Culture, Security, Identity – Newcastle University

Culture, Security, Identity (CSI) is a blog from the community of scholars and research students based in Politics at Newcastle University. The blog explores the critique of dominant narratives and discourses of IR but eschews doctrinaire approaches that are blind to the particular, to issues of race, class and gender, or that insist upon the deployment of simple problem-solving theories.

What Does the Zombie Apocalypse Reveal About Canada-US Relations?

What Does the Zombie Apocalypse Reveal About Canada-US Relations?

Pat Martin’s jokes about emergency measures to combat a potential ‘zombie invasion’ are rich with subtext, challenging the conservative Americanisation of Canadian political culture.

Culture, Security, Identity: A Blog from Newcastle University

Culture, Security, Identity: A Blog from Newcastle University

e-IR’s latest blog will feature contributors from Newcastle University’s politics department, who will engage with the themes of culture, security and identity.

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