Theory & Governance
Dr. Jen Mustapha, Huron College
mONDAYS 9:30-11:30PM EDT (GMT-4)
Pols 3335E - OWL POrtal
Stories of Security-
Freedom & Revolution
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Discussion prompts and peer responses continue. 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.
*People & Peace: The Welsh School and Critical Approaches
Ken Booth (1991) “Security and Emancipation” Review of International Studies, vol. 17 (4), pp. 313-326
Browning, Christopher S. and Matt McDonald (2011) The future of Critical Security Studies: Ethics and Politics of Security. European Journal of International Relations 19(2): 235-255
Cox, R. W. (1981). Social forces, states and world orders: beyond international relations theory. Millennium, 10(2), 126-155.
THE SLIDE DECK FOR WEEK 8 CAN BE FOUND HERE
*Discourse and Things: International Political Sociology (IPS) Approaches
Diez, T. (2004). Europe's Others and the Return of Geopolitics. Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 17(2), 319-335
Holmqvist, C. (2013). Undoing war: War ontologies and the materiality of drone warfare. Millennium, 41(3), 535-552
David Campbell (1998) “On Dangers and their Interpretation” in Writing Security: United States Foreign Policy and the Politics of Identity. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, pp. 1-15
THE SLIDE DECK FOR WEEK 9 CAN BE FOUND HERE
*Otherness, Gender and the Body: Feminist and Post-Colonial Approaches
Laura Sjoberg (2009) “Introduction to Security Studies: Feminist Contributions” Security Studies, vol. 18, pp. 183-213
Wibben, Annick T.R. (2004) “Feminist International Relations: Old Debates and New Directions.” Brown Journal of World Affairs X(2): 97-114
Tarak Barkawi and Mark Laffey (2006) “The Postcolonial Moment in Security Studies” Review of International Studies vol. 32 (2), pp. 329-52
Bilgin, P. (2010). The ‘Western-centrism’of security studies: ‘Blind spot’or constitutive practice? Security Dialogue, 41(6), 615-62
THE SLIDE DECK FOR WEEK 10 CAN BE FOUND HERE
[I will not be posting a primer video this week since it's the end of term and no one has time to watch it!]
Here is a humorous look at a "perfect world" envisioned by a caricatured version of Standpoint Feminist IR. To be clear, this is not what is actually imagined but a funny clip nevertheless!