Theory & Governance
Dr. Jen Mustapha, Huron College
mONDAYS 9:30-11:30PM EDT (GMT-4)
Pols 3335E - OWL POrtal
Stories of Security-
Empire & Order
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NO ZOOM CLASS during FALL READING WEEK (Nov 02)
Discussion prompts and peer responses continue. You will be doing this in the Padlet, which I have embedded directly into the page here. Let me know if you have any questions. If it is your week, your discussion prompt Qs must be posted by noon on Sunday.
Here is the slide deck from WEEK 5's Research Workshop with Rachel Melis.
*Conflict and Cooperation: Realist and Liberal Approaches
Jervis, R. (1978) "Cooperation under the security dilemma."World politics, 30(2), 167-214.
Brooks, Stephen G (1997) "Duelling realisms." International Organization 51.3: 445-477.
Moravcsik, Andrew (1997) "Taking preferences seriously: A liberal theory of international politics." International organization 51.4. EXCERPT ONLY- Read pages 516 to 528
THE SLIDE DECK FOR WEEK 6 CAN BE FOUND HERE
NO ZOOM CLASS on Fall Reading Week (Nov. 02)
*Making the world: Social Constructivist Approaches
Hopf, T. (1998) "The promise of constructivism in international relations theory" International security, 23(1), 171-200.
Guzzini, S. (2000). "A reconstruction of constructivism in international relations." European Journal of International Relations, 6(2), 147-182.
Wendt, A. (1995) "Constructing international politics." International security 20(1), 71-81
Wendt, A. (1992) "Anarchy is what states make of it: the social construction of power politics" International organization, 46(2), 391-425.
THE SLIDE DECK FOR WEEK 7 CAN BE FOUND HERE