special issue of cooperation and conflict, 2022, online first
the international of everything
(Eds. Justin Rosenberg & Benjamin Tallis)
Stemming from the EISA EWIS Workshop on Multiplicity in 2020, a special issue of Cooperation and Conflict on ‘Multiplicity: The International of Everything’ was published in 2022 featuring the following articles
- Justin Rosenberg & Benjamin Tallis – The International of Everything (Introduction)
- Olaf Corry – What’s the point of being a discipline? Four disciplinary strategies and the future of International Relations
- Benjamin Tallis – Kraftwerk and the international ‘re-birth of Germany’: Multiplicity, identity and difference in music and International Relations
- Nicholas Lees – Of Stag Hunts and secret societies: Cooperation, male coalitions and the origins of multiplicity
- Xavier Mathieu – Precarious multiplicity: France, ‘foreign fighters’ and the containment of difference
- More forthcoming in Summer 2022
new publications on multiplicity
- Viacheslav Morozov (2021). ‘Uneven Worlds of Hegemony: towards a discursive ontology of societal multiplicity, International Relations, Online First: https://doi.org/10.1177/00471178211010321
- Alex Hoseason (2021), ‘Recognition, multiplicity and the elusive international’, Journal of International Political Theory, Online First: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/17550882211021438
Special Issue of Globalizations (Vol. 17, 2020)
Multiplicity: common ground for IR?
(Eds. Justin Rosenberg & Milja Kurki
Stemming from the EISA EWIS Workshop on Multiplicity in Groningen in 2018, a special issue of Globalizations on ‘Multiplicity: A New Common Ground for International Theory?’ was published in 2020 featuring the following articles
- Milja Kurki & Justin Rosenberg – Multiplicity: a new common ground for international theory? (Introduction)
- Nicholas Lees – Conflict and the separateness of peoples: investigating the relationship between multiplicity, inequality and war.
- Olaf Corry – Nature and the international: towards a materialist understanding of societal multiplicity.
- Kamran Matin – Deciphering the Modern Janus: societal multiplicity and nation formation.
- Benjamin Tallis – An international politics of Czech architecture; or, reviving the international in international political sociology.
- Justin Rosenberg – Trotsky’s error: multiplicity and the secret origins of revolutionary Marxism.
- Anine Hagemann – Understanding intervention through multiplicity: projection politics in South Sudan.
- Kai Koddenbrock – Hierarchical multiplicity in the international monetary system: from the slave trade to the Franc CFA in West Africa.
- Andrew Davenport – Multiplicity: anarchy in the mirror of sociology.
- Brieg Powel – Whither IR? Multiplicity, relations and the paradox of International Relations.
- Milja Kurki – Multiplicity expanded: IR theories, multiplicity and the potential of trans-disciplinary dialogue.
International Relations in the Prison of Political Science – Justin Rosenberg (2016), International Relations, 30(2): 127-153.https://doi.org/10.1177/0047117816644662
forum on ‘rethinking IR – again, 2017, international relations, 31(1): 68-103.
- Ken Booth, Milja Kurki – Rethinking International Relations – Again.
- David L Blaney, Arlene B Tickner – International Relations in the prison of colonial modernity.
- Laura J Shepherd – Whose International is it anyway? Women’s peace activists as International Relations theorists.
- Patrick Thaddeus Jackson – Out of one prison into another? Comments on Rosenberg.
- Stephen G Brooks – Distinguishing a minimalist role for grand theorizing.
- Justin Rosenberg – The elusive international.
Forum on ‘International Relations in the Prison of Political Science 2018, International Relations, 32(2): 240-251.
- Milja Kurki & Ken Booth – Responses to Rosenberg & Rethinking IR – Again
- Benjamin Tallis – Rosenberg’s IR Jailbreak: Commentary of the Best Kind
- Nathan Alexander Sears – Multiplicity Within and Between
- Olaf Corry – Societies are not the only source of Multiplicity
- Hannes Peltonen – A Prison Break Into the Past
- Alex Prichard – Anarchy, Anarchism and Multiplicity
- Brieg Powel – Deepening Multiplicity
- Justin Rosenberg – IR 101
forum: multiplicity and/as international relations in new perspectives vol 27(3) (2019).
- Justin Rosenberg – Multiplicity: What’s the Big Deal?
- Cameron G. Thies – Multiplicity and Foreign Policy Analysis
- Catarina Kinnvall – Multiplicity, Discipline and the Political
- Alena Drieschova – The Multiplicity Straightjacket
- Anatoly Reshetnikov – Multiplicity All Around: In Defence of Nomadic IR and its New Destination
- Benjamin Tallis – Multiplicity: Taking Responsibility for the International
forum on multiplicity in Zeitschrift für internationale beziehungen (in german) (2019)
- Thomas Diez – Abhängige oder Vorreiterin? Zur Rolle der Internationalen Beziehungen in den Sozialwissenschaften
- Justin Rosenberg – Internationale Beziehungen und die Konsequenzen der Multiplizität
- Anja P. Jakobi – Internationale Beziehungen – Disziplin, Sub-Disziplin oder vanity project?
- Mathias Albert – Von Ausbruchsversuchen.
- Antje Wiener – Multiplizität als Alleinstellungsmerkmal.