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CSGR Speaking International Security at Warwick

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About SISAW

 

Speaking International Security at Warwick - SISAW - provides a broad forum for speaking about security within CSGR and the University of Warwick. It is also an umbrella for impact-facing projects that focus on how political agents speak security and what difference this makes.

SISAW is part of the ESRC Grant ES/K008684/1.

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SISAW Project Lead

Alexandra Homolar

Dr Alexandra Homolar
Email: A dot Homolar at warwick dot ac dot uk
Room: E1.20 (Social Sciences)
Tel: +44 (0)24 7652 4142

 

Projects

 

SISAW fosters developing mixed-methods research projects that interlink security discourse with policy formulation, political strategy, and security policy consequences.

SISAW projects engage with issues that have long cut across disciplinary boundaries, such as rhetoric, political bargaining, opinion formation, framing effects, and political culture.

 
Enemy Addiction

Outsider Threats, Security Frames, and Target Audiences in US Security Policy.

The Uncertainty Doctrine

Maintaining US Hard Power after the Cold War.

Governing Global Security


 

Events Series

 
Masterclasses
Annual Masterclass in
Critical Security Studies
 
Public Lectures

Garrett W. Brown (Sheffield)
Introducing Jus Ante Bellum
11 February 2016, R0.12 (Ramphal), 4-5.30pm

Claudia Aradau (King's College)
The (Big) Data-Security Assemblage
11 March 2015
 
Research Sessions

Nicholas Henry (Deakin)
The Language of Border Security
22 June 2016

Matthias Leese (Tübingen)
Algorithmic Security
23 November 2015

Shogo Suzuki (Manchester)
Ontological Security and Democratic Peace
30 October 2015