Gramsci, Political Economy, And International Relations Theory

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This book seeks to provide the most comprehensive and sustained engagement and critique of neo-Gramscian analyses available in the literature. In examining neo-Gramscian analyses in IR/IPE, the book engages with two fundamental concerns in international relations: (i) the question of historicity and (ii) the analysis of radical transformation.

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Overview

This book seeks to provide the most comprehensive and sustained engagement and critique of neo-Gramscian analyses available in the literature. In examining neo-Gramscian analyses in IR/IPE, the book engages with two fundamental concerns in international relations: (i) the question of historicity and (ii) the analysis of radical transformation.

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"Alison Ayers has brought together a group of serious scholars to probe some of the most intriguing themes raised by the use of Antonio Gramsci's ideas within IPE and IR theory today. It will need to become required reading for everyone who believes that Gramsci remains relevant today, but that his work also demands a critical engagement if we are to benefit from its use." —Randall Germain, Professor of Political Science, Carleton University

"Gramsci, Political Economy and International Relations Theory is a lively, engaging and thought-provoking set of essays. Ayers and her collaborators take forward the debates raised by the application of Gramsci to International Relations and thus make a valuable contribution to contemporary critical International Relations/International Political Economy scholarship. This is an indispensable text for students of critical IR and critical IPE."— Marc Williams, Professor of International Relations, University of New South Wales.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780230605824
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Publication date: 10/1/2008
  • Pages: 276
  • Product dimensions: 5.60 (w) x 8.30 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Alison Ayers is Assistant Professor of Global Political Economy at Simon Fraser University.

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Table of Contents

Introduction—Alison J. Ayers * PART II: Philosophical and Theoretical Reflections
• Marx’s Politics, Gramsci’s Methods: A Recipe for Neo-Gramscian Confusion—Julian Saurin
• History, Structure and World Orders: The (Cross-) Purposes of Neo-Gramscian Theory—Hannes Lacher
• On the Limits of Neo-Gramscian International Relations: A Scientific Realist Critique of Hegemony—Jonathon Joseph
• The State in Neoliberal Globalization: Reconsidering the Debate between Neo-Gramscian and Open Marxist Approaches—Pinar Bedirhanoglu
• Production, Class and Power in the Neoliberal Transition: A Critique of Coxian Eclecticism—Alfredo Saad Filho and Alison J. Ayers
• PART II: Towards a counter-hegemonic research agenda
• Uncivil Society: Interrogations at the Margins of Neo-Gramscian Theory—Siba N. Grovogui and Lori Leonard
• Returban to the Source: Gramsci, Culture and International Relations—Mustapha Kamal Pasha
• Gender in the Theory and Practice of International Political Economy: The Promise and Problems of Neo-Gramscian Approaches—Jill Steans and Daniela Tepe * Jacobinism: The Ghost in the Gramscian Machine of Counter-Hegemony—Robbie Shilliam
• Beyond les bourgeois conquérants? Counter-Hegemony in Neo-Gramscian Analysis—Alison J. Ayers and Julian Saurin
• ‘Tell No Lies, Claim No Easy Victories’: Possibilities and Contradictions of Emancipatory Struggles in the Current Neo-Colonial Condition—Branwen Gruffydd Jones

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