J. Ann Tickner is a Distinguished Scholar in Residence at the School of International Service, American University and Professor Emerita at the University of Southern California. She earned a B.A. from the University of London, an M.A. from Yale University, and a Ph.D from Brandeis University.
Her areas of teaching and scholarship have included peace and security studies, feminist approaches to international politics and global theory. Tickner’s feminist approach to political science has challenged conventional notions of gender politics.
Notable written works from Tickner include:
J. Ann Tickner was the president of the International Studies Association from 2006 to 2007. She was recognized as one of the Fifty Key Thinkers in International Relations in 1999, and honored with an Eminant Scholar Award by the Feminist Theory and Gender Studies Section of the International Studies Association. In 2018, Tickner was awarded the Susan Strange Award from the International Studies Asociation for her extraordinary role in challenging conventional complacency in the international studies community. A 2011 TRIP Survey recognized her as #19 on their list of scholars having the greatest impact on international relations over the preceding 20 years.
Tickner has also been awarded an Honorary Ph.D. from Uppsala University, Sweden.
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Judith Ann Tickner is an Anglo-American feminist international relations theorist. Tickner is a distinguished scholar in residence at the School of International Services, American University, Washington DC.Source: Wikipedia
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