Claiming the international /

A host of voices has risen to challenge Western core dominance of the field of International Relations (IR), and yet, intellectual production about world politics continues to be highly skewed. This book is the third volume in a trilogy of titles that tries to put the international back into IR by s...

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Other Authors: Tickner, Arlene B., 1964-, Blaney, David L.
Format: Book
Published: Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2013.
Series:Worlding beyond the West ; 4.
Table of Contents:
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction: claiming the international beyond IR / Arlene B. Tickner
  • pt. I Reflections on critical IR
  • 2.Worlding beyond the Self? IR, the Subject, and the Cartesian anxiety / Inanna Hamati-Ataya
  • 3.Claiming the international as a critical project / Ash Calkivik
  • pt. II Alternative archives of the state
  • 4.Becoming nayaka: sovereignty and ethics in the Tanjavuri Andhra Rajula Caritra / Chris Chekuri
  • 5.Claiming the early state for the relational turn: the case of Rus' (ca. 800-1100) / Iver B. Neumann
  • 6.Sinic world order revisited: choosing sites of self-discovery in contemporary East Asia / Shih Chih-Yu
  • pt. III Alternative international registers
  • 7.Indigenous worlding: Kichwa women pluralizing sovereignty / Manuela L. Picq
  • 8.Black redemption, not (white) abolition / Robbie Shilliam
  • 9.An accidental (Chinese) International Relations theorist / Arlene B. Tickner
  • pt. IV Writing the international differently
  • Contents note continued: 10.Wresting the frame / Himadeep Muppidi
  • 11.Distance and intimacy: forms of writing and worlding / Naeem Inayatullah
  • 12.By way of conclusion: forget IR? / Arlene B. Tickner.