Dr Cameron Harrington
Cameron Harrington is an Assistant Professor of international relations in the School of Government and International Affairs. He is a researcher and analyst of global environmental politics. In particular he draws from international relations, political philosophy, criminology, and human geography and focuses on the theory and practice of environmental security, particularly water conflict and cooperation in the Anthropocene.
He earned his PhD in political science from The University of Western Ontario in 2014. Between 2014-2015 he held the Global Change and Sustainability Postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of Cape Town and was an affiliate researcher with WWF-South Africa. He completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the International Centre for Comparative Criminology, University of Montreal in 2016. Dr. Harrington is also appointed as a Research Associate (non-resident) in the Global Risk Governance Programme, University of Cape Town.
- Critical security studies
- Global Environmental Politics
- IR Theory
- Water Security
- International Organisations
- International Relations Theory
- International Security, Interdependence, and International Organisations
- Model United Nations
- Harrington, Cameron & Shearing, Clifford (2017). Security in the Anthropocene: Reflections on Safety and Care. Bielefeld: Transcript-Verlag.
Chapter in book
- Harrington, Cameron (2017). Posthuman Security and Care in the Anthropocene. In Reflections on the Posthuman in International Relations: The Anthropocene, Security and Ecology. Eroukhmanoff, Clara & Harker, Matt Bristol: E-International Relations. 73-86.
- Lecavalier, Emma & Harrington, Cameron (2017). Entangling carbon lock-in: India’s coal constituency. Crime, Law and Social Change 68(5): 529-546.
- Harrington, Cameron, Lecavalier, Emma & Shearing, Clifford (2017). From passengers to crew: introductory reflections. Crime, Law, and Social Change 68(5): 493-498.
- Harrington, Cameron (2017). The political ontology of collaborative water governance. Water International 42(3): 254-270.
- Harrington, Cameron (2016). The Ends of the World: International Relations and the Anthropocene. Millennium: Journal of International Studies 44(3): 478-498.
- Harrington, Cameron (2015). Toward a critical water security: hydrosolidarity and emancipation. Canadian Foreign Policy Journal 21(1): 28-44.
- Harrington, Cameron & Lecavalier, Emma (2014). The environment and emancipation in critical security studies: the case of the Canadian Arctic. Critical Studies on Security 2(1): 105-119.