Book chapter

Why does Colombia export security expertise? In: Carlos Solar and Carlos Perez Ricart (eds.). Crime, Violence, and Justice in Latin America: Themes and Trends. London: Routledge. (forthcoming)

Work in progress

Intervention from nowhere: technocratic internationalism and the Suez Canal. Draft paper. Winner EISA Best Graduate Paper 2021. Shortlisted for the 2022 ISA Barbara W. Tuchman Prize for Best Paper in Historical International Relations by a Graduate Student.

Expert enterprises: Michel Chevalier between impartiality and reform. Draft paper. Winner 2021 Fred Hartmann Award for Best Graduate Student Paper at ISA Northeast 2020.

Is expert authority epistemic? Restating the case for a relational political theory of expertise. Draft paper in preparation for APSA 2022.

Book reviews

Looking for Utopia: Experts and Global Governance. Review of Jens Steffek, International Organization as Technocratic Utopia, and Marieke Louis/Lucile Maertens, Why International Organizations Hate Politics. Journal of International Political Theory. (2022)

Corporate Sovereignty and Modern International Order. Review of Phillips Andrew and C. Sharman Jason, Outsourcing Empire: How Company-States Made the Modern World. International Studies Review 23(3): 1004-1005. (2021)

Review of Priya Satia, Time’s Monster: History, Conscience and Britain’s Empire. Global Intellectual History 6(2): 259-261. (2021)

Review of Ty Solomon, The Politics of Subjectivity in American Foreign Policy. St Antony’s International Review 14(1): 133-136. (2018)

Other writing

Experts in de internationale politiek: tussen hoop en afleiding. Over de Muur [in Dutch] (2022)

Saint-Simon’s Technocratic Internationalism. Centre for Intellectual History (2021)

How the technical expert emerged in 19th century politics – and what empire had to do with it. The Conversation (2020)

Expert politics and the COVID-19 pandemic. Oxford Political Review (2020)

Wie Großkonzerne die Klimaskepsis sponserten. taz [in German] (2020)

Colombia’s export of security expertise. Oxford Politics Blog (2019)