Theory & Governance
Dr. Jen Mustapha, Huron College
mONDAYS 9:30-11:30PM EDT (GMT-4)
Pols 3335E - OWL POrtal
Security Governance & Knowledge
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NO ZOOM CLASS on Thanksgiving Monday (Oct 12)
We begin our discussion prompts and peer responses in the module starting in Week 4. Based on the survey I sent out you will be doing this in the Padlet, which I have embedded directly into the page here. Let me know if you have any questions. If it is your week, your discussion prompt Qs must be posted by noon on Sunday.
*Security Organizations and Institutions
Adler, E., & Greve, P. (2009). When security community meets balance of power: overlapping regional mechanisms of security governance. Review of international studies, 35(S1), 59-84
Krahmann, Elke. From state to non-state actors: The emergence of security governance. (2005) NY: Palgrave MacMillan, pp 3-19
Haftendorn, H. (1991). The security puzzle: theory-building and discipline-building in international security. International studies quarterly, 35(1), 3-17.
FULL SLIDE DECK FOR WEEK 4 HERE
Security Scholarship: Power, Information and Authority
Hugh Gusterson (1999) “Missing the End of the Cold War in International Security” in J. Weldes, M. Laffey, H. Gusterson and R. Duvall (eds.) Cultures of Insecurity: States, Communities, and the Production of Danger. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, pp. 319-45
This week includes a research skills workshop during the synchronous meeting. ATTENDANCE IS REQUIRED
There is no primer video for week 5 since we will be having a guest followed by discussion.
If anyone is interested in that panel I will be on regarding Canada's stake in the upcoming US election, you can find details of the event and a link to live-stream it this Wednesday October 14th at 6pm Eastern Daylight Time HERE