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INRL 6001

Advanced Theory and Methodology: International Relations, Globalization and Development

Professor Jessica Byron

 

Recommended International Relations Textbooks

  1. Acharya A., Buzan B. eds. (2010) Non-Western International Relations Theory, Abingdon: Routledge. Call number: JZ1238.A78 N66 2010 (NGL-General)

  2. Baylis J., Smith S., Owens P. eds. (2008)  The Globalization of World Politics Oxford: Oxford University Press  4th edition or earlier. Call number: JZ1242 G58 2017 (NGL-General)

  3. Beeson M., Bisley N. eds. (2010) Issues in Twenty-First Century World Politics, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Call number: JZ1305 .I86 2010 (NGL-General)

  4. Bisley N. (2007) Rethinking Globalization Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. On order

  5. Boli J., Lechner F. eds. (2015) The Globalization Reader Chichester : Wiley Blackwell. Call number: HF1359 .G59 2015 (NGL-General)

  6. Burchill S., Linklater A. et al eds. (2009) Theories of International Relations London: Macmillan. Call number: JZ1242 .T48 2013 (NGL-General)

  7. Dunne T., Kurki M., Smith S. eds. (2016 or 2010) International Relations Theories: Discipline and Diversity Oxford: OUP. Call number: JZ1305 .I565 2016 (NGL-Reserve)

  8. Griffiths M. ed. (2007) International Relations Theory for the Twenty-First Century New York: Routledge. Call number: JZ1305 .I5658 2007 (NGL-General; AJL-General)

  9. Held D., McGrew A. eds. (2000) The Global Transformations Reader Cambridge: Polity Press. Call number: JZ1318 .G56 2003 (NGL-Reserve/General; AJL- General)

  10. Heywood A., (2011) Global Politics Basingstoke: Palgrave. Call number: JZ1310 .H49 2011 (NGL-General)

  11. Jorgensen K.E. (2010) International Relations Theory: A New Introduction Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Call number: JZ1305 .J67 2010 (NGL-General)

  12. Shilliam R. ed. (2011) International Relations and Non-Western Thought Abingdon: Routledge. Call number: JZ1238.D44 I58 2012 (NGL-General)

  13. Sterling-Folker J. ed. (2006) Making Sense of International Relations Theory, Boulder: Lynne Rienner. Call number: JZ1305 .M32185 2013 (NGL-General)

  14. Tickner A., Waever O. eds. (2009) International Relations Scholarship Around the World London: Routledge. Call number: JZ1251 .I58 2009 (NGL-General)

  15. Bilgin P., Ling L.H.M. eds. (2017) Asia In International Relations: Unlearning Imperial Power Relations London/New York: Routledge. Call number: JZ1980 .A79 2017 (NGL-General)

  16. Rutazibwa O., Shilliam R. eds. (2018) Routledge Handbook of Postcolonial Politics London/New York: Routledge. Call number: JV152 .R683 2018 (NGL-General)

 

Also check out:

 www.theory-talks.org   

 https://www.e-ir.info

Please note that for the following readings, most will be available on MyElearning or in the Norman Girvan Library.

 

Topic One: What is International Relations? Evolution of the Field; Functions of Theory

  1. Wight M. “Why is there no International Theory?” International Relations 2 (1) 1960 (see Norman Girvan Library for photocopy).

  2. *Wight M. “An Anatomy of International Thought” Review of International Studies Vol 13 (3) 1987 pp. 221-227. Click here (Available-Jstor, ask Library staff how to access it)

  3. Bull H. “The Theory of International Politics 1919 – 1969” in Der Derian J. (1995) International Theory: Critical Investigations pp. 181 – 211 (see Norman Girvan Library for photocopy).

  4. *Snyder J. “One World, Rival Theories” in Mingst and Snyder (2008) Essential Readings in World Politics pp. 4 – 11. Call number: JZ1305 .E85 2011 (NGL-General)

  5. *Walt S. “One World, Many Theories” Foreign Policy No. 110 1998. Click here

  6. *Schmidt B. “On the History and Historiography of International Relations” in Carlsnaes, Risse and Simmons eds. Handbook of International Relations, Sage 2005 pp. 3 – 22. Call number: JZ1242 .H36 2013 (NGL-Reserve)

  7. *Dunne T., Hansen L., Wight C. “The End of International Relations Theory?” European Journal of International Relations (EJIR) Vol. 19 (3) 2013 pp. 405-425. Click here

  8. Lake D. “Theory is dead, long live theory: the end of the Great Debates and the rise of eclecticism in International Relations” EJIR Vol. 19 (3) 2013 pp. 567 – 587. Click here

  9. *Smith S. “The Discipline of International Relations: Still an American Social Science?” British Journal of Politics and International Relations, Vol 2 (3) 2000 pp. 374 – 402. Click here

  10. *Kaufman S. “Approaches to Global Politics in the 21st Century: A Review Essay” International Studies Review Vol 1 (2) 1999 pp. 193 – 221. Click here (Available-Jstor, ask Library staff how to access it)

  11. *Weiss T.G., Wilkinson R. “Global Governance to the Rescue: Saving International Relations?” Global Governance No. 20 2014 pp. 19 – 36. Click here

  12. *Tickner A. (2013) “Core, Periphery and Neo-Imperialist IR” European Journal of International Relations. Click here

  13. *Shilliam R.  ed. (2011) International Relations and Non-Western Thought Chap. 1. Call number: JZ1238.D44 I58 2012 (NGL-General)

  14. *Badie B. “The Trump Moment, the Science of Suffering and International Relations” Theory Talk No. 74 www.theory-talks.org

 

Also, see the following book chapters:

  1. Burchill, Linklater et al, 3rd edition or later, Chapter One. Call number: JZ1242 .T48 2013 (NGL-General)

  2. Baylis and Smith, Introduction and Chapter One. Call number: JZ1242 G58 2017 (NGL-General)

  3. Dunne, Kurki and Smith (4th edition) Introduction and Chapter One. Call number: JZ1305 .I565 2016 (NGL-Reserve)

 

On Theory

  1. *Woods N. ed. (1996) Explaining International Relations since 1945 Chap. One “The Uses of Theory in the Study of International Relations” pp. 9 – 31. Call number: JX1391 .E965 1996 (AJL-General)

  2. *Sterling-Folker J. ed. (2006) Chap. One “Making Sense of International Relations Theory” pp. 1 – 12. Call number: JZ1305 .M32185 2013 (NGL-General)

  3. Rosenau J., Durfee R. (1995) Thinking Theory Thoroughly: Coherent Approaches to an Incoherent World Chap. One pp. 1 – 9.  On order

  4. *Cox R. “Social Forces, States and World Orders: Beyond International Relations Theory” Journal of International Studies: Millennium Vol. 10 (2) 1981 pp. 126 – 155. (see Norman Girvan Library for photocopy).

  5. * Dunne, Kurki and Smith (2016) Chapter One “International Relations and Social Science”. Call number: JZ1305 .I565 2016 (NGL-Reserve)

 

 Topic Two: The State and Sovereignty; Levels of Analysis and Structure and Agency; Ontology and Epistemology, Positivism and Post-Positivism

The State and Sovereignty

  1. *Hobson J. M. “The Second State debate in International Relations: Theory turned Upside Down” Review of International Studies Vol. 27 (3) 2001. Click here (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  2. *Strange S. “The Westfailure System” Review of International Studies Vol. 25 (3) 1999. Click here

  3. *Krasner S. (1999) Sovereignty: Organized Hypocrisy Chap One, Princeton: Princeton University Press. Call number: KZ4041 .K73 1999 (NGL-General; AJL-General)

  4. *Krasner S. “Sovereignty, Failed States and International Regimes” Theory Talk 21 www.theory-talks.org

  5. *Krasner S. “Compromising Westphalia” Chap. 10 in Held and McGrew (2000) The Global Transformations Reader Polity Press pp.124 – 135 (see Norman Girvan Library for photocopy)

  6. *Strange S. “The Declining Authority of States” Chap. 12 in Held and McGrew Op.Cit. pp. 148 – 155 (see Norman Girvan Library for photocopy).

  7. *Mann M. “Has Globalization ended the Rise and Rise of the Nation-State?” Chap. 11 in Held and McGrew Op.Cit. pp. 136 – 147. Click here (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  8. *Cerny P. “Globalisation and Statehood” in Beeson and Bisley eds. (2010) Issues in 21st Century Politics pp. 17 – 32. Call number: JZ1305 .I86 2010 (NGL-General)

  9. *Biersteker T. “State, Sovereignty and Territory” Chap. 8 in Carlsnaes, Risse and Simmons 2005, pp. 157 – 176. Call number: JZ1242 .H36 2013 (NGL-Reserve)

  10. *Buzan B. “The Idea of the State and National Security” Reading 1.2 in Little and Smith eds. (1991) Perspectives on World Politics pp. 36 – 46, London: Routledge. Call number: JX1391 .P47 1991 (NGL-Reserve; AJL- General)

  11. Weiss L. ed. (2003) States in the Global Economy Cambridge: CUP. Click here

 

Levels of Analysis, Structure and Agency

  1. *Singer J. D. “The Level-of-Analysis Problem in International Relations” Chapter 18 in Williams, Goldstein, Shafritz eds. Classic Readings of International Relations 1999, pp. 105 – 119. (see Norman Girvan Library for photocopy).

  2. *Wendt A. “Levels of Analysis vs. Agents and Structures: Part III” Review of International Studies Vo. 18 (2) 1992.Click here (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  3. *Wendt A. “The Agent-Structure Problem in International Relations” International Organization Vol. 41 (3) 1987. Click here

  4. *Hollis M., Smith S. “Beware of Gurus: Structure and Agency in International Relations” Review of International Studies Vol. 17 (4) 1991. Click here (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  5. Dessler D. “What’s at Stake in the Agent/Structure debate?” International Organization Vol. 43 (3) 1989. Click here  (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  6. Joseph J. “Hegemony and the Structure-Agency Problem in International Relations – a Scientific Realist Contribution” Review of International Studies Vol. 34 (1) 2008. Click here

  7. *Hollis M., Smith S. “Two Stories about Structure and Agency” Review of International Studies Vol. 20 (3) 1994. Click here (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

 

Ontology and Epistemology, Positivism and Post-Positivism    

  1. *Hollis M., Smith S. “Why epistemology matters in International Theory” Review of International Studies Vol. 22 (1) 1996. Click here (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  2. Jabri V., Chan S. “The Ontologist always rings twice: Two more Stones about Structure and Agency in reply to Hollis and Smith” Review of International Studies Vol. 22 (1) 1996.

  3. *Dunne, Kurki and Smith (2016) Introduction and Chap. One. Call number: JZ1305 .I565 2016 (NGL-Reserve)

  4. *Wight C. “Philosophy of Social Science and International Relations” Chap. Two in Carlsnaes, Risse and Simmons , Handbook of International Relations, 2005, pp. 23 – 51. Call number: JZ1242 .H36 2013 (NGL-Reserve)

  5. *Hermann R. “Linking Theory to Evidence in International Relations” Ibid. Chap. Six, pp. 119 – 136.  Call number: JZ1242 .H36 2013 (NGL-Reserve)

  6. *Jorgensen K. E. (2010) International Relations Theory: A New Introduction Chap. One pp. 6 – 32, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.Call number: JZ1305 .J67 2010 (NGL-General)

  7. *Smith S. “Positivism and Beyond” Chap One in Smith, Booth and Zalewski (1996), International Theory: Positivism and Beyond, pp. 11 – 46, Cambridge: CUP. Call number: JX1391 .I6394 1996 (NGL-General)

  8. *Cox R. “The Way Ahead: Towards a New Ontology of World Order” Chap. Three in Jones R. W. ed. (2001) Critical Theory and World Politics, Boulder: Lynne Rienner, pp. 45 – 60. On order

 

Topic Three: Realism and Neo-Realism

  1. *Baldwin D. “Power and International Relations” Chap. Nine in Carlsnaes, Risse and Simmons (2005) pp. 177 – 191. Call number: JZ1242 .H36 2013 (NGL-Reserve)

  2. *Buzan B. “The Timeless Wisdom of Realism?” Chap. Two in Smith, Booth and Zalewski eds. (1996) pp. 47 – 65. Call number: JX1391 .I6394 1996 (NGL-General)

  3. *Williams, Goldstein, Shafritz eds. Classic Readings of International Relations, Section 2 “The Realist Tradition and Power” pp. 30 – 58. Call number: JZ1242 .C53 2006 (NGL-Reserve)

  4. *Lebow R.N. “Classical Realism” Chap. Two in Dunne, Kurki and Smith (2016) pp. 34 – 50. Call number: JZ1305 .I565 2016 (NGL-Reserve)

  5. *Mearsheimer J. “Structural Realism” Ibid.pp. 51 – 67.  Call number: JZ1305 .I565 2016 (NGL-Reserve)

  6. *Bisley N. “Global Power Shift: The Decline of the West and the Rise of the Rest?” in Beeson and Bisley eds. (2010)  Issues in 21st Century World Politics, pp. 66 – 80. Call number: JZ1305 .I86 2010 (NGL-General)

  7. *Killingsworth M. “Old and New Wars” Ibid. pp. 125 – 135.  Call number: JZ1305 .I86 2010 (NGL-General)

  8. *Dunne T., Schmidt B. “Realism” Chap. Seven in Baylis and Smith eds. The Globalization of World Politics Oxford: OUP pp. 141 – 161. Call number: JZ1242 G58 2017 (NGL-General)

  9. *Huntington S. “The Clash of Civilizations?” Williams, Shafritz, Goldstein eds Ibid. pp. 633 – 652. Click here (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  10. Milner H. “The Assumption of Anarchy in International Relations Theory” Review of International Studies Vol. 17 (1)  1991. Click here (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  11. *Waltz K. “Structural Realism after the Cold War” International Security Vol. 25 (1) 2000. Click here

  12. *Webb M. Krasner S. “Hegemonic Stability Theory: An Empirical Assessment” Review of International Studies Vol. 15 1989. Click here (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  13. *Ashley R., “The Poverty of Neo-Realism” International Organization Vol. 38 (2) 1984. Click here

  14. *Krasner S. “Abiding Sovereignty” International Political Science Review Vol. 22 (3) 2001. Click here  (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  15. *Nye J. “Neo-Realism and Neo-Liberalism” World Politics  Vol. 40 (2) 1988. Click here (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

 

Topic Four: Idealism, Liberalism, Neoliberalism, Liberal Cosmopolitanism

  1. *Kant I. 1983 “To Perpetual Peace: A Philosophical Sketch” reprinted 2008 in Mingst K., Snyder J. eds. Essential Readings in World Politics New York: Norton and Co. pp. 14 – 18. Call number: JZ1305 .E85 2011 (NGL-General)

  2. Jurg Martin Gabriel 1994, “Kant: Perpetual Peace” pp. 51 – 59 in Gabriel Worldviews and Theories of International Relations, Basingstoke: Macmillan. On Order

  3. *Jean-Jacques Rousseau, “The State of War: Confederation as Means to Peace in Europe” pp. 98 – 118 in Viotti P.R., Kauppi M. eds. 1993 International Relations Theory: Realism, Pluralism, Globalism, New York: Macmillan. Call number: JZ1305 .V56 1999 (NGL- Reserve; AJL-Reserve)

  4. *Doyle M. 1995, “Liberalism and World Politics Revisited” pp. 83 – 106 in Kegley C. ed. Controversies in International Relations Theory: Realism and the Neoliberal Challenge New York: St Martin’s Press. Call number: JX1395 .C664 1995 (NGL-Reserve; AJL- General)

  5. *Zacher M, Matthew R. 1995, “Liberal International Theory: Common Threads, Divergent Strands” pp. 107 – 150 in Kegley C. ed. Controversies in International Relations Theory: Realism and the Neoliberal Challenge New York: St. Martin’s Press.Call number: JX1395 .C664 1995 (NGL-Reserve; AJL- General)

  6. *Dunne T. 2001 “Liberalism” pp. 162 – 181 in Baylis J., Smith S. eds. The Globalization of World Politics 2nd edition or later, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Call number: JZ1242 G58 2017 (NGL-General)

  7. *Lamy S. 2001 “Contemporary Mainstream Approaches: Neo-Realism and Neo-Liberalism” pp. 182 – 199 in Baylis J, Smith S. eds The Globalization of World Politics, Oxford: OUP.  Call number: JZ1242 G58 2017 (NGL-General)

  8. Harvey D. 2005  A Brief History of Neoliberalism Oxford: Oxford University Press. (highly recommended) Call number: HD87 .H374 2005 (NGL-General)

  9. Richardson J. 2001 Contending Liberalisms in World Politics: Ideology and Power, Boulder: Lynne Rienner. (highly recommended) On order

  10. *Cerny P. 2008 “Neoliberalism: The Evolution of a Hegemonic Paradigm, The Journal of International Trade and Diplomacy Vol. 2 (1) www.scribd.com/doc/1332051129/Embedding-Neoliberalism-The-Evolution-of-a-Hegemonic-Paradigm-by-Philip-Cerny-from-The-Journal-of-International-Trade-and-Diplomacy-2-1-Spring-2#

  11. *Gamble A. 2009 “The Western Ideology” Government and Opposition Vol 44 (1). Click here (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  12. Long D. 1991 “J.A. Hobson and Idealism in International Relations” Review of International Studies, Vol. 17 (3). Click here (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  13. Osiander A. 1988 “Re-reading Early 20th Century IR Theory: Idealism Revisited” International Studies Quarterly Vol. 42 (3). Click here  (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  14. *Helleiner E. 2003 “Economic Liberalism and its Critics: the past as prologue” Review of International Political Economy Vol. 10 (2). Click here

  15. *Keohane R., Martin L. 1995 “The Promise of Institutionalist Theory, International Security Vol. 20 (1). Click here

  16. *Ruggie J. 1982 “International Regimes, Transactions and Change: Embedded Liberalism in the PostWar Economic Order” International Organization Vol. 36 (2) 1982. Click here

  17. *Chernoff F. 2004 “The Study of democratic Peace and Progress in International Relations” International Studies Review Vol. 6 (1). (Available -EbscoHost, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  18. *Hobson C. 2010 “Towards a Critical Theory of Democratic Peace” Review of International Studies. Click here (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  19. *Ikenberry G.J. 2009 “Liberal Internationalism 3.0: America and the Dilemmas of Liberal World Order” Perspectives on Politics Vol. 7 (1). Click here

  20. *Held D. 2003 “Cosmopolitanism: Globalization Tamed?” Review of International Studies Vol 29 (4). Click here

  21. *Held D. 2009 “Restructuring Global Governance: Cosmopolitanism, Democracy and the Global Order” Millennium Vol. 37 (3) pp. 535 – 547. Click here

  22. *McGrew A. 2000 “Democracy beyond Borders?” pp. 405 – 419 in Held and Mcgrew eds. The Global Transformations Reader Cambridge: Polity Press. Call number: JZ1318 .G56 2003 (NGL-Reserve/General; AJL-General)

 

Marxism and Neo-Marxist Traditions

  1. *Marx K, Engels F. “The Communist Manifesto” pp. 86 – 93 in Crane G, Amawi A, eds. 1997 The Theoretical Evolution of International Political Economy: A Reader Oxford: OUP. Click here

  2. *Marx K. “On Imperialism in India” pp. 94 – 100 in Crane and Amawi eds. 1997 Op. Cit. Click here

  3. *Lenin V. “Imperialism: The Highest Stage of Capitalism” (1917) reprinted in Viotti P. Kauppi M. 1993  International Relations Theory pp. 490 – 500 New York: Macmillan. Call number: JX1391 .V57 1993 (NGL-General)

  4. Watson M. 2011 “The Historical Roots of Theoretical Traditions in Global Political Economy: GPE Marxism and the Nineteenth Century Marxian Political Economy Tradition” pp. 41 – 47 in Ravenhill J. ed. Global Political Economy  Oxford: OUP. Call number: HF1359 .G577 2014 (NGL-General)

  5. *Rupert M. 2016 “Marxism” pp. 127 – 144 in Dunne T., Kurki M., Smith S. eds. International Relations Theories: Discipline and Diversity  Oxford: OUP. Call number: JZ1305 .I565 2016 (NGL-Reserve)

 

Neo-Marxist Theory I: Dependency Theory and World Systems Theory

  1. *Cardoso F. 1972 “Dependency and Development in Latin America” New Left Review No. 74 July-August. Click here

  2. *Frank A. G. 1966 “The Development of Underdevelopment” Monthly Review Vol. 18 (4). Click here

  3. *Dos Santos T. 1970 “The Structure of Dependence” reprinted in Crane G., Amawi A. eds. 1991 The Theoretical Evolution of International Political Economy pp. 144 – 152. On Order

  4. *Gills B. K. 2005 “In Memoriam: Andre Gunder Frank 24 February 1929 to 24 April 2005” Globalizations Vol. 2 (1). (Available -EbscoHost, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  5. *Girvan N. 1973 “The Development of Dependency Economics in the Caribbean and Latin America: Review and Comparison” Social and Economic Studies Vol. 22 (1). Click here (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  6. *Benn D. 1987 The Growth and Development of Political Ideas in the Caribbean 1774 – 1983  Chapter 4, pp. 84 – 106, Kingston: UWI ISER. Call number: F1621 .B46 1987 (AJL-General/Reserve)

  7. *Hills J. 1994 “Dependency Theory and its Relevance Today” Review of International Studies Vol 20 (2). Click here  (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  8. *Kay C, Gwynne R. 2000 “The Relevance of Structuralist and Dependency Theories in the Neoliberal Period: A Latin American Perspective” Journal of Developing Societies Vol. 16 (1) pp. 49 – 69. (Available -EbscoHost, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  9. *Kay C. 1991 “Reflections on the Latin American Contribution to Development Theory” Development and Change Vol. 22 (1) pp. 31 – 68. Click here

  10. Amin S. 1974 Accumulation on a World Scale: A Critique of the Theory of Underdevelopment, Monthly Review Press. Call number: HG3881 A517 A1 1974e (NGL-General; AJL-General)

  11. Amin S. 1997 Capitalism in the Age of Globalization Capetown: Zed Books. Call number: HB501 .A5866 1997 (AJL-General/Reserve)

  12. Tributes to Samir Amin   roape.net/2018/08/21/a-rebel-in-the-marxist-citadel-tributes-to-samir-amin/

  13. *Gereffi G. 1984 “Power and Dependency in an Interdependent World: A Guide to Understanding the Contemporary Global Crisis” reprinted in Little R, Smith M. eds. 1991, Perspectives on World Politics pp. 318 – 324, New York: Routledge. Call number : JZ1242 .P47 2006 (NGL-Reserve; AJL-General)

  14. *Wallerstein I. 1984 “Patterns and Perspectives of the Capitalist World Economy” pp. 501 – 512 in Viotti and Kauppi Op.Cit. Call number: JZ1305 .V56 2012 (NGL-General)

  15. *Wallerstein I. 2004 “The Modern World-System as a Capitalist World-Economy” reprinted in  Lechner F, Boli J. eds. 2015 The Globalization Reader pp. 56 – 62. Call number: HF1359 .G59 2015 (NGL-General)

  16.  Wallerstein I. 1991 Geopolitics and GeoCulture: Essays on the Changing World-System Cambridge: CUP. Call number: JC319 .W25 1991 (NGL-Reserve)

  17. *Chase-Dunn C. 1997 “Interstate System and Capitalist World-Economy: One Logic or Two?” pp. 144 – 157 in Crane G and Amawi A eds. Op.Cit. On Order

 

Globalization and International Relations Theory

  1. *Baylis J. Smith S. Owens P. eds. 2011 The Globalization of World Politics, Chaps. 1, 15, 22, 27 – 33, Oxford: OUP. Call number: JZ1242 G58 2017 (NGL-General)

  2. *Scholte J.A. 2005 Globalization: A Critical Introduction Chaps 1 – 4, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Call number: JZ1318 .S36 2005 (NGL-Reserve; AJL-General)

  3. *Bisley N. 2007 Rethinking Globalization Chaps 1 – 7 Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. On Order

  4. *Mittelman J. ed 1997 Globalization: Critical Reflections Chaps. 1, 2, 9 – 11, Boulder: Lynne Rienner. On Order

  5. Held D. McGrew A. 2000 The Global Transformations Reader Intro., Chaps. 1 – 2, 4, 25, 28,33, 38, 39 Call number: JZ1318 .G56 2003 (NGL-Reserve/General; AJL-General)

  6. *Lechner F, Boli J. eds. 2015 The Globalization Reader Chichester: Wiley Blackwell, various chapters, inc. 22 (Gereffi) and 27 (Stiglitz). Call number: HF1359 .G59 2015 (NGL-General)

  7. Byron J. (2018) “The Contemporary Crisis in Globalization and its impact on Latin America: Special reference to the Caribbean” in Serbin A. ed. America Latina y el Caribe frente a un Nuevo Orden Mundial: Poder, Globalizacion y Respuestas Regionales  Barcelona: CRIES/Editorial Icaria, pp. 97 – 106. Click here

 

Neo-Marxist Theory II: Neo-Gramscian Thought and other aspects of Critical Theory

  1. *R. Cox 1987 Production, Power and World Order: Social Forces in the Making of History Chaps. 5 – 7, Conclusion, New York: Columbia University Press. Call number: HD6971 .C78 1987 (NGL-General)

  2. Cox R. “Social Forces, States and World Orders: Beyond International Relations Theory” Journal of International Studies: Millennium Vol. 10 (2) 1981 pp. 126 – 155. (see Norman Girvan Library for photocopy).

  3. Roach S.C. 2016 “Critical Theory” in Dunne, Kurki, Smiths eds. Op.Cit. pp. 145-160. Call number: JZ1305 .I565 2016 (NGL-Reserve)

  4. *Devetak R. 2005 “Critical Theory” Chap. Six in Burchill, Linklater, Devetak et al Op.Cit. pp. 137 – 160. Call number: JZ1242 .T48 2001 (NGL-General)

  5. *K. Hutchings 2001 “The Nature of Critique in Critical International Relations Theory” Chap. Five in Jones R. W. ed. Critical Theory and World Politics Boulder: Lynne Rienner pp. 79 – 90. On order

  6. *Linklater A. 2001 “The Changing Contours of Critical International Relations Theory” Chap. Two Op. Cit. pp. 22 – 43. Call number: JZ1242 .T48 2013 (NGL-General)

  7. Cox R. 2001 “The Way Ahead: Towards a New Ontology of World Order” Chap. Three Op.Cit. pp. 45 – 59. On order

  8. *Wyn Jones R. 2001 “Introduction: Locating Critical  International Relations Theory” Op.Cit. pp. 1 – 22. On Order

  9. *Linklater A. 1996 “The Achievements of Critical Theory” Chapter 13 in Smith, Booth, Zalewski eds. International Theory: Positivism and Beyond Cambridge: CUP pp. 279 – 300. Call number: JX1391 .I6394 1996 (NGL-General)

  10. Special Issue of Review of International Studies on Critical Theory in IR, Vol. 33 (1) 2007. Click here (ask library staff for assistance)

  11. *Tooze R. 1990 “Understanding the Global Political Economy: Applying Gramsci” Millennium Vol 19 (2).

  12. *Cox R. 1983 “Gramsci, Hegemony and International Relations: An Essay in Method” Millennium Vol. 12 (2).

  13. Germain R., Kenny M. 1998 “Engaging Gramsci: IR Theory and the New Gramscians” Review of International Studies Vol. 24 (1). Click here  (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  14. Murphy C. 1998 “Understanding IR, understanding Gramsci” Review of International Studies Vol 24 (2).   Click here (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

 

Gender and International Relations

  1. *Tickner J.A. 1992 “Man, the State and War: Gendered Perspectives on National Security” pp.27 – 66 in Tickner Gender in International Relations: Feminist Perspectives on Achieving Global Security New York: Columbia University Press. Click here

  2. *Tickner J.A., Schoberg L. 2016 “Feminism” Chap. Ten in Dunne, Kurki and Smith Op.Cit. pp. 179 – 195. Call number: JZ1305 .I565 2016 (NGL-Reserve)

  3. *Tickner J.A. 2005 “Feminist Perspectives on International Relations” Chap. 14 in Carlsnaes, Risse and Simmons Op.Cit. pp. 275 – 291. Call number: JZ1242 .H36 2013 (NGL-Reserve)

  4. *Shepherd L. 2010 “Gender Matters: Problematising Masculinity and Femininity in Contemporary Global Politics” Chap. 12 in Beeson and Bisley Op.Cit. pp. 177 – 189.  Call number: JZ1305 .I86 2010 (NGL-General)

  5. Peterson V. Spike ed. 1992 Gendered States: Feminist (Re)Visions of International Relations Theory Boulder: Lynne Rienner, various chapters Click here

  6. Marchand M., Sisson Runyan A. eds. 2000 Gender and Global Restructuring: Sightings, Sites and Resistances New York: Routledge. Call number: HQ1161 .G46 2011 (NGL-General; AJL-General)

  7. *Zalewski M. 1995, “Well what is the feminist perspective on Bosnia?” International Affairs Vol. 71 (2) pp. 339 – 356. Click here (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  8. Zalewski M. 2006 “Distracted Reflections on the Production, Narration and Refusal of Feminist Knowledge of International Relations” in Ackerly, Stern and True eds. Feminist Methodologies for International Relations. Call number: JZ1253.2 .F46 2006 (AJL-General)

  9. Zalewski M. 2010 “I don’t even know what Gender is: A discussion of the connections between Gender, Gender Mainstreaming and Feminist Theory” Review of International Studies Vol. 36 (1) pp. 3 – 27. Click here

  10. Whitworth S. 1994 Feminism and International Relations: Towards a Political Economy of Gender in InterState and Non-Governmental Institutions New York: Springer. Call number: HQ1154 .W52 1994 (NGL-General)

  11. *Whitworth S. 2004 Men, Militarism and UN Peace-Keeping: A Gendered Analysis Boulder: Lynne Rienner. Click here

  12. Enloe C. 1989 Making Feminist Sense of International Politics: Bananas, Beaches and Bases Berkeley: U.C. Press. Call number: HQ1236 .E55 2000x (AJL-Reserve)

  13. Sylvester C. 1994 Feminist Theory and International Relations in a PostModern Era Cambridge: CUP. Call number: HQ1190 .S95 1994 (NGL-General; AJL-General)

  14. Steans J. 1998 Gender and International Relations: An Introduction New Brunswick: Rutgers U. Press. Call number: JZ1253.2 .S74 1998 (NGL-General)

  15. *Agosin M. 2001 Women, Gender and Human Rights A Global Perspective, New Brunswick: Rutgers U.P. On order

  16. *Hutchings K. et al 2008, “Roundtable Discussion: Reflections on the Past, Prospects for the Future in Gender and International Relations” Millennium Vol. 37 (1) pp. 153 – 179. Click here

  17. Byron J., Thorburn D. 1998 “Gender and IR: A Global Perspective and Issues for the Caribbean” Feminist Review No. 59 Summer pp. 211 – 232. Click here (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  18. *Hosein G, Parpart J. eds. 2017 Negotiating Gender, Policy and Politics in the Caribbean: Feminist Strategies, Masculinist Resistance and Transformational Possibilities London: Rowman and Littlefield. Click here

  19. Hosein G., Outar LO 2013, “Indo-Caribbean Feminisms: Charting Crossings in Geography, Discourse and Politics” Caribbean Review of Gender Studies Click here

  20.  Antrobus P. 2004 The Global Women’s Movement London: Zed Books. Call number: HQ1121 .A67 2004 (AJL-Reserve/General)

  21. *Jones A. 1996 “Does ‘Gender’ make the world go round? Feminist Critiques of International Relations” Review of International Studies Vol. 22 (4) pp. 405 – 429. Click here

 

Constructivist Thought in International Relations

  1. *Adler E. 1992 “The Emergence of Cooperation: National Epistemological Communities” International Organization 46 (1). Click here

  2. Adler E., Barnett M. 1998 Security Communities, Cambridge: CUP. Click here

  3. *Ruggie J. 1992 “Multilateralism: The Anatomy of an Institution“ International Organization 46 (1). Click here

  4. *Ruggie J. 1998 “What Makes the World Hang Together? Neoutilitarianism and and the Social Constructive Challenge” International Organization 52 (4) Click here (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  5. Ruggie J. 1993 Multilateralism Matters New York: Columbia Univ. Press. On order

  6. *Wendt A. 1992 “Anarchy is what states make of it” International Organization 46 (2). Click here (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  7. *Wendt A. 1987 “The Agent/Structure Problem in IR Theory” IO 41 (3) 1987. Click here

  8. Reus-Smit C. 1998 « Dangerous Liaisons? Crit. IR Theory and Constructivism” European Journal of IR  Vol. 4 (3). Click here

  9. Kratochwil F., Ruggie J. 1986 “International Organization: a State of the Art on an Art of the State” International Organization Vol.40 (4). Click here

  10. Kratochwil F. 1989  Rules, Norms and Decisions Cambridge: CUP.  Call number: JX1245 .K67 1989 (NGL-General)

  11. Kratochwil F. 2000 “Constructing a New Orthodoxy? Wendt’s Social Theory of International Politics and the Constructivist Challenge” Millennium Vol. 29 (1).

  12. *Dessler D. 1999 “Constructivism within a Positivist Social Science” Review of International Studies Vol. 25 (1). Click here (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  13. *Adler E. 1997 “Seizing the Middle Ground: Constructivism in World Politics” European Journal of International Relations Vol. 3 (3). Click here

  14. Guzzini S. 2004 “The Concept of Power: A Constructivist Analysis” Millennium Vol. 33 (3). Call number: JZ1310 .P69 2007 (NGL -General) pp.23

  15. *Hopf T. 1998 “The Promise of Constructivism in International Relations Theory” International Security Vol. 23 (1). Click here

 

N.B. Other readings may be suggested by the Guest Lecturer and will be added to My E-Learning.

 

Ecological Thought in International Relations Theory

  1. *Eckersley R. 2016 “Green Theory” Chap. 14 in Dunne, Kurki and Smith eds. Op. Cit.pp. 259 – 280.  Call number: JZ1305 .I565 2016 (NGL-Reserve)

  2. *Paterson M. 2005 “Green Politics” Chap. 10 in Burchill, Linklater, Devetak et al eds. Op.Cit.pp. 235 – 257.  Call number: JZ1242 .T48 2013 (NGL-General)

  3. *Shiva V. 2015 “Ecological Balance in an Era of Globalization” reprinted in Lechner F. Boli J. eds. Op. Cit.pp. 566 – 574. Call number: HF1359 .G59 2015 (NGL-General)

  4. *Carter N. 2010 “Climate Change and the Politics of the Global Environment” Chap. Three in Beeson M Bisley N. eds. Op. Cit. pp. 52 – 65. Call number: JZ1305 .I86 2010 (NGL-General)

  5. *Laferriere E. Stoett P. 1999 International Relations Theory and Ecological Thought: Towards a Synthesis  selected chapters, London: Routledge. On Order

  6. Vogler J., Imber M. 1996 The Environment and International Relations Chaps 1 – 4, London: Routledge. On order

 

Post-Modernism and Post-Colonial Thought in IR

  1. *Biswas S. 2016 “Postcolonialism” Chap 12 in Dunne, Kurki, Smith Op.Cit. pp. 219 – 235.  Call number: JZ1305 .I565 2016 (NGL-Reserve)

  2. *Devetak R. 2005 “PostModernism” Chap Seven in Burchill, Linklater, Devetak et al Op. Cit. pp. 161 – 185.  Call number: JZ1242 .T48 2013 (NGL-General)

  3. Ashley R. 1987 “The Geopolitics of Geopolitical Space” Alternatives Vol. 12 (4).

  4. Special Issue of International Studies Quarterly Vol. 34 (3) 1990 on Postmodernism.   (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  5. *Munck R. 2000 “Postmodernism, Politics and Paradigms in Latin America” Latin American Perspectives Vol. 27 (4) pp. 11-26. Click here  (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  6. *Biersteker T. 1989 “Critical Reflections on post-Positivism in International Relations” International Studies Quarterly Vol. 33 (3). Click here (Available -Jstor, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

 

Diversity, Dialogue and New Directions in International Relations Theory

  1. *Thomas C., Wilkin P. 2004 “Still Waiting after all these Years: The ‘Third World’ on the Periphery of International Relations” British Journal of International Political Relations Vol. 6 pp.241-258. Click here

  2. *Tickner J.A. 2011, “Dealing with Differences: Problems and Possibilities for Dialogue in International Relations” Millennium Vol. 39 (3) pp. 607 – 618. (Available -Ebscohost, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  3. Mullin C. 2010 “Islamist Challenges to the ‘Liberal Peace’ Discourse: The Case of Hamas and the Israel-Palestine Process” Millennium Vol. 39 (2) pp. 525 – 546.  (Available -Ebscohost, ask the Library Staff how to access it)

  4. *Tickner A., Waever O. 2009 International Relations Scholarship Around the World New York: Routledge, Chap. One “Geocultural Epistemologies” (Tickner and Waever); Chap. Two “Latin America: Still Policy Dependent after all these years?” (Tickner); Chap. Four “Africa: Teacching IR where it’s not supposed to be” (Cirino Hiteng Ofuho); Chap. Six “China: Between Copying and Constructing” (Yiwei Wang); Chap. Seven “Theory and Praxis in International Relations” (Seng Tan); Chap. Eight “South Asia: A Realist Past and Alternative Futures” (Navnita Chadha Bedera); Chap. 18 “Worlding where the World once was” (Tickner and Waever). Call number: JZ1251 .I58 2009 (NGL-General)

  5. *Pasha M.K. 2006 “Liberalism, Islam and International Relations” Chap Three in B. Gruffyd-Jones ed. Decolonizing International Relations Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield. On order

  6. *Chimni B.S. 2006 “Retrieving Other Visions of the Future: Sri Aurobindo and the Idea of Human Unity” Chap. Nine in B. Grufydd-Jones Op. Cit. On order

  7. *Shilliam R. ed. 2011 International Relations and Non-Western Thought: Imperialism, Colonialism and Investigations of Global Modernity  London: Routledge – special mention of Chaps 1&2 (Shilliam); Chap. 4 “Anti-Racism and Emancipation in the Thought and Practice of Cabral, Neto, Mondlane and Machel” (Gruffyd-Jones); Chap. Ten “Alternative Sources of Cosmopolitanism: Nationalism, Universalism and Creolite in Francophone Caribbean Thought” (Munro, Shilliam); Chap. 12 “Radical Anti-colonial Thought. Anti-Colonial Internationalism and the Politics of Human Solidarities” (Bogues). Please note that all chapters of this text are highly relevant and you should seek to peruse them all. Special mention has been made of those chapters which refer to the Caribbean and to the African liberation struggles. Call number: JZ1238.D44 I58 2012 (NGL-General)

  8. *Acharya A., Buzan B. eds. 2010 Non-Western International Relations Theory: Perspectives on and beyond Asia New York: Routledge, Chaps One to Six, Eight to Ten. Call number: JZ1238.A78 N66 2010 (NGL-General)

 

Interview with Robbie Shilliam https://www.e-ir.info/2018/06/14/interview-robbie-shilliam/

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