Emma is an associate professor in political theory at the University of the Americas Puebla, Mexico and Co-Editor in Chief of the international peer-reviewed journal Politics and Policy (PSO/Wiley-Blackwell). She is the author of peer reviewed articles, chapters, and conference papers on political theory and applied ethics including environmental policy; war, security and perforated borders in a globalized world; conflict resolution; political identity and citizenship; and international political theory. Her current research interests focus on collective identity, the concept of state sovereignty and political evil in the work of Hannah Arendt and Carl Schmitt.
||Norman, Emma R. 2009. "Violence and Deprivation: Arendt and the Pervasiveness of Superfluous Life." Panel 33-16 Arendtian Themes: Freedom, Life, Action. Paper presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Conference (MPSA), Chicago. |
||Norman, Emma R. 2007. The Political Self: Conceptions of the Self, Politics and Autonomy in Contemporary Political Philosophy.|
||Norman, Emma R. 2010. "Peacekeeping." in Conflict Resolution, ed. Amalendu Misra. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.|
Defense and Security
Policy Process Theory