Teaching & Research Fellow in International Security and Border Studies
IAS Early Career Fellow
If you want to contact me about PO966, PO102 or PO381, then please use my staff email address: Charlie.W.Price@warwick.ac.uk
Advice and Feedback Hours:
Room E1.25 & Online: Mondays 14:30-15:30 & Tuesdays 10:30-11:30.
PGR email address: Charlie.Price@warwick.ac.uk
I am currently a Teaching & Research Fellow in International Security and Border Studies, and an Early Career Fellow in the Institute of Advanced Study. I completed my PhD in 2023 with funding from the ESRC, on the 1+3 scheme. I have an MA in Research Methods in 2019, having previously undertaken an MA in International Security and a BA in Politics and International Studies, all at the University of Warwick. For the 2020/2021 academic year I also worked as the Communications Officer for the British International Studies Association Postgraduate Network.
My research looks at identity constructions and performances, framings of migration and conceptions of the border. I am especially interested in: ontological security, biopolitics, nationalism, borders, resistance, and humour. I have also been involved with the Border Narratives project. My supervisors were Nick Vaughan-Williams and Christopher Browning.
For the 2023/2024 academic year I am the module director for the MA module PO966: Concepts and Theories in International Security. I am also a seminar tutor for PO102: Political Research in the 21st Century and PO381: Critical Security Studies. Previously (2019-2022), I was a seminar tutor for PO219: Theories of International Relations and PO231: International Security.
Articles & Book Reviews
(2021) Review Article: Global Reaches of Bordered Spaces, Geopolitics,