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Ariane Basthard-Bogain

Senior Lecturer

Department: Social Sciences

Ariane studied English, Politics and European law in France. She was appointed Lecturer in French in Modern Languages in 1997 and became a lecturer in French and Politics in 2015.  

Campus Address

Northumbria University
Lipman Building, room 004
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 8ST

Research Themes and Scholarly Interests

  • Anti-terrorism policies in France
  • Anti-terrorism discourses in France
  • Language and power
  • French Politics
  • France and the EU

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Reflexiones sobre las propuestas de Macron para la renovación de la UE, Bogain, A. 6 Nov 2020, In: Araucaria
  • Understanding public constructions of counter-terrorism: an analysis of online comments during the state of emergency in France (2015-2017), Bogain, A. 1 Oct 2020, In: Critical Studies on Terrorism
  • Terrorism and the discursive construction of national identity in France, Bogain, A. 27 Feb 2018, In: National Identities
  • Security in the name of human rights: the discursive legitimation strategies of the war on terror in France, Bogain, A. 2017, In: Critical Studies on Terrorism
  • Demons, ants, giants and dwarves: the construction of Germany’s handling of the Euro-crisis in French political discourse, Bogain, A. 30 May 2014, In: Journal of Contemporary European Studies
  • Jules Romains’ vision of a united Europe in interwar France: legacy and ambiguities, Bogain, A. 24 Jan 2013, In: Modern and Contemporary France
  • Erasmus Language students in a British University – a case study, Bogain, A. 2012, In: The Language Learning Journal

Qualifications

  • Cultural Studies MPhil June 30 1998
  • Education PGCE June 30 1997
  • Law MPhil June 30 1995
  • Politics MA (Hons) June 30 1994
  • English MA (Hons) June 30 1991
  • English BA June 30 1990


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