Dr Jenny Mathers
BA Mount Holyoke College MPhil University of Oxford DPhil University of Oxford
Jenny Mathers received her undergraduate degree from Mount Holyoke College in the United States and her MPhil and DPhil from Oxford University. She joined the Department in 1992 while completing her DPhil thesis on Soviet ballistic missile defence policy from Stalin to Gorbachev. Her teaching and research spans two broad areas: Russian politics and security and gender and war.
- IPM7320 - Feminist Approaches to Security
- PGM0410 - Ways of Reading
- PGM2310 - Research Skills and Personal Development (Science) (2310)
- GW12620 - Y Tu ôl i'r Penawdau
- PGM2300 - Research Skills and Personal Development (Science) (2310)
- IP12620 - Behind the Headlines
- PGM2200 - Research Skills and Personal Development (Arts and Humanities) (2210)
- PGM2210 - Research Skills and Personal Development (Arts and Humanities) (2210)
- IPM0060 - Dissertation
- IQ23920 - People and Power: Understanding Comparative Politics Today
Women and war
Gender and security
Jenny Mathers is currently working on several related projects that focus on different aspects of the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, including a book that examines the crisis from the perspective of feminist security studies. She is also the co-editor (with Veronica Kitchen) and a contributor to Heroism and Global Politics (Routledge, 2018).
During the 2020-21 academic year, Jenny is the Department's MA recruitment and admissions officer. She chairs the University's Personal Tutor Working Group.
Office Hours (Student Contact Times)
- Monday 11:30-12:30
- Thursday 4:30-5:30