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Thomas Worth

Ph.D. Student
International Relations
Political Theory
Research Interests: 
History of International Thought, Gender & International Relations, Feminist & Queer Theory, Pedagogy

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Thomas Worth is a second-year Ph.D. Student studying Political Theory and International Relations. His research interests include the theoretical and historical underpinnings of modern IR as well as gender hierarchies present throughout all levels of the international system. Thomas is currently a Teaching Assistant for Conflict Resolution.

Prior to coming to Madison, Thomas worked as a Community Engagement Researcher for Portland Community College (PCC) and as a Hatfield Research Fellow for Portland State University (PSU). Thomas received his Associate of Arts from PCC (2011) and Bachelor of Science in Political Science from PSU (2013), as well as a Master of Arts in International Relations from the University of Chicago (2014).