Thinking Global Podcast – Maurice Stierl

E-International Relations • Dec 11 2023 • Features

Maurice Stierl speaks about how time is weaponized in relation to EU Migration Policy, migrant resistance, the ‘messy’ entanglement of borders, and resistance as method.

Poems from Guantánamo: Writing as an Everyday Practice of Resistance

Yesa Portela Ormond • Nov 6 2023 • Articles

The Guantánamo poems show us that lives are connected, no matter where “we” are and no matter when “we” are. Like an everyday practice of resistance that is not ours, but talks to us.

Interview – Inderpal Grewal

E-International Relations • Sep 28 2023 • Features

Inderpal Grewal talks about transnational feminism, intersectionality, resistance and her interest in how empires create cultures that support the imperial project.

Interview – Katharine Millar

E-International Relations • Jan 12 2023 • Features

Katharine Millar highlights the importance of gendered narratives and norms to the study of international politics, particularly violence, militarism, and cybersecurity.

Review – The People Are Not an Image

Kelly Lewis • Oct 6 2021 • Features

Snowdon’s book reshapes the political imaginary of the reader and re-evaluates protest videos as vernacular devices.

Interview – Gwilym David Blunt

E-International Relations • Aug 27 2020 • Features

Gwilym David Blunt discusses global poverty as a crime against humanity, the right to resist, Black Lives Matter, and how COVID-19 has shaped resistance.

Interview – Jenna Marshall

E-International Relations • May 28 2020 • Features

Jenna Marshall discusses her research on the politics of pedagogy in the Caribbean and how Pan-African social social movements help us rethink international development.

Interview – Dean Cooper-Cunningham

E-International Relations • Apr 25 2020 • Features

Dean Cooper-Cunningham discusses the benefits of using visual methods in IR, responses to Russian political queerphobia and the visuality of resistance and (in)security.

Interview – Anne-Kathrin Kreft

E-International Relations • Nov 29 2019 • Features

Anne-Kathrin Kreft talks about the discourse and perceptions around conflict-related sexual violence and reflects on the affects of sensitive fieldwork on researchers.

Visualising the Drone: War Art as Embodied Resistance

Federica Caso • May 16 2018 • Articles

War art belongs to an aesthetics that is derived from practical and real-world encounters, and which sets to apprehend the world via sense-based and affective processes.

The Study of Peace and Conflict: in Need of (Intellectual) Insurgency?

John Gledhill • Apr 26 2018 • Articles

Why do we associate resistance with violence, despite the fact that nonviolent revolt is common and far more effective than violent insurgency?

A 21-year-old Reform Movement on the Brink of Success

Patricia Sohn • Jan 26 2018 • Articles

It is about time to support the democratic movement in Iran in any way that we feasibly can. In this effort, context and local knowledge matter greatly.

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