Heritage Hall 411
Research Interests: International conflict and conflict management, international security, research methodology, international relations theory, foreign policy, international law and diplomacy
Office Hours: M/W 12:00 p.m. - 2:00; and by appointment
- BS, Portland State University, 1996
- MA, Portland State University, 1998
- PhD, University of Arizona, 2004
Professor Corbetta joined the Department of Government at UAB in 2005. He teaches courses in International Relations and Political Methodology. His current research focuses on conflict expansion, networks in international relations, major power states in international politics, and international law.
- International Law
- Seminar in International Relations
- Introduction to Research Methods
- Introduction to Statistical Analysis
- Introduction to International Relations
- American Foreign Policy
- International Security
Renato Corbetta et al., eds., Major Powers and the Quest for Status in International Politics (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011).
- "Intervention in Conflicts from a Network Perspective," with Keith A. Grant, Conflict Management and Peace Science 29 (No. 3, 2012): 314–40.
- "Determinants of Third Parties' Intervention and Alignment Choices in Ongoing Conflicts, 1946-2001," Foreign Policy Analysis 6 (No. 1, 2010): 61–85.
- "Danger Beyond Dyads: Third Party Participants in Interstate Disputes," with William J. Dixon, Conflict Management and Peace Science 22 (No. 1, 2005): 39-61.
- American Political Science Association
- Midwest Political Science Association
- International Studies Association
- Peace Science Society (International)
- Upsilon Mu chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha (the National Political Science Honor Society), advisor