Dr Nicole Wegner

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

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Biographical details

Dr. Nicole Wegner is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Gender and War. Her research uses feminist approaches to understanding gender and military identities. Specifically, her work explores how narratives, images, myths, and symbolic representations of the military and military personnel influence domestic and foreign policies in Canada and Australia. Her broad research interests include nationalism, militarism, and feminist methodologies in studying global politics.

Research interests

  • Gender politics
  • Militarization and martial politics
  • Feminist security studies
  • International relations
  • Foreign policy analysis

Selected publications

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Journals

  • Wegner, N. (2018). Bridging and Conversation in International Relations. Bridges: Conversation in International Relations. [More Information]
  • Wegner, N. (2018). Militarization in Canada: myth-breaking and image-making through recruitment campaigns. Critical Military Studies. [More Information]
  • Wegner, N. (2017). Discursive battlefields: Support(ing) the troops in Canada. International Journal, 72(4), 444-462. [More Information]

2018

  • Wegner, N. (2018). Bridging and Conversation in International Relations. Bridges: Conversation in International Relations. [More Information]
  • Wegner, N. (2018). Militarization in Canada: myth-breaking and image-making through recruitment campaigns. Critical Military Studies. [More Information]

2017

  • Wegner, N. (2017). Discursive battlefields: Support(ing) the troops in Canada. International Journal, 72(4), 444-462. [More Information]

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