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Jumbert, Maria Gabrielsen

Overview
Works: 6 works in 35 publications in 1 language and 476 library holdings
Roles: Editor, Author, Other, Publishing director, htt
Classifications: UG1242.D7, 358.414
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Most widely held works by Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert
Status and the rise of Brazil : global ambitions, humanitarian engagement and international challenges by Paulo Luiz Esteves( )

8 editions published between 2019 and 2020 in English and held by 193 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book explores the evolution of Brazilian foreign relations in the last fifteen years, with a focus on continuities and change. The volume tackles three sets of themes: diplomacy and diplomatic culture, international security and international development cooperation. Central to these themes is how they all relate to Brazil's international status, and its quest for higher standing. The authors draw on a wide variety of methodologies to grapple with the subject matter, from diplomatic history to international sociology and postcolonial studies. The result is a combination of different approaches that seek to account for the foreign relations of Brazil. Paulo Esteves is Associate Professor in the Institute of International Relations at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert is Senior Researcher at the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), Norway, where she is Research Director of the Dimensions of Security Department. Benjamin de Carvalho is Senior Research Fellow at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI) in Oslo, Norway
The Good Drone by Kristin Bergtora Sandvik( )

16 editions published between 2016 and 2018 in English and Undetermined and held by 155 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Introduction: Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert and Kristin Bergtora Sandvik: What Does It Take to Be Good? -- Chapter 1: Susanne Krasmann Targeted 'Killer Drones' and the Humanitarian Discourse: On a Liaison --Chapter 2: John Karlsrud and Frederik Rosén Lifting the Fog of War? Opportunities and Challenges of Drones in UN Peace Operations -- Chapter 3: Kristoffer Lidén and Kristin Bergtora Sandvik Poison Pill or Cure-All: Drones and the Protection of Civilians --Chapter 4: Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert Creating the EU Drone: Control, Sorting, and Search and Rescue at Sea -- Chapter 5: Kristin Bergtora Sandvik The Public Order Drone: Proliferation and Disorder in Civil Airspace -- Chapter 6: Brad Bolman A Revolution in Agricultural Affairs: Dronoculture, Precision, Capital -- Chapter 7: Serge Wich, Lorna Scott, and Lian Pin Koh Wings for Wildlife: the use of Conservation Drones, challenges and opportunities -- Chapter 8: Mareile Kaufmann Drone/Body: the Drone's Power to Sense and Construct Emergencies
Citizen humanitarianism at European borders by Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert( )

6 editions published in 2021 in English and held by 122 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"At a time of escalating conflict between states and NGOs engaged in migrant search and rescue operations across the Mediterranean, this book explores the emerging trend of citizen-led forms of helping others at the borders of Europe. In recent years, Europe's borders have become new sites of intervention for traditional humanitarian actors and governmental agencies, but also, increasingly, for volunteer and activist initiatives led by "ordinary" citizens. This book sets out to interrogate the shifting relationship between humanitarianism, the securitization of border and migration regimes, and citizenship. Critically examining the "do it yourself" character of refugee aid practices performed by non-professionals coming together to help in informal and spontaneous manners, the volume considers the extent to which these new humanitarian practices challenge established conceptualisations of membership, belonging, and active citizenship. Drawing on case studies from countries around Europe including Greece, Turkey, Italy, France and Russia, this collection constitutes an innovative and theoretically engaged attempt to bring the field of humanitarian studies into dialogue with studies of grassroots refugee aid and, more explicitly, with political forms of solidarity with migrants and refugees which fall between aid and activism. This book is key reading for advanced students and researchers of humanitarian aid, European migration and refugees, and citizen-led activism"--
The internationalization of the Sudanese conflicts : from South Sudan to Darfur : agenda setting, mobilization and qualifications by Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert( Book )

3 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

How does an internal conflict become an international issue ? The subject of this thesis is to understand the internationalization of the conflicts in South Sudan and in Darfur, understood as the process through which these two conflicts have gone from being struggles over local and national governance to becoming issues of high level international concern. Internationalization, in the sense of conflicts being set on the agenda, is far from concerning all armed conflicts on the international arena, and referring to levels of violence or strategic interests of the great powers does not explain why a conflict is internationalized and another is not. The first part of the thesis analyses the internationalization processes « from below », where activist networks mobilized outside Sudan, first and foremost in the United States and in Europe, but also the Sudanese rebel movements and other representatives of Sudanese civil society, exert pressure on various governments and international organizations, requiring them to seize themselves of the conflicts. These actors have managed to impose their qualifications of the Sudanese conflicts, and their understandings of the appropriate responses, and thus contribute to the emergence of internationalization as a norm (a conflict not resolved internally should become an issue of international concern). The responses « from above » are then studied, seeking to understand how they are affected by pressure « from below ». Lastly, the thesis shows how internationalization influences local dynamics of conflict resolution
The new informatics of pandemic response: humanitarian technology, efficiency, and the subtle retreat of national agency by Christopher Wilson( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Citizen humanitarianism at European borders by Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert( )

1 edition published in 2021 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

"At a time of escalating conflict between states and NGOs engaged in migrant search and rescue operations across the Mediterranean, this book explores the emerging trend of citizen-led forms of helping others at the borders of Europe. In recent years, Europe's borders have become new sites of intervention for traditional humanitarian actors and governmental agencies, but also, increasingly, for volunteer and activist initiatives led by "ordinary" citizens. This book sets out to interrogate the shifting relationship between humanitarianism, the securitization of border and migration regimes, and citizenship. Critically examining the "do it yourself" character of refugee aid practices performed by non-professionals coming together to help in informal and spontaneous manners, the volume considers the extent to which these new humanitarian practices challenge established conceptualisations of membership, belonging, and active citizenship. Drawing on case studies from countries around Europe including Greece, Turkey, Italy, France and Russia, this collection constitutes an innovative and theoretically engaged attempt to bring the field of humanitarian studies into dialogue with studies of grassroots refugee aid and, more explicitly, with political forms of solidarity with migrants and refugees which fall between aid and activism. This book is key reading for advanced students and researchers of humanitarian aid, European migration and refugees, and citizen-led activism"--
 
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Alternative Names
Gabrielsen Jumbert Maria

Languages
English (34)