Lecturer in International Relations
- Dr Kerem Nisancioglu
- Email address:
- +44(0) 20 7898 4728
- SOAS University of London
Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
- Russell Square: College Buildings
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- Mondays 4-6pm
Kerem Nisancioglu is a Lecturer in International Relations. His research focuses on the relationship between Eurocentrism, capitalism, colonialism and race. His co-authored book (with Alexander Anievas) How the West Came to Rule: The Geopolitical Origins of Capitalism (Pluto Press, 2015) explored these themes through an examination of the origins of capitalism. How the West Came to Rule was the winner of the BISA International Political Economy Group Annual Book Prize in 2016 and the Best Book Award of the International Political Sociology section of the ISA in 2017.
Kerem’s current research focuses on the role of colonialism and racialisation in the making of modern sovereignty. He is also interested in practices of and struggles against capitalism, colonialism and racism in universities. He is the co-editor (with Gurminder K. Bhambra and Dalia Gebrial) of the volume Decolonising the University (Pluto Press, 2018). He is co-convenor (with Duncan Bell, Nivi Manchanda and Lisa Tilley) of BISA’s Colonial/ Postcolonial/ Decolonial Working Group. He also blogs at The Disorder of Things.
Kerem received his DPhil from the University of Sussex in 2014 for his thesis The Ottomans in Europe: Uneven and Combined Development and Eurocentrism.
Racial capitalism; Sovereignty; Outsourcing; Counter-terrorism and Policing; Abolition; Eurocentrism; Marxism
Anievas, Alexander and Nisancioglu, Kerem (2015) How The West Came to Rule: The Geopolitical Origins of Capitalism. London: Pluto Press.
Nisancioglu, Kerem (2019) 'Racial Sovereignty'. European Journal of International Relations, (26) 1_supplt, pp 39-63.
Anievas, Alexander and Nisancioglu, Kerem (2018) 'Lineages of Capital'. Historical Materialism, (26) 3, pp 167-196.
Anievas, Alexander and Nisancioglu, Kerem (2017) 'Limits of the Universal: The Promises and Pitfalls of Postcolonial Theory and Its Critique'. Historical Materialism, (25) 3, pp 36-75.
Anievas, Alexander and Nisancioglu, Kerem (2017) 'How Did the West Usurp the Rest? Origins of the Great Divergence over the Longue Durée'. Comparative Studies in Society and History, (59) 1, pp 34-67.
Anievas, Alexander and Nisancioglu, Kerem (2017) 'Why Europe? Anti-Eurocentric Theory, History, and the Rise of Capitalism'. Spectrum: Journal of Global Studies, (8) 1, pp 70-98.
Nisancioglu, Kerem and Pal, Maïa (2016) 'Counter-Conduct in the University Factory: Locating the Occupy Sussex Campaign'. Global Society, (30) 2, pp 279-300.
Nisancioglu, Kerem (2014) 'The Ottoman Origins of Capitalism: Uneven and Combined Development and Eurocentrism'. Review of International Studies, (40) 2, pp 325-347.
Anievas, Alexander and Nisancioglu, Kerem (2013) 'What’s at Stake in the Transition Debate? Rethinking the Origins of Capitalism and the “Rise of the West"'. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, (42) 1, pp 78-102.
Bhambra, Gurminder K. and Nisancioglu, Kerem and Gebrial, Dalia, (eds.), (2018) Decolonising the University. London: Pluto Press.
Bhambra, Gurminder K. and Gebrial, Dalia and Nisancioglu, Kerem (2018) ''Introduction'. Decolonising the University'. In: Bhambra, Gurminder K. and Nisancioglu, Kerem and Gebrial, Dalia, (eds.), Decolonising the University. London: Pluto Press.
Nisancioglu, Kerem (2016) 'Combination as foreign policy: the International Origins of the Ottoman Empire'. In: Anievas, Alexander and Matin, Kamran, (eds.), Historical Sociology and World History: Uneven and Combined Development over the Longue Durée. London: Roman & Littlefield, pp 73-92.
Nişancıoğlu, Kerem (2014) 'Review of Peter Gran, "The Rise of the Rich: A New View of Modern World History"'. International Journal of Turkish Studies, (20) 1 & 2.
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