- Dr Andrew Hom
- Lecturer in International Relations | Deputy Programme Director - MSc International Relations
- 3.03 Chrystal Macmillan Building 15a George Square Edinburgh UK EH8 9LD
- +44 (0)131 6504688
- Research Interests
- Classical realism, International Relations, International theory, just war theory, Social constructivism, Narratives, methodology in the social sciences, timing / time / temporality, International Security, critical security studies, Process / Figurational Sociology, disciplinary history
Guidance and Feedback Hours
- By appointment
Lecturer in International Relations, University of Edinburgh School of Social & Political Sciences | from September 2016
Research Associate, University of Glasgow School of Social & Political Sciences | 2014 - 2016 (ESRC project, ‘Moral victories: Ethics, exit strategies, and the ending of wars’)
Teaching Fellow, University of St Andrews School of International Relations | Fall 2014
Lecturer (adjunct), Vanderbilt University Department of Political Science | Spring 2014
Ph.D., International Politics, Aberystwyth University | 2013
M.A., Political Science (with honours), University of Kansas | 2008
B.A., Religious Studies, University of Kansas | 2001
B.F.A., Industrial Design, University of Kansas | 2001
2018 | 'Silent Order: The temporal turn in critical International Relations', Millennium Journal of International Studies, (forthcoming in Conference Issue: 'The Politics of Time in International Relations').
2018 | 'Timing is Everything: Toward a Better Understanding of Time and International Politics', International Studies Quarterly 62 (1): 69-79.
2017 | 'Patriots All around: Inter/national Timing, Round Numbers, and the Politics of Commemorative Critique', Australian Journal of Politics and History 63 (3): 442-55.
2017 | '“A Bridge too far”? On the Impact of Worldly Relevance on International Relations', International Studies Review 19(4): 692–721.
2016 | ‘Angst Springs Eternal: Dangerous Times and the Dangers of Timing the “Arab Spring”’, Security Dialogue 47(2): 165-183.
2010 | ‘Hegemonic Metronome: The Ascendancy of Western Standard Time’, Review of International Studies 36(4): 1145-1170.
2010 | ‘Open Horizons: The Temporal Visions of Reflexive Realism’, International Studies Review 12(2): 271-300 (with Brent J. Steele).
2008 | ‘The New Legs Race: Critical Perspectives on Biometrics in Iraq’, Military Review (Jan-Feb): 85-94.
2017 | Moral Victories: The Ethics of Winning Wars. Oxford University Press (with Kurt Mills and Cian O’Driscoll).
2016 | A Space for Time: Essays on Time, Temporality and Global Politics. Bristol: E-International Relations Publishing (with Christopher McIntosh, Alasdair McKay, and Liam Stockdale).
Forthcoming | 'Truth and power, uncertainty and catastrophe: Ethics in IR realism', in The Routledge Handbook of Ethics and International Relations, edited by Eric A. Heinze and Brent J. Steele. Abingdon: Routledge.
2016 | ‘Child’s Play: Temporal Discourse, Counterpower, and Environmental Politics’, chapter in Anna M. Agathangelou and Kyle Killian (eds.), Time, Temporality and Violence in IR: (De) Fatalizing the Present, Forging Radical Alternatives. Abingdon: Routledge Interventions Series (with Brent J. Steele).
2016 | ‘Timing, Identity, and Emotion in International Relations’, in Andrew R. Hom, Christopher McIntosh, Alasdair McKay, and Liam Stockdale, eds. A Space for Time: Essays on Time, Temporality and Global Politics. Bristol: E-International Relations Publishing (with Ty Solomon).
2014 | Review of Mary Dudziak’s Wartime: An Idea, Its History, Its Consequences, in War in History 21(3): 392-93.
24 January 2017 | 'Can't Lose for Winning: Victory in the Trump Presidency', with Cian O'Driscoll, The Disorder of Things.
3 October 2016 | 'Degrade and Destroy: Winning the War against Daesh', Defence-in-Depth.
18 June 2015 | ‘The War on Terror: Still a Losing Proposition’, Moral Victories Blog.
24 December 2012 | ‘Two Regimes of Time’, e-International Relations.
Topics interested in supervising
Timing, time, & temporality | IR theory - especially realism(s), constructivism, and critical approaches | Security | Disciplinary history | Sociological approaches to IR | International Political Theory
If you are interested in being supervised by Andrew Hom, please see the links below for more information: