Political Self Sacrifice: Agency, Body and Emotion in International Relations
In this podcast, following from her talk at RCIR, Professor Karin Fierke discusses with Dr. Peter Busch (War Studies, KCL) her latest book: Political Self Sacrifice: Agency, Body and Emotion in International Relations, published by Cambridge University Press, for more information please click here.
This event took place on 15th November 2013, War Studies Meeting Room (K6.07) Strand Campus, King’s College London. You can read her original article on RCIR Forum here.
Professor Fierke has been based at St. Andrews as a Professor in the School of International Relations in 2006. She is currently on the steering committee of the Standing Group on International Relations of the European Consortium for Political Research and representative on the ISA Governing Council. She is the author of Critical Approaches to International Security, Polity 2007; Diplomatic Interventions: Conflict and Change in a Globalizing World, Palgrave 2005; (edited with Knud Erik Jorgensen) Constructing International Relations: The Next Generation. M.E. Sharpe 2001; Changing Games, Changing Strategies: Critical Investigations in Security, Manchester University Press 1998. For full bibliography and profile on Prof. Fierke please click here.
- Body/politic and the illumination of Human Suffering (kclrcir.org)