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  • Field-based learning: the challenge of practising participatory knowledge 

    Morrissey, John; Clavin, Alma; Reilly, Kathy (Taylor & Francis, 2013-05-14)
    In 2009, Geography at National University of Ireland, Galway, launched a new taught master's programme, the MA in Environment, Society and Development. The vision for the programme was to engage students in the analysis ...
  • Geoeconomics in the Long War 

    Morrissey, John (Wiley, 2015-09-15)
    In Neil Smith's American Empire (2003, University of California Press), he makes the case that the current moment of US global ambition is characterized by a network of imperial power that is exercised in the first place ...
  • Governing the academic subject: Foucault, governmentality and the performing university 

    Morrissey, John (Taylor & Francis, 2013-11-19)
    Drawing on research conducted at National University of Ireland, Galway, this paper explores how senior managers at an Irish university are seeking to measure and facilitate academic performance in the context of national ...
  • Participative critical enquiry in graduate field-based learning 

    Reilly, Kathy; Clavin, Alma; Morrissey, John (Taylor & Francis, 2015-10-09)
    This paper outlines a critical pedagogic approach to field-based learning (FBL) at graduate level. Drawing on student experience stemming from a FBL module and as part of an MA programme in Environment, Society and ...
  • Regimes of performance: practices of the normalised self in the neoliberal university 

    Morrissey, John (Taylor & Francis, 2013-11-07)
    Universities today inescapably find themselves part of nationally and globally competitive networks that appear firmly inflected by neoliberal concerns of rankings, benchmarking and productivity. This, of course, has in ...
  • Securitizing instability: The US military and full spectrum operations 

    Morrissey, John (SAGE Publications, 2015-01-01)
    This paper examines the recent broadening of the US military’s overseas mission into what it calls ‘full spectrum operations’ and critiques how it is being enabled by what I term ‘full spectrum law’. The paper explores the ...