Madeline Baer

Madeline Baer
Associate Professor, Diplomacy and World Affairs
B.A., American University; M.A., Ph.D., University of California, Irvine
Appointed In: 
2019
Office: 
Johnson Hall 204
Hours: 

Mon/Wed 2:00-3:30 and by appt.

Madeline Baer’s research and teaching focuses on global political economy, human rights, and water policy with a regional focus on Latin America. Read her Oxy Story profile.

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Stemming the Tide: Human Rights and Water Policy in a Neoliberal World (Oxford University Press, 2017) explores the implications of defining access to water and sanitation services as human rights. Her work on water policy and human rights appears in Studies in Comparative International Development, the Journal of Human Rights, and Third World Quarterly, among others. Her current book project explores changes to international law on economic and social human rights including the rights to food, water, housing, education, and health care.

Courses

DWA 103           Introduction to Global Political Economy

DWA 229          Introduction to Human Rights: Focus on Latin America

DWA 280           Globalization and Development: Issues and Controversies