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Review – Becoming

Review – Becoming

Obama’s account of her personal struggles growing up and as First Lady brings relevant questions of race and gender in US and international politics to the fore.

Interview – Zeynep Gülşah Çapan

Interview – Zeynep Gülşah Çapan

Zeynep Gülşah Çapan talks about postcolonial approaches, the abyssal line, the decolonisation of international relations and the curriculum, and the process of unlearning.

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Aquaman: a New Year Parable In Race and Ethnicity

The recent Hollywood adaptation of Aquaman provides an important metaphor for racial conflict, and a timely talking point in modern society.

Interview – PJ Brendese

Interview – PJ Brendese

PJ Brendese discusses his work exploring public memory, forgetting, relationships to memory and their link to democratic possibilities, and recent debates over monuments.

Interview – Lisa Tilley

Interview – Lisa Tilley

Lisa Tilley discusses the relationship between the urban and the international, the political economy of knowledge, and the potential for theory to be subversive.

Review – Seeing White

Review – Seeing White

This affecting podcast series considers whiteness, privilege, and structural racism, and provides useful insights for the analysis of IR and knowledge production.

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Interview – Robbie Shilliam

Robbie Shilliam talks about the obstacles to decolonizing the academy, postcolonial politics, his forthcoming book Race and the Undeserving Poor and studying IR theory.

The Impact of White Supremacy on US Foreign Policy towards Africa

The Impact of White Supremacy on US Foreign Policy towards Africa

America’s failure to confront its racial history, specifically white supremacy, will prevent it from making the most appropriate decisions about aid or policy,

Contract Slavery? On the Political Economy of Domestic Work in Lebanon

Contract Slavery? On the Political Economy of Domestic Work in Lebanon

The gender dimension of the political economy of foreign domestic work in Lebanon manifests itself in the first instance in an exploitative maternalistic system.

Review – Frantz Fanon: Philosopher of the Barricades

Review – Frantz Fanon: Philosopher of the Barricades

Peter Hudis’ book is a concise yet rich contribution to the literature on the life and work of Frantz Fanon, which convincingly demonstrates Fanon’s continued relevance.

10th Anniversary Interview – J. Ann Tickner

10th Anniversary Interview – J. Ann Tickner

To celebrate E-IR’s 10th anniversary we asked some of our existing interviewees two further questions reflecting on the last decade in International Relations.

10th Anniversary Interview – Melanie Richter-Montpetit

10th Anniversary Interview – Melanie Richter-Montpetit

Dr Melanie Richter-Montpetit reflects on what books, or other media, published in the last 10 years has made the most impact on the discipline of International Relations.

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