The International Relations of Middle-Earth
Patrick James, professor of international relations at USC, talked about his book, The International Relations of Middle-Earth: Learning from Lord of the Rings, in which he explains international relations using themes found in the book Lord of the Rings. The book is based on a course Professor James teaches. He spoke about his book on Maria Armoudian’s KPFK radio program, “The Scholars' Circle.” close
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Patrick James Professor University of Southern California->International Relations
Maria Armoudian Host KPFK-Radio, Santa Monica->Scholar's Circle
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