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    • Politics of the Living Dead: Race and Exceptionalism in the Apocalypse 

      Fishel, S; Wilcox, Lauren (Sage, 2017-06-01)
      The zombie, as a Western pop culture icon, has taken up residence in International Relations. Used both humorously and as a serious teaching tool, many scholars and professors of IR have written of the zombie as a useful ...
    • Practising gender, queering theory 

      Wilcox, Lauren (Cambridge University Press, 2017-06-05)
      The development of a ‘practice turn’ in International Relations promises to reconstitute IR theory around the study of embodied practices. Despite occasional references to Judith Butler’s work, the contributions of feminist ...
    • Drones, Swarms, and Becoming-Insect: Feminist Utopias and Posthuman Politics 

      Wilcox, Lauren (Springer Nature, 2017-07)
      Insects and ‘the swarm’ as metaphors and objects of research have inspired works in the genres of science fiction and horror; social and political theorists; and the development of war-fighting technologies such as ‘drone ...
    • The Nature of Social Responsibility: Exploring Emancipatory Ends 

      Mussell, Helen (Wiley, 2016-09-12)
      Social responsibility (SR) initiatives within a corporate environment (CSR) continue to be met with deep scepticism. My concern is with exploring this scepticism, which I argue is due to there being more to the underlying ...