Mert A. (2021) Corona, Glasgow, and Beyond – Rethinking Environmental Politics Through the Lens of Critical Fantasy Studies. GCR21 Quarterly Magazine; November 2021.
Mert A. (2021) Critical Fantasy Studies Meets Global Cooperation Research: A New Research Agenda for Investigating Crisis Politics. GCR21 Quarterly Magazine; July 2021.
Relevant publications from project members
Pickering J. et al. (2022) Democratising sustainability transformations: Assessing the transformative potential of democratic practices in environmental governance, Earth System Governance, Volume 11, DOI: 100131, ISSN 2589-8116.
Mert A. and J. Marquardt (2022) Reframing the Anthropocene: Democratic challenges and openings for sustainability. In The Routledge Handbook of Democracy and Sustainability (pp. 461-475). Routledge.
Behagel, J. H. & Mert, A. (2021) “The political nature of fantasy and political fantasies of nature” Journal of Language and Politics, 20(1):79-94.
Glynos, J. (2021) “Critical fantasy studies” Journal of Language and Politics, 20(1):95-111.
Glynos, J., Howarth, D., Flitcroft, R., Love, C., Roussos, K. & Vazquez, J. (2021) “Logics, discourse theory and methods: Advances, challenges and ways forward” Journal of Language and Politics, 20(1):62-78.
Remling, E. (2020) “Migration as climate adaptation? Exploring discourses amongst development actors in the Pacific Island region” Regional Environmental Change 20(3).
Mert, A. (2019) “The trees in Gezi Park: Environmental policy as the focus of democratic protests” Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning, 21(5):593-607.
Remling, E. (2018) “Depoliticizing adaptation: a critical analysis of EU climate adaptation policy” Environmental Politics, 27(3):477-497.
Remling, E. (2017) “Logics, assumptions and genre chains: a framework for poststructuralist policy analysis” Critical Discourse Studies, 15(1):1-18.
Behagel, J. H., Arts, B. & Turnhout, E. (2017) “Beyond argumentation: a practice-based approach to environmental policy” Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 21(5):479-491.
da Costa Pinto Oliveira, B., Heffer, C. & Behagel, J.H. (2016) “Participatory Scenario-Building for Brazilian Climate Policy: The IES-Brasil Project Experience” Development, 59:314–320.
Gadinger, F., Kopf, M., Mert, A. & Smith, C. (2016) “Building Stories-Building Cooperation: The role of narrative and fiction in politics” Global Dialogues, 6(12), Duisburg: University of Duisburg-Essen.
Mert, A. & van der Hel, S. (2016) “Representations of Climate Change in Online Video Games” Global Dialogues, 6(12):12-27.
Kossmann, C. M., Behagel, J. H. & Bailey, M. (2016) “Action and inertia in collaborative governance” Marine Policy, 72:21-30.
Mert, A. (2015) “Environmental Governance through Partnerships A Discourse Theoretical Study” Edward Elgar.
Arts, B., Behagel, J. H., Turnhout, E., de Koning, J. & van Bommel, S. (2014) “A practice based approach to forest governance” Forest Policy and Economics Volume, 49:4-11.
Glynos, J. (2014) “Death, Fantasy and the Ethics of Mourning” in: The Social Construction of Death, L. Van Brussel and N. Carpentier (eds), Palgrave Macmillan, London.
Glynos, J. (2014) “Neoliberalism, markets, fantasy: The case of health and social care” Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society, 19(1):5-12.
Glynos J. et al. (2014) “Narrative, Fantasy and Mourning: A Critical Exploration of Life and Loss in Assisted Living Environments” in: The Psychosocial and Organization Studies, Studies in the Psychosocial, K. Kenny and M. Fotaki (eds), Palgrave Macmillan, London.
Mert, A. (2013) “Discursive Interplay and Co-constitution: Carbonification of Environmental Discourses,” in: Interpretive Approaches to Global Climate Governance: (De)constructing the Greenhouse, C. Methmann, D. Rothe and B. Stephan (eds.), Routledge, 23-39.
Glynos, J. (2012) “The Place of Fantasy in a Critical Political Economy: The Case of Market Boundaries” Cardozo Law Review, 33(6):2373-2411.
Mert, A. (2012) “The Privatisation of Environmental Governance: On myths, forces of nature and other inevitabilities” Environmental Values, 21(4):475-498.
Glynos, J. (2011) “Fantasy and identity in critical political theory” Filozofski Vestnik, 32 (2):65-88.
Glynos, J. (2010) “Lacan at Work” in: Lacan and Organization, C. Cederström & C. Hoedemaekers (eds), MayFly Books, London.
Glynos, J. & Stavrakakis, Y. (2010) “Politics and the Unconscious“ Subjectivity, 3(3).
Glynos, J. & Howarth D. (2007) “Logics of Critical Explanation in Social and Political Theory” Routledge.