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Collaborations – University of Copenhagen


Centre for International Security Studies, University of Sydney, directed by Michael Hintze Chair of International Security Studies, James Der Derian, is hosting Lene Hansen as a Visiting Scholar from February through April 2014.   

Rebecca Adler-Nissen is contributing with an analysis of the visualization and diplomatic negotiation of the euro-crisis in a research project on 'Hierarchies in International Relations' directed by Ayse Zarakol and Janice Bailly Mattern. The project is supported by the University of California’s Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation (IGCC).

Michael C. Williams and Lene Hansen participate in the network on Classical Realism and Critical Theory led by Professor Hartmut Behr at the University of Newcastle.

Images and International Security is collaborating with the Visual Politics Research Cluster, at the University of Queensland, coordinated by Professor Roland Bleiker. 

Images and International Security is affiliated with CAST (Centre for Advanced Security Theory), Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen.        

Michael C. Williams is collaborating with Vibeke Schou Tjalve of the Danish Institute for International Studies on a research project on the evolution of American thinking about foreign affairs.

Michael C. Williams is collaborating with Professor Rita Abrahamsen on a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (Canada) funded project on 'Private Security and the Resource Curse in Africa'.

Images and International Security is collaborating with Professor Roland Bleiker, Dr Emma Hutchison and David Campbell, University of Queensland, who are working on a project on 'How Images Shape Responses to Humanitarian Crisis' funded by the Australian Research Council.

Megan MacKenzie is a research associate on a United States Institute for Peace funded project led by Joyce Kaufman and Kristen Williams on gender and disarmament, demobilization and reintegration in post-conflict societies. 

The School of Political Science & International Studies, University of Queensland is hosting Simone Molin Friis as a Visiting PhD Candidate from September 2016 February 2017.