Maertens, Lucile

Lecturer in international relations at the University of Lausanne

Dr. Lucile Maertens is lecturer in international relations at the University of Lausanne and associate fellow at CERI/SciencesPo in Paris.

Her research focuses on international organizations’ action at the intersection between security and environmental issues. During her stay at CERIUM, she will be writing a monograph entitled Why International Organizations Hate Politics. Depoliticizing the World (with Marieke Louis, forthcoming in 2020, Routledge).

Research interests:
. International organizations
. United Nations
. environment
. critical security studies
. peacekeeping
. Haiti

Recent Publications:

- Maertens, Lucile. 2019. "From Blue to Green? Environmentalisation and Securitisation in UN Peacekeeping Practices", International Peacekeeping, online first. DOI: doi.org/10.1080/13533312.2019.1579648

- Maertens, Lucile. 2018. "Depoliticisation as a Securitising Move. The case of the United Nations Environment Programme", European Journal of International Security, vol. 3, n°3: 344-363. DOI: doi.org/10.1017/eis.2018.5.

- Maertens, Lucile. 2018. "Sécuritisation et logiques institutionnelles. Les obstacles à la sécuritisation de l’environnement à l’ONU", Études internationales, vol. 49, n°1: 105-131.

- Durand, Marie-Françoise with Mélanie Albaret, Delphine Allès, Philippe Copinschi, Lucile Maertens Delphine Placidi-Frot et Atelier de cartographie de Sciences Po. 2018. Espace Mondial: l’Atlas, Presses de Sciences Po, Paris. Disponible en accès libre en ligne : espace-mondial-atlas.sciencespo.fr/fr/

- Maertens, Lucile. 2018."Gouverner le système international. Le multilatéralisme en pratique(s)", in Delphine Allès, Stéphane Paquin, Romain Malejacq (eds.), Un monde fragmenté ? Autour de la sociologie des relations internationales de Bertrand Badie, Paris, CNRS Éditions: 159-177.