Martin Jorgensen Faculty of Arts and Philosophy > Department of History Work address Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 35, UFO 9000 Gent Email Martin.Jorgensen@UGent.be 1 – 13 of 13 publications Show 250 5 10 15 20 50 100 250 Sort by year (new to old) Actions Filter publications Save this search Download search results Subscribe to news feed Add to list PhD Thesis open access Revisiting the first United Nations peacekeeping intervention in Egypt and the Gaza Strip, 1956-1967: a case of imperial multilateralism? Martin Jorgensen (UGent) (2016) Add to list Journal Article A4 open access Tilbage til fremtiden? Historien om FN’s fredsbevarende operationer genfortalt som led i det globale imperiale systems udviklingshistorie” (Back to the Future? The History of UN Peacekeeping Operations recast as a part of the History of the Global Imperial System) Martin Jorgensen (UGent) (2016) NOTER. p.51-56 Add to list Book Editor Challenging ideas: theory and empirical research in the humanities and social sciences Maren Lytje, Torben Kjersgaard Nielsen and Martin Jorgensen (UGent) (2015) Add to list Miscellaneous Introduction Maren Lytje, Martin Jorgensen (UGent) and Johan Heinsen (2015) Challenging Ideas : Theory and Empirical Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences. p.1-6 Add to list Book Chapter Back to the future? A call for a genealogy of the sexual hygiene regimes in UN military interventions Martin Jorgensen (UGent) (2015) Challenging ideas : theory and empirical research in the humanities and social sciences. p.161-177 Add to list Miscellaneous Book review of Albert Lau (ed.): 'Southeast Asia and the Cold War' Martin Jorgensen (UGent) (2014) Journal of International and Global Studies. 5(2). p.132-134 Add to list Conference Paper C3 Decolonising the knowledge production on the military aspects of global governance Martin Jorgensen (UGent) (2014) Global Studies : critical and interdisciplinary perspectives. Add to list Conference Paper C3 Putting it on the Agenda (Again): the need for historical dialogue in history education in Israel, the Gaza strip and the West Bank Martin Jorgensen (UGent) (2013) Historical Justice and Memory: Questions of Rights and Accountability in Contemporary Society. Add to list Conference Paper C3 Historians and UN peacekeeping: a postcolonial critique Martin Jorgensen (UGent) (2013) Historians as Engaged Intellectuals: Historical Writing and Social Criticism. Add to list Conference Paper C3 Postcolonising ‘Multi-national’ and ‘International’ Police and Military Operations as ‘Frontier Zones of Imperial Internationalism' Martin Jorgensen (UGent) (2013) Frontiers and Borders in Global and Transnational History organized. Add to list Conference Paper C3 Being young in contested lands not at war and not at peace': experiences and imagined futures of Palestinian, Negev Bedouin and Israeli children and youth in and near the Gaza Strip, 1956-1967 Martin Jorgensen (UGent) (2013) Children and War: Past and Present. Add to list Journal Article A2 open access Academic history and the future of the past: contesting the current paradigm of global governance and western temporal and spatial epistemologies through memories and international history from below by example of the UN peacekeeping operation in the Gaza Strip, 1956-1967 Marianne Rostgaard and Martin Jorgensen (UGent) (2012) ACADEMIC QUARTER. p.27-41 Add to list Conference Paper C1 'Heaven in a grain of sand': the current paradigm of global governance as understood via the case of the United Nations Emergency Force' Martin Jorgensen (UGent) (2012) CHI, CEPS and CCC Global History Workshop.