Department of Politics, York University
Research keywords: International relations; governance; international feminist political economy; science and technology studies; feminist/postcolonial/decolonial thought; time and temporality in world politics; poetics of decolonization; reconstruction Post-Conflict; financial crisis; contemporary critical security studies; race and racism; EU and peripheral regional powers
Professor Agathangelou teaches in the areas of international relations and women and politics. Some of her areas of expertise are time and temporality in global politics, the body, time and ecology, international feminist political economy and feminist/postcolonial and decolonial thought. She is the co-director of Global Change Institute, Cyprus and was a visiting fellow in the Program of Science, Technology and Society at John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard (2014–15). She is currently involved on two multinational SSHRC partnership research projects focusing on sexual violence and human security, global governance, and biotechnology. She has researched ethnic conflict in Cyprus as well as reconstruction in post-conflict societies with a focus on sexual violence, displaced peoples and the missing.