|27 May 2021||5:00pm - 6:30pm||Online via Zoom|
Patricia Owens is Professor of International Relations and Director of the Leverhulme Research Project Women and the History of International Thought, having previously held posts at Harvard, Princeton, UCLA, UC-Berkeley, the University of Southern California, the University of Sydney and Oriel College in Oxford.
Her most recent book, Economy of Force (Cambridge) won the 2016 Susan Strange Prize for the Best Book in international studies, the 2016 International Studies Association Theory Section Best Book Award, and was Runner up for the 2016 Francesco Guicciardini Prize for Best Book in Historical IR.
Patricia was co-editor of the European Journal of International Relations between 2013 and 2018. She is also co-editor of the leading undergraduate textbook in international relations, The Globalization of World Politics (Oxford, 2019). The book is now in its 7th edition and has been translated into Arabic, French, Korean, Polish, Greek, Turkish, Slovene, Hungarian and Macedonian.
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