Cami  Rowe Author of Evaluating Organization Development

Cami Rowe

Theatre and Politics scholar specializing in political performance and citizen vulnerability. Research interests include anti-war protest, military dissent, conscientious objection, migrant identities, feminist international relations theory, and subversive political performance.


I teach and research in the areas of political performance and the theatricality of international relations.  I have pioneered the application of performance theory to IR, and my past research has focused primarily on resistant political performances by marginalized identity categories.  I hold a BA, MA and MPhil in Theatre and Performance, and a PhD in Politics and International Relations.

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Recent research has focused on American anti-war protest under the George W. Bush Administration, analyzing the performative efficacy of Code Pink and Iraq Veterans Against the War.  Additionally, I have published research on performances of Conscientious Objection and silence in protest.  I am currently embarking on a major research project related to performances of migrant identities in the United Kingdom.  


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