International Relations, Lindsey Cohick


Lindsey Cohick is a Clarendon Scholar with the Department of Politics and International Relations at Oxford University and a member of Pembroke College. Her current research focuses on pirates as non-state actors in the ‘Golden Age of Piracy’, around 1650-1730. We discuss her previous research of Japanese history particularly the construction of the Samurai ethos of ‘death before dishonour’. Lindsey is also a creative writer and a comics enthusiast.

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