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Professor of International Relations celebrated in International Journal

23 July 2020

The July edition of a prestigious International Relations journal has dedicated a special section to the ground-breaking work of a School of Law and Politics Professor.

Just months after her scholarship was celebrated in the November 2019 edition of International Affairs, Professor Marysia Zalewski’s work has been showcased once again in the Review of International Studies.

Professor Zalewski’s work focusses on critical international relations theory and feminist and gender theory. Professor Zalewski teaches on both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in the School of Law and Politics on modules that currently include Gender, Sex and Death in Global Politics and From Mary Wollstonecraft to Lady Gaga: What is this thing called Feminism?
The special section in the July issue of the Review of International Studies is entitled Thinking With Gender: Feminist Methodologies of International Relations and is guest edited by Profs Helen M Kinsella and Laura J Shepherd.

An introduction by the editors, The ‘brutal fecundity of violence’: Feminist methodologies of International Relations is followed by four original research articles using Professor Zalewski's work. The issue concludes with a conversation between Dr Cristina Masters and Professor Zalewski.

“I am immensely happy to be an integral part of this vibrant critical feminist collective and absolutely delighted to see these original research articles being published”.

Professor Marysia Zalewski Professor of International Relations and Director of Equality, Dignity and Inclusion

The articles in the journal are:
*Feminist methodology between theory and praxis by Elisabeth Prügl  
*Rethinking silence, gender, and power in insecure sites: Implications for feminist security studies in a postcolonial world by Jane Parpart
*Conceptus interruptus: Forestalling sureties about violence and feminism by Anne Sisson Runyan
*Redressing international problems: North Korean nuclear politics by Shine Choi

All the articles in the special section of the Review of International Studies are free to access until 31 July 2020.

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