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 Dr. Nick Ritchie researches and teaches in the areas of international relations and international security at the University of York. His particular focus is on nuclear disarmament, proliferation and arms control and US and UK national security. After completing his PhD thesis at the University of Bradford in 2007 on the evolution of US nuclear weapons policy after the Cold War, Nick spent four years researching and teaching at Bradford’s Department of Peace Studies before joining York in 2011. He previously worked for five years at the Oxford Research Group, an independent Non-Governmental Organisation working with policy-makers and independent experts on the challenges of global security and nuclear disarmament.nick.ritchie@york.ac.ukDr. Anwar Mhajne is an Assistant Professor of Political Science and the Head Faculty Fellow for the Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity, and Social Justice at Stonehill College. She also serves on the Academic Council of American Friends of Combatants for Peace. Her research strengths lie in the following areas: Feminist International Relations and Security Studies; Civil Society and Activism; Political Islam; Middle East; Gender Politics; and Social Movements. Her work has been featured in the Journal of Women, Politics & Policy, The International Feminist Journal of Politics, Political Research Quarterly​, Religion and Politics, Culturico, The Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs, Foreign Policy, The Conversation, Times of Israel, Haaretz, Middle East Eye, +972 Magazine, Quartz, The Defense Post, The Jerusalem Post, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Albawaba, the New Arab, and the National, among others. At Stonehill College, Dr. Mhajne teaches Global Security Studies,  Political Science Research Methods, US Foreign Policy, Political Islam, Politics of the Middle East, Terror, State and Society, Cyber Security, Politics of "Fake News," and International Politics. She is a Co-chair of the Faculty of Color Association at Stonehill College and currently serves as a Member-at-Large on the executive committee of the Feminist Theory and Gender Studies Section (FTGS). amhajne@stonehill.eduDr. Sana Rahim is a lecturer in critical security at Sheffield Hallam University. Prior to this, I have worked at The University of Manchester, The University of Leicester and Manchester Metropolitan University. My principal research and teaching expertise are in Critical Security Studies, IR theories, understanding the dominance of the dominant discourses in IR, Nuclear Weapons, Postcolonial approaches to security and South East Asia. I am particularly interested in the ‘notion of the voice’ and qualitative research methods. I am currently working on a monograph based on my doctoral thesis titled: ‘Living with Orientalism: Pakistan’s nuclear community, exclusion and othering’. sanarahim@hotmail.co.uk



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