Dr Noga Glucksam
Room: 3.07, 29/30 Tavistock Sq.
Noga Glucksam is an assistant professor in international relations and political sociology. She received her PhD in 2017 from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London, where she studies conceptual dissonances in the transitional justice processes of Uganda and Liberia.
Ms Glucksam’s research focuses on post-conflict transitions, examining the political, sociological, international-legal and security aspects of conflict resolution, peacebuilding, reconciliation and transitional justice. Her work combines social-theoretical analysis and critical discourse analysis with a historical and comparative methodological approach. In her most recent research project, Pathways to Reconciliation, Dr Glucksam explores the ways in which reconciliation initiatives can foster desecuritisation but also foment competitive victimhood.
- Glucksam, Noga. “My grief, our grievance: Universal human rights discourse and the standardisation of collective memory” in: A. Sierp and J. Wustenberg (Editors), Agency in Transnational Memory. (Berghahn, 2020). https://www.berghahnbooks.com/title/WustenbergAgency
- Glucksam, Noga. “I Fear, Therefore I Am: Ontological security after civil wars.” Civil Wars 20, no. 1 (2018): 89-108). https://doi.org/10.1080/13698249.2018.1466090
- PUBL 0037 Foreign Policy Analysis
- Dissertation supervision interests: peacebuilding and conflict resolution, human rights, transitional justice and humanitarian law, international identity politics, critical security studies and securitisation theory, qualitative methods, discourse analysis.