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This list relates to the 2017-18 which ended on 18/08/2018
  1. 1: Introduction: Everyday Life and Global Politics – the What/Who, the Where, the Why 36 items
    1. Required listenings/readings/viewings 5 items
      1. Five Minute Diary - Lynda Barry 2012

        Audio-visual document 

    2. Further listenings/readings/viewings 31 items
      1. The Hidden Politics of Militarization and Pop Culture as Political Communication - L. ÅHäll

        Chapter  in Caso, F. & Hamilton, C. (eds.). Popular Culture and World Politics: Theories, Methods, Pedagogies.

      2. Living a feminist life - Sara Ahmed 2017

        Book  Read: Introduction. Bringing Feminist Theory Home

      3. The social life of things: commodities in cultural perspective - Arjun Appadurai 1988

        Book  Available in the library and as an e-book.

      4. Barry, L. 2012b. "Seven and a Half Minutes Worth of Writing." Available at http://thenearsightedmonkey.tumblr.com/post/17248396240/dear-my-great-what-it-is-class-re-stories

      5. Everyday Diplomacy: Mission, Spectacle and the Remaking of Diplomatic Culture - C.M. Constantinou

        Chapter  in Dittmer, J. & McConnell, F. (eds.) Diplomatic Cultures and International Politics: Translations, Spaces and Alternatives

      6. International political economy and poststructural politics 2006 (electronic book)

        Book  Read: Davies, M. 2006. “Everyday Life in the Global Political Economy” pp. 219-237

      7. Davies, M. & Niemann, M. 2018 (forthcoming). International Relations and Everyday Life. London: Routledge

      8. The practice of everyday life - Michel de Certeau 1984

        Book 

      9. Bananas, beaches and bases: making feminist sense of international politics - Cynthia H. Enloe 2014

        Book  Available in the library and as an e-book.

      10. Everyday life - Ágnes Heller 2016

        Book 

      11. The everyday life reader - Ben Highmore 2002

        Book 

      12. Everyday IPE: Revealing everyday forms of change in the world economy - J. M. Hobson, L. Seabrooke

        Chapter  in Hobson, J.M.& Seabrooke, L. 2007 (eds.) Everyday Politics of the World Economy.

      13. Introduction: The Everyday: An Introduction to an Introduction - M. Hviid Jacobsen

        Chapter  in Hviid Jacobsen, M. (ed.) Encountering the Everyday: An Introduction to the Sociologies of the Unnoticed

      14. Everyday life in the modern world - Henri Lefebvre, Sacha Rabinovitch 1984

        Book 

      15. Critique of everyday life - Henri Lefebvre, John Moore, Gregory Elliott 2008

        Book  Read: Volume I: Introduction.

  2. 2. The How: Ways to Understand and Analyse Everyday Life I (narrative, poetry, ethnography, performance) 38 items
    1. Required listenings/readings/viewings 10 items
      1. Aesthetics and world politics - Roland Bleiker 2009

        Book  Read: “Poetic World Politics” - Bleiker, R. 2009. pp.84-96. Available in the library and as an e-book.

      2. Narrative Engagement and the Creative Practices of International Relations - E. Dauphinée

        Chapter  in Steele B.J. and Amoureux, J. (eds.). Reflexivity and International Relations: Positionality, Critique, and Practice.

      3. Hast, S. 2015. "How we perform." YouTube (1.00). Available at

        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uB4DFjV8M8&list=PLEjWbVdP_HHAO_ctdVqELcPhuixJhHdrS&index=2

      4. EU and Hamas Drag Performance / Role of Diplomacy in a Changing International Order by War Studies

        Webpage  KCL War Studies. 2016. (Listen to the section where Dr Catherine Charrett is interviewed on her solo performance of “Politics in Drag: Sipping Toffee with Hamas in Brussels”) (from 3.55)

      5. Poetic Inquiry - Children's Poetic Voices - April R. Mandrona

        Chapter  in Leavy, P. Method Meets Art: Arts-Based Research Practice. Available in the library and as an e-book.

      6. Poetic Inquiry - Patricia Leavy

        Chapter  In: Method meets art: arts-based research practice. Available in the library and as an e-book.

      7. Method meets art: arts-based research practice - Patricia Leavy 2015

        Book  Available in the library and as an e-book.

      8. Research methods in critical security studies: an introduction - Mark B. Salter, Can E. Mutlu 2013

        Book  Read: Salter, M.B. “The Ethnographic Turn: Introduction”. Available in the library and as an e-book.

    2. Further listenings/readings/viewings 28 items
      1. Narrative/Novel 9 items
        1. The politics of exile - Elizabeth Dauphinee 2013

          Book 

        2. Kaempf, S. 2014. "Richard Jackson's Confessions of a Terrorist: A Novel", The Vision Machine. Available at http://thevisionmachine.com/2014/02/richard-jacksons-confessions-of-a-terrorist-a-novel/

      2. Poetry 7 items
        1. Aesthetics and world politics - Roland Bleiker 2009

          Book  Available in the library and as an e-book.

        2. Poetics of Security - Costas M. Constantinou 2000

          Article 

        3. Development Poetics - Christine Sylvester 2000

          Article 

      3. Ethnography 5 items
        1. Research methods in critical security studies: an introduction - Mark B. Salter, Can E. Mutlu 2013

          Book  Read: Vrasti, W. 2013. “Travelling with Ethnography”. Available in the library and as an e-book.

      4. Performance 7 items
        1. Dance and Movement as Inquiry - P. Leavy

          Chapter  in Leavy, P. Method Meets Art: Arts-Based Research Practice. Available in the library and as an e-book.

        2. Music as Method - P. Leavy

          Chapter  in Leavy, P. Method Meets Art: Arts-Based Research Practice. Available in the library and as an e-book.

        3. Hast, S. 2015a. "Dance meets political science #ECPR General Conference 2014 by Susanna Hast" YouTube, 29 January. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHH0OV_2AM8

        4. Hast, S. 2015b. "Making performative politics." YouTube, 9 November. Available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6LBbrK4h4I&list=PLEjWbVdP_HHAO_ctdVqELcPhuixJhHdrS

        5. Hast, S. 2015c. "Song writing". YouTube, November 11. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VStJmKpcEAw

  3. 3. The How: Ways to Understand and Analyse Everyday Life II (visuality/aesthetics, photography, film/video remix, art/collage) 60 items
    1. Required listenings/readings/viewings 8 items
      1. Aesthetics and world politics - Roland Bleiker 2009

        Book  Read: Bleiker, R. 2009. “Introduction”pp. 1-17. Available in the library and as an e-book.

      2.  

        Kaempf, S. 2014. "Filmmaking in the IR Classroom", The Vision Machine. Available at http://thevisionmachine.com/2014/11/film-in-the-ir-classroom/

        (remember to also watch the film produced by Kaempf's students as an example of what you can do in a more condensed form for the practicum)

      3. Comfortable strangers: The making of national identity in popular photography - Catherine Lutz, Jane Collins

        Chapter  in Reading National Geographic.

      4. The photograph as an intersection of gazes - Catherine Lutz, Jane Collins

        Chapter  in Reading National Geographic

      5. Towards a critical visual methodology - Gillian Rose

        Chapter  in Visual methodologies: an introduction to researching with visual materials

      6. Collage: An Art-inspired Methodology for Studying Laughter in World Politics - Saara Sarma

        Chapter  in Popular Culture and World Politics: Theories, Methods, Pedagogies.

      7. View some of Saara's (above) collages here: http://www.huippumisukka.fi/art/

    2. Further listenings/readings/viewings 52 items
      1. Visuality 7 items
        1. Visual global politics - Roland Bleiker 2018

          Book 

        2. The visual dehumanisation of refugees - Roland Bleiker, David Campbell, Emma Hutchison, Xzarina Nicholson 2013

          Article 

        3. Visual methodologies: an introduction to researching with visual materials - Gillian Rose 2016

          Book  Other editions also available in the library.

        4. Visual images in research - S. Weber

          Chapter  in Handbook of the Arts in Qualitative research: perspectives, methodologies, examples, and issues

      2. Aesthetics 6 items
        1. Aesthetics and world politics - Roland Bleiker 2009

          Book  Available in the library and as an e-book.

        2. The politics of aesthetics: the distribution of the sensible - Jacques Ranciere, Gabriel Rockhill 2013, c2004 (electronic book)

          Book 

      3. Photography 9 items
        1. Civil imagination: a political ontology of photography - Ariella Azoulay, Louise Bethlehem 2015

          Book 

        2. Salgado and the Sahel: Documentary Photography and the Imaging of Famine - D. Campbell

          Chapter  in Debrix, F. & Weber, C. (eds.) Rituals of Mediation: International Politics and Social Meaning,

        3. Photography - D. lisle

          Chapter  pp. 534 - 541. Available in the library and as an e-book.

        4. Reading National Geographic - Catherine Lutz, Jane Lou Collins 1993

          Book  Read: pp. 1 -14 and pp. 187 - 216 (already digitised in section above 'Required listenings/readings/viewings' for this week)

        5. Spectacles and illusions: Photography and commodity culture - A. Ramamurthy

          Chapter  Available in the library and as an e-book.

        6. On photography - Susan Sontag 1979

          Book 

        7. Photography: a critical introduction - Liz Wells 2015

          Book  Available in the library and as an e-book.

      4. Film 10 items
        1. Hast, S. n.d. "Film" Susanna Hast: musistance - musical resistance, Personal Website https://www.susannahast.com/filming

        2. Film and World Politics - M. J. Shapiro 2015

          Chapter  in Caso, F. & Hamilton, C. (eds.). Popular Culture and World Politics: Theories, Methods, Pedagogies

        3. Stahl, R. 2015. "Cynthia Weber on Film in IR", The Vision Machine. Available at http://thevisionmachine.com/2015/01/cindy-weber-on-film-in-ir/

        4. Framer Framed - T. Minh-Ha Trinh 1992

          Book 

        5. International relations theory: a critical introduction - Cynthia Weber 2014

          Book  E-book and print copy of 3rd edition also available in the library.

      5. Video Editing/Remix/Mash-up 6 items
        1. Manovich, L. 2008. "The Practice of Everyday (Media) Life" in Video Vortex Reader: Responses to YouTube, Lovink, G. & Niederer, S. (eds.). Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, pp. 33–44. Available online:

          networkcultures.org/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/vv_reader_small.pdf

      6. Art 9 items
        1. Art after 9/11 - Roland Bleiker 2006

          Article 

        2. Method meets art: arts-based research practice - Patricia Leavy 2015

          Book  Available in the library and as an e-book.

      7. Collage 5 items
        1. Särmä, S. n.d. Junk Feminism. Personal Website,http://www.huippumisukka.fi

        2. Art/Museums/International Relations: Collaging afterlife - Christine Sylvester

          Chapter  in ” Art/Museums: International Relations Where We Least Expect It

        3. Concluding, collaging, and looking ahead - Christine Sylvester

          Chapter  in War as experience

  4. 4. Mundane Moments: The Global Politics of Everyday Emotions 43 items
    1. Required listenings/readings/viewings 7 items
      1. Introduction: Feel Your Way - S. Ahmed

        Chapter  in The Cultural Politics of Emotion. First edition is also available in the library

      2. The Affective Politics of Fear - S. Ahmed

        Chapter  in The Cultural Politics of Emotion. First edition is also available in the library

      3. Crawford, N. 2013. "Emotions and international security: Cave! Hic Libido" Critical Studies on Security 1(1): 121-123. Not available in the library.

      4. Theorizing emotions in world politics - Emma Hutchison, Roland Bleiker 2014

        Article 

    2. Further listenings/readings/viewings 36 items
      1. Introduction: Emotion, Discourse and the Politics of Everyday Life - L. Abu-Lughod, C. A. Lutz

        Chapter  in Language and the Politics of Emotion

      2. Emotions, politics and war 2015

        Book  Available in the library and as an e-book.

      3. The promise of happiness - Sara Ahmed 2010

        Book 

      4. Living a feminist life - Sara Ahmed 2017

        Book 

      5. Emotions and Contentious Politics - R. Aminzade, D. McAdam

        Chapter  in Silence and Voice in the Study of Contentious Politics

      6. Cruel optimism - Lauren Gail Berlant 2011

        Book 

      7. Desire/love - Lauren Gail Berlant 2012

        Book 

      8. Distant suffering: morality, media and politics - Luc Boltanski, Graham Burchell 1999

        Book 

      9. Love's Cruel Promises - Shine (Shinhyung) Choi 2015

        Article 

      10. Emotion, politics and society - Simon Clarke, Paul Hoggett, Simon Thompson 2006 (electronic book)

        Book 

      11. Learning by Feeling - J. Crane-Seeber

        Chapter  in Research Methods in Critical Security Studies: An Introduction. Available in the library and as an e-book.

      12. Affective communities in world politics: collective emotions after trauma - Emma Hutchison 2016

        Book  Available in the library and as an e-book.

      13. Discourse and Emotions in International Relations - Simon Koschut, Todd H. Hall, Reinhard Wolf, Ty Solomon 2017

        Article 

      14. Ugly feelings - Sianne Ngai 2007

        Book 

      15. Political Science and International Studies UQ. 2016. "Dr Emma Hutchison talks about her new book 'Affective Communities in World Politics'". YouTube, 2 April. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-uFOhOwWZns

      16. Touching feeling: affect, pedagogy, performativity - Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, Adam Frank 2003

        Book 

      17. Identity, affective attachments, and US-Iranian nuclear politics - Chapter 7 - T. Solomon

        Chapter  in Bentley, M. and Holland, J. (eds.) The Obama Doctrine: A Legacy of Continuity in US Foreign Policy.

  5. 5. Banal Noises: Sounds and Silences in International Relations 34 items
    1. Required listenings/readings/viewings 6 items
      1. Introduction: 'Silence' and Human Rights - Gurminder K. Bhambra, Robbie Shilliam

        Chapter  In: Silencing Human Rights: Critical Engagements with a Contested Project.

      2. Eurovision Song Contest. 2014. "Winner - Conchita Wurst - Rise Like A Phoenix - Austria - Live at the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest". YouTube, May 12 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8fvLtTRzdHw

      3. Storyville: Pussy Riot - A Punk Prayer. 2013. BBC, 21 October

        Audio-visual document  You will have to make sure you are logged in and enter name of institution - University of St Andrews. This should then show a green button which says available to watch now.

    2. Further listenings/readings/viewings 28 items
      1. Transforming world politics: from empire to multiple worlds - Anna M. Agathangelou, L. H. M. Ling 2009

        Book 

      2. Parallels and paradoxes: explorations in music and society - Daniel Barenboim, Edward W. Said, Ara Guzelimian 2004, c2002

        Book 

      3. Silencing human rights: critical engagements with a contested project - Gurminder K. Bhambra, Robbie Shilliam, Upendra Baxi 2009

        Book 

      4. Of things we hear but cannot see: Musical explorations of international politics - Roland Bleiker

        Chapter  in Franklin, M. (ed.) Resounding International Relations; On Music, Culture, and Politics.

      5. Policing pop - Martin Cloonan, Reebee Garofalo 2003

        Book 

      6. The clash of civilization: Notes from a punk/scholar - K. Dunn

        Chapter  in Franklin, M. (ed.) Resounding International Relations; On Music, Culture, and Politics.

      7. Guilliaume, X. 2013. "The sound of silence: Voice, security and the mundane" IR Research in Progress Seminars, Sussex University, 7 October. Available at: https://www.sussex.ac.uk/webteam/gateway/file.php?name=guillaume-7-oct.pdf&site=12 

      8. Hast, S. n.d. "Film" Susanna Hast: musistance - musical resistance, Personal Website https://www.susannahast.com/filming

      9. Hast, S. 2015b. "Song writing". YouTube, November 11. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VStJmKpcEAw

         

      10. What's On Your Playlist? Subcultures, Racism, and Cultural Appropriation - J. Johnston, K. Cairns, S. Baumann

        Chapter  in Introducing Sociology Using the Stuff of Everyday Life.

      11. Leogue, J. 2015. "CIA used Westlife song for torture" The Irish Times, 15 October. http://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/cia-used-westlife-song-for-torture-359410.html

      12. Poladia, C. 2014. "CIA Torture Songs: How Music Was Used To Create A 'Sense Of Hopelessness'" International Business Times, 12 September. http://www.ibtimes.com/pulse/cia-torture-songs-how-music-was-used-create-sense-hopelessness-1745523

      13. Sounds of Nationhood - Michael J. Shapiro 2001

        Article 

      14. Reading politically: National anthems as textual icons - K. Sondermann

        Chapter  in Carver, T. & Hyvärinen, M. (eds.). Interpreting the Political: New Methodologies

      15. Music and politics - John Street 2012

        Book 

  6. 6. Everyday Excursions: The Global Politics of Travel 50 items
    1. Required listenings/readings/viewings 5 items
      1. Gendering the right to the city - R. Whitson

        Chapter  in Feminist Spaces: Gender and Geography in a Global Context.

      2. Vrasti, W. 2012. "Giving Back (Without Giving Up) In Neoliberal Times" The Disorder of Things, 15 August. Available at https://thedisorderofthings.com/2012/08/15/giving-back-without-giving-up-in-neoliberal-times/#more-5969

    2. Further listenings/readings/viewings 45 items
      1. Mark Your Territory - Roxanne Lynn Doty

        Chapter  in Anti-Immigrantism in Western Democracies

      2. On the beach: Sexism and tourism - Cynthia Enloe

        Chapter  in Bananas, Beaches and Bases: Making Feminist Sense of International Politics. Available in the library and as an e-book.

      3. Touring poverty - Bianca Freire-Medeiros 2014

        Book 

      4. Our Love–Hate Relationship with the Car: Masculinity, Industry, and Environmental Sustainability - J. Johnston, K. Cairns, S. Baumann

        Chapter  in Introducing Sociology Using the Stuff of Everyday Life

      5. Positioning Usa in the Chinese Outbound Travel Market - Xiang (Robert) Li, Chia-Kuen Cheng, Hyounggon Kim, Xiangping Li 2015

        Article 

      6. Travel - Debbie Lisle

        Chapter  Chapter 48 in Visual global politics / edited by Roland Bleiker.

      7. Tourism and terrorism: An intimate equivalence - P. Phipps

        Chapter  in Gmelch, S.B. (ed.) Tourists and Tourism: A Reader.

      8. Imperial eyes: travel writing and transculturation - Mary Louise Pratt 1992

        Book  Available in the library and as an e-book.

      9. In the Place of the Public: Observations of a Traveller - M. Rosler

        Chapter  in Bouman, O. (ed.) The Invisible in Architecture.

      10. The tourist gaze 3.0 - John Urry, Jonas Larsen, John Urry 2011 (electronic book)

        Book 

  7. 7. Daily Viewing: The Global Politics of Film and Television 50 items
    1. Required listenings/readings/viewings 5 items
      1. Film 3 items
        1. Questioning the International: (Un)making Bosnian and Korean Conflicts, Cinematically - Shine Choi, Maria-Adriana Deiana 2017

          Article  In Trans-Humanities, Vol.10, No.1, pp.5-30, February, 2017 (navigate to paper in archive)

      2. Television 2 items
        1. Bumpy Space: Imperialism and Resistance in Star Trek: the Next Generation - N. Inayatullah

          Chapter  To seek out new worlds : science fiction and world politics / Jutta Weldes.

    2. Further listenings/readings/viewings 18 items
      1. Rewriting the “American dream”: Postmodernism and otherness in Independence Day - J. Mair

        Chapter  in Sardar, Z. & Cubitt, S. (eds.). Aliens R Us: The Other is Science Fiction Cinema.

      2. How to read a film: the world of movies, media, and multimedia : language, history, theory - James Monaco 2000

        Book  especially “The Language of Film: Signs and Syntax”, 152-227 and “‘Film’: Politics”, 261-283

      3. Cinematic geopolitics - Michael J. Shapiro 2009

        Book  Available in the library and as an e-book.

    3. TV 27 items
      1. The age of television: experiences and theories - Milly Buonanno, Jennifer Raddice 2008 (electronic book)

        Book 

      2. The queer politics of television - Samuel Allen Chambers 2009

        Book 

      3. Bumpy Space: Imperialism and Resistance in Star Trek: The Next Generation - N. Inayatullah 2003

        Chapter  ” in Weldes, J. (ed.) To Seek Out New Worlds: Science Fiction and World Politics

      4. Television, advertising, and the construction of postmodern identities - D. Kellner

        Chapter  in Media Culture: Cultural Studies, Identity and Politics between the Modern and the Postmodern

      5. Disconcerting Images - Hania A. M. Nashef 2012

        Article 

      6. Worlds of Our Making in Science Fiction and International Relations - N.J. Kiersey, I.B. Neumann

        Chapter  in Popular Culture and World Politics: Theories, Methods, Pedagogies

      7. Understanding television at the beginning of the post-network era - A.D. Lotz

        Chapter  in The Television Will be Revolutionized

      8. Entertainment wars: Television culture after 9/11 - L. Spigel

        Chapter  in Heller, D. (ed.) The Selling of 9/11: How a National Tragedy Became a Commodity

      9. Television - John Storey

        Chapter  in Cultural Studies and the Study of Popular Culture: Theory and Methods

  8. 8. Everyday Wear: Clothing, Fashion and International Relations 37 items
    1. Required listenings/readings/writings: 5 items
      1. Common Hour: Tracking the Militarized Global Sneaker on Vimeo Monday, April 14, 2014 at 12:09 PM EST

        Audio-visual document 

      2. The Art of (Un)Dressing Dangerously: The Veil as/ and Fashion - M.I. Franklin

        Chapter  Available in the library and as an e-book.

      3. The True Cost - Andrew Morgan

        Website  Directed by A. Morgan. Untold Creative & Life is My Movie Entertainment

    2. Further listenings/readings/writings: 32 items
      1. Un\Dressing the Sovereign: Fashion as Symbolic Form - A. Behnke

        Chapter  in The International Politics of Fashion: Being Fab in a Dangerous World

      2. Tracking the Militarized Sneaker - C. Enloe

        Chapter  in Globalization and Militarism: Feminists Make the Link

      3. The history of sexuality: Vol.1: An introduction - Michel Foucault, Robert Hurley 1990

        Book 

      4. Orientalism Refashioned: "Eastern Moon" in "Western Waters" Reflecting Back on the East China Sea - L.H.M. Ling

        Chapter  in Behnke, A. (ed.). The International Politics of Fashion: Being Fab in a Dangerous World

      5. Fashioning the body politic: dress, gender, citizenship - Wendy Parkins 2002

        Book  Available in the library and as an e-book.

      6. This is not a Mannequin: Enfashioning Bodies of Resistance - R.E. Shinko

        Chapter  in Behnke, A. (ed.). The International Politics of Fashion: Being Fab in a Dangerous World

      7. Fashion: a philosophy - Lars Svendsen, John Irons 2006 (electronic book)

        Book 

      8. Orange Prison Jumpsuit - E. Van Veeren

        Chapter  In Salter, M. (ed.) Making Things International: Catalysts and Reactions

      9. The politics of the veil - Joan Wallach Scott 2007

        Book 

  9. 9. Daily Sustenance: The Global Politics of Food 48 items
    1. Required Listenings/Readings/Viewings 5 items
      1. Food Security: Issues and Trends in International Politics - Carl Death 2011

        Article  in: IBERS: Knowledge-Based Innovations, 4: 32-37.

      2. You are What You Eat: Culture, Norms, and Values - J. Johnston, K. Cairns, S. Baumann

        Chapter  in Introducing Sociology Using the Stuff of Everyday Life

    2. Further listenings/readings/writings: 43 items
      1. Food security and sociopolitical stability - Christopher B. Barrett 2013 (electronic book)

        Book 

      2. Food: the key concepts - Warren James Belasco 2008

        Book 

      3. Reclaiming food security - Michael S. Carolan 2013

        Book 

      4. Hunger and public action - Jean Drèze, Amartya Sen 1989

        Book  Available in the library and as an e-book.

      5. A New Era of Food Insecurity? - Alan Dupont, Mark Thirlwell 2009

        Article 

      6. The Global Politics of Water Grabbing - Jennifer Franco, Lyla Mehta, Gert Jan Veldwisch 2013

        Article 

      7. Hunger pains: life inside foodbank Britain - Kayleigh Garthwaite, Jack Monroe, Linda Tirado 2016

        Book 

      8. Hungry Britain: the rise of food charity - Hannah Lambie-Mumford 2017

        Book 

      9. Foreign Policy in the Kitchen - Johanna Mendelson-Forman 2016

        Article 

      10. Hungry planet: what the world eats - Peter Menzel, Faith D'Aluisio 2007

        Book 

      11. Mills, L. (forthcoming) "Making a meal of it: Food, conflict and politics in the Travel Channel's Breaking Borders". Working Paper

      12. The ethnic restaurateur - Krishnendu Ray 2016

        Book 

      13. The State of Gastrodiplomacy - P. Rockpower 2014

        Article  Page nos. may vary online.

      14. Poverty and famines: an essay on entitlement and deprivation - Amartya Sen 1981

        Book  Available in the library and as an e-book.

      15. Food politics: perspectives on food security in Central Africa - Adam Sneyd, Alexander Fomin Legwegoh, Lauren Q. Sneyd 2015

        Article 

      16. Culinary Diplomats and Nation Branding - A. Valverde

        Document  Conflict Cuisine Project Report

  10. 10. Quotidian Connections: Social Media, Online Encounters and International Relations 38 items
    1. Required listenings/readings/viewings 8 items
      1. Cassetteboy. 2016a. "Cassetteboy vs The Snoopers' Charter". Available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2fSXp6N-vs

      2. Cassetteboy. 2016b. "Trump" in BBC, Charlie Brooker's Wipe 2016. Available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmMUznSig3I

      3. The Guardian. 2016. "Cassetteboy remix the news: 2016 review special". Available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dh_Og-MjWZI

      4. Swede Mason. 2014. "Scotland Megamix". Video Remix Commissioned by Sky news to promote coverage of the Scottish Independence Referendum on the 18th Sept 2014. Available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sMCWHdBd3zI

    2. Further listenings/readings/viewings 30 items
      1. Cassetteboy. 2014. "Cameron's Conference Rap". Available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YBumQHPAeU

      2. Cassetteboy. 2016. "Cassetteboy vs Jeremy Hunt". Available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uK7DRJx9nbU

      3. Cassetteboy. 2017. "Cassetteboy vs Theresa May" Available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7iUYWMD77w

      4. Eclectic Method. 2017. "Theresa May Remix | Strong and Stable" YouTube, 16 May. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-EV9BKHRgA

      5. Global politics: a new introduction - Jenny Edkins, Maja Zehfuss 2013

        Book  Read: Franklin, M. 2012. “How does the way we use the internet make a difference?”

      6.  HarassMap. n.d. "Who We Are". Available at: https://harassmap.org/en/who-we-are

      7. Jarvis, L. 2010. "Remember, Remember, 11 September: Memorializing 9/11 on the Internet" Journal of War and Culture Studies, 3(1): 69-82

        Temporary access problem

      8. The internet: an ethnographic approach - Daniel Miller, Don Slater 2000

        Book 

      9. Understanding digital culture - Vincent Miller 2011

        Book 

      10. Perraudin, F. 2014. "Cassetteboy: 'David Cameron won't be pleased by our video'" The Guardian, 10 October. https://www.theguardian.com/media/2014/oct/10/cassetteboy-david-cameron-mashup-copyright

      11. Colonizing Cyberspace: “National Security” and the Internet - D. Saco

        Chapter  in Cultures of Insecurity: States, Communities and the Production of Danger

      12. Introduction: The Politics of Visibility - D. Saco

        Chapter  in Cybering Democracy: Public Space and the Internet

      13. Understanding new media - Eugenia Siapera 2012

        Book 

      14. Blogistan: the internet and politics in Iran - Annabelle Sreberny, Gholam Khiabany 2011

        Book 

      15. Swede Mason. 2014. "Breaking Down The Budget". Video Remix Commissioned by Sky News. Available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AriKw7LR9GM

      16. Swede Mason. 2016. "Please Don't Go - Swede Mason". Available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5cpywM96bl0&index=13&list=RDyJsn9cB9D08

      17. Swede Mason. 2017. "Trump vs Talking Heads". Available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSuregWhlWk&list=RDyJsn9cB9D08&index=4

      18. The Zen of internet shopping - Sharon Zukin

        Chapter  in her Point of Purchase: How Shopping Changed American Culture

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