Monthly Archives: October 2019

IR’s ‘Power Couples’

By Dr. Katharina Rietzler When an upstart discipline constructs its own identity, it tends to focus on “great texts” written by scholars whose capacious minds imagined a whole new range of fundamental questions about the world and the human beings

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A question of knowing: thinkers, thought and sources in the history of women’s international thought

By Joanna Wood Review of the workshop ‘Women and the History of International Thought’ held at as part of the Early Career Workshops at the EISA Pan-European Conference 2019, Sofia, Bulgaria When Sarah Dunstan and I first conceived of this

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