Dr. Oded Löwenheim

Oded Löwenheim
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Research Areas: Political Auto-Ethnography and the Conflict in Israel/Palestine, Emotions and security, Critical security studies, Politics of the everyday, Personal Resistance to Violence and Conflict, Authority, the Great Powers, deviance, and punishment in world politics, Governmentality in international politics. 

Single-authored books

- Oded Löwenheim, The Politics of the Trail: Reflexive Mountain Biking along the Frontier of Jerusalem (Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 2014)

- Oded Löwenheim, Predators and Parasites: Persistent Agents of Transnational Harm and Great Power Authority (Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 2007).

 

Selected articles in refereed journals

- Oded Löwenheim, "Back To Hebron's Tegart Fort: An Autoethnography of Shame, Love, Loss, and the De-Securitization of the Self," Journal of Narrative Politics Vol.1 No.2 (Spring 2015), pp. 133-149.

- Oded Löwenheim, “The 'I' in IR: An Autoethnographic Account,” Review of International Studies, Vol.36 No.4 (October 2010), pp. 1025-1048.

- Oded Löwenheim and Gadi Heimann, “Revenge in International Politics,” Security Studies Vol.17 No.4 (Winter 2008/9), pp. 685-724.

- Oded Löwenheim, “Examining the State: A Foucauldian Perspective on International 'Governance Indicators',” Third World Quarterly Vol.29 No.2 (March 2008), pp. 255-274.

- Oded Löwenheim, “The Responsibility to Responsibilize: Foreign Offices and the Issuing of Travel Warnings,” International Political Sociology Vol.1 No.3 (September 2007), pp. 203-221.

- Oded Löwenheim, “ ‘Do Ourselves Credit and Render a Lasting Service to Mankind’: British Moral Prestige, Humanitarian Intervention, and the Barbary Pirates,” International Studies Quarterly Vol.47, No.1 (March 2003), pp. 23-48.