Professor Arlene Beth Tickner joins PhISO Advisory Board

We are very happy and honored that Professor Arlene Beth Tickner accepted our humble request to become one of the members of the Honorary Board of Advisors.


Arlene Beth Tickner is Professor at the School of Political Science, Government and International Relations at the Universidad del Rosario (Bogotá, Colombia). She is the President of the Colombian International Studies Association (Red Colombiana de Relaciones Internacionales). She earned her PhD in International Studies from the University of Miami and MA in Latin American Studies from Georgetown University.

Prof. Tickner is the lead editor of the ‘Worlding beyond the West’ book series published by Routledge. Within this series, she edited International Relations Scholarship Around the World (with Ole Waever in 2009), Thinking International Relations Differently (with David L. Blaney in 2012), and Claiming the International (with David L. Blaney in 2014). A forthcoming Routledge volume, Theorizing International Politics from the Global South: Worlds of Difference, is being edited together with L.H.M. Ling and Nizar Messari.

She is the author of, among other articles: “Core, Periphery and (Neo)Imperialist International Relations” in the European Journal of International Relations, “Seeing IR Differently: Notes from the Third World” in the Millennium: Journal of International Studies, and “Hearing Latin American Voices in International Relations Studies” in the International Studies Perspectives.

Professor Arlene Beth Tickner was honored as the distinguished scholar in 2014 by the Global South Caucus of International Studies during the annual convention of the International Studies Association (ISA).

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