics and International Affairs, 24, 1: 13-18 (with T.MacDonald). 2009: Global Citizenship: The Case of Migrants and Residents, Refugee Watch. A South Asian Journal on Forced Migration, 34: 56-68. 2009: Conflict Society: Understanding the Role of Civil Society in Conflict, Global Change, Peace and Security, 21: 2: 201-17 (with N.Tocci). 2009: Mapping Alternative Models of Global Politics, International Studies Review, 11, 1: 133-56. 2008: Toward a World Migratory Regime, Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, 15, 2: 471-487. 2008: A Matter of Drawing Boundaries: Global Democracy and International Exclusion, Review of International Studies, 34, 2: 207-224. 2006: Global Governance or World Federalism? A Cosmopolitan Dispute on Institutional Models, Global Society. Journal of Interdisciplinary International Relations, 20, 3: 287-305. 2006: Right to Universal Mobility: A Consequentialist Cosmopolitan Reading, Éthique et économique / Ethics and Economics, 4: 1; on-line. 2005: Interaction-Dependent Justice and the Problem of International Exclusion, Constellations, An International Journal of Critical and Democratic Theory, 12: 4: 487-50. BOOK CHAPTERS 2012: Cosmopolitanism and Global Democratization: Project or Process? in G.Delanty (ed.) Handbook of Cosmopolitan Studies, London: Routledge. 2011: Global Networks of Civil Society and the Politics of Change, in D.Barrier, M.Pianta, P.Utting (eds.) Social Mobilization, Global Justice and Policy Reform in Europe: Understanding When Change Happens, London: Routledge (with M. Pianta). 2011: Managing Migration Globally, in J. Satvinder (ed.) The Ashgate Research Companion to Migration Theory & Policy, Ashgate: London. 2011: Models of Global Democracy: In Defence of Cosmo-Federalism, in D.Archibugi, M.Koenig-Archibugi, and R. Marchetti (eds.) Global Democracy: Normative and Empirical Perspectives, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 22-46. 2011: Conflict Society and Human Rights: An Analytical Framework, in R.Marchetti and N.Tocci (eds.) Civil Society, Ethnic Conflicts, and the Politicization of Human Rights, Tokyo: United Nations University Press, 47-72 (with N. Tocci). 2011: Redefining EU Engagement with Conflict Society, in R.Marchetti and N.Tocci (eds.) Civil Society, Ethnic Conflicts, and the Politicization of Human Rights, Tokyo: United Nations University Press, 181-203 (with N. Tocci). 2011: Transnational Activism and the Global Justice Movement, in G.Delanty and S.Turner (eds.) Handbook of Contemporary Social and Political Theory, London: Routledge, 428-38 (with D. della Porta). 2010: EU as a Cosmopolitan Model for Global Democracy?, in R.Marchetti and D. Vidovic (eds.) EU and Global Democracy, Zagreb: CPI, 131-167. 2010: Global Democracy, in R.A.Danemark (ed.) The International Studies Compendium Project-Section on International Ethics, Oxford: Blackwell, Vol. V: 3007-3023. 2009: Civilizationism and the Political Debate on Globalization, in M. S. Michális & F. Petito (eds) Civilizational Dialogue and World Order. The Other Politics of Cultures, Religions and Civilizations in International Relations, London: Palgrave, 93-110. 2009: Crossing Borders. Transnational Activism in European Social Movements, in D. della Porta (ed.) Democracy in Movement. Conceptions and practices of democracy in contemporary social movements, London: Palgrave, 234-61 (with M.Pianta and D.Zola) 2009: Democratic Ethics and United Nations Reform, in A. Franceschet (ed.) The Ethics of Global Governance, Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 51-66 (with D. Archibugi). 2007: The Global Justice Movements: The Transnational Dimension, in D. della Porta (ed.), The Global Justice Movement: A Cross-national and Transnational Perspective, Boulder, CO: Paradigm, 29-51 (with M.Pianta). 2006: Human Rights as Global Participatory Entitlements, in R. Tinnevelt and G. Verschraegen (eds.) Between Cosmopolitan Ideals and State Sovereignty. Studies on Global Justice, London: Palgrave-Macmillan, 159-69. 2005: Consequentialist Cosmopolitanism and Global Political Agency, J.Eade and D.O'Byrne (eds.), Global Ethics and Civil Society, Aldershot: Ashgate, 57-73.