PhD Candidate – Politics and History
About CorineCorine Wood-Donnelly is a part-time lecturer in politics and history. She is in the end stages of completing a Ph.D. in International Relations with a working title of “On [Claims to] Sovereignty and the National Interest: Arctic Policy of Canada, Russia and the United States to 2010” which looks at the long term development of the Arctic as a region of interest in International Relations and explores the concepts of national interest and sovereignty.
International Relations (esp relating to the Arctic), imperialism, national interests and sovereignty.
- “Arctic Governance in an Era of Transformative Change” ICASS VII, “Circumpolar Perspectives in Global Dialogue”, International Arctic Social Sciences Association, Akureyri, Iceland. 22-25 June 2011.
- “Law of the Sea.” Oxford Bibliographies Online: International Relations. 2010
“Triangulating the Russian Position: The Discourse of the Arctic Front.” ESRC Seminar Series, 2010-11, Geopolitics of Polar Regions, Seminar 2, London. September 2010.
“Triangulating the Russian Position: The Discourse of the Arctic Front.” Institute of Public Affairs: Contemporary Conflicts: Class, Culture and Environment Conference, Bristol University, Bristol. September 2010.
“Anarchy, Geopolitics and International Law in the Dimensions of Arctic Space.” Politics & History Departmental Research Seminar, Brunel University, October 2009
“Arctic States: Security and the National Interest.” Warwick University Postgraduate Conference: “Security Beyond Borders” Warwick University, June 2009.
“Vying For Sovereignty: The Future of the Arctic?,” IBRU 9th Annual Conference: “The State of Sovereignty,” Durham University April 2009.