James Rogers

Assistant professor
Department of Political Science and Public Management

Email: jrg@sam.sdu.dk

Research interest

James Rogers is an Assistant Professor in War Studies at the University of Southern Denmark. He has previously been a visiting fellow of the Rothermere American Institute, University of Oxford and Associate Lecturer in International Politics at the University of York. His research focuses on drone warfare, contemporary security policy, and the history of warfare. His work has appeared in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, International Journal of Human Rights, International Peacekeeping, and Asian Policy and Politics. James also provides analysis and current affairs commentary for the media. He has previously contributed to Rolling Stone Magazine, the BBC, the Guardian, Gizmodo, History Today, E&T, and ABC.

James’ current research projects (funded by the Oxford Research Group, the Wellcome Trust, and DIAS) study Drone Warfare and War Trauma.

Selected publications

- Drone Warfare: Concepts and Controversies, Manchester University Press (Click the link to pre-order):

- Precision Warfare: A History, Manchester University Press (Under Contract, 2019).

Latest Articles

- The Origins of Drone Warfare, History Today (2018)

- Drone Warfare: The Death of Precision, The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists (2017)

- Written Evidence: House of Commons Defence sub-committee, With Hembury, G, & Kennedy, C (2017)

- Drone Chic: Oxford Research Group, With Kennedy, C & Waldman, T (2016)

- Virtuous Drones, International Journal of Human Rights, With Kennedy, C (2015)

Latest Media

- Swarming drones: will they change modern warfare?, ABC (Radio, 2018)

- Drone Warfare: A History, Viral Histories (TV, 2018)

- How Intelligent Drones Are Shaping the Future of Warfare, Rolling Stone Magazine (Online, 2017)

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