Chair group on International Relations & Security Studies
Members of the chair group International Relations and Security Studies (IRSS) conduct research directed at understanding ‘the politics of security’ across time and space. The thematic diversity of the research in the chair group covers a range of scales and dimensions spanning local and global spaces. Researchers in the chair group ‘think’ about security within and across dimensions that include security’s discursive, visual, material, martial, spatial, and sonic practices.
Two broad themes under which the research in the chair group fits are Critical Security Studies and Security and Geopolitics. However, the research of the chair group is also characterized by boundary-crossing and innovative theoretical approaches, methods, and themes.
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