International Relations in the Anthropocene
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This textbook introduces advanced students of International Relations (and beyond) to the ways in which the advent of, and reflections on, the Anthropocene impact on the study of global politics and the disciplinary foundations of IR. The book contains 24 chapters, authored by senior academics as well as early career scholars, and is divided into four parts, detailing, respectively, why the Anthropocene is of importance to IR, challenges to traditional approaches to security, the question of governance and agency in the Anthropocene, and new methods and approaches, going beyond the human/nature divide.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This textbook introduces advanced students of International Relations (and beyond) to the ways in which the advent of, and reflections on, the Anthropocene impact on the study of global politics and the disciplinary foundations of IR. The book contains 24 chapters, authored by senior academics as well as early career scholars, and is divided into four parts, detailing, respectively, why the Anthropocene is of importance to IR, challenges to traditional approaches to security, the question of governance and agency in the Anthropocene, and new methods and approaches, going beyond the human/nature divide.

Autorenporträt
David Chandler is Professor of International Relations at the University of Westminster, UK. Franziska Müller is Assistant Professor for Globalization and Climate Governance at the University of Hamburg, Germany.Delf Rothe is Researcher and Principal Investigator of the DFG-funded research project 'The Knowledge Politics of Security in the Anthropocene', Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy, University of Hamburg, Germany.
Inhaltsangabe
Introduction: The Anthropocene and International RelationsDelf Rothe, Franziska Müller and David Chandler Part One: The Anthropocene: From the Global to the Planetary Introduction Towards a Politics for the Earth: Rethinking IR in the AnthropoceneJoana Castro Pereira  Encounters with System Sciences: Planetary Boundaries and Hothouse EarthJudith Hardt The Nuclear origins of the AnthropoceneRens van Munster Decolonizing the Anthropocene Cheryl McEwan Geoengineering: A New Arena of International PoliticsOlaf Corry and Nikolaj Kornbech Genealogies of the Anthropocene and How to Study ThemDelf Rothe and Ann-Kathrin Benner Part Two: The Challenge of Security Introduction Environmental Security and the Geopolitics of the AnthropoceneSimon Dalby Security in the AnthropoceneMaria Julia Trombetta Security through Resilience: Contemporary Challenges in the Anthropocene David Chandler Protecting the vulnerable: Towards an ecological approach of securityMatt McDonald Caring with the world: security in the AnthropoceneCameron Harrington Part Three: Governance and AgencyIntroduction Posthuman International Relations: Complexity, Ecology and Global PoliticsErika Cudworth and Steve Hobden Agency in More-than-Human, Queerfeminist and Decolonial PerspectivesFranziska Müller The Asia-Pacific in the AnthropoceneDahlia Simangan Democracy and Governance in the AnthropoceneAysem Mert Environmental Governance in the Anthropocene: Transforming Institutions, Ideas and Norms of SustainabilityBasil Bornemann Part Four: Methods and Approaches: Beyond the Human/Nature Divide Introduction Collaging and Composition as MethodAnna Leander Knowing of ontologies: map-making to 'see' worlds of relationsCaitlin Ryan Spatializing the Environmental ApocalypseSuvi Alt Weather as a methodHarshavardhan Bhat Anthropocene and science-fiction-cinemaIsabella Hermann Experimentation in the Anthropocene: doing the city differentlyStephanie Wakefield