David Chandler

David Chandler

University of Westminster

H-index: 62

Europe-United Kingdom

About David Chandler

David Chandler, With an exceptional h-index of 62 and a recent h-index of 39 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at University of Westminster, specializes in the field of Anthropocene, international relations, peacebuilding, critical security studies, international political sociology.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

The Black Anthropocene: and the end (s) of the constitutionalizing project

Posthumous resilience and active withdrawal: Byronic contemplation of violence and vulnerabilities in the Anthropocene embodied in the sculpture of the Dying Gaul

Mapping as a mode of governance in the Anthropocene

El fin de la consolidación de la paz liberal

The black horizon: Alterity and ontology in the Anthropocene

After the end of the world? Rethinking temporalities of critique and affirmation in the Anthropocene

Rethinking ‘Hope’and ‘Resilience’in the Anthropocene: An Interview with David Chandler

Hope after ‘the end of the world’: Rethinking critique in the Anthropocene

David Chandler Information

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Citations(all)

17360

Citations(since 2020)

6767

Cited By

13161

hIndex(all)

62

hIndex(since 2020)

39

i10Index(all)

142

i10Index(since 2020)

94

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University of Westminster

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David Chandler Skills & Research Interests

Anthropocene

international relations

peacebuilding

critical security studies

international political sociology

Top articles of David Chandler

Title

Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

The Black Anthropocene: and the end (s) of the constitutionalizing project

Journal of Human Rights and the Environment

David Chandler

2024/2/29

Posthumous resilience and active withdrawal: Byronic contemplation of violence and vulnerabilities in the Anthropocene embodied in the sculpture of the Dying Gaul

New Perspectives

Shahira Hathout

David Chandler

2024/2/5

Mapping as a mode of governance in the Anthropocene

David Chandler

2024

El fin de la consolidación de la paz liberal

Relaciones internacionales

David Chandler

Elena Ledo Martínez

2024

The black horizon: Alterity and ontology in the Anthropocene

Global Society

Farai Chipato

David Chandler

2023/4/3

After the end of the world? Rethinking temporalities of critique and affirmation in the Anthropocene

International Relations

Farai Chipato

David Chandler

2023/8/24

Rethinking ‘Hope’and ‘Resilience’in the Anthropocene: An Interview with David Chandler

World Futures Review

David Chandler

Shahira Hathout

2023/3

Hope after ‘the end of the world’: Rethinking critique in the Anthropocene

Contemporary Political Theory

Pol Bargués

David Chandler

Sebastian Schindler

Valerie Waldow

2023/8/1

Actor Network Theory and Sensing Governance: From Causation to Correlation

Perspectives on Science

David Chandler

2023/2/1

The politics of the unseen: speculative, pragmatic and nihilist hope in the anthropocene

Distinktion: Journal of Social Theory

David Chandler

2023/7/21

The world as abyss: The Caribbean and critical thought in the Anthropocene

Jonathan Pugh

David Chandler

2023

Critique and the Black Horizon: questioning the move ‘beyond’the human/nature divide in international relations

Cambridge Review of International Affairs

Farai Chipato

David Chandler

2023/6/27

Abyssal geography†

Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography

David Chandler

Jonathan Pugh

2023/5

Manuscript for special issue of Perspectives on Science,‘Latour and Politics by other Means’ Actor Network Theory and Sensing Governance: From Causation to Correlation

David Chandler

2022

Interstitial and Abyssal geographies

Political Geography

David Chandler

Jonathan Pugh

2022/10/1

Relaciones Internacionales en el antropoceno

Relaciones internacionales: Revista académica cuatrimestral de publicación electrónica

David Chandler

Delf Rothe

Franziska Müller

Rebeca Giménez González

2022

The asymmetrical anthropocene: Resilience and the limits of posthumanism

cultural geographies

Stephanie Wakefield

David Chandler

Kevin Grove

2022/7

Another decolonial approach is possible: international studies in an antiblack world

Third World Quarterly

Farai Chipato

David Chandler

2022/6/28

International Relations in the Anthropocene

Relaciones Internacionales

David Chandler

Delf Rothe

Franziska Müller

R Giménez González

2022/6/28

Decolonising resilience: reading Glissant’s Poetics of Relation in Central Eurasia

Cambridge Review of International Affairs

David Chandler

2022/3/4

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Co-Authors

H-index: 79
Christian Fuchs

Christian Fuchs

University of Westminster

H-index: 65
Oliver P Richmond

Oliver P Richmond

Manchester University

H-index: 22
Kevin Grove

Kevin Grove

Florida International University

H-index: 21
Jonathan pugh

Jonathan pugh

Newcastle University

H-index: 20
Nik Hynek

Nik Hynek

Univerzita Karlova

H-index: 16
Caspar Hewett

Caspar Hewett

Newcastle University

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