Stéphanie Martel is Assistant Professor of Political Studies – specializing in International Relations – at Queen’s University, where she is also a Fellow at the Centre for International and Defence Policy. Before joining Queen’s, she was a FRQSC postdoctoral fellow at the Institute of Asian Research (UBC) and the Centre for International Peace and Security Studies (McGill). She is an executive member of the Canadian Council for Southeast Asian Studies and an active member of Women in International Security (WIIS) Canada. Her research focuses on multilateral diplomacy, security regionalism, and the role of discourse in the social construction of world politics, with a focus on Southeast Asia and the Asia-Pacific. Her work has been published in peer-reviewed journals such as International Studies Quarterly, The Pacific Review, Monde Chinois and L’Espace Politique, among others. She is currently finalizing a book manuscript titled Enacting Security in the Asia-Pacific: Discourse in the Making of an ASEAN Community.
- Regional Security
- Multilateral Diplomacy
- Southeast Asia
- Stéphanie Martel, “The Polysemy of Security Community-Building: Toward a ‘People-Centered’ Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)?,” International Studies Quarterly (2020).
- Stéphanie Martel, “Enjeux de sécurité en Asie du Sud-Est et au-delà,” in L’Asie du Sud-Est à la croisée des puissances (Presses de l’Université de Montréal, 2019).
- Stéphanie Martel, “From Ambiguity to Contestation: Discourse(s) of Non-Traditional Security in the ASEAN Community,” The Pacific Review 30:4 (2017): 549-565.
- Stéphanie Martel, “Les frontières en Asie orientale : imprécisions, contradictions, revendications,” in Asie du Sud-Est : De l’émergence à la puissance (Ellipses, 2015).
- Stéphanie Martel, “La Chine et l’ASEAN : une relation ambivalente,” Monde Chinois 2:38 (2014) : 48-65.