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dr. C.M. Ryan

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dr. C.M. Ryan
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CURRICULUM VITAE: Dr. Caitlin Ryan

PERSONAL DETAILS

IRIO Department

Oude Kijk in ‘t Jatstraat 26

9700AS Groningen

The Netherlands

C.M.Ryan@rug.nl

 

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS:

2007 BA (Political Science) Northern Arizona University, USA

2009 MA (Peace and Development Studies) First Class Honours, University of

                Limerick, IRELAND

2014 PhD University of Limerick, IRELAND

Title: Bodies, Power, Resistance: Palestinian women’s corporeal subjectivity and resistance in the occupied territories

Supervisor: Dr. Owen Worth

External Examiner: Professor Marysia Zalewski

 

RESEARCH AREAS:

Feminist and Postcolonial Security Studies; Resistances; West Africa; Palestine

 

PUBLICATIONS:

(a) Journal articles:

Ryan, C. (2017) ‘Large-scale land deals in Sierra Leone at the intersection of gender and lineage’ Third World Quarterly e-pub ahead of print.

Ryan, . and Basini. H. (2017) ‘UNSC Resolution 1325 national action plans in Liberia and Sierra Leone: An analysis of gendered power relations in hybrid peacebuilding’ Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding 11(2) 186-206.

Bourbeau, P. and Ryan, C. (2017) ‘Resilience, Resistance, Infrapolitics, and Enmeshment’ European Journal of International Relations Published in OnlineFirst.

Ryan, C. (2017) ‘Gendering Palestinian dispossession: Evaluating land loss in the West Bank’ Antipode 49(2) 477-498.

Basini, H. and Ryan C. (2016) ‘National action plans as an obstacle to meaningful local ownership of UNSCR1325 in Liberia and Sierra Leone’ International Political Science Review 37(3) 390-403.

Ryan, C. (2015) ‘Everyday resilience as resistance: Palestinian women practicing sumud’ International Political Sociology 9(4) 299-315.

Ryan, C. (2013) ‘The Subjected Non-Subject: Security, Subjectification and Resistance in the Occupied Palestinian Territories’ Critical Studies on Security 1(3) 295-310. Taylor and Francis.

(b) Books:

Ryan, C. (2015) Bodies, Power and Resistance in the Middle East: Experiences of Subjectification and Resistance in the Occupied Palestinian Territories London: Routledge.

 (c) Book Chapters:

Ryan, C. (2014) ‘Why does the world think we are the terrorists? We are not the terrorists!’ Using a reflexive postcolonial methodology in the West Bank of the Palestinian Territories’ in Critical Methods in Terrorism Studies Dixit, P. and Stump, J. eds. London: Routledge.

(d) Policy Briefs:

             Ryan, C. (2016) ‘Gender, insecurity and large-scale land acquisitions in Northern Sierra Leone’ October 2016,  Mokoro, available: http://mokoro.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/gender-insecurity-and-LSLAs-in-N-Sierra-Leone-JG-edits.pdf

(e) Working Papers:

Ryan, C. (2012) ‘The subjectified and resisting corporeal body: a theoretical framework for examining subjugation and resistance’ University of Limerick Politics and Public Administration Working Paper Series 2012 No. 2

(f) Conference Papers:

Ryan, C. (2017) ‘Violent geographies of development’ Presented at the annual European Studies Association Conference, Barcelona, September 2017

Ryan, C. (2017) ‘Seeing like a rent-seeking, post-conflict state: large-scale land deals in Northern Sierra Leone’ Presented at the annual International Studies Association Conference Baltimore, February 2017

Ryan, C. (2016) ‘Women, Land and Security: Large-scale land deals and women's security in Northern Sierra Leone’ Presented at the annual Folke Bernadotte Academy UNSCR1325 Working Group, October 2016 Vienna, Austria

Ryan, C. (2016) ‘Women, Land and Security: The security impacts of large-scale land deals for rural women in West Africa.’’ Presented at the annual International Studies Association Conference, Atlanta, March 2016

Ryan, C. and Basini, H. (2016) ‘Encouraging Localisation: Implementing UNSCR 1325 in Post-Conflict Countries, an Alternate Approach to National Action Plans.’ Presented at the annual International Studies Association Conference, Atlanta, March 2016

Ryan, C. (2015) ‘Flexible and dissident: Theorising resilience as a means of challenging protracted subjugation’ Presented at the International Studies Association Conference, New Orleans, February 2015

Basini, H. and Ryan, C. (2015) ‘We think that the plan is a good plan”: Examining the Benefits and Challenges of Using National Action Plans to Implement 1325 in Sierra Leone and Liberia’ Presented at the International Studies Association Conference, New Orleans, February 2015

Ryan, C. (2014)‘We think that the plan is a good plan”: Examining the Benefits and Challenges of Using National Action Plans to Implement 1325 in Sierra Leone and Liberia’ Presented at the annual Folke Berdadotte Academy UNSCR1325 Working Group, October 2014 Harvard, USA

Ryan, C. (2014) ‘Enactments of a resilient resistance’ Presented at the European International Studies Association Workshop, Izmir, Turkey May 2014

 (f) Book Reviews:

Ryan, C. (2013) Women Suicide Bombers: Narratives of Violence By Rajan, V.G.J.

reviewed in Political Studies Review 11(3).

 

 

GRANTS AND RESEARCH AWARDS:

 

2016                Folke Bernadotte Academy Research Grant €21,000

2013                Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences €400 (travel)

2013                Department of Politics and Public Administration €500 (travel)

2012                Department of Politics and Public Administration €500 (Summer School)

2011                Feminist and Women’s Studies Association (UK) Small Grants Scheme for Sibeal Conference Funding (£250)

2011                Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences €500 (research)

2011                Dean’s Research Grant Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences €500

2010                Department of Politics and Public Administration €500 (travel)

2010                International Studies Association $400 (travel)

2009-2011       Department of Politics and Public Administration €24,000 – Two years of living stipend for PhD Research

 

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

 

Present Appointment:

 

  1. Assistant Professor of International Security

                       Department of International Relations and International Organization

                       University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherlands

 

Previous appointments:

2015-2016       Lecturer in Peace and Development Studies

                        Centre for Peace and Development

                        University of Limerick, Limerick Ireland

2014-2015       Visiting Assistant Professor of International Relations

                        Department of Political Science

                        Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, USA

2013-2014       Casual Hourly Lecturer and Centre for Peace and Development Fellow

Department of Politics and Public Administration

University of Limerick, IRELAND

2013               Teaching Assistant: Peace and Development Studies

Department of Politics and Public Administration

University of Limerick, IRELAND

2009 – 2012    Hourly Contract Tutorial Leader and Lecturer

Department of Politics and Public Administration

University of Limerick, IRELAND

 

Membership of Professional Societies:

2010 -              International Studies Association (ISA)

2014 -              Folke Berdadotte Academy UNSCR1325 Research Working Group

2010 -              Feminist Theory and Gender Studies Section Member (ISA)

2014 -              European International Studies Association

 

AWARDS:

2013                Shortlisted – University of Limerick Excellence in Teaching Award

2014    Nominated – Basil Chubb Prize for best PhD Dissertation at an Irish University, Political Studies Association of Ire

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Oude Kijk in 't Jatstraat 26
9712 EK Groningen
The Netherlands