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Paris School (Security Studies)

The Paris School is a school within the academic discipline security studies.[1] The academic journal Cultures et Conflits is particularly associated with the school[2] as is the academic Didier Bigo. The Paris School draw particular inspiration from the writings of the post-modernist Michel Foucault and Pierre Bourdieu.

See also


  1. ^ Wæver, Ole (2004) New 'Schools' in Security Theory and their Origins between Core and Periphery" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Studies Association, Le Centre Sheraton Hotel, Montreal, Quebec
  2. ^ c.a.s.e. collective (2006), Critical Approaches to Security in Europe. A Networked Manifesto, Security Dialogue, 37 (4):449

Further reading

  • Floyd, Rita “When Foucault met security studies: A critique of the ‘Paris school’ of security studies” paper presented at the 2006 BISA annual conference 18-20 December at the University of Cork, Ireland
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