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Pedagogy and Pop Culture: Pop Culture as Teaching Tool and Assessment Practice

Pedagogy and Pop Culture: Pop Culture as Teaching Tool and Assessment Practice

While pop culture is not without its problems, it offers differing, potentially more accessible insights on the international that are not found in standard IR textbooks.

The Challenges of Teaching Popular Culture and World Politics

The Challenges of Teaching Popular Culture and World Politics

A common mistake when teaching popular culture and world politics is to overestimate the skill set that students will bring with them into the course.

Imperial Imaginaries: Employing Science Fiction to Talk about Geopolitics

Imperial Imaginaries: Employing Science Fiction to Talk about Geopolitics

Pop Culture stages debates on complex topics associated with the history of imperialism, geopolitical thinking and the relationship between territory, space and power.

What Does (the Study of) World Politics Sound Like?

What Does (the Study of) World Politics Sound Like?

Music and music-making can enhance a body of work that looks to de-reify received analytical categories of the discipline and thereby continue to enrich its key debates.

Collage: An Art-inspired Methodology for Studying Laughter in World Politics

Collage: An Art-inspired Methodology for Studying Laughter in World Politics

To think through collage is to invent and apply conceptual frames and create juxtapositions that disrupt and render historically contingent accepted knowledge practices.

Military Videogames, Geopolitics and Methods

Military Videogames, Geopolitics and Methods

A player-based approach unveils actual experiences of videogames offering a creative and grounded approach to a fuller understanding of pop culture in world politics.

Videogames and IR: Playing at Method

Videogames and IR: Playing at Method

Methodologically, a constructive encounter with videogames relies on reflection on narrative, visual and aural elements, and gameplay.

Film and World Politics

Film and World Politics

To appreciate this politics of film for IR we can contrast the way film challenges the more static media within which exchanges of recognition among states takes place

Moon Trek

Worlds of Our Making in Science Fiction and International Relations

Sci-fi is able to pose fictional worlds that, while cognitively coherent on their own terms, inevitably maintain a link with the experiences we share in our own world

The Hidden Politics of Militarization and Pop Culture as Political Communication

The Hidden Politics of Militarization and Pop Culture as Political Communication

Unless we pay attention to what is happening beyond the most visibly militarised context we will miss an important dimension to the logics of militarisation.

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.

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