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Beate Jahn
Professor of International Relations (International Relations)
Key areas: IR theory, ethics, law, history
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Research

Beate Jahn's work is broadly located in the areas of classical and modern political and international theory. She is interested in liberal internationalism, in conceptual history, and  the relationship between theory and practice in IR. She is particularly interested in supervising DPhil projects in the following areas:

  • analysis of classical authors in and for international relations
  • analysis of world views and ideologies in relation to international affairs
  • critical studies of the role of human rights, democracy, international law, free trade in the constitution of world order
  • critical investigations of the role of culture, gender, ethics, in the constitution of the theory and practice of international relations
  • critical analysis of the conception of North-South relations (and more generally self-other relations) in the constitution of the theory and practice of international relations
  • critical theories in International Relations