Teaching: Energy (In)Securities – Winter Semester @Tübingen

Same as last term, students signed up to my course ‘Energy (In)Securities’ will be producing a series of blog posts exploring topics covered in class. These posts will again be hosted on http://www.exploringsecurity.wordpress.com, and will be uploaded across the semester, so stay tuned! The handbook for the course, including seminar outlines and reading lists isContinue reading “Teaching: Energy (In)Securities – Winter Semester @Tübingen”

Teaching: Student Debate

IS SECURITY MORE IMPORTANT THAN PRIVACY? This post previously appeared on the student-run blog for my course ‘Critical Security Studies’. The course ran over the summer semester of 2017 at the Institute for Political Science at the University of Tübingen. To access this site, please click here. This week marked the final seminar of ourContinue reading “Teaching: Student Debate”

Teaching: Contemporary (In)Securities – A student-run course blog

As part of our ‘Critical Security Studies’ course at the University of Tübingen this semester, students have been tasked with critically applying different approaches to security to contemporary political events. Check in regularly for new posts covering a broad range of topics, including security discourses in the so-called ‘EU migrant crisis’, the governance of Ebola,Continue reading “Teaching: Contemporary (In)Securities – A student-run course blog”

Undergraduate Guide: Reflections from the Other Side

Please click on the link below to download the short guide that I recently put together for first year human geography undergraduates. It provides a series of reflections upon things I wish I had known or done differently when I was doing my undergraduate degree. It covers topics such as how to find literature and read efficiently, howContinue reading “Undergraduate Guide: Reflections from the Other Side”