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Dr Ian Nelson

助理教授 , 国际事务与国际关系学系

学历

社会政策与管理文学学士(荣誉)(英国诺丁汉大学)
国际关系文学学士(英国诺丁汉大学)
政府与国际事务博士学位(英国杜伦大学)
高等教育的研究生文凭
2016年05月高等教育学院副研究员

联系方式

  • 行政楼220室  
    宁波诺丁汉大学
  • +86 (0)574 8818 0136
  • +86 (0)574 8818 0125
  • ian.nelson@nottingham.edu.cn

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简介

专业背景

中东与北非的英国、欧盟与美国外交政策、中东现代历史与政治、地区与国际关系情况下的阿以与巴以冲突、英国历史和政治、跨大西洋关系。

教学课程

我参与“理解全球关系”课程的一些研讨会,这个课程提供世界政治与国际关系理论的概述。我于2015-2016学年任“理解全球关系”与研究生的“现代中东的政治与历史”的授课教师。

我搬到中国之前在英国诺丁汉大学任教(1998年至2012年)。我先在成人与继续教育学院,之后在神学与宗教学学系任教,自2005年来在人文学院中东学研究所任教。教授的本科与研究生课程主要是政治与历史的课程,包括“欧洲的纳粹主义与法西斯主义”、“中东的宗教、身份与冲突”以及“中东:历史背景与现代挑战”。

学术任务

我在2015-2016学年任国际事务与国际关系学教学与研究生考试考官的副主任。

研究兴趣

我正在进行的研究包括英国、欧盟与美国对广泛的阿以冲突的外交政策,与的对巴以问题更具体的研究。主要是政党政治、跨国、地区与国际决定与政策制定机构。我也在研究欧洲殖民地与帝国主义在形成中东地区的地理边界的遗产,并且研究影响到许多现代政治问题因素的复杂性状。与这些领域相关,我特别对 C.L.R. James、Frantz Fanon、Albert Camus、与 Amos Oz的著作感兴趣。

我正在进行中国对中东与北非外交政策的研究,尤其北京对防止核扩散谈判与和平建设努力的基础外交原则。主要目的是揭示中国不参加一系列的和平倡议的原因,包括1978年的戴维营峰会、马德里会议(1991年)、奥斯陆协议(1998年)以及在伊拉克战争的形成与背景下中东国际四重奏(由欧盟、俄罗斯、联合国与美国形成的)。

部分会议与被邀请的文章/演讲

5th China and The Middle East and North Africa Conference: Institute of Global Studies, Shanghai University (Co-sponsored by Cappadocia University, Republic of Turkey), People’s Republic of China (17—18 May 2019). Paper: ‘Beijing—MENA Relations and the Israeli-Palestinian Question: When Is Enough, Insufficient?’

Paths of Resistance in the Middle East and North Africa, 14th Conference of the Italian Society for Middle Eastern Studies (SeSaMO) (31 January –2 February 2019), Department of Culture, Politics and Society, University of Turin, Italy. Panel 34: Trajectories of ‘resistance’: Iran, Syria and Hezbollah in the Syrian battlefront. Paper: ‘‘The Other’, and ‘The Other, Other’: Hezbollah and Iran as Forces of Resistance and Counter-Terrorism?’

14th Annual International Conference on International Studies, Athens Institute for Education and Research, 13-16 June 2016, Athens, Greece. Paper, ‘Cross-Cultural Research and Teaching in the Post-9/11 Era: The Case of China’.

The Seventh Asian Conference on the Social Sciences, The International Academic Forum (IAFOR), 9-12 June 2016, Kobe, Japan.Paper, ‘UN Essentials or Reinventing the Wheel: Rising Powers and the decline of Trilateralism in Middle East Peace-Making’.

‘Shall the Twain Meet?: When East looks West to the Middle East (West Asia)’, Invited paper at the conference A New Agenda? Debating the Middle East and Central Asia, Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies, The Australian National University, Canberra, 3-4 July 2015.

 

出版

Nelson, Ian. ‘Infinite Conditions on the Road to Peace: The Second New Labour Government’s Foreign Policy Approach to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict after 9/11’, Contemporary British History, Vol. 33, No. 1, November 2018, pp.123-153, DOI: 10.1080/13619462.2018.1535974. https://doi.org/10.1080/13619462.2018.1535974 

Nelson, Ian. ‘When East looks West to the Middle East (West Asia)’ in Quenzer, Katlyn. Syed, Maria. and Yarbakhsh, Elisabeth. [Editors] (2017) Shifting Sands: Building New Frameworks for Understanding the Middle East and Central Asia, (Maryland: Lexington Books / Roman & Littlefield), pp.0-00. (Forthcoming)

Nelson, Ian. UN Essentials or Reinventing the Wheel: Rising Powers and the decline of Trilateralism in Middle East Peace-Making, 9 July 2016, International Academic Forum (IAFOR), (On-line Publication)), http://papers.iafor.org/submission31505/; http://papers.iafor.org/papers/acss2016/ACSS2016_31505.pdf

Nelson, Ian. ‘The First New Labour Government’s Foreign Policy-Making towards the Israeli-Palestinian Question: the Formative Years, 1997-1999’, Contemporary British History, Vol. 28, No. 2, June 2014, pp. 121-144, DOI: 10.1080/13619462.2014.893408.

Nelson, Ian. ‘The Middle East’, International Encyclopedia of Social Policy, Volume 2, Routledge, 2006 (Hardback), pp. 857-860, 2010 (Paperback), pp.854-860.

其他

(2011) Invited participant in the Joint Academia-Foreign and Commonwealth Office Initiative Workshop on New Research Agendas for the Middle East, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, London (12 September 2011).

(2004-2006) The University of Nottingham representative on the Jewish-Muslim Forum, a Nottingham community-based group established to promote understanding, contacts, and interfaith dialogue.

(2004) BBC3 Television, ‘Conflicts: Israel and the Palestinians’ (subject specialist).

(2003) Discussion document, ‘A Feasibility Study and Analysis regarding the establishment of a Middle Eastern Studies Facility at Nottingham University,’ commissioned by Professor Fiona Broughton Pipkin, Chair of the Middle Eastern Studies Strategy Group, The University of Nottingham.

(1993) At the invitation of Professor James A. Graff (University of Toronto), I attended the Seventh United Nations European Non-Government Organisations Symposium, and the Tenth United Nations International NGO meeting on the Question of Palestine, Vienna, Austria, 23-24 August 1993, and contributed towards writing the Final Declaration Document (Fifth Draft) adopted by the United Nations.