Wednesday, July 22, 2020

New Issue: International Theory

The latest issue of International Theory (Vol. 12, no. 2, July 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Jack L. Amoureux, Is faster better? Political and ethical framings of pace and space
    • Earl Gammon, Affective neuroscience, emotional regulation, and international relations
    • Miles M. Evers, Just the facts: why norms remain relevant in an age of practice
    • Simon Frankel Pratt, Reification, practice, and the ontological status of social facts
  • Symposium: Anxiety, Fear, and Ontological Security in World Politics
    • Catarina Kinnvall & Jennifer Mitzen, Anxiety, fear, and ontological security in world politics: thinking with and beyond Giddens
    • Bahar Rumelili, Integrating anxiety into international relations theory: Hobbes, existentialism, and ontological security
    • Felix Berenskötter, Anxiety, time, and agency
    • Badredine Arfi, Security qua existential surviving (while becoming otherwise) through performative leaps of faith
    • John Cash, Psychoanalysis, cultures of anarchy, and ontological insecurity
    • Andrew R. Hom & Brent J. Steele, Anxiety, time, and ontological security's third-image potential