Hyvönen Ari-Elmeri, Tohtorikoulutettava / Doctoral student

Subject:
Valtio-oppi / Political science

Education: Master of Social Sciences (International Relations, University of Tampere)

Research interests: Political Theory (especially the thought of Hannah Arendt, World Politics, Security, Contentious politics (e.g. occupations).

Publications:

(2016), "Invisible Streams: Process-thinking in Arendt". European Journal of Social Theory. Published online before print.

(2014), "From 'Event' to 'Process': The EU and the Arab Spring." In: della Porta - Mattoni (eds.), Spreading Protests: Social Movements in the Times of Crisis. Paris: ECPR Press.

(2014), "Tentative Lessons of Experience: Arendt, Essayism, and 'the Social' Reconsidered. Political Theory, 42(5).

(2014, with Tapio Juntunen) ”Resilience, Security, and the Politics of Processes”. Resilience: International Policies, Practices, and Discourses 2(3).

(2012) ”Tervetulleita ei minnekään: Hannah Arendt ja valtiottomuuden kiroukset”. Kosmopolis: rauhan-, konfliktin-, ja maailmanpolitiikan tutkimuksen aikakauslehti 42(1).

Current research:

My doctoral research focuses on the notion of political experience in Hannah Arendt's thought, on which I have published several journal articles as well as applied to contemporary political phenomena. In addition, I am interested in the study of world politics/international relations and contentious politics. I have written on the 2011 wave of protests, the Egyptian revolution in particular, and the European union's policy reactions to it. I also have an ongoing research interest in the notion of 'resilience' in security politics.