Publications

Books
 
Outer Space Development, International Relations and Space Law: A Method for Understanding Newly Emerging Space Industries (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, New Castle on Tyne, United Kingdom: 2012)
 
Outsiders’ Guide to Understanding Outer Space Development (Philadelphia, PA: Xlibris, 2004)
 
Understanding Legal Forms to Jumpstart a Business (1st Books Library/Authorhouse, 2000)

Doctoral Dissertation
 
The Politics of Space Law in the Post Cold War Era: Understanding Regime Change, Department of Politics and International Affairs, Northern Arizona University, 2006.
 
 
Selected Articles

"Science, Technology and Imaginable Social and Behavioral Impacts as Outer Space Develops" by Edythe E. Weeks and Ayodele Adekunle Faiyetoleb, Acta Astronautica, Vol. 95 (February – March 2014) pp. 166–173at http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S009457651300386X

"Viewing Architectural Design as an Impetus to Spur Outer Space Development”, paper presentation and published article by Tracy S. Harris and Edythe E. Weeks, Design Principles and Practices: An International Journal Volume 5, Issue 4,  pp.127-148
 
“Science, Technology and the Social Impacts of Outer Space Development: A Pedagogical Approach to Sponsor Equality of Knowledge and Opportunity, Stream: The Politics and Economics of Science, International Journal of Science in Society, Volume 2, Issue 2, pp.189-202
 
“Tidying Up the Moon Treaty Prior to Construction”, co-authored paper presented at the International Astronautical Federation Congress, Session E7.2: 30 Years of the Moon Agreement,  Prague, Czech Republic, September-October 2010, published in the Colloquium Proceedings of the International Institute of Space Law
 
“Outer Space Development: Including Everyone in the Process” e-IR (July 9. 2010) at: http://www.e-ir.info/?author=845
 
 "Space Law: The Driver for Emerging Space Industries”, Center for International Education Newsletter, Northern Arizona University, January 2008 http://international.nau.edu/pdf/newsletter_spring_2008.pdf
 
"After Interdependence: Aren't We Back to Hegemony Yet? Revisiting Interdependence and the Law of the Sea, in a Unipolar Era", Revue de Droit International de Sciences Diplomatiques et Politiques (International Law Review-Geneva), Vol. 81, No. 2 (May-August, 2003) pp. 117-148

"U.S. Democracy as the Model for the Next New World: Forming an Even ‘More Perfect Union’ in Outer Space”, Proceedings of 7th Annual International Space University Symposium, Kluwer Academic Publishers, as Vol. 7 pp. 313-315 of the Space Studies Series, June 3-7, 2002
 

Highlighting the Chameleon Nature of Power: The Social Practice and Ideological Effects of the Label African-American”, Journal of Language and Politics Vol. 1, No. 2 (Spring 2002) pp. 323-354

 
“Continuing Patterns of Inequality Between North and South in Outer Space”, Revue de Droit International de Sciences Diplomatiques et Politiques (International Law Review-Geneva) Vol. 79: No. 2 (May-August, 2001) pp. 167-195
 
International Studies Association

“What International Relations Can Teach Us About Outer Space “Development,  International Studies Association-Midwest Joint Annual Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri: Issues of Inequality, November 4-7, 2010

 
International Astronautical Congress Proceedings
 
GLEX 2012
"Contemplating the Global Citizen Concept as a Method to Reduce Potential Cross-Cultural Barriers Likely to Hinder Peaceful Relations During Long Term Space Missions” by Cameron Ashkar and Edythe Weeks, Washington, D.C., May 22-24, 201
 

 “The Moon Treaty: A Chance for the United States to Shine” by Rebecca Clendenen and Edythe Weeks, Washington, D.C., May 22-24, 2012


           Small Outer Space Communities: Lessons Learned at Auroville
           Co-Author:  Ashkarkhizani, Cameron
           Outer Space Development as a Solution for Global Challenges
          Tidying up the Moon Treaty Prior to Construction 
           Co-Author: Force, M.K. 

IAC-08.E5.2.4 

          Who Will Be Left Behind as Outer Space Develops?

          Author: Weeks, Edythe

IAC-08.E8.1.13

Which Laws Will Govern Private Space Travel, Commercial Space Mining and Commercial Space Settlements?

Author: Weeks, Edythe

IAC-07-E1.I.09

Bringing Space Studies to “The People”

Author: Weeks, Edythe

IAC-07-E6.5.16

Power, Politics and Private Property Rights in Outer Space

Author: Weeks, Edythe

IAC-06-E6.5.16

Applying international space law precedent to space tourism, mining and settlement

Author: Weeks, Edythe

IAC-04-IAA.6.16.2.03

What the Entertainment Community Can Do to Excite the General Public about Outer Space Development

           Author: Weeks, Edythe

IAC-04-IISL.3.11

Previewing a Series of Potentially Cataclysmic Events

           Author: Weeks, Edythe

  

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