Book Review: Routledge Handbook of International Political Sociology edited by Xavier Guillaume and Pinar Bilgin

In Routledge Handbook of International Political Sociology, editors Xavier Guillaumeand Pinar Bilgin bring together contributors to explore methodologies, theories and sites of analysis emerging out of and extending beyond the meeting point of international, political and sociological study. Hesham Shafick explores how the… Continue Reading

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Principle Investigator: Sophie Harman Funding Agency: Higher Education Innovation Fund The project features a drama on the life of an AIDS patient in Tanzania, PILI. The film is based on the stories of real women living with HIV/AIDS in the… Continue Reading

The Gender Politics of Demilitarisation

Principal Investigator: Maria O’ReillyFunding Agency: Jointly-funded by Arts and Humanities Research Council and Economic and Social Research CouncilThis project examines the relationship between gender, agency and international security, looking in particular at the case of (post-)conflict Bosnia & Herzegovina. It… Continue Reading

Contemporary Africa Rising Narratives

Principle Investigator: Clive Gabay Funding Agency: Arts and Humanities Research Council Through empirical archival research, the project explores the British policy towards Africa in three historical periods marked with the narrative of “Africa rising”: Missionary societies working in Southern Africa… Continue Reading

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Doing IPS brings together researchers working in the broad area of International Political Sociology (IPS). They explore (a) different theoretical and methodological lines of thought that are deployed in IPS, (b) key themes of debate that are currently shaping IPS,… Continue Reading