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Advanced Concepts of International Relations Theory

Taking the International Relations canon as read, this course delves into emergent trends and debates in and of relevance to International Relations theory. A range of theoretical interventions is examined in depth, together with questions of epistemology, methodology, ethics, representation, disciplinarity, and more. A strong working knowledge of the main issues, debates, and theoretical traditions of IR is assumed.

POLSCI 771

Advanced Concepts of International Relations Theory

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): Graduate Term(s): Winter Offered?: Yes Language?: No

Taking the International Relations canon as read, this course delves into emergent trends and debates in and of relevance to International Relations theory. A range of theoretical interventions is examined in depth, together with questions of epistemology, methodology, ethics, representation, disciplinarity, and more. A strong working knowledge of the main issues, debates, and theoretical traditions of IR is assumed.