Natalie Bormann joined the Department of Political Science in 2007, after holding positions at Brown University, and the Universities of Manchester and Edinburgh in the UK. She is the author of National Missile Defence and the Politics of US Identity – A Poststructural Critique (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2008) and co-editor of Securing Outer Space (London: Routledge, 2009). These and other writings explore the constitutive interplay of identity and the politics of security, in which she turns to the more interpretative modes of inquiry provided to us by critical social theory and poststructuralism.
Securing Outer Space, co-edited with M. Sheehan, (London: Routledge, 2009)
National Missile Defense and the Politics of US Identity – A Poststructural Critique, (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2008)
‘Book Review: Feminism and the Final Foucault. By Diana Taylor and Karen Vintges, eds.,’
International Feminist Journal of Politics, 8 (1): 151-152, 2006.
‘Normalizing Empire, Ignoring Imperialism,’ with N, Charnock, G., Cozette, et al., CIP Working Papers, University of Manchester, 2005
‘Book Review: German Security Policy in the 21st Century. By Holger H. Mey,’ German Politics, 14 (3): 390-391, 2005.
‘Book Review: German Foreign Policy. By Scott Erb,’ German Politics, 13 (1): 150-151, 2004.