Routledge handbook of critical international relations

Critical international relations is both firmly established and rapidly expanding, and this Handbook offers a wide-ranging survey of contemporary research. It affords insights into exciting developments, more challenging issues, and less prominent topics, examining debates around questions of imperi...

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Contributors: Edkins, Jenny (herausgeberin, Editor)
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: London New York Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group 2019
Enclosed titles:Critique and the discipline
Critique and the discipline
Imperialism and the limits of critique  (Latha Varadarajan)
How to criticize without ever becoming a critic  (Sergei Prozorov)
The empty neighbourhood: race and disciplinary silence  (Vineet Thakur and Peter Vale)
Relations beyond humanity
Relations beyond humanity
Can international relations confront the cosmos?  (Audra Mitchell)
Relating to relational worlds: critical theory, relational thought and relational cosmology  (Milja Kurki)
Confronting horror: international relations beyond humanity  (François Debrix)
Art and narrative
Art and narrative
For Alex: the art of international relations  (Debbie Lisle)
Ways of seeing/ways of being in critical IR  (Aida A. Hozic)
Narrative and inquiry in international politics  (Elizabeth Dauphinee)
War, religion, security
War, religion, security
Critical war studies  (Shane Brighton)
Being 'critical' of/about/on 'religion' in international relations  (Erin K. Wilson)
Seeing radicalisation? The pedagogy of the prevent strategy  (Erzsébet Strausz and Charlotte Heath-Kelly)
Otherness and diplomacy
Otherness and diplomacy
The politics of otherness: illustrating the identity/alterity nexus and othering in IR  (Sybille Reinke de Buitrago and Erica Resende)
Abusive fidelities: diplomacy, translation, and the genres of man  (Sam Okoth Opondo)
Why Octavio Paz matters  (Siddharth Mallavarapu)
Spaces and times
Spaces and times
Racing to the bottom, squeezing through the cracks: imagining unbordered space  (Catarina Kinnvall)
Ethics, critique and space in international politics  (Dan Bulley)
Critique and the international: horizons, traces, finitude  (Tom Lundborg)
Resistance
Resistance
The qpermutations of 'taking' political action  (Andreja Zevnik)
The carnivalesque and resistance  (Tatevik Mnatsakanyan)
Intimacy and embodiment
Intimacy and embodiment
Bodies and embodiment in IR  (Lauren Wilcox)
The intimate and the international: love, sexuality, and queer feminist IR  (Megan Daigle)
Henri Lefebvre and the production of theory: a ghost story  (Yvonne Rinkart)
Series/Journal:Routledge handbooks
Further subjects:B Theory of science
B International policy
B POLITICAL SCIENCE / General ; bisacsh
B Theory
B Critical theory
B Government / POLITICAL SCIENCE / International ; bisacsh
B Research
B International relations ; Philosophy
B International Relations / POLITICAL SCIENCE / General ; bisacsh
B Handbook
B International relations Philosophy
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Summary:Critical international relations is both firmly established and rapidly expanding, and this Handbook offers a wide-ranging survey of contemporary research. It affords insights into exciting developments, more challenging issues, and less prominent topics, examining debates around questions of imperialism, race, gender, ethics and aesthetics, and offering both an overview of the existing state of critical international politics and an agenda-setting collection that highlights emerging areas and fosters future research. Sections cover: critique and the discipline; relations beyond humanity; art and narrative; war, religion and security; otherness and diplomacy; spaces and times; resistance; and embodiment and intimacy. An international group of expert scholars, whose contributions are commissioned for the volume, provide chapters that facilitate teaching at advanced undergraduate and postgraduate level, inspire new generations of researchers in the field, and promote collaboration, cross-fertilisation and inspiration across sub-fields often treated separately, such as feminism, postcolonialism and poststructuralism. The volume sees these strands as complementary not contradictory, and emphasises their shared political goals, shared theoretical resources and complementary empirical practices. Each chapter offers specific, focused, in-depth analysis that complements and exemplifies the broader coverage, making this Routledge Handbook of Critical International Relations essential reading for all students and scholars of international relations.
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ISBN:1315692449
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.4324/9781315692449