Power, Postcolonialism and International Relations: Reading Race, Gender and Class by Chowdhry GeetaPower, Postcolonialism and International Relations: Reading Race, Gender and Class by Chowdhry Geeta

Power, Postcolonialism and International Relations: Reading Race, Gender and Class

EditorChowdhry Geeta, Sheila Nair

Paperback | December 9, 2003

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"Chowdhry and Nair, along with the authors of this volume, make a timely, vital, and deeply necessary intervention in international relations - one that informs theoretically, enriches our knowledge of the world through its narratives, and forces us to confront the differentiated wholeness of our humanity. Readers will want to emulate the skills and sensibilities they offer.."
Naeem Inayatullah, Ithaca College

This work uses postcolonial theory to examine the implications of race, class and gender relations for the structuring or world politics. It addresses further themes central to postcolonial theory, such as the impact of representation on power relations, the relationship between global capital and power and the space for resistance and agency in the context of global power asymmetries.

Title:Power, Postcolonialism and International Relations: Reading Race, Gender and ClassFormat:PaperbackDimensions:340 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.9 inPublished:December 9, 2003Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0415329361

ISBN - 13:9780415329361

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"Chowdhry and Nair, along with the authors of this volume, make a timely, vital, and deeply necessary intervention in international relations - one that informs theoretically, enriches our knowledge of the world through its narratives, and forces us to confront the differentiated wholeness of our humanity. Readers will want to emulate the skills and sensibilities they offer.."
-Naeem Inayatullah, Ithaca College