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Dr Jonathan Havercroft - Publishes Two New Articles

Published: 19 May 2020

Dr Jonathan Havercroft, Associate Professor in International Political Theory, Department of Politics and International Relations (PAIR) has published two new articles.


Flipping the Academic Conference, or How We Wrote a Peer-Reviewed Article in a Day,with Ilan Zvi Baron, Isaac Kamola, Jonneke Koomen, and Alex Prichard, Alternatives 45:1, pp. 3 -- 19.


Is it possible to write a publishable, peer-reviewed academic paper in a day? We attempted this task in 2016, motivated by a desire to find new ways of doing academic work in the face of our growing sense of alienation within the neoliberal academy. This article provides our analysis of academic alienation and an auto-ethnography of our experiment. We discuss four lessons learned: (1) knowledge as a social relation, (2) time and the academy, (3) gender and collaborative writing, and (4) the contradictions and possibilities of anarchy and authorship. We also offer practical advice for scholars looking to engage in similar collaborations.

Find the full article on Sage Journals website


Editorial: Decolonizing Global Constitutionalism,” with Antje Wiener, Val Napoleon, Jo Shaw, and Jacob Eisler, Global Constitutionalism, 9:1, pp. 1—6


Beginning in 2020 the journal’s editorial offices will be based at the University of Southampton in England. As a port city Southampton is probably most famous for two transatlantic crossings that departed from her harbour – the R.M.S. Titanic which sailed in 1912, and the departures of the Speedwell and the Mayflower in 1620. While the Titanic is probably the more famous sailing – having been immortalised in song and film – the sailings of the Speedwell and Mayflower from Southampton harbour precisely 400 years ago are certainly more significant for the history of global constitutionalism.

Find the full article on Cambridge Core website

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