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  1. Background readings for the discussion on Adam Curtis' BBS documentary 2 items
    1. The Bush Doctrine and the Iraq War: Neoconservatives Versus Realists - Brian C. Schmidt, Michael C. Williams 2008

      Article 

  2. Week 1 Course introduction: What is Security? 3 items
    1. What Is Security? - Emma Rothschild 1995

      Article 

  3. PART 1: THEORIES 12 items
    1. Week 2. Realism: Security as Strategy 1 item
      1. Required Readings 1 item
        1. Security studies: an introduction - Paul Williams 2013 (electronic resource)

          Book  pp. 15-31. Elman, Colin and Jensen, Michael, “Realism”

    2. Week 3. Liberalism: Collective Security 3 items
      1. Required Readings 3 items
        1. Security studies: an introduction - Paul Williams 2013 (electronic resource)

          Book  Cornelia Navari “Liberalism”, pp. 32-47.

        2. Culture and security: symbolic power and the politics of international security - Michael C. Williams 2007

          Book  Michael Williams (with Iver B Neumann), “From alliance to security community: NATO”, pp. 62-91.

    3. Wee 4. Broadening the Agenda: The Copenhagen School and Beyond 2 items
      1. Required Readings 2 items
        1. Security studies: an introduction - Paul Williams 2013 (electronic resource)

          Book  Matt MacDonald “Constructivism”, pp. 63-76.

        2. Critical security studies: an introduction - Columba Peoples, Nick Vaughan-Williams 2015

          Book  Chapter 5, ‘Securitization Theory’

    4. Week 5. Post-structuralist approaches to security 3 items
      1. Required Readings 3 items
        1. Critical security studies: an introduction - Columba Peoples, Nick Vaughan-Williams 2015

          Book  Chapter 4, ‘Poststructuralism and international political sociology’.

        2. Writing security: United States foreign policy and the politics of identity - David Campbell c1998 (electronic resource)

          Book  David Campbell, ‘On Dangers and Their Interpretation’.

    5. Week 6. Critical Security Studies and emancipation 3 items
      1. Required Readings 3 items
        1. Critical security studies: an introduction - Columba Peoples, Nick Vaughan-Williams 2015

          Book  Chapter 1, ‘Critical Theory and Security’.

        2. Security and emancipation - Ken Booth 1991

          Article 

        3. Security, strategy, and critical theory - Richard Wyn Jones 1999

          Book  Chapter of ‘Theory: Reconceptualizing Security’.

  4. PART 2: ISSUES 16 items
    1. Week 7. The war on terror 3 items
      1. Required Readings 3 items
    2. Week 9. Migration 5 items
      1. Required Readings 5 items
        1. Critical security studies: an introduction - Columba Peoples, Nick Vaughan-Williams 2015

          Book  Chapter 9, ‘Migration and Border Security'.

        2. Geostrategies of the European Neighbourhood Policy - C. S. Browning, P. Joenniemi 2008

          Article 

    3. Week 10. Health 4 items
      1. Required Readings 4 items
        1. "Society must be defended": lectures at the Collège de France, 1975-76 - Michel Foucault, Mauro Bertani, Alessandro Fontana, François Ewald 2004

          Book  pp. 239-264.

    4. Week 11. Environmental security 4 items
      1. Required Readings 4 items
        1. Critical security studies: an introduction - Columba Peoples, Nick Vaughan-Williams 2015

          Book  Chapter 6, ‘Environmental security’.

        2. Discourses of climate security - Matt McDonald 2013

          Article 

  5. Supplementary Information Sources 4 items
    1. Security studies: an introduction - Paul Williams 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    2. Contemporary security studies - Alan Collins c2013

      Book 

    3. Critical security studies: concepts and cases - Keith Krause, Michael C. Williams 1997

      Book 

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