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Rian M. Wall <email@example.com>
University of the Western Cape
Currently developing a thesis on Human Security and State Terrorism.
|List Affiliations:||Former Advisory Board Member for H-Grad
Reviewer for H-SAfrica
|Interests:||African American History / Studies
Canadian History / Studies
Political History / Studies
Bachelor of Arts, Major: Sociology/Anthropology, Minor: History, Memorial University, 2002
Masters of Strategic Studies, University of Calgary, 2006
PhD, Political Studies, International Relations, University of the Western Cape, present
Course taught or tutored:
Politics 222: Political thought (Democratic Consolidation), University of the Western Cape, 2007
Publications and Editing:
•“Loose Lips from the Bench: The Case of Judge McClung”, Newfoundland Law Journal, Summer 2000.
• Development Dilemmas: The methods and political ethics of growth policy, ed. Melvin Ayogu and Don Ross, London: Routledge, 2004. Copyeditor.
•“Creating an Identity: An Anthropological Research Proposal to Study Affirmative Action in the South African National Defense Force”, Society for Military and Strategic Studies 7th Annual War and Security Conference Proceedings, 2005.
•“State Terror as State Strategy: Apartheid South Africa”, South African Historical Society Conference Proceedings, 2005.
•“Rhodesia – North and South”, “B. J. Vorster – South Africa/Apartheid”, “African Native National Congress”, “Uganda, Idi Amin and Milton Obote” Encyclopedia of World History, Vol 5. Golson Books Ltd, 2006.
•“Humanitarian Violations: Rwandan Genocide”, “Terrorist Organizations: African National Congress, pre-1994”, “Terrorist Organizations: Irish Republican Army”, Terrorism: Zimbabwe, post-1997”, Encyclopedia of International Security Studies, ed. Michael Palmiotto, New York: Routledge, to be published.
Academic Conferences and Presentations and Workshops:
•“Human Security in a State-Terror Framework: Economic state-terrorism in apartheid South Africa and post-independence Zimbabwe, a proposed study”, Postgraduate Colloquium, Faculty of Economic and Management Studies, April 2007
•“Deep and Surface Learning”, Economic and Management Studies Faculty Lecturers’ Workshop, February 2007.
• “State Terror as State Strategy: Apartheid South Africa”, South African Historical Society Conference, Cape Town, South Africa, June 2005.
• “State Terror and P.W. Botha”, Queens/McGill Graduate Conference in History, Kingston, Ontario, March 2005.
• “Creating an Identity: An Anthropological Research Proposal to Study Affirmative Action in the South African National Defense Force”, Society for Military and Strategic Studies 7th Annual War and Security Conference, Calgary, Alberta, Feb 2005.
• Security and Defense Forum, University of Calgary, Nov. 2004.