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College of Humanities and Social Sciences staff
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Marcel Zentveld-Wale GDipArts, MA, PGDipArts, BA(Hons)
LecturerSchool of People, Environment and Planning
I have worked at Massey for the past nine years, starting out at the (then) School of History, Philosophy and Classical Studies, and the School of People, Environment and Planning, before coming to CDSS. In that time I have taught on a range of subjects, from philosophy, politics and international relations, to conflict, strategic and security studies. I hold academic qualifications in political science, philosophy, classical studies and economics from Massey University and Victoria University of Wellington, and am currently working towards a PhD at the University of Auckland. My research interests include political and security theory and the ethics of armed conflict, particularly as it applies to the issue of terrorism.
Location: 6.22, Social Sciences Tower
- Graduate Diploma in Arts - Massey University (2013)
- Master of Arts - Massey University (2012)
- Postgraduate Diploma in Arts - Massey University (2010)
- Bachelor of Arts (Honours) - Victoria University (2008)
Concept of Security; Terrorism and Political Violence; Ethics of Armed Conflict.
21st Century Citizenship
Area of Expertise
Field of research codes
Applied Ethics (220100): Ethical Theory (220305): Philosophy (220300): Philosophy And Religious Studies (220000):
Political Science (160600): Political Theory and Political Philosophy (160609): Studies In Human Society (160000)
Teaching and Supervision
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Last updated on Tuesday 17 September 2019