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Contemporary Kashmiris and Kurds: Conflict and Coloniality

Book

Kaul, N. and Anand, D. (ed.) 2023. Forthcoming. Contemporary Kashmiris and Kurds: Conflict and Coloniality. University of Westminster Press.

La Convention citoyenne: un dispositif hors norme parmi les assemblées citoyennes sur le climat? (Placing the Convention: an outlier amongst climate assemblies?)

Journal article

Smith, G. 2023. Forthcoming. La Convention citoyenne: un dispositif hors norme parmi les assemblées citoyennes sur le climat? (Placing the Convention: an outlier amongst climate assemblies?). Participations. Revue de sciences sociales sur la démocratie et la citoyenneté. 34/35.

Bhutan’s foreign policy balancing act

Journal article

Kaul, N. 2022. Bhutan’s foreign policy balancing act. East Asian Forum.

Kashmir is not a file: Propaganda and Politics in India

Journal article

Kaul, N. 2022. Kashmir is not a file: Propaganda and Politics in India.

Communism, Caste, and the Paradox of the ‘Party Village’ in Kerala

Journal article

Kaul, N. and Kannangara, N. 2022. Communism, Caste, and the Paradox of the ‘Party Village’ in Kerala. Ala (അല): A Kerala Studies Blog. 48.

What Rishi Sunak becoming Prime Minister means for Britain’s Hindu community

Journal article

Kaul, N. 2022. What Rishi Sunak becoming Prime Minister means for Britain’s Hindu community. The Independent.

The politics of truth at LGBTQ+ Pride: contesting corporate Pride and revealing marginalized lives at Hong Kong Migrants Pride

Journal article

Conway, D. 2022. The politics of truth at LGBTQ+ Pride: contesting corporate Pride and revealing marginalized lives at Hong Kong Migrants Pride. International Feminist Journal of Politics. Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1080/14616742.2022.2136732

What Dreams Will Come: AI and Buddhism

Article

Kaul, N. 2022. What Dreams Will Come: AI and Buddhism. Kuensel.

Midlife, Diversification, and Inclusive Town Centres at Night

Journal article

Eldridge, A. and Roberts, M. 2022. Midlife, Diversification, and Inclusive Town Centres at Night . City, Culture and Society. Advanced online publication. https://doi.org//10.1016/j.ccs.2022.100485

Activism: Activist Identities beyond Social Movements

Book chapter

Daniel Conway 2022. Activism: Activist Identities beyond Social Movements. in: Ballard, Richard and Barnett, Clive (ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Social Change Routledge. pp. 279-291

The Black Horizon: Alterity and Ontology in the Anthropocene

Journal article

Chandler, D. and Chipato, F. 2022. The Black Horizon: Alterity and Ontology in the Anthropocene . Global Society. Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1080/13600826.2022.2110041

Integrating Citizen Deliberation into Climate Governance: Lessons on Robust Design from Six Climate Assemblies

Journal article

Boswell, J., Dean, R. and Smith, G. 2022. Integrating Citizen Deliberation into Climate Governance: Lessons on Robust Design from Six Climate Assemblies . Public Administration. Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1111/padm.12883

Kashmir, Feminisms, and Global Solidarities

Book chapter

Dr Nitasha Kaul 2022. Kashmir, Feminisms, and Global Solidarities. in: Routledge Handbook of Critical Kashmir Studies Abingdon, Oxon Routledge. pp. 367-379

India, Israel, and Geopolitical Imaginaries of Cooperation and Oppression

Journal article

Dr Nitasha Kaul 2022. India, Israel, and Geopolitical Imaginaries of Cooperation and Oppression. Georgetown Journal of International Affairs.

Actor Network Theory and Sensing Governance: From Causation to Correlation

Journal article

Chandler, D. 2022. Actor Network Theory and Sensing Governance: From Causation to Correlation. Perspectives on Science.

Critique and the Coloniality of Being: Rethinking Development Discourses of Encounter

Journal article

Chandler, D. 2022. Critique and the Coloniality of Being: Rethinking Development Discourses of Encounter. Law and Critique. Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10978-022-09328-z

Interstitial and Abyssal Geographies

Journal article

Chandler, David and Pugh, Jonathan 2022. Interstitial and Abyssal Geographies . Political Geography. 98 102672. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.polgeo.2022.102672

Knowing, Visibility, and a Comedic Penis

Book chapter

Eldridge, A. 2022. Knowing, Visibility, and a Comedic Penis . in: Meredith Jones (ed.) Performing the Penis Routledge.

3Es for AI: Economics, Explanation, Epistemology

Journal article

Dr Nitasha Kaul 2022. 3Es for AI: Economics, Explanation, Epistemology. Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence. 5 833238. https://doi.org/10.3389/frai.2022.833238

Another Decolonial Approach is Possible: International Studies in an Antiblack World

Journal article

Chandler, D. and Chipato, F. 2022. Another Decolonial Approach is Possible: International Studies in an Antiblack World . Third World Quarterly. 43 (7), pp. 1783-1797. https://doi.org/10.1080/01436597.2022.2069092

Embedding Participatory Governance

Journal article

Bussu, S., Bua, A., Dean, R. and Smith, G. 2022. Embedding Participatory Governance. Critical Policy Studies. 16 (2), pp. 133-145. https://doi.org/10.1080/19460171.2022.2053179

International Relations in the Anthropocene

Journal article

Chandler, D., Rothe, D., Müller, F. and Giménez González, R. 2022. International Relations in the Anthropocene. Relaciones Internacionales. 50, pp. 107-126. https://doi.org/10.15366/relacionesinternacionales2022.50.005

Friendship and International Relations in the Himalayas: Bhutan, Britain and the 1910 Treaty of Punakha

Journal article

Dr Nitasha Kaul 2022. Friendship and International Relations in the Himalayas: Bhutan, Britain and the 1910 Treaty of Punakha. Itinerario: Journal of Imperial and Global Interactions. Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0165115322000067

China: Xinjiang :: India: Kashmir

Book chapter

Kaul, N. 2022. China: Xinjiang :: India: Kashmir. in: Byler, D., Franceschini, I. and Loubere, N. (ed.) Xinjiang Year Zero Canberra, Australia Australia National University (ANU) Press. pp. 219-230

The Black Anthropocene: And the End(s) of the Constitutionalizing Project

Journal article

Chandler, D. 2022. The Black Anthropocene: And the End(s) of the Constitutionalizing Project. Journal of Human Rights and the Environment.

Deliberation and sustainability: From policy instrument to emancipation

Book chapter

Hammond, M and Smith, G. 2022. Deliberation and sustainability: From policy instrument to emancipation. in: Bornemann, B., Knappe, H. and Nanz, P. (ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Democracy and Sustainability Routledge.

Deliberative democracy and the climate crisis

Journal article

Willis, R., Curato, N. and Smith, G. 2022. Deliberative democracy and the climate crisis. WIRES Climate Change. 13 (2) e759. https://doi.org/10.1002/wcc.759

Whose Lifestyle Matters at Johannesburg Pride? The Lifestylisation of LGBTQ+ Identities and the Gentrification of Activism

Journal article

Conway, D. 2022. Whose Lifestyle Matters at Johannesburg Pride? The Lifestylisation of LGBTQ+ Identities and the Gentrification of Activism. Sociology. 56 (1), pp. 148-165. https://doi.org/10.1177/00380385211024072

The asymmetrical anthropocene: resilience and the limits of posthumanism

Journal article

Wakefield, S., Chandler, D. and Grove, K. 2022. The asymmetrical anthropocene: resilience and the limits of posthumanism. Cultural Geographies. 29 (3), pp. 389-404. https://doi.org/10.1177/14744740211029278

Beyond India and China: Bhutan as a Small State in International Relations

Journal article

Kaul, N. 2022. Beyond India and China: Bhutan as a Small State in International Relations . International Relations of the Asia-Pacific. 22 (2), pp. 297-337. https://doi.org/10.1093/irap/lcab010

Decolonising resilience: reading Glissant’s Poetics of Relation in Central Eurasia

Journal article

Chandler, D. 2022. Decolonising resilience: reading Glissant’s Poetics of Relation in Central Eurasia. Cambridge Review of International Affairs. 35 (2), pp. 158-175. https://doi.org/10.1080/09557571.2021.1944984

Making Digital Surveillance Unacceptable? Security, Democracy, and the Political Sociology of Disputes

Journal article

McCluskey, E. and Aradau, C. 2021. Making Digital Surveillance Unacceptable? Security, Democracy, and the Political Sociology of Disputes. International Political Sociology. 16 (1) olab024. https://doi.org/10.1093/ips/olab024

The Persistence of Political Power: A Communist ‘Party Village’ in Kerala and the Paradox of Egalitarian Hierarchies

Journal article

Kaul, N. and Kannangara, N. 2021. The Persistence of Political Power: A Communist ‘Party Village’ in Kerala and the Paradox of Egalitarian Hierarchies. International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society. Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10767-021-09411-w

Bhutan and India: The Importance of Subnational Diplomacy

Article

Kaul, N. and Rabgyal, D. 2021. Bhutan and India: The Importance of Subnational Diplomacy. 9 Dash Line.

Bhutan and Northeast India: Subnational Diplomacy Possibilities

Journal article

Kaul, N. and Rabgyal, D. 2021. Bhutan and Northeast India: Subnational Diplomacy Possibilities. South Asian Voices.

Democracy in a Pandemic: Participation in Response to Crisis

Book

Smith, G., Hughes, T., Adams, L. and Obijiaku, C. (ed.) 2021. Democracy in a Pandemic: Participation in Response to Crisis. London University of Westminster Press.

Proceedings of Bhutan: Biodemocracy & Resilience Conference 2020

Project report

Kaul, N., Khandu, S. and Mangdip, T. 2021. Proceedings of Bhutan: Biodemocracy & Resilience Conference 2020. Bhutan Centre for Local Governance & Research.

The Misogyny of Authoritarians in Contemporary Democracies

Journal article

Kaul, N. 2021. The Misogyny of Authoritarians in Contemporary Democracies. International Studies Review. 23 (4), pp. 1619-1645. https://doi.org/10.1093/isr/viab028

The Trump Party: Republican In Name Only

Journal article

Owens, J. 2021. The Trump Party: Republican In Name Only. Political Insight. 12 (2), pp. 28-31.

COVID in India: a tragedy with its roots in Narendra Modi’s leadership style

Journal article

Kaul, N. 2021. COVID in India: a tragedy with its roots in Narendra Modi’s leadership style. theconversation.com.


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