Dr Musab Younis, BA, Nottingham; MPhil & DPhil, Oxon.
Lecturer in International Relations
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgTelephone: 020 7882 8586 Room Number: Arts One, 2.32 Office Hours: Wednesday 11am-12pm & Thursday 2-3pm
Musab holds a doctorate in international relations from the University of Oxford. His research examines anticolonial intellectual cultures and their significance for the present, with a particular interest in political thought in Africa and the Caribbean and across the African diaspora. He has previously taught at SOAS, Cardiff and Oxford.
Musab’s work is located at the intersection of intellectual history and international relations. He works on anticolonial intellectual cultures and their significance for the present, with a particular interest in political thought in Africa and the Caribbean and across the African diaspora. He is currently preparing a book manuscript on conceptions of race and global order across the interwar black Atlantic.
Examples of research funding:
Musab’s doctoral research was funded by the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).
‘The Haitian Revolution,’ in The Oxford Handbook on History and International Relations, edited by Mlada Bukovansky, Edward Keene, Maja Spanu and Chris Reus-Smit, Oxford University Press (forthcoming)
‘Race, the World and Time: Haiti, Liberia and Ethiopia (1914–45),’ Millennium: Review of International Studies 46/3, 352–370 (2018)
‘‘United by Blood’: Race and Transnationalism During the Belle Époque,’ Nations and Nationalism 23/3 (2017)
‘After the Postcolony,’ Millennium: Review of International Studies 41/1, 131-136 (2012)