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Gramsci, political economy, and international relations theory : modern princes and naked emperors / edited by Alison J. Ayers.

Contributor(s): Ayers, Alison J.
Call number: JZ1305 G73 2008 Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Palgrave Macmillan, c2008Edition: 1st ed.Description: xv, 258 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 0230605826 ; 9780230605824Subject(s): Gramsci, Antonio, 1891-1937 | International relations -- Philosophy | Globalization -- Philosophy | Historical materialism | Politics and culture
Contents:
Introduction / Alison J. Ayers -- Philosophical and theoretical reflections -- The formation of Neo-Gramscians in international relations and international political economy: neither Gramsci nor Marx / Julian Saurin -- History, structure, and world orders: on the (cross-) purposes of Neo-Gramscian theory / Hannes Lacher -- On the limits of Neo-Gramscian international relations: a scientific realist account of hegemony / Jonathon Joseph -- The state in neoliberal globalization: the merits and limits of Coxian conceptions / Pinar Bedirhanoglu -- Production, class, and power in the neoliberal transition: a critique of Coxian eclecticism / Alfredo Saad-Filho and Alison J. Ayers -- Toward a counter-hegemonic research agenda -- Gender in the theory and practice of international political economy: the promise and limitations of Neo-Gramscian approaches / Jill Steans and Daniela Tepe -- Return to the source: Gramsci, culture, and international relations / Mustapha Kamal Pasha -- Uncivil society: interrogations at the margins of Neo-Gramscian theory / Siba N. Grovogui and Lori Leonard -- Jacobinism: the ghost in the Gramscian machine of counter-hegemony / Robbie Shilliam -- "Tell no lies, claim no easy victories": possibilities and contradictions of emancipatory struggles in the current neocolonial condition / Branwen Gruffydd Jones.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [229]-250) and index.

Introduction / Alison J. Ayers -- Philosophical and theoretical reflections -- The formation of Neo-Gramscians in international relations and international political economy: neither Gramsci nor Marx / Julian Saurin -- History, structure, and world orders: on the (cross-) purposes of Neo-Gramscian theory / Hannes Lacher -- On the limits of Neo-Gramscian international relations: a scientific realist account of hegemony / Jonathon Joseph -- The state in neoliberal globalization: the merits and limits of Coxian conceptions / Pinar Bedirhanoglu -- Production, class, and power in the neoliberal transition: a critique of Coxian eclecticism / Alfredo Saad-Filho and Alison J. Ayers -- Toward a counter-hegemonic research agenda -- Gender in the theory and practice of international political economy: the promise and limitations of Neo-Gramscian approaches / Jill Steans and Daniela Tepe -- Return to the source: Gramsci, culture, and international relations / Mustapha Kamal Pasha -- Uncivil society: interrogations at the margins of Neo-Gramscian theory / Siba N. Grovogui and Lori Leonard -- Jacobinism: the ghost in the Gramscian machine of counter-hegemony / Robbie Shilliam -- "Tell no lies, claim no easy victories": possibilities and contradictions of emancipatory struggles in the current neocolonial condition / Branwen Gruffydd Jones.

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