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Natasha Emilie Georgina Saunders

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Natasha Emilie Georgina Saunders
Postal address:
School of International
Relations
Arts Building The Scores
St Andrews
United Kingdom

Email: negs@st-andrews.ac.uk

Direct phone: +44 (0)1334 462921

Research overview

Dr Saunders' research sits at the intersection of global politics and political theory, focusing on contemporary social and political thought as a framework for analysing pressing global issues. She has a particular interest in issues of forced migration, human rights, and citizenship, and in conceptualisations of, and questions about, political responsibility, social justice, political subjectivity, and 'decolonising' political theory. While interested in a range of traditions in international/global political theory, Dr Saunders has a particular interest in the work of Michel Foucault, Hannah Arendt, Iris Marion Young and Judith Butler.

 

Key Words: contemporary political theory; forced migration; human rights; responsibility and justice; subjectivity.

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