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"Posthuman Dialogues is a roller coaster ride, full of the bumps, excitement, challenges and explorations brought about by injecting the alien potentialities of the posthuman into the discipline of International Relations. What these potentialities are, how they might work and how they may challenge dominant anthropocentric perspectives and with what consequences is, quite rightly, a matter of debate and exploration. Highly recommended." - David Chandler, Professor of International Relations, University of Westminster.
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Erika Cudworth is Professor of Feminist Animal Studies in the School of Social Sciences, University of East London where she teaches International Relations, researches in the fields of international political theory, critical animal studies and gender and generally thinks about things posthuman. Stephen Hobden - Reader in International Relations in the School of Social Sciences at the University of East London, where he teaches International Relations theory. Emilian Kavalski - Associate Professor of Global Studies at the Institute for Social Justice, Australian Catholic University (Australia).
Introduction - Framing the Posthuman Dialogues in International Relations Erika Cudworth, Stephen Hobden, and Emilian Kavalski Chapter One - Animals and Human Constitution: Greek Lessons, Posthuman Possibilities Caleb J. Basnett Chapter Two - With a Posthuman Touch: International Relations in Dialogue with the Posthuman - A Human Account Carolin Kaltofen Chapter Three - Telling (Hi)stories in the Anthropocene: When Forest Is Multispecies Relation Agata Agnieszka Konczal Chapter Four - Potential of Posthumanist Onto-Epistemology for the Study of International Relations Elina Penttinen Chapter Five - Agency in Posthuman IR: Solving the Problem of Technosocially Mediated Agency Michael Schandorf and Athina Karatzogianni Chapter Six - Posthumanist International Relations and Ecopolitics Sebastien Malette and Peter Stoett Chapter Seven - Worm Politics Eva Meijer Chapter Eight - Fish and International Relations J. Samuel Barkin Chapter Nine - The Posthuman Way of War Erika Cudworth and Stephen Hobden Chapter Ten - Representing Posthumans: Citizenship and the Political Production of Bodies and Technologies John Hultgren Chapter Eleven - Genetically Modified Crops and the Posthuman Politics beyond Borders Marco Bernardini Chapter Twelve - Cyborgs, Control and Transformation: Posthumanist Arms Control and Disarmament Michael Bourne Chapter Thirteen - Non-Lines of Sight: Battlespace Visualization and the Reterritorialization of Martial Vision Ian Roderick Chapter Fourteen - The Excesses of Posthumanism: Some Reflections on `Thinking' as Capacity Jessica Schmidt Epilogue - Beyond the Anthropocentric Partitioning of the World Emilian Kavalski, Stephen Hobden, and Erika Cudworth