Author profile: Stefanie Fishel

Stefanie Fishel is an assistant professor in the Department of Gender and Race Studies specializing in political theory and global politics. She earned her doctorate from The Johns Hopkins University in 2011. Her publications include The Microbial State: Global Thriving and the Body Politic (2017);Politics of the Living Dead: Race and Exceptionalism in the Apocalypse,” Millennium: A Journal of International Studies (June 2017); “Theorizing Violence in the Responsibility to Protect” in Critical Studies on Security (2013); a chapter entitled “Microbes” in Making Things International 1: Circuits and Motion (University of Minnesota Press, 2015); and ”Planet Politics: A Manifesto from the End of IR” in Millennium: Journal of International Studies (October 2016).

 

Is Climate Change a Threat Multiplier? R2P and Environmental Disasters

Is Climate Change a Threat Multiplier? R2P and Environmental Disasters

R2P’s expanded notion of sovereignty as responsibility may be flexible enough to add to effective climate change response, but it cannot address the long term ecological crises we face.

Performing the Posthuman: An Essay in Three Acts

Performing the Posthuman: An Essay in Three Acts

If last century was more about freeing the carbon than it was about freeing humanity from its chains, this century could be able to understand our posthuman condition.

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