INRL 5000

Specialized Seminar:

Introduction to International Security Studies

 

 

Required/Essential (Online and print)

(Selected chapters or pages)

1. Williams, Paul D. (ed.) 2013. Security Studies: An Introduction. London: Routledge, 2nd ed. Call number: JZ5588 .S4297 2013 (NGL-General)

2. Collins, Alan (ed.) 2013. Contemporary Security Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 3rd ed. Call number: JZ5588 .C675 2007  (NGL General; AJL-General)

3. Cavelty, Myriam D. and Thierry Balzacq (eds.) 2017. Routledge Handbook of Security Studies. London: Routledge, 2nd ed. View (2009 Edition) Online: Click here Call number: UA10.5 .R69 2017 (NGL-General)

 

Recommended (Online and print)

Overview

1. Shepherd, Laura J. (ed.) 2013. Critical Approaches to Security: An Introduction to Theories and Methods. London: Routledge. View online: Click here

2. Peoples, Columba and Nick Vaughan-Williams. 2010. Critical Security Studies: An Introduction. London: Routledge. Call number: JZ5599 .P46 2010 (NGL-General)

3. Baldwin, David A. 1997. “The Concept of Security.” Review of International Studies, Vol. 23: 5-26. Click here

4. Buzan, Barry and Lene Hansen. 2009. The Evolution of International Security Studies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.View online: Click here;  Call number: JZ5588 .B887 2009 (NGL-General)

5. Bostrom, Nick and Milan M. Cirkovic (eds.) 2008. Global Catastrophic Risks. Oxford: Oxford University Press. View online: Click here

6. Salter, Mark B. and Can E. Mutlu (eds). 2013. Research Methods in Critical Security Studies. New York: Routledge.

 

Securitization Theory and Copenhagen School

1. Buzan, Barry, Ole Wæver and Jaap De Wilde. 1998. Security: A New Framework for Analysis. Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publications. View online: Click here; Call number: JZ5588 .B89 1998 (NGL-General; AJL-General)

2. Balzaq, Thierry (ed). 2011. Securitization Theory: How Security Problems Emerge and Dissolve. London: Routledge. View online: Click here; Call number: JZ5588 .S428 2011 (NGL-General)

3. Salter, Mark B (eds). “Securitization Theory: 20 years in Security Dialogue.” Security Dialogue, Virtual Special Issue, available at: https://journals.sagepub.com/sdi/securitizationtheory

4. Gad, Ulrik Pram and Karen Lund Petersen (eds). 2011. “Special issue on The Politics of Securitization.” Vol. 42, Issue 4-5, available at: https://journals.sagepub.com/toc/sdib/42/4-5

5. Vuori, Juha A. 2008. “Illocutionary Logic and Strands of Securitization: Applying the Theory of Securitization to the Study of Non-Democratic Political Orders.” European Journal of International Relations, Vol. 14, Issue 1: 65-99. Click here

6. Salter, Mark B. 2008. “Securitization and Desecuritization: a dramaturgical analysis of the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority.” Journal of International Relations and Development, Vol. 11: 321-349. Click here

7. Balzacq, Thierry, Stefano Guzzini, Michael C Williams, Ole Wæver and Heikki Patomäki. 2015. “Forum: What kind of theory – if any – is securitization? International Relations, Vol. 29, Issue 1: 1 – 41, DOI: 10.1177/0047117814526606. Click here

 

Feminist Security Studies

1. Sjoberg, Laura. 2013. Gendering Global Conflict. Toward Feminist Theory of War. New York: Columbia University Press. View online: Click here

2. Enloe, Cynthia. 2014. Bananas, Beaches, and Bases: Making Feminist Sense of International Politics. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2nd ed. View online: Click here; Call number: HQ1236 .E55 2000x (AJL-Reserve)

3. Aoláin Ni Fionnuala, Naomi Cahn, Dina Francesca Haynes, and Nahla Valji (eds). 2017. The Oxford Handbook of Gender and Conflict. Oxford: Oxford University Press. View online: Click here

4. Feron, Elise. 2018. Wartime Sexual Violence Against Men: Masculinities and Power in Conflict Zones. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield. View Online: Click here ;

5. Sjoberg, Laura and Caron E. Gentry. 2007. Mothers, Monsters, Whores: Women’s Violence in Global Politics. London: Zed Books. View online: Click here

6. Ribeiro, Sara Ferro, and Danaé van der Straten Ponthoz. 2017. International Protocol on the Documentation and Investigation of Sexual Violence in Conflict. UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office, 2nd ed. View online: Click here

7. Goldstein, Joshua S. 2001. War and Gender: How Gender Shapes the War System and Vice Versa. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. View online: Click here; Call number: HQ1236 .G65 2001 (AJL-General)

 

Other sources:

1. UN Women, https://www.unwomen.org/en

2. UN The Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, https://www.ohchr.org/EN/HRBodies/CEDAW/Pages/Introduction.aspx

3. Women in International Security, https://www.wiisglobal.org/

4. The Association for Women's Rights in Development, https://www.awid.org/

5. The WomanStats Project, http://www.womanstats.org/

 

Feminist/Gender Journals:

1. Gender & Society, SAGE, https://journals.sagepub.com/home/gas

2. Psychology of Women Quarterly, SAGE, https://journals.sagepub.com/home/pwq

3. Politics & Gender, Cambridge, https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/politics-and-gender

4. International Feminist Journal of Politics, Routledge, https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rfjp20/current

5. Men and Masculinities, SAGE, https://journals.sagepub.com/home/jmm

6. Journal of Men’s Studies, SAGE, https://journals.sagepub.com/home/men

 

Critical Security Studies

1. Booth, Ken. 2007. Theory of World Security. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Call number: JZ5588 .B67 2007 (NGL-General)

2. Booth, Ken. 1991. “Security and emancipation.” Review of International Studies, Vol. 17, Issue 4: 313-326. Click here

3. Fierke, Karin M. 2015. Critical Approaches to International Security. Cambridge: Polity Press, 2nd ed. View online: Click here ; Call number: JZ5588 .F54 2015 (NGL-General)

4. Krause Keith and Michael C. Williams (eds.). 1997. Critical Security Studies: Concepts and Cases. Minneapolis: University of Minneapolis Press. View online: Click here

5. Bilgic, Ali. 2015. “’Real People in Real Places’: Conceptualizing power for emancipatory security through Tahrir.” Security Dialogue, Vol. 46 (3): 272-290. Click here

6. Ngcoya, Mvuselelo. 2015. “Ubuntu: Toward an Emancipatory Cosmopolitanism?” International Political Sociology, Vol. 9: 248-262.

 

Human Security

1. Martin, Mary and Taylor Own (eds). 2014. Routledge Handbook of Human Security. London: Routledge. View online: Click here; Call number: JC571 .R772 2014 (NGL-General)

2. Human Security Unit. 2016. Human Security Handbook. New York: United Nations Trust Fund for Human Security, United Nations. View online: Click here

3. MacFarlane, Neil S. and Yuen Foong Khong. 2006. Human Security and the UN: A Critical History. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. View online: Click here

4. Murdie, Amanda. 2014. Help or Harm: The Human Security Effects of International NGOs. Stanford: Sanford University Press. View online: Click here

5. Pasha, Mustapha K (ed). 2013. Globalization, Difference, and Human Security. Oxon: Routledge. View online: Click here

6. Mariha, Natasha. 2013. “Some humans are more Human than Others: Troubling the ‘human’ in human security from a critical feminist perspective.” Security Dialogue, Vol. 44, Issue 1: 19-35. Click here

7. Newman, Edward. 2010. “Critical Human Security Studies.” Review of International Relations, Vol. 36, Issue 1: 77-94. Click here

 

Other sources:

1. United Nations Trust Fund for Human Security, https://www.un.org/humansecurity/

2. Human Security Centre, http://www.hscentre.org/

3. The Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC), https://www.gppac.net/what-we-do/human-security

4. Berghof Foundation, https://www.berghof-foundation.org/en/

5. Center for Strategic & International Studies, https://www.csis.org/topics/human-rights/human-security

6. WorldBank, https://www.worldbank.org/

7. United Nations Development Programme, http://hdr.undp.org/en

8. Governance and Social Development Resource Centre, https://gsdrc.org/

 

Journals:

1. Journal of Human Security, Librello, http://www.librelloph.com/journalofhumansecurity/index

2. Journal on Migration and Human Security, SAGE, https://journals.sagepub.com/home/mhs

3. Praxis. The Fletcher Journal of Human Security. The Fletcher School, https://sites.tufts.edu/praxis/

 

Strategic Studies

1. Gray, Colin S. 1999. Modern Strategy. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Call number: U162 .G694 1999 (NGL-General)

2. Heuser, Beatrice. 2010. The Evolution of Strategy: Thinking War from Antiquity to the Present. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.View online: Click here; Call number: U162 .H48 2010 (NGL-General)

3. Baylis, John, Wirtz, James J., and Gray, Colin S., eds. 2013. Strategy in the Contemporary World. An Introduction to Strategic Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 4th ed. Call number: U162 .S85252 2019 (NGL-General)

4. Muller, John. 2010. Atomic Obsession: Nuclear Alarmism from Hiroshima to Al-Qaeda. Oxford: Oxford University Press. View online: Click here;

5. Futter, Andrew. 2015. The Politics of Nuclear Weapons. London: SAGE Publications Inc. Call number: JZ5665 .F877 2015 (NGL-General)

6. Himes, Kenneth R. 2016. Drones and the Ethics of Targeted Killing. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield. View Online: click here

7. McMahan, Jeff. 2009. Killing in War. Oxford: Clarendon Press. View online: Click here

 

Journals:

- Journal of Global Security Studies

- Journal of Strategic Studies

- Contemporary Security Policy

- Security Studies

- Security Dialogue

- International Security

- Journal of Peace Research

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