Book review: Game of Thrones and the theories of International Relations
Aristidis Victor Agoglossakis Foley
University of St Andrews, GB
Aristidis (who prefers the far easier “Aris”) is a PhD candidate at the University of St Andrews. His research attempts to understand the workings of dystopian thought through a genealogical study of the genre. The end goal, if attainable, is to establish a dystopian tool of analysis, through which one can examine and critique contemporary political and societal phenomena. With a background in literature and political theory, Aris is particularly interested in finding links between the two. Additionally, he is fascinated by the study of governmentality and biopower/biopolitics in the works of Michel Foucault and Giorgio Agamben.
A review of the book Game of Thrones and the theories of International Relations by Young and Carranza Ko.
How to Cite:
Agoglossakis Foley, A.V., 2023. Book review: Game of Thrones and the theories of International Relations. Contemporary Voices: St Andrews Journal of International Relations, 3(1), p.None. DOI: http://doi.org/10.15664/jtr.1642
04 Apr 2023.