Dr Clara Eroukhmanoff


NameDr Clara Eroukhmanoff
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Organisational UnitSocial Sciences

Research outputs

The securitisation of Islam: indirect speech acts and affect in the US post-9/11

Eroukhmanoff, C (2019). The securitisation of Islam: indirect speech acts and affect in the US post-9/11. Manchester Manchester University Press.

Responding to terrorism with peace, love and solidarity: ‘Je suis Charlie’, ‘Peace’ and ‘I Heart MCR’

Eroukhmanoff, C (2019). Responding to terrorism with peace, love and solidarity: ‘Je suis Charlie’, ‘Peace’ and ‘I Heart MCR’. Journal of International Political Theory. 15 (2), pp. 167-187.

Introduction: Interrogating the ‘everyday’ politics of emotions in international relations

Beattie, AR, Eroukhmanoff, C and Head, N (2019). Introduction: Interrogating the ‘everyday’ politics of emotions in international relations. Journal of International Political Theory.

Securing diplomacy in the war on terrorism: a critical perspective

Eroukhmanoff, C (2018). Securing diplomacy in the war on terrorism: a critical perspective. in: Cusumano, E and Kinsey, C (ed.) Diplomatic Security Stanford Stanford University Press.

‘It’s not a Muslim ban!’ Indirect speech acts and the securitisation of Islam in the United States post-9/11

Eroukhmanoff, C (2018). ‘It’s not a Muslim ban!’ Indirect speech acts and the securitisation of Islam in the United States post-9/11. Global Discourse / Global Discourse: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Current Affairs and Applied Contemporary Thought. 8 (1), pp. 5-25.

Emotions and Time: Approaching Emotions through a Fusion of Horizons

Eroukhmanoff, C and Teles Fazendeiro, BTF (2017). Emotions and Time: Approaching Emotions through a Fusion of Horizons. in: Sangar, ES and Clement, MC (ed.) Researching emotions in International Relations: Methodological perspectives for a new paradigm Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 255-276

Securitisation Theory

Eroukhmanoff, C (2017). Securitisation Theory. in: Stephen McGlinchey, SM, Rosie Walters, RW and Christian Scheinpflug, CS (ed.) International Relations Theory Bristol E-International Relations Publishing.

Reflections on the Posthuman in International Relations: The Anthropocene, Security and Ecology

Eroukhmanoff, C and Harker, M (ed.) (2017). Reflections on the Posthuman in International Relations: The Anthropocene, Security and Ecology. E-International Relations.

A Feminist Reading of Foreign Policy under Trump: Mother of All Bombs, Wall, and the “Locker Room Banter”

Eroukhmanoff, C (2017). A Feminist Reading of Foreign Policy under Trump: Mother of All Bombs, Wall, and the “Locker Room Banter”. Critical Studies on Security. 5 (3).

100 Days of Trump: Security and Foreign Policy Implications

Bentley, M, Eroukhmanoff, C and Hackett, U (2017). 100 Days of Trump: Security and Foreign Policy Implications. Critical Studies on Security. 5 (3), pp. 1-2.

A Critical Contribution to the “Security-Religion” Nexus: Going Beyond the Analytical

Eroukhmanoff, C (2016). A Critical Contribution to the “Security-Religion” Nexus: Going Beyond the Analytical. International Studies Review. 18 (2), pp. 366-378.

Scholars’ agency in securitisation: a leap forward

Eroukhmanoff, C (2015). Scholars’ agency in securitisation: a leap forward. The Duck of Minerva [blog].

The remote securitisation of Islam in the US post-9/11: euphemisation, metaphors and the “logic of expected consequences” in counter-radicalisation discourse

Eroukhmanoff, C (2015). The remote securitisation of Islam in the US post-9/11: euphemisation, metaphors and the “logic of expected consequences” in counter-radicalisation discourse. Critical Studies on Terrorism. 8 (2), pp. 246-265.
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