Dr Nicholas Henry is an Associate Fellow in the Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation.
Dr Henry’s research examines the role of non-state actors in international politics, including transnational activism and protest movements. His current work is on political change in Myanmar and the contested politics of borders in the Asia-Pacific region, and he has recently completed a book from this research entitled Asylum, Work, and Precarity: Bordering the Asia-Pacific.
Talks in CSGR
‘The Language of Border Security’, SISAW Research Session, Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation, University of Warwick, 22 June 2016.
- Borders: Social Practice and Political Theory, Migration and Asylum
- International Social Movements and Political Change
- Politics of the Asia-Pacific
- Henry, N. (2017) Asylum, Work, and Precarity: Bordering the Asia-Pacific. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Henry, N. (2016) ‘Everyday Agents of Change: Trade Unions in Myanmar’. In Elias, J. and Rethel, L. (eds), The Everyday Political Economy of Southeast Asia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
- Henry, N. (2015) ‘Trade Union Internationalism and Political Change in Myanmar’. Global Change, Peace and Security 27(1): 69–84.
- Henry, N. (2013): ‘A Place on the Platform: Participation of Women in Karen Community Organisations’. Journeys from Exclusion to Inclusion: Marginalized Women’s Successes in Overcoming Political Exclusion. Stockholm: International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (International IDEA).
- Henry, N. (2011) ‘Civil Society Amid Civil War: Political Violence and Non-Violence in the Burmese Democracy Movement’. Global Society 25(1): 97–111.
- Henry, N. (2010) ‘Politics Beyond the State: Europe as Empire and as Civilisation’. Comparative European Politics 8(2): 262–80.