The Critical Concepts in International Relations series draws upon some of the most significant subject matter within the growing field. Feminist International Relations brings together the work of indisputable luminaries in this project, as well as vital research from new generations of scholars. Meanwhile, Critical International Relations traces the subjects early beginnings, examines the methods and methodology involved, and continues through to the most pertinent questions relating to the growing dominance of Critical International Relations.
By Jenny Edkins
July 10, 2014
Critical approaches to International Relations are now central to both current scholarship and contemporary teaching. Indeed, in the last decade or so, serious work that embraces traditions including, among others, the postcolonial, poststructuralist, psychoanalytic, feminist, deconstructive, ...
By Christine Sylvester
December 21, 2010
Feminist International Relations is a new title in the Routledge Major Works series, Critical Concepts in International Relations. Edited by Christine Sylvester, a leading scholar in the field, it is a five-volume collection which brings together the best and most influential cutting-edge and ...
By Theo Farrell
January 20, 2010
Security Studies traces its origins to work on the causes of war. It remains the most significant subdiscipline of International Relations and, at the beginning of the twenty-first century, its concerns with the security of the international system and the individual, as well as the state, remain ...