Author profile: Klaus Dodds

Klaus Dodds is Professor of Geopolitics in the department of Geography at Royal Holloway University of London. He has published widely on geopolitics and the polar regions, and plays a key role in the MSc in Geopolitics and Security. He is author of many books, including Geopolitics: A Very Short Introduction (OUP 2014) and International Politics and Film (Columbia University Press 2014 with Sean Carter).

Popular Geopolitics and the ‘War on Terror’

Popular Geopolitics and the ‘War on Terror’

Representational logics, emotion and affect, and intertextuality offer methodological insights into how popular geopolitics connects to the war on terror.

A Political Geographer in New York: Visiting the 9/11 Memorial and Museum

A Political Geographer in New York: Visiting the 9/11 Memorial and Museum

While scholars have spoken about the WTC and its reconstruction, there is more to be said about the way the visitor is enrolled into the material cultures of 9/11.

The Umbrella: Bodies, Deportment and Geopolitics

The Umbrella: Bodies, Deportment and Geopolitics

The role of objects in world politics continues to deserve our attention, including the ways in which human and non-human agency combine to re-engineer the umbrella.

Man-Up Mr Snowden! Masculinities and National Security

Man-Up Mr Snowden! Masculinities and National Security

Ever since news broke that Edward Snowden was the National Security Agency ‘leaker’ and fugitive, discussion has raged about his masculinity, including his sexuality.

The Popular Geopolitics of Mysterious Flights: MH370 and Herge’s Flight 714

The Popular Geopolitics of Mysterious Flights: MH370 and Herge’s Flight 714

Following the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines MH377, there has appeared a space for the creative and conspiratorial to flourish.

Review – International Security

Review – International Security

Browning’s book succeeds in conveying to both academic and general readers some of the core issues surrounding the term ‘international security’.

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