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Jabri Vivienne : curriculum vitae

Tuesday 12 April 2005, by Jabri Vivienne

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Vivienne Jabri is Director of the Centre for International Relations and Senior Lecturer in International Relations in the Department of War Studies, King’s College London. Her publications, including Discourses on Violence (Manchester, 1996), Women, Culture and International Relations (co-editor, Lynne Rienner, 1999) and various recent articles, focus on developing critical understandings in International Relations, with a particular interest in war and its relationship to politics, Foucaultian understandings of power and subjectivity, and the meaning of political agency. She is currently writing a book on late modernity and the politics of violence.

Vivienne Jabri is on the advisory board of the journal, International Relations, and has joined the editorial board of a new journal, «Groundzero: Conflitti globali», edited by Alessandro Dal Lago and Salvatore Palidda.

Vivienne Jabri has served as elected member of the executive committee of the ISA’s International Political Sociology section, and has, in the past, served on the executive committee of the British International Studies Association. She has recently been elected for the post of chair-elect of the ISA’s International Political Sociology section. Jabri’s publications include the following:

Vivienne Jabri, Discourses on Violence (Manchester University Press, 1996).

Vivienne Jabri and Eleanor O’Gorman (eds.) Women Culture and International Relations (Lynne Rienner, 1999).

Vivienne Jabri, «Explorations of Difference in Normative International Relations», Chapter Three in V. Jabri and E. O’Gorman (eds.), Women, Culture, and International Relations (Lynne Rienner, 1999).

Vivienne Jabri «Discourse Ethics, Democratic Practice, and the Possibility of Inter-Cultural Understanding», Chapter Three in H. Smith (ed.), Democracy and International Relations (Macmillan, London and New York, 2000).

Vivienne Jabri, «Reflections on the Study of International Relations», in, T.C.Salmon (ed.), Issues in International Relations (Routledge, 2000).

Vivienne Jabri, «Feminist Ethics and Hegemonic Global Politics», Alternatives, Vol. 29, No. 3 (June-July 2004), pp. 265-284.

Vivienne Jabri, «Critical Thought and Political Agency in Time of War», International Relations, Vol. 19, No. 1 (March 2005), pp. 70-79.

Vivienne Jabri, «War, the Politics of Security, and the Liberal State» (Centre for European Policy Studies for the ELISE project, 2005).

Vivienne Jabri, «The Limits of Agency in Time of Emergency», in J.P.A. Huysmans et al, The Politics of Protection (Routledge, forthcoming 2005).

Vivienne Jabri, «Biopower and the Corporeality of Globalised Warfare», in Michael Dillon and Andrew Neal (eds.), Foucault: Politics, Society, and War (Palgrave, forthcoming).


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