J.P. Singh is Professor of International Commerce and Policy at Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University, USA.
Madeline Carr is Associate Professor of International Relations and Cyber Security at University College London, UK.
Renée Marlin-Bennett is Professor of Political Science at Johns Hopkins University, USA.
1. Science, Technology, and Art in International Relations: Origins and Prospects
PART I: Foundations of STAIR Scholarship
2. A Role for Phenomenology in IR Scholarship
3. How to Discomfort a Worldview?: Social Sciences, Surveillance Technologies, and Defamiliarization
Rocco Bellanova and Ann Rudinow Sætnan
4. World-Viewing as World-Making: Feminist Technoscience, International Relations, and the Aesthetics of the Anthropocene
5. Emerging Science and Technologies: Diplomacy, Security, and Governance
Margaret E. Kosal
6. Constructed ‘Cyber’ Realities & International Relations Theory
7. Constructing an Inventive Order of Rights: The Geopolitics of Island-Building in Transnational Waters
8. IR’s Constitutive Absence and the Promise of STAIR
PART II: Sites and Demonstrations in STAIR Scholarship
9. "The heart is a pump. Or is it?": The Politics of Biomedicine, the Objectivity of Science, and the Way We Know the World
10. Thinking through the Science, Technology, and Art of Medicine: An Agenda for International Relations
11. Oceanic Artscapes and International Relations
12. From the Globe to the Germ, and Back
13. Science in the International Political Economy
David J Hornsby
14. Creativity as a Worldview: Power in Collaborative Practices
PART III: Reflexivity in STAIR: Social Context and Ethics for the Future
15. Reflexivity and Political Analysis: If Everything is Socially Constructed, How Can we Construct Theories?
Peter M. Haas
16. Art and Agency: Alternative Spaces for Subaltern Voices
17. Cookbooks, Politics, and Culture
Ilan Zvi Baron
18. Human/Nonhuman Assemblages in STAIR: Understanding Distributed Agency in International Relations
Kathleen P. J. Brennan
19. Resistance to a Worldview