Professor Emeritus, Political Science Department
Senior Research Associate, Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration
Critical Issues for the United States (team-taught)
PSC 321, Populism & Conspiracy Culture
PSC 372, Marxist Theory & the Politics of Class Power
Highest degree earned
Areas of Expertise
Global political economy, militarism & U.S. global power, neoliberalism and business hegemony, hegemony & right-wing populism
Research Grant Awards and Projects
I am currently working on a project that explores some of the most significant facets of right-wing populism in American politics and culture, from its role in the suppression of radicalism during the 20th century, to its deployment as an alibi for the lost war in Vietnam and as a cultural imperative to "Support the Troops" in America's contemporary military adventures, to the role of the gun lobby and gun rights culture in mediating between corporate neoliberalism and right-wing conspiracism in the present day. These thematically related papers will eventually form the core of another book.
These papers, and some others from earlier phases of my career, are available online at Academia.edu.
Mark Rupert and M. Scott Solomon (2006) Globalization and International Political Economy: The Politics of Alternative Futures (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield).
Mark Rupert (2000) Ideologies of Globalization: Contending Visions of a New World Order (London: Routledge).
Mark Rupert (1995) Producing Hegemony: The Politics of Mass Production and American Global Power (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).
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