Author profile: Filippo Costa Buranelli

Filippo Costa Buranelli holds a PhD in International Relations in the Department of War Studies, King’s College London, where he is currently a Research Assistant and Teaching Fellow. He was awarded the English School Award for the Outstanding Paper presented by a Junior Scholar at the 2015 ISA Annual General Meeting. His research has been published in Millennium, the Journal of Eurasian Studies and Global Discourse.

The State of the Art of the English School

Filippo Costa Buranelli • Jan 12 2016 • Articles

The English School has resisted well to criticism and calls for closure over the years, refining some of its under-specified aspects without losing its central identity.

The State of the Art of the English School

Filippo Costa Buranelli • Sep 18 2015 • Articles

The English School has resisted well to criticism and calls for closure over the years, refining some of its under-specified aspects without losing its central identity

Regional International Societies, the Polysemy of Institutions and Global International Society

Filippo Costa Buranelli • Aug 1 2013 • Articles

The regional agenda of the English School has so far neglected the polysemy of institutions within international society, which in turn relies on a distinction between norms and rules.

Is the English School a Form of Protoconstructivism?

Filippo Costa Buranelli • Jul 8 2012 • Essays

By assessing the constructivist elements within the theoretical tradition of the English School, it is possible to discern if it should be seen as protoconstructivist or as an autonomous theory.


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