Symposia

We occasionally run discussion forums on monographs of note. They are collected here for ease of access. You’re very welcome.


Patrick Thaddeus Jackson, The Conduct of Inquiry in International Relations: Philosophy of Social Science and Its Implications for the Study of World Politics (Routledge, 2011)

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Pablo, ‘Demarcation Problems: The Conduct of Inquiry Between Politics and Methodology’

Joe, ‘Freeing the Pluralist Imagination; Or, On The Wisdom of Escaping Weber’s “Iron Cage”‘

Nick, ‘Inference and Scientific Progress in International Relations’

Meera, ‘Of Consensus and Controversy: The Matrix Reloaded’

Patrick Jackson‘Reply One’, ‘Reply Two’, ‘Reply Three’ (all at The Duck of Minerva)

 

 

 


Lauren Wilcox, Bodies of Violence: Theorizing Embodied Subjects in International Relations (Oxford, 2015)

Lauren Wilcox, ‘Theorizing Embodied Subjects in International Relations’

Kevin McSorley, Violence, Norms and Embodiment’

Alison Howell, ‘Bodies, and Violence: Thinking With and Beyond Feminist IR’

Pablo, ‘Bodies, What Matter?’

Antoine, ‘Secular Bodies of Pain and the Posthuman Martial Corps’

Lauren, ‘Theorizing Embodiment and Making Bodies ‘Matter”

 


Megan Daigle, From Cuba With Love: Sex and Money in the Twenty-First Century (California, 2015)

Megan, ‘From Cuba With Love’

Rahul, ‘Love in the Time of El Período Especial’

Dunja Fehimovic, ‘Love, Discomfort and the Language of Tribe’

Nivi, ‘The “Affectual” Jockeys of Havana’

Pablo, ‘Knowing Like a Jinetera’

Megan, ‘Darkness and Light: Revisiting Cuba’

 


 NICK SRNICEK & ALEX WILLIAMS, INVENTING THE FUTURE: POSTCAPITALISM AND A WORLD WITHOUT WORK (Verso, 2015)
Srnicek and Williams Inventing the Future

Nick and Alex Williams, ‘Inventing the Future’

Steven Shaviro, ‘Accelerationism Without Accelerationism’

Joseph Kay, ‘Postcapitalist Ecology: A Comment on Inventing the Future

Sophie Lewis and David M. Bell, ‘(Why We Can’t) Let the Machines Win: A Response to Inventing the Future

Aggie Hirst and Tom Houseman, Pyrrhicc Victories: The Endgames of Accelerationist Efficacy’

Joe, ‘Myths of Invention’

Nick and Alex, ‘Reinventing the Future’


 



ROBERT VITALIS, WHITE WORLD ORDER, BLACK POWER POLITICS: THE BIRTH OF AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (CORNELL, 2015)                 

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Bob Vitalis, ‘White World Order, Black Power Politics: A Symposium’

Naeem Inayatullah, ‘No Less A Scream For It Being Artful’

Nivi, ‘An African-American Social Science: International Relations’

Srdjan, ‘What Is This Thing Called IR? A View from Howard U’

Meera, “But What On Earth Is Whiteness That One Should So Desire It?”

Bob, ‘The Author’s Response’

 


Joe Hoover, RECONSTRUCTING HUMAN RIGHTS: A PRAGMATIST AND PLURALIST INQUIRY IN GLOBAL ETHICS (OXFORD, 2016)

Hoover Reconstructing Human Rights CoverJoe, ‘Reconstructing Human Rights’

Karen Zivi, ‘Human Rights: A Love Story?’

Anthony, ‘Upsetting the Theory: Rights for Housing and Queers’

Kirsten Ainley, ‘Jaw-jaw, War and Law’

Elke, ‘Translating Radical Plurality in Pragmatism: A Paradox?’

Joe, ‘So Much To Say, So Much To Say: A Reply’

 


Cynthia Weber, QUEER INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: SOVEREIGNTY, SEXUALITY AND THE WILL TO KNOWLEDGE (OXFORD, 2016)

Weber Queer IR Cover

Cynthia Weber, ‘Queer International Relations: A Symposium’

Joan Cocks, ‘Queer International Relations (II)’

Antke Engel, ‘Queer International Relations (III)’

Cyril Ghosh, ‘Queer International Relations (IV): Queer as Method

Dianne Otto, ‘Queer International Relations (V)

Cynthia Weber, ‘Sovereignty, Sexuality And The Will To Trump: A Queer IR Analysis And Response’


Ali Bilgiç, TURKEY, POWER AND THE WEST: GENDERED INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS AND FOREIGN POLICY, (I.B. TAURUS, 2016)

Bilgic Turkey Power and the West

Ali Bilgiç, ‘Turkey, Power and the West’

Terrell Carver, ‘The View from Elsewhere Turns the World Inside Out’

Clemens Hoffmann, ‘Turkey, Power and Its Eastern Others’

Aida Hozic, ‘Of Malls and Mosques’

Swati Parashar, ‘Decoding Gender in Turkish Foreign Policy: How Ali Bilgic Gets It Right’

Ali, ‘‘You Are Fired!’ Towards the Hegemony of Neoliberal Hypermasculinity’


Duncan Bell, Reordering the World: Essays on Liberalism and Empire (Princeton University Press, 2016)

Duncan Bell, ‘Symposium: Reordering the World’k10755

Dan Gorman, ‘All Things to All People?: Thoughts on Liberalism and Imperialism’

Inder S. Marwah, Liberalism and Empire, at the Intersection of Theory and History’

Lucian Ashworth, ‘Reordering the World and the Canadian Question’

Kathy Smits, ‘Liberalism In and Out of Time’

Richard Devetak, ‘Historcizing Liberalism and Empire: On Duncan Bell’s Reordering the World’

Duncan Bell, On Uses of Intellectual History: Past and Present in the Critique of Liberalism’


Laust Schouenborg, International Institutions in World History: Divorcing International Relations Theory from the State and Stage Models (Routledge, 2017)

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Laust Schouenborg, ‘My personal genealogy of International Institutions in World History

Erik Ringmar, A New Language for a New World

Cornelia Navari, The Uses of Functionalism

Yale Ferguson, The Whole and Its Parts

Benjamin de Carvalho, The Report of the Death of ‘Polities’ was an Exaggeration: Comments on Laust Schouenborg’s International Institutions in World History

Laust Schouenborg, Reply

 

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