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Edmund Frettingham

Assistant Professor

Name
Dr. E.J. Frettingham
Telephone
+31 70 800 9477
E-mail
e.j.frettingham@luc.leidenuniv.nl

Edmund Frettingham is Assistant Professor in International Relations at Leiden University College. His primary research interests lie in security studies and religion in international politics, with particular focus on theories of security, approaches to the study of religion in international politics, and religious violence.

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Biography

Edmund Frettingham is Assistant Professor in International Relations at Leiden University College. He has studied at the University of Exeter, the Technische Universität Dresden, and Aberystwyth University, from which he received a PhD in International Relations. His primary research interests lie in security studies and religion in international politics, with particular focus on theories of security, approaches to the study of religion in international politics, and religious violence.

Extension number: 8377

Academic expertise

  • International Relations
  • Security Studies
  • Theories of Security
  • Religion in International Politics

Courses

  • Global Challenges 1: Peace
  • Global Challenges 3: Justice 
  • Politics of Religion: Perspectives from the Middle East
  • Critical Security Studies Conflict & Democracy

Assistant Professor

  • Faculty Governance and Global Affairs
  • Leiden University College

Work address

Anna van Buerenplein
Anna van Buerenplein 301
2595 DG The Hague
Room number 4.14

Contact

  • Hwang Y. & Frettingham E. (2019), Ontological Security and the Disputes over Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands in the East China Sea. In: Teo V., Satoh H. (Eds.) Japan’s Island Troubles with China and Korea: 
Prospects and Challenges for Resolution. London and New York: Routledge. 41-67.book chapter
  • Frettingham E. & Hwang Y.J. (2018), The Tianxia System and the Search for a Common Ground in the Comparative Ethics of War, The Korean Journal of International Studies 16(2): 143-168.article in journal: refereed
  • Frettingham E.J. & Hwang Y. (2017), Religion and National Identity in Taiwan: State Formation and Moral Sensibilities. In: Frettingham E.J., Hwang Y. (Eds.) Religion and Nationalism in Chinese Societies. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. 339-372.book chapter
  • Frettingham E.J. (2014), The Critique of Religion…and Beyond.conference paper
  • Frettingham E.J. (2013), The Iraq War. In: Hwang Y, Cerna L (Eds.) Global Challenges: Peace and War. Leiden: Brill/Nijhoff. 135-154.book chapter
  • Frettingham E.J. (2010), Security and the Construction of ‘Religion’ in International Politics (PhD thesis. Department of International Politics, Aberystwyth University).PhD thesis
  • Frettingham E.J. (2008), Religion, Security and the Market: “Extremism” and “Moderation” in Tony Blair’s Discourse of Religion, 1997-2007.conference paper
  • Frettingham E.J. (2008), The Theological Roots of Sovereign Exceptionalism.conference paper
  • Frettingham E.J. (2007), Securitization, Carl Schmitt, and the Political Theology of Modernity.conference paper
  • Frettingham E.J. (2006), Public Religion and Emancipation in the Politics of Security.conference paper

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