This page outlines my not yet published research. PDF copies of pieces under review are provided below. For copies of my published research, please see my Research page. For copies of articles not yet under review, please contact me and I will share – however rough they remain!
Practicing Peace: Conflict Management in Southeast Asia and South America.
- Manuscript under review with Oxford University Press (since January 2020). External reader reviews have been delayed as a result of myriad challenges of the pandemic. The publishing prospectus is available here: PDF.
Revise and Resubmit
Aarie Glas, “Power, Positionality, and Positions of Power: Reflexivity in Elite Interviewing.” PS: Political Science and Politics. Revise and Resubmit (“minor revisions”; returned for review September 28, 2020). PDF.
Stéphanie Martel and Aarie Glas, “Debunking the ‘ASEAN Way’: The Contested Meaning-Making of Diplomatic Norms in Southeast Asia.” Under review with Review of International Studies (since April 2020). PDF.
- An early version of this article won two awards at ISA Asia-Pacific 2019: “Best Paper” and “Best New Scholar.”
Aarie Glas and Marion Laurence, “Norms, Practices, and Global Governance: Non-Interference and the Evolution of Conflict Management Practices.” Under review with European Journal of International Relations (since August 2020). PDF.
“The Role of Identity and Contestation in Norm Change.” With Alesha Porisky & Emily M. K. Scott.
- Article in progress. To be submitted for review in November 2020.
“‘This is not 1967’: Stigma and change in ASEAN’s normative order.”
- Article in progress. To be presented at OCIS in December 2020.
“Diplomacy in the ASEAN.” Oxford Bibliographies in International Relations.
- Invited contribution in progress. Due February 2021.
“Insiders, Outsiders, and Credible Visitors in Elite Interviewing.” With Alesha Porisky.
- Article in progress. To be submitted for APSA 2021.
“Norms, Practices, and Social Change in International Politics.” With Marion Laurence & Steven Bernstein.
- Article in early planning stages. Proposed for ISA 2021.