Critical Security Studies in the Global South

Bilgin, P. (Ed), Herz, M. (Ed)

Critical approaches to security have made significant inroads into the study of world politics in the past 30 years. Drawing from a broad range of critical approaches to world politics (including Frankfurt School Critical Theory, Poststructuralism, Gramscian approaches and Postcolonial Studies), critical approaches to security have inspired students of international relations to think broadly and deeply about the security dynamic in world politics, multiple aspects of insecurities and how insecurities are produced as we seek to address them. This series, given its focus on the study of security in and of the Global South, will bring to the debate new spheres of empirical research both in terms of themes and social locations, as well as develop new interconnection between security and other related subfields.

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