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Séverine Deneulin

Séverine Marie Paule Deneulin (born 15 January 1974),[1] is a senior lecturer in International Development at the Department of Social and Policy Sciences, University of Bath,[2] and a fellow of the Human Development and Capability Association (HDCA);[3] she is also the HDCA's secretary with a place on the executive council.[4]

Séverine Deneulin
Born
Séverine Marie Paule Deneulin

(1974-01-15) 15 January 1974 (age 44)
Alma materUniversity of Oxford
SchoolCapability approach
InstitutionsUniversity of Bath
Human Development and Capability Association (HDCA)
Main interests
International development
Websitewww.bath.ac.uk/sps/staff/severine-deneulin/

Deneulin's main areas of research are in development issues and Amartya Sen's capability approach. She is the author of a number of articles and books on the subject including, Wellbeing, justice and development ethics as part of Routledge's human development and capability debates series.[5]

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EducationEdit

Deneulin gained her MSc in economics from the University of Louvain, Belgium and a DPhil in Development Studies from the University of Oxford.[2]

BibliographyEdit

BooksEdit

  • Deneulin, Séverine (2006). Transforming unjust structures the capability approach. Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Springer. ISBN 9781402044311.
  • Deneulin, Séverine; Nebel, Mathias; Sagovsky, Nicholas (2006). Transforming unjust structures the capability approach. Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Springer. ISBN 9781402044311.
  • Deneulin, Séverine (author and editor); Shahani, Lila (editor) (2006). The capability approach and the praxis of development. Houndmills, Hampshire New York: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781403999337.
  • Deneulin, Séverine; Bano, Masooda (2009). Religion in development: rewriting the secular script. London New York: Zed Books. ISBN 9781848130012.
  • Deneulin, Séverine; Shahani, Lila (2009). An introduction to the human development and capability approach freedom and agency. Sterling, Virginia Ottawa, Ontario: Earthscan International Development Research Centre. ISBN 9781844078066. Pdf. E-book.
  • Deneulin, Séverine (2014). Wellbeing, justice and development ethics. London New York: Routledge (Human Development and Capability Debates Series). ISBN 9780415720243.

Chapters in booksEdit

  • Deneulin, Séverine; Alkire, Sabina (2002), "Individual motivation, its nature, determinants and consequences for within-group behaviour", in Heyer, Judith; Stewart, Frances; Thorp, Rosemary, Group behaviour and development: is the market destroying cooperation, Oxford New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 51–73, ISBN 9780199256921
  • Deneulin, Séverine (2006), ""Necessary thickening": Ricoeur's ethic of justice as a complement to Sen's capability approach", in Deneulin, Séverine; Nebel, Mathias; Sagovsky, Nicholas, Transforming unjust structures: the capability approach, Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Springer, pp. 27–45, ISBN 9781402044328
  • Deneulin, Séverine (2008), "Beyond individual freedom and agency: structures of living together in Sen's capability approach to development", in Alkire, Sabina; Comim, Flavio; Qizilbash, Mozaffar, The capability approach: concepts, measures and applications, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 105–124, ISBN 9780521154529
  • Deneulin, Séverine; Shahani, Lila (2009), "Introduction", in Deneulin, Séverine; Shahani, Lila, An introduction to the human development and capability approach freedom and agency, Sterling, Virginia Ottawa, Ontario: Earthscan International Development Research Centre, pp. xvii–xxi, ISBN 9781844078066
  • Deneulin, Séverine; Alkire, Sabina (2009), "A normative framework for development", in Deneulin, Séverine; Shahani, Lila, An introduction to the human development and capability approach freedom and agency, Sterling, Virginia Ottawa, Ontario: Earthscan International Development Research Centre, pp. 3–21, ISBN 9781844078066
  • Deneulin, Séverine; Alkire, Sabina (2009), "The human development and capability approach", in Deneulin, Séverine; Shahani, Lila, An introduction to the human development and capability approach freedom and agency, Sterling, Virginia Ottawa, Ontario: Earthscan International Development Research Centre, pp. 22–48, ISBN 9781844078066
  • Deneulin, Séverine (2009), "Ideas related to human development", in Deneulin, Séverine; Shahani, Lila, An introduction to the human development and capability approach freedom and agency, Sterling, Virginia Ottawa, Ontario: Earthscan International Development Research Centre, pp. 49–70, ISBN 9781844078066
  • Deneulin, Séverine (2009), "Democracy and political participation", in Deneulin, Séverine; Shahani, Lila, An introduction to the human development and capability approach freedom and agency, Sterling, Virginia Ottawa, Ontario: Earthscan International Development Research Centre, pp. 185–206, ISBN 9781844078066
  • Deneulin, Séverine; White, Sarah (2009), "Culture and religion", in Deneulin, Séverine; Shahani, Lila, An introduction to the human development and capability approach freedom and agency, Sterling, Virginia Ottawa, Ontario: Earthscan International Development Research Centre, pp. 246–272, ISBN 9781844078066
  • Deneulin, Séverine; Spence, Randy (2009), "Human development policy analysis", in Deneulin, Séverine; Shahani, Lila, An introduction to the human development and capability approach freedom and agency, Sterling, Virginia Ottawa, Ontario: Earthscan International Development Research Centre, pp. 275–299, ISBN 9781844078066
  • Deneulin, Séverine; Shahani, Lila (2009), "Policy case studies", in Deneulin, Séverine; Shahani, Lila, An introduction to the human development and capability approach freedom and agency, Sterling, Virginia Ottawa, Ontario: Earthscan International Development Research Centre, pp. 300–333, ISBN 9781844078066
  • Deneulin, Séverine (2011), "Advancing human development: values, groups, power and conflict", in Fitzgerald, Valpy; Thorp, Rosemary; Heyer, Judith, Overcoming the persistence of inequality and poverty, Houndsmill, Basingstoke, Hampshire New York: Palgrave, pp. 127–148, ISBN 9780230249707
  • Deneulin, Séverine (2013), "Christianity and international development", in Clarke, Matthew, Handbook of research on development and religion, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, pp. 51–65, ISBN 9781782540236
  • Deneulin, Séverine (2014), "Constructing new policy narratives: the capability approach as normative language", in Stewart, Frances; Cornia, Giovanni A., Towards human development new approaches to macroeconomics and inequality, Oxford, Oxfordshire: Oxford University Press, pp. 45–65, ISBN 9780198706083

Journal articlesEdit

Secularism and the public-private divide: a response to David Lehmann was a response to this article: Lehmann, David (2006). "Secularism and the public-private divide: Europe can learn from Latin America". Political Theology. Maney Publishing via Metapress. 7 (3): 273–293. doi:10.1558/poth.2006.7.3.273.

PapersEdit

  • Deneulin, Séverine; McGregor, J. Allister (2009). The capability approach and the politics of a social conception of wellbeing (working paper). Bath, UK: University of Bath/Wellbeing in Developing Countries (WeD) Research Group. Pdf version.
  • Deneulin, Séverine (2009). Advancing human development: values, groups, power and conflict (working paper). Bath, UK: University of Bath/Wellbeing in Developing Countries (WeD) Research Group. Pdf version.
  • Deneulin, Séverine; Brown, Graham; Devine, Joe (August 2009). Contesting the boundaries of religion in social mobilization. Bath, UK: Bath Papers in International Development, Bath: Centre for Development Studies. OCLC 690257625. Pdf version.
  • Deneulin, Séverine (2010). Human flourishing and the UK economic model (briefing paper 3). Bath, UK: CAFOD, Tearfund and Theos - Human Flourishing Project, Bath: Centre for Development Studies. OCLC 826511833. Pdf version.
  • Deneulin, Séverine; Dinerstein, Ana C. (2010). Hope movements: social movements in the pursuit of human development. Bath, UK: Bath Papers in International Development, Bath: Centre for Development Studies. OCLC 690276461. Pdf version.
  • Deneulin, Séverine (2010). Development and the limits of Amartya Sen’s The Idea of Justice. Bath, UK: Bath Papers in International Development, Bath: Centre for Development Studies. OCLC 808404636. Pdf version.
  • Deneulin, Séverine (2012). Justice and deliberation about the good life: the contribution of Latin American buen vivir social movements to the idea of justice. Bath, UK: Bath Papers in International Development, Bath: Centre for Development Studies. OCLC 826513212. Pdf version.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Deneulin, Séverine, 1974-". Library of Congress. Retrieved 10 August 2014. (Séverine Deneulin, St Antony's Coll.; D.Phil. thesis in development studies, Univ. of Oxford) thesis cat. inf. form (Deneulin, Séverine Marie Paule, b. Jan. 15, 1974)
  2. ^ a b "Dr Séverine Deneulin". Department of Social & Policy Sciences, University of Bath. Retrieved 10 August 2014.
  3. ^ "HDCA Fellows". Human Development & Capability Association. Retrieved 10 August 2014.
  4. ^ "Executive Council". Human Development & Capability Association. Retrieved 10 August 2014.
  5. ^ Deneulin, Séverine (2014). Wellbeing, justice and development ethics. London New York: Routledge (Human Development and Capability Debates Series). ISBN 9780415720243.

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