Associate Professor Marianne Hanson

Reader

School of Political Science and International Studies
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
m.hanson@uq.edu.au
+61 7 336 53112

Overview

Reader in International Relations, Director, Rotary Centre for International Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution

Background:

Dr Hanson was a Stipendiary Lecturer in Politics at Magdalen College, Oxford University before she joined the University of Queensland in 1995. She has been a Visiting Scholar at the Liu Centre for the Study of Global Issues, Department of International Relations at the University of British Columbia, a Visiting Fellow at the Department of International Politics, University of Wales, Aberystwyth and a Visiting Scholar at Sciences Po in Paris.

Research Interests:

International security - especially from a critical security studies perspective, and focussing on the role of law, institutions and norms in shaping security policies; European security - the role of institutions such as NATO and the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE); Arms control and disarmament - particularly the debate on the elimination of nuclear weapons and the efforts to delegitimise the use or possession of weapons of mass destruction: human rights - both within Australia and at the global level, and with a strong focus on the creation of legal institutions (such as the International Criminal Court) designed to uphold human rights; humanitarian intervention - the theory and practice of humanitarian interventions and the implications of these for issues such as state sovereignty, human rights and global justice; normative International Relations theory and the role of ethics in world politics - the evolution of a series of norms and other constraints affecting world politics, and which includes an emphasis on concepts such as good international citizenship and human security. The 'English School' of thought in International Relations theory - the theoretical framework most closely associated with Hedley Bull, John Vincent and others focussing on the construction and operation of an 'international society'. Dr Hanson is currently working on a book titled 'Humanitarianism and nuclear weapons: building a global prohibition regime without the great powers' which examines the growth of norms and legal constraints on the possession and use of nuclear weapons.

Research Interests

  • International Security
  • Australian Defence and Foreign Policy
  • Nuclear Arms Control
  • European Politics and Security
  • International Law and Organisations

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Oxf.
  • Master of Philosophy, Oxf.
  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours), The University of Queensland

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  • Hanson, Marianne (2017). Global weapons proliferation, disarmament, and arms control. Global Insecurity: Futures of Global Chaos and Governance. (pp. 175-193) London, United Kingdom: Palgrave Macmillan. doi: 10.1057/978-1-349-95145-1_10

  • Hanson, Marianne (2016). A pivotal moment for global nuclear arms control and disarmament policies: the contribution of Robert O'Neill. War, strategy and history: essays in honour of Professor Robert O'Neill. (pp. 197-216) edited by Daniel Marston and Tamara Leahy. Canberra, ACT, Australia: ANU Press. doi: 10.22459/WSH.05.2016

  • Hanson, Marianne and Dunne, Tim (2016). Human rights and international relations. Human rights: politics and practice. (pp. 44-59) edited by Michael Goodhart. Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.

  • Dunne, Tim and Hanson, Marianne (2013). Human rights in international relations. Human rights: politics and practice. (pp. 42-57) edited by Michael Goodhart. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  • Hanson, Marianne (2012). Advocating the elimination of nuclear weapons: The role of key individual and coalition states. Slaying the nuclear dragon: Disarmament dynamics in the twenty-first century. (pp. 56-84) edited by Tanya Ogilvie-White and David Santoro. Athens, GA, United States: The University of Georgia Press.

  • Hanson, Marianne (2012). Arms Control. An introduction to international relations. (pp. 172-187) edited by Richard Devetak, Anthony Burke and Jim George. Port Melbourne, VIC, Australia: Cambridge University Press.

  • Hanson, Marianne and Dunne, Tim (2009). Human rights in international relations. Human rights : Politics and practice. (pp. 59-74) edited by Michael Goodhart. Oxford United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.

  • Hanson, Marianne and Rajagopalan, Rajesh (2009). Nuclear weapons: Asian case studies and global ramifications. Security Politics in the Asia-Pacific A Regional-Global Nexus?. (pp. 228-246) edited by William T. Tow. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press. doi: 10.1017/CBO9780511815126.013

  • Hanson, Marianne (2007). Anti-Americanism at the United Nations. Anti-Americanism, History, Causes and Themes. (pp. 93-114) edited by Brendan O'Connor and Martin Griffiths. Oxford, United Kingdom: Greenwood World Publishing.

  • Hanson, Marianne J. (2007). Arms control. An introduction to international relations: Australian perspectives. (pp. 155-166) edited by Richard Devetak, Anthony Burke and Jim George. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. doi: 10.1017/CBO9781139168557.015

  • Hanson, Marianne (2007). Introduction. From Conflict to Peace: What Lessons Might We Learn from Episodes of Successful Resolution of Conflict?. (pp. 1-13) Evanston, IL, U.S.A.: Rotary International.

  • Hanson, Marianne J. (2007). Nuclear weapons in the Asia-Pacific: A critical security appraisal. Critical security in the Asia Pacific. (pp. 183-197) edited by Anthony Burke and Matt McDonald. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press.

  • Hanson, M J (2006). After non-detection, stop: Non-proliferation lessons from Iraq. The search for WMD : non-proliferation, intelligence, and pre-emption in the new security environment. (pp. 326-340) edited by Graham F. Walker. Halifax, N.S., Canada: Centre for Foreign Policy Studies, Dalhousie University.

  • Hanson, M. J. (2005). Regulating the possession and use of nuclear weapons: Ideas , commissions, and agency in international security politics - the case of the Canberra Commission. International Commissions and the Power of Ideas. (pp. 123-141) edited by Ramesh Thakur, Andrew F Cooper and John English. United States of America: United Nations University Press.

  • Hanson, M. J. (2004). Security council reform, prompters, proposals and problems. The Challenge of United Nations Reform. (pp. 3-10) edited by C. Reus-Smit and M.L. Hickey. Australia: Department of International Relations, RSPAS, The Australian National University.

  • Ungerer, C. and Hanson, M. J. (2001). Conclusion. The Politics of Nuclear Non-proliferation. (pp. 72-84) edited by C. Ungerer and M. Hanson. St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin.

  • Hanson, M. J. (2001). Human rights. International Relations in the New Century. (pp. 73-92) edited by Hanson, M, Tow and W. Victoria, Aust.: Oxford Uni Press.

  • Hanson, M. J. and Tow, W. T. (2001). Introduction. International Relations in the New Century. (pp. 1-16) edited by Hanson, M, Tow and W. Victoria, Aust.: Oxford Uni Press.

  • Ungerer, C. and Hanson, M. J. (2001). Introduction. The Politics of Nuclear Non-proliferation. (pp. 1-10) edited by C. Ungerer and M. Hanson. St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin.

  • Hanson, M. J. (2001). New initiatives to advance arms control: The Tokyo Forum Report. The Politics of Nuclear Non-proliferation. (pp. 171-186) edited by C. Ungerer and M. Hanson. St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin.

  • Ungerer, C. and Hanson, M. J. (2001). The 2000 NPT Review Conference: A normative advance. The Politics of Nuclear Non-proliferation. (pp. 72-84) edited by C. Ungerer and M. Hanson. St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin.

  • Dunne, T., Hill, C. and Hanson, M. J. (2001). The new humanitarian interventionism. International Relations in the New Century. (pp. 93-116) edited by Hanson, M, Tow and W. Victoria, Aust.: Oxford Uni Press.

  • Hanson, Marianne (2001). Warnings from Bosnia: The dayton agreement and the implementation of human rights. The Kosovo Tragedy: The Human Rights Dimensions. (pp. 87-104) edited by Ken Booth. London, United Kingdom: Taylor and Francis. doi: 10.4324/9780203045466-12

  • Hanson, M. J. (2000). From 'good international citizen' to 'regressive' state: Hansonism and Australia's international reputation. The rise and fall of One Nation. (pp. 220-235) edited by Michael Leach, Geoffrey Stokes and Ian Ward. St Lucia, Qld: University of Queensland Press.

  • Hanson, M. J. (2000). Seeking human security from nuclear weapons: Recent non-traditional initiatives. Asia's emerging regional order: Reconciling traditional and human security. (pp. 209-226) edited by William T. Tow, Ramesh Thakur and In-Taek Hyun. Tokyo: United Nations University Press.

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