global politics, relationally

30 Jun 2014
by Laura Sjoberg

Facebook gets genderqueer – but does it translate?

Many if not most of us live some portion of both our professional and social lives on Facebook. Among my friends and colleagues, a significant amount of attention is paid to how to ensure privacy on Facebook, but less attention … Continue reading

21 May 2014
by Laura Sjoberg

‘Mansplaining’ International Relations?: What Walt Misses

Following the tradition of Saturday Night Live’s Father Sarducci, Steve Walt turned the “Five Minute University” from the 1970s into a lesson for the undergraduate class of 2014 on Foreign Policy yesterday, providing a five-minute lesson as a substitute for a Bachelor’s degree in … Continue reading

12 Apr 2014
by Laura Sjoberg

Discourse analysis of “Israel Apartheid Week”: Where’s the peace?

This is a post by Renee Marlin-Bennett. Security issues at RelationsInternational have made the author byline incorrect. We’re sorry for the inconvenience. On the Wednesday of Israel Apartheid Week, the daily email announcements from the University included the following: Palestinian … Continue reading