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Postcolonial international relations

conquest and desire between Asia and the West

by L. H. M. Ling

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Published by Palgrave in Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International relations -- Cross-cultural studies,
  • Postcolonialism,
  • East and West

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 239-262) and index.

    StatementL.H.M. Ling.
    GenreCross-cultural studies.
    SeriesInternational political economy series, International political economy series (Palgrave (Firm))
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJZ1251 .L56 2002
    The Physical Object
    Pagination269 p. :
    Number of Pages269
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3947896M
    ISBN 100333641558
    LC Control Number2001036094

      Abstract. In this chapter, we suggest that bridging post-colonial feminist perspectives and international relations (IR) standpoints can make important contributions to thinking about operations of power and knowledge in Author: Lyndsay M. C. Hayhurst, Lisa McIntosh Sundstrom, Devra Waldman. Postcolonialism (postcolonial theory, postcolonian studies, post-colonial theory) is a specifically postmodern intellectual discourse that consists of reactions to, and analysis of, the cultural legacy of colonialism and imperialism. Postcolonialism is defined in anthropology as the relations between European nations and areas they colonized.

    Postcolonial theory studies the power and the continued dominance of Western ways of intellectual enquiry, the methods of generating knowledge. In the book Orientalism (), Edward Said, conceptually addresses the oppressed subaltern native, to explain how the Eurocentric perspective of Orientalism produced the ideological foundations and justifications Missing: international relations. Postcolonial Encounters in International Relations examines the social and cultural aspects of the political violence that underpinned the French colonial project in the Maghreb, and the multi-layered postcolonial realities that ensued. This book.

    Hook’s book is a very good introduction to the relationship between postcolonial theory and psychology (and psychoanalysis). Drawing on works by Homi Bhabha, Frantz Fanon, and others, Hook analyzes anticolonial, postcolonial, and critical race . Syllabus "Postcolonial Theories of International Relations".


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This book develops a new model of international relations: postcolonial international relations. A hybrid of constructivism and postcolonial theory applied to East Asia's relations with the West, Postcolonial International Relations shows how contending world-orders borrow from, absorb into, problem-solve, and ultimately transform one another after their initial clash/5.

Through the application of a new theory of postcolonial international relations, explores this fundamental question. Cultures clash but they also borrow from, absorb and ultimately transform one another. Such has been the interaction between Asia and the West for the past one hundred and fifty years.

L. Ling’s contribution furthers the debate about the ahistorical character of IR (as well as international political economy) theories introducing “postcolonial IR” as a more inclusive approach and alternative to existing readings of international relations and global order (Ling, ).

Although dominant theories, like (neo-)realism, had been substantially criticized by that time, her contribution added a profound postcolonial critique Author: Jan Wilkens. Introduction. At the heart of postcolonial studies are insights regarding the centrality of colonialism to social, political, and economic relations, representations of the Global South, the Postcolonial international relations book of identities and postcolonial subjectivity, the coeval nature of East-West relations, the ties between knowledge and power, epistemic violence, the importance of provincializing Europe.

A timely intervention, it will be of great interest to students and scholars of international relations, international relations theory and postcolonial scholarship. TABLE OF CONTENTS chapter 1 | 22 pagesCited by: 3. From International Relations to Relations International Postcolonial Essays, 1st Edition.

Edited by Philip Darby. This book brings postcolonial critique directly to bear on established ways of theorizing international relations. Its primary concern is with the non-European world and its relations with the North. Postcolonialism examines how societies, governments and peoples in the formerly colonised regions of the world experience international relations.

The use of ‘post’ by postcolonial scholars by no means suggests that the effects or impacts of colonial rule. Post-Colonial Studies: The Key Concepts is fully updated and cross-referenced additional further reading this book has everything necessary for students and anyone keen to learn more about this fascinating subject.

Bill Ashcroft teaches at the University of Hong Kong and the University of NSW, Gareth Griffiths at the University. Engagements with the postcolonial world by International Relations scholars have grown significantly in recent years.

The Routledge Handbook of Postcolonial Politics provides a solid reference point for understanding and analyzing global politics from a perspective sensitive to the multiple legacies of colonial and imperial rule.

The Handbook introduces and develops cutting Cited by: 4. Postcolonial Theory and International Relations is the first book to provide a comprehensive and accessible survey of What can international relations tell us about postcolonialism.

In recent years, postcolonial perspectives and insights have challenged our conventional understanding of international politics/5(6). The modern discipline of International Relations (IR) is largely an Anglo-American social science.

It has been concerned mainly with the powerful states and actors in the global political economy and dominated by North American and European scholars. However, this focus can be seen as Eurocentrism. Decolonizing International Relations exposes the ways in which IR.

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This article in three parts offers the beginnings of a postcolonial critique of mainstream International Relations (IR). The first part argues that IR, where it has been interested in history at all, has misdescribed the origins and character of the contemporary international order, and that an accurate understanding of the ‘expansion of the international Cited by:   In recent years, postcolonial perspectives and insights have challenged our conventional understanding of international politics.

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Ling No preview available - Bibliographic information. Sanjay Seth is Professor of Politics at Goldsmiths, University of London, where he is also Director of the Centre for Postcolonial Studies. He has written extensively on postcolonial theory, social and political theory, modern Indian history and international relations.

He is a founding co-editor of the international journal “Postcolonial Studies”. Postcolonial Encounters in International Relations examines the social and cultural aspects of the political violence that underpinned the French colonial project in the Maghreb, and the multi-layered postcolonial realities that : Alina Sajed.

The so-called postcolonial criticism has developed this type of double reading. On the one hand, it traces the impact of colonialism on colonial consciousness and culture and on the other it unearths and names the gaze and voice of the colonial other.In recent years, postcolonial perspectives and insights have challenged our conventional understanding of international politics.

Postcolonial Theory and International Relations is the first book to provide a comprehensive and accessible survey of how postcolonialism radically alters our understanding of international relations. In this article I consider what it means to theorise international politics from a postcolonial perspective, understood not as a unified body of thought or a new ‘-ism’ for IR, but as a ‘situated perspective’, where the particular of subjective, embodied experiences are foregrounded rather than erased in the by: