Julia Welland (External member – University of Warwick)
Biography: PhD submitted to the Politics Department, University of Manchester, 2013
Cluster Research Orientations: Critical Security, Terrorism and Political Violence Studies; Studies of Conflict, War and Peace
Specific research interests: feminist theory; militarism; masculinity; feminist security studies; poststructuralism; war; violence; the ‘everyday’
Welland, J. “Gender, War and Technologies” in Handbook on Gender and War, Jennifer Mathers (ed.). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, forthcoming.
Welland, J. “Compassionate Soldiering and the Violent Logics of War” in Emotions, Politics and War, Linda Ahall and Thomas Gregory (eds.). London: Routledge. Forthcoming.
Welland, J. “Militarised Violences, Basic Training and the Myths of Asexuality and Discipline”, Review of International Studies, forthcoming. (Available on RIS First View, DOI: 10.1017/S0260210512000605).
Welland, J. “Liberal Warriors and the Violent Colonial Logics of ‘Partnering and Advising’”. International Feminist Journal of Politics (Forthcoming).
Feminism; militarism; masculinity; violence
Module director of International Security (University of Warwick)
GTA of Introduction to International Politics (POLI10601): 2010-2013)
GTA of Questions About International Politics (POLI20522): 2011-2013
Guest Lecturer on Gender and International Relations (POLI30792): 2013