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Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute


Academic publications authored and co-authored by our professors, PhD students and collaborators.

Publications are arranged according to research theme:

Health and Medicine in Conflict and Humanitarianism

  • Brauman, Rony (2009) Humanitarian Medicine
  • Müller, Tanja R (2010) Changing Resource Profiles: Aspirations Among Orphans in Central Mozambique in the Context of an AIDS Mitigation. Intervention Journal of Development Studies 46(2): 254-273.

Cultures of Humanitarianism

  • Gatrell, Peter (2011) Free World? The Campaign to Save the World’s Refugees, 1956-1963. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Müller, Tanja R. (2013) The Ethiopian Famine Revisited: Band Aid and the Antipolitics of Celebrity Humanitarian Action. Disasters, 37(1): 61-79.
  • Thompson, James (2011) Humanitarian Performance and the Asian Tsunami. TDR: The Journal of Performance Studies 55(1)(T209): 70-83.
  • Thompson, James; Hughes, Jenny; and Balfour, Michael (2009) Performance In Place of War. Calcutta/Chicago: Seagull Press/University of Chicago Press.

Critical Peace and Conflict Studies

  • Jacoby, Tim and Özerdem, Alpaslan (forthcoming) Peace in Turkey? Lexington, Lanham MD.
  • Mac Ginty, Roger (2012) Between Participation and Compliance: Non-participation and the liberal peace. Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, 6(2): 167-187.
  • Peterson, Jenny (2009) Rule of Law’ initiatives and the liberal peace: the impact of politicised reform in post-conflict states. Disasters 34(1): 15-34.
  • Pogodda, Sandra (2012) Inconsistent Interventionism in Palestine: Objectives, Narratives, and Domestic Policy-Making. Democratization 19 (3): 535-552.
  • Richmond, Oliver P (2011) A Post-Liberal Peace. London: Routledge.

Political Violence, States and Geopolitics

  • Brauman, Rony (2009) Humanitaire, diplomatie et droits de l'homme, préface de Tzvetan Todorov. Paris: Editions du Cygne.
  • Howell, Alison (2010) Sovereignty, Security, Psychiatry: Liberation and the Failure of Mental Health Governance in Iraq. Security Dialogue 41(4): 347-67.
  • Jacoby, Tim (2008) Understanding Conflict and Violence: Interdisciplinary and Theoretical Approaches. London: Routledge.
  • Jasani, Rubina (2011) A game of hide and seek: gendered ethnographies of the everyday state after communal violence in Ahmedabad, Western India. Contemporary South Asia 19(3): 249-262.
  • Müller, Tanja (2005) The Making of Elite Women. Revolution and Nation Building in Eritrea. Boston and Leiden: Brill Publishers.

Histories of Humanitarianism

  • Gatrell, Peter (2013) The Making of the Modern Refugee. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Müller, Tanja R. (2012) From rebel governance to state consolidation – Dynamics of loyalty and the securitisation of the state in Eritrea. Geoforum 43(4): 793-803.
  • Taithe, Bertrand, Crook, Tom and Gill, Rebecca (Eds) (2011) Evil, Barbarism and Empire, Basingstoke: Palgrave.
  • Bertrand Taithe (2012), ‘Pyrrhic Victories: Catholic Faith, medical expertise and secularizing technologies’ in M. Barnett & J. Stein, Faith and aid: Religion, Secularism, and Humanitarianism, Oxford University Press.
  • Bertrand Taithe and Adam Davies (2011) French Historical Studies, including introduction: From the Purse and the Heart: Exploring Charity, Humanitarianism and Human Rights in France. French Historical Studies 34(3): 413-432.

Disaster Studies and Global Resilience

  • Brauman, Rony and Vidal, Claudine (2011) Natural Disasters: “Do Something”! In Claire Magone, Michael Neumann, and Fabrice Weissman (Eds) Humanitarian Negotiations Revealed (London: Hurst), pp. 219-235.
  • Burkle FM, Redmond AD, McArdle DF (2012) An authority for crisis coordination and accountability The Lancet, 379(9833): 2223-5.
  • Kailiponi, Paul (2009) Analysing evacuation decisions using multi-attribute utility theory (MAUT). First International Conference on Evacuation Modelling and Management (ICEM) 3: 163-174.
  • Redmond, Tony, O'Dempsey, Tim, and Taithe, Bertrand (2011) Disasters and a register for foreign medical teams The Lancet, 377(9771): 1054-55.