Michael Nicholson Thesis Prize recipients

 

Year PhD awarded *Year Prize Awarded Name Institution Thesis Title  Thesis  Summary
2016 2017 Jakub Eberle University of Warwick Logic of Foreign Policy -Discourse, Fantasy and Germany's Policies in the Iraq Crisis  
2015 2016

James Eastwood

 


 

Darcy Leigh

 

SOAS

 


University of Edinburgh

The ethics of Israeli militarism: soldiers'testimony and the formation of the Israeli soldier-subject


Post-liberal agency: Decolonizing politics and universities in the Canadian Arctic

 
2014 2015

Stefan

Scheel

Open

University

Rethinking the Autonomy

of Migration: On the

Appropriation of Mobility

within Biometric Border

Regimes

2013 2014

Christopher

Rossdale

University of

Warwick

Anarchism, Anti-Militarism,
 
and the Politics of
 
Security
 
2012 2013

Erzsebet

Strausz

Aberystwyth

University

Being in Discourse:

An Experience

Book of Sovereignty

 
2011 2012

Jennifer

Martinez

University of

Nottingham

Comites de Tierra Urbana

(CTUs) and the "Right to the

City": Urban Transformation in

Venezuela a Bolivarian

Revolution.

 
2010  

Malfrid Braut-

Hegghammer

London

School of

Economics

Nuclear Entrepreneurs: Drivers

of Nuclear Proliferation

 
2009  

Omar

McDoom

London

School of

Economics

The Micro- Politics of Mass

Violence: Authority, Security,

and Opportunity in Rwanda's

Genocide

 
2008  

Priyanjali

Malik

Oxford

University

Debating "The Option": India's

Nuclear Policy in the 1990s

 
2007  

Columba

Peoples

Aberystwyth

University

Technology, common sense

and missile defence: A critical

approach to understandings of

technology employed in

American missile defence advocacy

 
2006 Joint winners  

Lauren

Phillips

 


Andrew

Neal

London

School of

Economics


University

of  Keele

Title unknown

 



Title unknown

 
2005  

Milja

Kurki

Aberystwyth

University

Rethinking the concept of

cause in IR theory

 
2004  

Emma

Haddad

London

School of

Economics

'Between Sovereigns: The

Refugee in International

Society'

 
2003 Joint winners  

Samantha

Jane King 


Anne

Hammerstad

University

of Plymouth


Wadham

College

Locating Moral Responsibility

for War Crimes


 

Title unknown

 
2002  

Tore 

Fougner

University

of  Keele

Politically at Sea:
 
problematising the new
 
norwegian shipping policy of
 
1996
 
2001  

Martin

Coward

University

of Newcastle

Urbicide and community in

bosnia- herzegovina

 
2000  

Debbie

Lisle

Univeristy

of Keele

Worlds apart: Politics,

Discourse and Contemporary

Travel Writing

 
1999  

James

Malcolm

University

of Sheffield

The political economy of

finance globalisation: does

japan "Big bang" herald

convergence?

 
1998 Joint winners  

Charlotte

Hooper


Edward

Keene

University

of Bristol

 


London

School of

Economics

Manly States: Masculinities,

International Relations and

Gender Politics


 

The Colonising Ethic and

modern international society

 
1997  

Molly

Cochran

London

School of

Economics

International ethics as

pragmatic critique: Confronting

the epistemological impasse of

the

cosmopolitan/communication

divide

 
1996       No record available  
1995       No record available  
1994  

Tim

Dunne

 

International Theory in Britain:

the Intervention of an

International Society Tradition

 
1993  

Erica

Benner

Oxford

University

Marx and Nationlism  
1992  

Sharon

Karman

Oxford

University

Rights of Conquest  

1991

1st year

of the

award

 
Susan
 
Rice
Oxford
 
University
The commonwealth initiative in
 
zimbabwe 1988/89 -
 
International Peacekeeping
 

*Note: In 2012 the BISA conference move from December to June so the Thesis prize is awarded the year after the thesis was awarded 


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