Time, Temporality and Global Politics by Andrew HomTime, Temporality and Global Politics by Andrew Hom

Time, Temporality and Global Politics

EditorAndrew Hom, Liam Stockdale, Christopher McIntosh

Paperback | July 7, 2016

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International Relations scholars have traditionally expressed little direct interest in addressing time and temporality. Yet, assumptions about temporality are at the core of many theories of world politics and time is a crucial component of the human condition and our social reality. Today, a small but emerging strand of literature has emerged to meet questions concerning time and temporality and its relationship to International Relations head on. This volume provides a platform to continue this work.

The chapters in this book address subjects such as identity, terrorism, war, gender relations, global ethics and governance in order to demonstrate how focusing on the temporal aspects of such phenomena can enhance our understanding of the world.

Contributors: Andrew Hom, Christopher McIntosh, Liam Stockdale, Alasdair McKay, Shahzad Bashir, Kevin K. Birth, Valerie Bryson, Kathryn Marie Fisher, Robert Hassan, Caroline Holmqvist, Kimberly Hutchings, Tim Luecke, Tom Lundborg, Tim Stevens and Ty Solomon.

Andrew Hom is a postdoctoral fellow in Politics at the University of Glasgow's School of Social and Political Sciences, researching the temporality of victory in war. His research interests include timing and time, security, international theory, the vocation of IR, and philosophies of social science. Previously, he taught at the Unive...
Title:Time, Temporality and Global PoliticsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:218 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.46 inPublished:July 7, 2016Publisher:E-International RelationsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1910814156

ISBN - 13:9781910814154

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