Faye Donnelly, Lecturer

Biography

Faye Donnelly is a lecturer in the School of International Relations at the University of St Andrews. She is the author of Securitization and the Iraq War: The Rules of Engagement in World Politics (Routledge, 2013). Her most recent article, ‘The Queen’s Speech: Desecuritizing the Past, Present and Future of Anglo-Irish Relations’ has been published in the European Journal of International Relations.

Research areas

Professor Donnelly's research intersted include the following:

  • critical security studies
  • securitization
  • emblems and flags
  • language games and discourse
  • sensory security
  • humanitarian intervention
  • constructivism
  • financial security. 

Publications

Books

Published:

  • Donnelly, Faye (2013): ‘Securitization and the Iraq War: The Rules of Engagement in World Politics’: Routledge.

In preparation:

  • Donnelly, Faye (2018): ‘Mapping Securitization: Negotiating the Limits of Security’: Palgrave MacMillan.

Articles

  • Donnelly, Faye (2015): ‘The Queen’s Speech: Desecuritizing the Past, Present and Future of Anglo-Irish Relations, European Journal of International Relations, 21(4): 911-934.
  • Donnelly, Faye (2014): ‘Security Matters: The Reconstruction of the “New World Order” in American Foreign Policy’, Journal of GlobalFaultlines 2(1): 17-23.

Book chapters and invited contributions

  • Donnelly, Faye (2016): ‘Critical Security as an Alternative Dialogue for Peace: Reconstructing Language Barriers and Talking Points’ in Oliver P Richmond and Sandra Poggoda (Eds.) ‘Dimensions of Peace: Disciplinary and Regional Approaches’: Palgrave MacMillan.
  • Donnelly, Faye (2016): ‘Rethinking the Olympic Games as a Competing Space for and Contested Sites of Peace and Conflict’ in Annika Björkdahl and Susanne Buckley-Zistel (Eds.)‘Where Peace and Conflict Take Place: Analysing Peace and Conflict from a Spatial Perspective’: Palgrave MacMillan.

Online articles and blogs

Teaching

Sub-Honours teaching

  • Constructivism (IR2005)

Honours teaching

  • Mapping the Emerging and Evolving Boundaries of Security (IR3054)
  • Europe, America and the Transatlantic (IR4553)
  • Dissertations (IR4099)

Postgraduate teaching

  • Textual Analysis (IR5601)
  • Visualising Security (IR5036)
  • Spaces of Securitization (IR5063)
  • Dissertations (IR5099)

PhD supervision topics

Faye Donnelly welcomes PhD proposals on any of the topics or related topics in her research areas. Prospective students are invited to send Faye a short outline detailing their proposed project by emailing fd47@st-andrews.ac.uk