Mauro Caraccioli, Linea Cutter, and Şengül Yıldız-Alanbay Guest-Edited Issue of SPECTRA
August 2, 2021
ASPECT doctoral students Linea Cutter and Şengül Yıldız-Alanbay along with Mauro Caraccioli, Political Science and ASPECT core faculty, guest-co-edited Volume 8, Issue 1 of SPECTRA: The ASPECT Journal(2021), a special issue titled “Re-Envisioning Ideology: Disciplinary (Neo)liberalism and the Production of World Order” on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the publication of Re-Envisioning Peacekeeping; The United Nations and the Mobilization of Ideology (Minneapolis, Minnesota: University of Minnesota, 1999) by François Debrix, professor of political science and ASPECT program director.
The issue included the following: “Re-Envisioning Peacekeeping @ 20: New Provocations in Critical World Order Studies” by Caraccioli, pp. 7–13; “Chasing Giants: Simulation and the United Nations’ Trompe l’oeil Games” by Cutter, pp. 28–34; “The Politics of Virtual Security” by Yıldız-Alanbay, pp. 35–40; and “Morituri Te Salutant” by Debrix, pp. 46–51.
More about this issue and the 10th anniversary of SPECTRA can be found here.