Paul Kirby is Lecturer in International Security at the University of Sussex and incoming Research Fellow at the LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security. He is also the author of a short guide to ‘Open Access in the Social Sciences’. Paul Kirby at LSE and Vikki Hawkins of IWM. Rethinking Masculinity & Practices of Violence in Conflict Settings Special Issue of International Feminist Journal of Politics, guest edited by Marsha Henry (Gender Institute, LSE) and Paul Kirby (International Relations Department, LSE) Actually, it's critical analysis of men, masculinities and practices of violence that we want. Paul Kirby is currently Research Fellow at the Centre for Women, Peace and Security at the London School of Economics, and Lecturer in International Security at the University of Sussex. Dr Kirby opened the session with a presentation, building on the The Zinc Accelerator Programmes, led by LSE Visiting Professor in Practice Paul Kirby, focus on missions to unite, mobilise and organise the best talent, knowledge and capital needed to break through at scale. (Fugazi, ‘Argument’, 2001) Corresponding author: Paul Kirby, London School of Economics and Political Science, Houghton Street, London, WC2A 2AE, UK. Paul Kirby is a Research Fellow in the Centre for Women, Peace and Security. The workshop had originally been scheduled for July 2010 at IBEI in Barcelona, where Fred Halliday was based. Paul is currently a Visiting Professor at the LSE and a Non-Executive Director of the Cabinet Office. View Paul Kirby’s profile on LinkedIn, the world’s largest professional community. Paul Kirby Research Fellow, LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security. staff 1/08/16 . The discussants for this session were Dr Paul Kirby (Research Fellow, LSE Centre for Women, Peace and Security) and Dr Henri Myrttinen (Head of Gender, International Alert) and the session was chaired by Carron Mann (Policy Manager, Women for Women International UK). Zinc's current missions are: Mission 1: Mental Health. His research focuses on the ways that sexual violence is understood in feminist and gender theory and war studies, the relationship between gender and political violence in times of war and peace, and the diverse representations of victims and perpetrators. Until recently, he was a partner at KPMG, where he was the Global Head of Government and Public Services. The Studentship His research is predominantly on the politics of sexual violence, and on their relation to the Women, Peace and Security agenda as currently pursued. While planning the forthcoming … The workshop on ‘The International Historical Sociology of Fred Halliday’, supported by BISA, the IR Department at LSE and LSE IDEAS, was held on 3rd-4th November 2010 at LSE. Dr Paul Kirby, LSE Centre for Women Peace and Security and School of Global Studies, University of Sussex Tuesday 10th January, 4 pm - 5.30 pm, ARC/014 Production Team: tbc The studentship begins on 1 October 2020 and is fully funded at standard AHRC rates for 45 months full time (or part-time equivalent) with the potential to be extended for a further 3 months to provide professional development opportunities. Paul Kirby PAUL KIRBY. by David Morris. Paul has 5 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Paul’s connections and jobs at similar companies.