October 30 – Clare Monagle: “Neo-medievalism and the Postcolonial: International Relations Theory and Temporality”

October 30 – Clare Monagle: “Neo-medievalism and the Postcolonial: International Relations Theory and Temporality”

Though an historian of medieval thought, Clare Monagle’s most recent work turns to the twentieth-century and the deployment of the Middle Ages in International Relations Theory. Monagle argues that charting the medieval in this frame enables a new insight into the understanding of historical time that informs the discipline of international relations.

Clare Monagle is Senior Lecturer of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies at Monash University, Melbourne.