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Maria Martin de Almagro Iniesta

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Faculté des arts et des sciences - Département de science politique

Pavillon Lionel-Groulx local C-3124

maria.martin.de.almagro.iniesta@umontreal.ca

514 343-6111 #28185

Biographie

Maria Martin de Almagro étudie les politiques de genre, l’économie politique internationale et les micro-dynamiques de développement et transition des états post-conflit à partir d'une perspective post-structuraliste et post-coloniale. Son agenda de recherche est divisé en trois grands axes : 1) le cycle de vie des normes internationales sur le genre et son application sur le continent africain ; 2) le lien entre les politiques de sécurité et de développement des Nations Unies ; 3) les mouvements de femmes en Afrique et la production de savoirs sur le genre dans les politiques de paix et sécurité. Elle a été Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow à l'Université de Cambridge et  elle détient un doctorat en Science Politique de l’Université libre de Bruxelles et un doctorat en Théorie Politique de la LUISS Guido Carli.

Maria Martin de Almagro studies gender politics, international political economy and the micro-dynamics of war to peace transitions from a poststructuralist and postcolonial perspective. Her research agenda revolves around 3 topics: 1) a multi-modal discourse approach to analyze the life cycle of international norms and their implementation in development and post-conflict environments; 2) the link between UN security and development policies; 3) transnational social movements and the production of knowledge on gender and race underpinning security and development policies. She has been Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Cambridge and has a Ph.D. in Political and Social Sciences from the Université libre de Bruxelles and a Ph.D. in Political Theory from LUISS Guido Carli.

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Affiliations

Programmes d’enseignement

  • Affaires publiques et internationales – Économie et politique

Cours donnés

  • POL6640 Relations internationales : enjeu actuel

Expertises

Responsabilités et rayonnement Tout déplier Tout replier

Titres : corporations et organismes professionnels

Membre du Comité Exécutif - Feminist Theory & Gender Studies Section Executive Committee, International Studies Association, 2018-2020

Organisation d’événements

2020. ISA Workshop Program. Openings in Resilience in a World in Relation, Barcelona, Spain, June 2020. Co-Director.

2019. ECPR Joint Sessions. The Politics of Security Knowledge Negotiation, Universite Catholique de Louvain, Mons, April 2019. Co-Director.

2018. EWIS European Workshop on International Studies on Women, Peace and Security and Economic Empowerment, Groningen, 6-9 June 2018. Co-Convener. Workshop selected amongst 96 proposals.

2018. Gender, UN Peacebuilding and the Politics of Space. Conversation with Laura Shepherd. Center for Gender Studies. University of Cambridge, 26 April 2018.

Publications Tout déplier Tout replier

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

2019. Martin de Almagro, M. and Ryan, C., “Subverting economic empowerment: towards a postcolonial-feminist framework on gender (in)securities in post-war settings”, European Journal of International Relations, 25 (4): 319-334.

2019. Holmes, G., Wright, K., Basu, S., Martin de Almagro, M., Guerrina, R., Hurley, M., Chang, C. “Feminist Experiences of ‘Studying up’: Encounters with International Institutions”, Millennium, 47 (2): 210-230.

2018. Martin de Almagro, M. “Lost Boomerangs, the Rebound Effect and Transnational Advocacy Networks: A discursive approach to norm diffusion theory”, Review of International Studies, 4 (4): 672-693.

2018. Martin de Almagro, M. “Hybrid clubs: a feminist approach to peacebuilding in the Democratic Republic of Congo”, Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, 12 (3): 319-334.

2018. Martin de Almagro, M. “Producing Participants: Gender, Race, Class and Women, Peace and Security”, Global Society, 32 (4): 395-414.

2016. Debusscher, P. and Martin de Almagro, M. “Post-conflict women’s movements in turmoil: the challenges of success in Liberia in the 2005-aftermath”, Journal of Modern African Studies, 54 (2): 293-316.

2016. Martin de Almagro, M. "Parcours croisés d'une internationalisation du militantisme féminin au Burundi et au Libéria", Recherches Féministes, 29 (2) : 153-176

2016. Martin de Almagro, M. “Politicized discourses: A reflexive approach to the transnational campaign on Women, Peace and Security and its local narratives in Burundi and Liberia”, Anthropology & Development, 44: 101-122.

2015. Martin de Almagro, M. "Negotiated contestation in Peacebuilding: Maintaining or Transforming Systemic Narratives?" Critical Studies on Security, 3 (3): 326-327.

2014. Martin de Almagro, M. “La desglobalización de la sociedad civil: El rebote del boomerang”, Revista CIDOB d’Affers Internacionals, 105: 117-139.

2014. Greer, S. and Martin de Almagro, M. "How Bureaucracies Listen to Courts: Bureaucratized Calculations and European Law", Law and Social Inquiry, 39 (2): 361-386.

2012. Greer, S. and Martin de Almagro, M. “Being Spain in Brussels: Policy Bureaucracy, agenda setting and negotiation in the EU policy process”, The International Journal of Iberian Studies, 24 (20): 71-89.

BOOK CHAPTERS

2020. Martin de Almagro, M. “Mainstreaming Gender in EU Transitional Justice Policy: towards a transformative approach?”, in M. Scheuermann and A. Zuern (eds.) Women’s Roles in Peace and Security: Prevent, Protect, Participate, Berlin: Springer.

2019. Martin de Almagro, M. “Hybrid clubs: a feminist approach to peacebuilding in the Democratic Republic of Congo”, in Bargues-Pedreny, P. and Matthieu, X. eds. The Politics of Peacebuilding in a Diverse World, London: Routledge (first published as a journal article).

2018. Martin de Almagro, M. “Cooperation, Competition or Confusion? International donors, the state and women civil society organisations in Burundi and Liberia”, in R. Marchetti (ed.) Cooperation and Competition between Government and NGOs: Perspectives from Asia, Europe, Middle East and Africa, London: Routledge.

2017. Martin de Almagro, M. «La professionnalisation des associations locales des femmes dans la reconstruction post-conflit au Burundi : une stratégie de survie ? », in D. Paternotte and P. Meier (eds.) La professionnalisation des luttes pour l’égalité : enjeux théoriques et politiques, Louvain-la-Neuve : Academia, pp. 129-151.

2017. Martin de Almagro, M. “From Belgium to the world: quality medicines for all!”, Case study 3, in S. Greer et al. (eds) Civil Society and Health. Contributions and Potential. Copenhagen: World Health Organisation, pp. 103-104.

2016. Martin de Almagro, M. “Negotiating gender security: the transnationalisation of local women activists in post-conflict Burundi and Liberia”, in S. Takhar (ed) Gender and Race Matter: Global Perspectives on Being a Woman, London: Emerald Group Publishing - Advances in Gender Research Series, pp. 107-125.

2013. Martin de Almagro, M. and Greer, S. “What Spain does When Spain cares: Bureaucracy, Preference Formation and Interest Representation in EU Policy Making”, in C. Blanco Sío-López and S. Muñoz (eds./dirs.), Converging Pathways: Spain and the European Integration Process / Itinerarios Cruzados: España y el proceso de construcción europea, Bruxelles, Bern, Berlin, Frankfurt am Main, New York, Oxford, Wien: P.I.E. Peter Lang.

2013. Morin, J.F. and Martin de Almagro, M. “Spirals of Contentions: The lifecycle of transnational issues”, in B. Reinalda (ed.) Routledge Handbook of International Organization, London: Routledge, pp. 350-360.

WORKING PAPERS

2017. Martin de Almagro, M. “Transitional Justice and Women, Peace and Security. A critical Reading of the EU Framework”, LSE, Women, Peace and Security Working Paper Series, WP5.

2013. Martin de Almagro, M. “EU engagement with local civil society in the Great Lakes region”, Rome: Istituto d’Affari Internazionali, WP 1317, ISBN 978-88-98042-88-3

BOOK REVIEWS

2018. Martin de Almagro, “Complicit Sisters”, International Affairs, Book review Sarah De Jong (2017) Complicit Sisters, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2017. Martin de Almagro, M. “Gender, UN Peacebuilding and Security”, Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, 2(2): 276-280. Comparative book review of Gender Politics and Security Discourse: Personal-political imaginations and feminism in ‘post-conflict’ Serbia, by Laura McLeod. New York: Routledge, 2016 and Gender, UN Peacebuilding, and the Politics of Space: Locating legitimacy, by Laura J. Shepherd. Oxford: OUP, 2017.

2013. Martin de Almagro, M. “Feminist Security Studies”. Wibben, A. (2011) Feminist Security Studies – A Narrative approach, PRIO New Security Studies, Routledge, in e-IR

2013. Martin de Almagro, M. “African Women’s Movements”. Tripp et al. (2009) African Women’s Movements – Transforming Political Landscapes, Cambridge University Press, in e-IR

Prix et distinctions

  • 2019. Marie Curie Return Grant - declinée

    2017. Xavier Mabille Award to the best PhD dissertation in Political Science defended in 2015-16 in Belgium, Belgium Association of Political Science (ABSP)

    2016. Marie Curie Individual Fellowship for the project: Truth and Reconciliation Commissions and the Political Economy of Gender Justice: Discursive Power, Authority and the Subaltern, University of Cambridge, UK 

    2015. David and Alice Van Buuren Foundation Award on merits and work conducted at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium 

    2014. Meurs-Francois Foundation Award on merits and work conducted at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium 

    2012. Economic and Social Research Council Doctoral Training Centre award, UK Project 1178144, “The role of civil society in the accountability and legitimacy processes of global governance: Towards a global federation of citizens” –  decliné

    2011-2014. Erasmus Mundus Doctoral Fellowship awarded by the European Commission

    2009-2011. Fulbright scholarship awarded by the USA and Spanish governments 

    2009-2011. Bollinger Award and Ford Award by the University of Michigan, USA 

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