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GEOG2020
Module Reading List

Political and Development Geographies, 2017/18, Semester 1, 2
Dr Martin Purvis
m.c.purvis@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

Some overarching text books

Heywood A (2014) Global Politics, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan (available as an e-book)

Jones, M; Jones, R; Woods, M; Whitehead, M; Dixon, D; and Hannah, M. (2015) An introduction to political geography : space, place and politics (2nd edition), Abingdon: Routledge.

Painter J & Jeffrey A (2009) Political geography : an introduction to space and power. 2nd edition. London: Sage.

 

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Week 1: Introduction

Key readings

Nye J S (2011) The future of power ISBN: 9781586488918 (hbk.) : No price; 1586488910 (hbk.) : No price – especially Part 1 Types of Power – chapters on military power, economic power and soft power (available as e-book)

 Painter J & Jeffrey A (2009) Political geography : an introduction to space and power. 2nd edition. London: Sage. Chapter 1, p.4-18.

Jones, M; Jones, R; Woods, M; Whitehead, M; Dixon, D; and Hannah, M. (2015) An introduction to political geography : space, place and politics (2nd edition), Abingdon: Routledge. Chpt 1 Introduction: power, space and 'political geography'

Further reading

Dalby, S. (2010) ‘Recontextualising violence, power and nature: The next twenty years of critical geopolitics’, Political Geography 29:280–88.

Haynes, J (2002) Politics in the developing world : a concise introduction. London: Blackwells.

Ó Tuathail, G and Dalby, S (1998) ‘Introduction: Rethinking Geopolitics: Towards a Critical Geopolitics’ in G Ó Tuathail and S. Dalby (eds.) Rethinking geopolitics (ch 1) Available as an Online Course reading in the VLE

Walton C D (2007) Geopolitics and the great powers in the twenty-first century : multipolarity and the revolution in strategic perspective ISBN: 9780415358538 (hbk. : alk. paper); 0415358531 (hbk. : alk. paper); 9780203004739 (ebk.); 0203004736 (ebk.) (available as e-book)

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Block I: States and the development of the world

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Week 2: Enlightenment and modernity

Key readings

Linehan D (2009) “Modernity”. In Kitchin R & Thrift N (eds) International encyclopedia of human geography pp157-63

Ogborn M (2005) “Modernity and modernization”. In Cloke P, Crang P & Goodwin M (eds) Introducing Human Geographies (2nd edition) pp 339-49.

Further reading

Agnew J A (2003) Geopolitics: Re-visioning World Politics (2nd edition) – Chapter 3 “Turning time into space” Berman M (1983) All That Is Solid Melts Into Air: The Experience of Modernity – especially Chapter 1 “Introduction – modernity: yesterday, today and tomorrow”

Brayshay M (2009) “Capitalism and the division of labour”. In Kitchin R & Thrift N (eds) International encyclopedia of human geography pp 390-401

Bush B (2006) Imperialism and postcolonialism – Chapter 3 “Imperialism and modernity” especially pp 77-100

Daniels P, Bradshaw M, Shaw D & Sidaway J (eds) (2012) An Introduction to Human Geography (4th edition) - Chapter 1 “Pre-capitalist worlds”; Chapter 2 “The rise and spread of capitalism”

Gregory D et al (eds) (2009) Dictionary of Human Geography (5th edition) -entries on “Modernity”, “Postmodernity” and “Postmodernism”

Nash C (2000) “Historical geographies of modernity”. In Graham, B & Nash, C (eds) Modern historical geographies pp 13-40. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Ogborn M (1998) Spaces of modernity : London's geographies, 1680-1780, – Chapter 1 “Spaces of modernity” Available as an Online Course reading in the VLE

Short J R (2012) Globalization, modernity, and the city – Chapter 3 “Metropolitan modernities” – especially pp 53-66 and 74-84

Withers C W J (2009) “Enlightenment geography”. In Kitchin R & Thrift N (eds) International encyclopedia of human geography pp 471-86

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Week 3: The origins of the modern state

Key readings

Agnew J A (2003) Geopolitics: Re-visioning World Politics (2nd edition) – Chapter 4 “A world of territorial states”

Jones M (2009) “State” In Kitchin R & Thrift N (eds) (2009) International encyclopedia of human geography pp 409-15

Jones, M; Jones, R; Woods, M; Whitehead, M; Dixon, D; and Hannah, M. (2015) An introduction to political geography : space, place and politics (2nd edition), Abingdon: Routledge. Chpt 2 States and territories; Chpt 3 The state's changing forms and functions

Further reading

Blacksell M (2006) Political Geography – Chapter 3 “The idea of the state”

Flint C & Taylor P J (2011) Political Geography: World Economy, Nation-State and Locality (6th edition) – Chapter 4 “Territorial states”

Gunn S, Grummitt D & Cools H (2008) “War and the state in early modern Europe: widening the debate”, War in history. 15: 371-88

Le Galès P (2002) European cities : social conflicts and governance – Chapter 2 “The long history of the European city” – especially pp 40-52 Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Painter J & Jeffrey A (2009) Political geography : an introduction to space and power – Chapter 2 “State formation” – especially pp 30-38

Spruyt H (2002) “The origins, development, and possible decline of the modern state”, Annual review of political science. 5: 127-49 – especially pp 129-40

Tilly C (ed) (1975) The Formation of National States in Western Europe – especially Chapter 1 “Reflections on the history of European state-making” and Chapter 9 “Western state-making and theories of political transformation”

Tilly C (1989) “The geography of European state-making and capitalism since 1500”. In Genovese E D & Hochberg L (eds) Geographic perspectives in history, pp 158-81 Available as an Online Course reading in the VLE

Tilly C (1989) “Cities and states in Europe, 1000-1800”, Theory and society. 18: 563-84

Tilly C (1990) Coercion, capital, and European states, AD 990-1990, – especially Chapter 1 “Cities and states in world history”; Chapter 2 “European cities and states”; Chapter 3 “How wars made states, and vice versa” Chapter 3 Available as an Online Course reading in the VLE

Tilly C (1993) European revolutions, 1492-1992 – Chapter 2 “Transformations of Europe” – especially pp 21-35 Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

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Week 4: Imperialism and colonialism

Key readings

Agnew J A (2003) Geopolitics: Re-visioning World Politics (2nd edition) – Chapter 5 “The three ages of geopolitics” – especially pp 85-101

Jones, M; Jones, R; Woods, M; Whitehead, M; Dixon, D; and Hannah, M. (2015) An introduction to political geography : space, place and politics (2nd edition), Abingdon: Routledge. Chpt 8 Geographies of empire

Power M (2009) “Empire”. In Kitchin R & Thrift N (eds) International Encyclopaedia of Human Geography pp 453-63

Further reading

Bush B (2006) Imperialism and postcolonialism – Chapter 1 “Untangling imperialism: comparisons over time and space”; Chapter 2 “Untangling imperialism: theories, concepts and historiography” especially pp 43-62

Curtin, P D (2000) The world and the West : the European challenge and the overseas response in the age of empire – Chapter 1 “The pattern of empire”; Chapter 2 “Technology and power”; Chapter 3 “The politics of imperialism”

Flint C & Taylor P J (2011) Political Geography: World-Economy, (6th edition) – Chapter 3 “Geography of imperialisms”

Harris C (2004) “How did colonialism dispossess? Comments from an edge of empire” Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 94 (1): 165-182

Held D et al (1999) Global transformations : politics, economics and culture – Chapter 1 “The territorial state and global politics” – pp 32-49 Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Howe S (2002) Empire: A Very Short Introduction – Chapters 1-5 Kitchin R & Thrift N (eds) (2009) International Encyclopaedia of Human Geography: Lester A, “Colonialism I” pp 175-81; Atkinson D, “Colonialism II” pp 182-88

Lester A (2000) “Historical geographies of imperialism”. In Graham, B & Nash, C (eds) Modern historical geographies pp 100-20.

Lester A (2002) “Constructing colonial discourse: Britain, South Africa and the empire in the 19thC”. In Blunt A & McEwan C (eds) Postcolonial geographies pp 29-45

Painter J & Jeffrey A (2009) Political geography : an introduction to space and power – Chapter 8 “Imperialism and postcolonialism”

Sharp J (2009) Geographies of Postcolonialism: Spaces of Power and Representation – Part 1 “Colonialisms” Steinmetz G (2005) “Return to empire: the new US imperialism in comparative historical perspective” Sociological theory. 23(4): 339-67

Wolfe P (2006) “Settler colonialism and the elimination of the native” Journal of genocide research. 8(4): 387-409

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Week 5: American empire - political and economic

Key readings

Duménil G and Lévy D (2004) “The economics of US imperialism at the turn of the 21st century” Review of international political economy. 11(4): 657-76

Lindsay J M (2011) George W. Bush, Barack Obama and the future of US global leadership, International affairs. ISSN: 0020-5850 87(4): 765-779

Nye J S (2011) The future of power ISBN: 9781586488918 (hbk.) : No price; 1586488910 (hbk.) : No price – Chapter 6 Power transition: the question of American decline (available as an e-book)

Further reading

Abrams E (2017) Trump the traditionalist: a surprisingly standard foreign policy, Foreign affairs. ISSN: 0015-7120 96(4): 10-16

Bacevich A J (ed) (2013) The short American century : a postmortem ISBN: 9780674725690 (pbk.); 0674725697 (pbk.)

Birdsall N & Fukuyama F (2011) “The post-Washington Consensus: development after the crisis” Foreign affairs. 90(2): 45-53

Brooks S G and Wohlforth W C (2016) The once and future superpower: why China won’t overtake the United States, Foreign affairs 96(3): 91-104

Cha T (2016) The return of Jacksonianism: the international implications of the Trump phenomenon, The Washington quarterly. ISSN: 0163-660X; 1530-9177 39(4): 83-97

Clarke M and Ricketts A (2017) Did Obama have a grand strategy? The journal of strategic studies. ISSN: 0140-2390 40(1-2): 295-324

de Grazia V (2009) Irresistible empire : America's advance through twentieth-century Europe ISBN: 0674022343 (pbk.) : £12.95; 9780674022348 (pbk.) : £12.95

Foreign Affairs (2017) Special Issue: Trump time, Foreign affairs 96(2) – useful papers on US relations with Russia, China, the Middle East, North Korea, plus policy on terrorism, and the implications of Trump’s presidency for the world order

Haas R N (2017) Where to go from here: rebooting American foreign policy, Foreign affairs 96(4): 2-9

Harvey D (2005) The New Imperialism – especially (but not only) Chapter 2 “How America’s power grew”

Ikenberry J (2017) The plot against American foreign policy: can the liberal order survive? Foreign affairs 96(3) 2-9

Kim D H (2004) “Empire’s entrails and the imperial geography of ‘Amerasia’” City : analysis of urban trends, culture, theory, policy, action. 8(1): 57-88

Long T (2016) The United States and Latin America: the overstated decline of a superpower, Latin Americanist ISSN: 1557-2021 60(4): 497-524

Nye J S (2017) Will the liberal order survive? The history of an idea, Foreign affairs 96(1): 10-16

Slater D (1999) “Locating the American century: themes for a post-colonial perspective”. In Slater D & Taylor P J (eds) The American century : consensus and coercion in the projection of American power pp 17-31

Smith T (2012) America's Mission: the United States and the Worldwide Struggle for Democracy (available as an e-book)

Taylor P J (1999) “Locating the American century: a world systems analysis”. In Slater D & Taylor P J (eds) The American century : consensus and coercion in the projection of American power pp 1-16

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Week 7: Russia and the West - a state of mutual incomprehension?

Key readins

Götz E (2015) It's geopolitics, stupid: explaining Russia's Ukraine policy, Global Affairs 1(1): 3-10 OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 13/09/2017) 

Lukyanov F (2016) Putin’s foreign policy: the quest to restore Russia’s rightful place, Foreign affairs 95(3): 30-37

Further reading

Ademmer E, Delcour L and Wolczuk K (2016) Beyond geopolitics: exploring the impact of the EU and Russia in the “contested neighbourhood”, Eurasian geography and economics. ISSN: 1538-7216 57(1): 1-18

Alekseyeva A (2014) Sochi 2014 and the rhetoric of a new Russia: image construction through mega-events, East European politics. ISSN: 2159-9165; 2159-9173 30(2): 158-174

Breedlove P M (2016) NATO’s next act: how to handle Russia and other threats, Foreign affairs 96(4): 96-105

Dannreuther R (2016) EU-Russia energy relations in context, Geopolitics. ISSN: 1465-0045; 1557-3028 21(4): 913-921

Davis C M (2016) The Ukraine conflict, economic-military power balances and economic sanctions, Post-Communist economies. ISSN: 1463-1377 28(2): 167-198

Feklyunina V (2016) Soft power and identity: Russia, Ukraine and the “Russian world(s)”, European journal of international relations. ISSN: 1354-0661 22(4): 773-796

Foreign Affairs (2016) Special Issue: Putin’s Russia, Foreign affairs 95(3) – see especially (but not only): Kotkin S, Russia’s perpetual geopolitics: Putin returns to the historical pattern (pp 2-9); Trenin D, The revival of the Russian military: how Moscow reloaded (pp 23-29); Treisman D, Why Putin took Crimea: the gambler in the Kremlin (pp 47-55)

Larrabee S F (2010) Russia, Ukraine and Central Europe: the return of geopolitics, Journal of international affairs. ISSN: 0022-197X 63(2): 33-52

Nitoiu C (2016) Towards conflict or co-operation? The Ukraine crisis and EU-Russia relations, Southeast European and Black Sea studies. ISSN: 1468-3857; 1743-9639 16(3): 375-390

O’Loughlin J, Toal G and Kolosov V (2016) Who identifies with the “Russian World”? Geopolitical attitudes in south-eastern Ukraine, Crimea, Abkhazia, South Ossetia, and Transnistria, Eurasian geography and economics. ISSN: 1538-7216 57(6): 745-778

Roberts K (2017) Understanding Putin: the politics of identity and geopolitics in Russian foreign policy discourse, International journal. ISSN: 0020-7020 72(1): 28-55

Rumer E, Sokolsky R and Weiss A S (2017) Trump and Russia: the right way to manage relations, Foreign affairs 96(2): 12-19

Toal G (2017) Near abroad : Putin, the West and the contest over Ukraine and the Caucasus ISBN: 9780190253301 (hardback); 9780190253325 (epub); 9780190253318 (ebook) (available as an e-book)

Tsygankov A P (2015) Vladimir Putin's last stand: the sources of Russia's Ukraine policy, Post-Soviet affairs. ISSN: 1060-586X; 1938-2855 31(4): 279-303

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Weeks 8 & 9: European political geographies

Key readings

Bachmann V and Sidaway J D (2016) Brexit geopolitics, Geoforum. ISSN: 0016-7185 77:47-50

Mamadough V & Van der Wusten H (2011) Financial, monetary and governance crisis: an outlook on the Euro(zone) Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie = Journal of economic and social geography. 102(1): 111-18

McCormick J (2010) Europeanism [electronic resource] – Chapter 2 “The redefinition of Europe”

Further reading

Auer S (2010) ‘New Europe’: between cosmopolitan dreams and nationalist nightmares Journal of Common Market Studies. 48(5): 1163-84

Auer S (2012) “Europe between reckless optimism and reckless despair” Policy 28(1): 19-23

Bachmann, V. and Sidaway, J.D. (2009) ‘Zivilmacht Europa: a critical geopolitics of the European Union as a global power’, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 34, pp. 94-109.

Bialasiewicz, Luiza (2011) Europe in the world : EU geopolitics and the making of European space, London: Ashgate

Cram L (2009) Identity and European integration: diversity as a source of integration, Nations and nationalism. 15(1): 109-28

Dedman, M J (2009) The Origins and Development of the European Union , 1945-2008. A History of European Integration

Diez T (2004) Europe's others and the return of geopolitics, Cambridge Review of International Affairs 17(2): 319-335

Dinan, D (ed) (2005) Ever Closer Union: An Introduction to European Integration – especially Part 1

Financial Times (2017) The time for German leadership has arrived, The financial times. ISSN: 0307-1766 10 March

Fligstein N, Polyakova A and Sandholtz W (2012) “Europe integration, nationalism and European identity” Journal of Common Market Studies. 50(S1) 106-22

Grygiel J (2016) The return of Europe’s nation-states: the upside to the EU’s crisis, Foreign Affairs 95(5): 94-101

Hastings Dunn D and Webber M (2016) The UK, the European Union and NATO: Brexit’s unintended consequences, Global Affairs 2(5): 471-480 Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Heffernan, M (1998) The meaning of Europe : geography and geopolitics – Chapter 4 “The European ideal? United in division. divided in unity” Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Hix S (2011) “Where is the EU going? Collapse, fiscal union, a supersized Switzerland or a new democratic politics” Public policy research. 18(2) pp 81-87

Kuus, M. (2009) ‘Europe’ in R. Kitchin and N Thrift (eds.) International encyclopedia of human geography, London: Elsevier. (Available online via the library – click browse articles by title on the encyclopedia homepage for easy access to the articles).

Matthijs M (2016) The three faces of German leadership, Survival 58(2): 135-154

McGarry J & Keating M (eds) (2006) European integration and the nationalities question – especially Chapter 2 “Europe, the state and the nation”

Moravcsik A (2016) Europe’s ugly future: muddling through austerity, Foreign affairs 95(6): 139-146

Oliver T (2016) Goodbye Britannia? The international implications of Britain’s vote to leave the EU, Geopolitics, History and International Relations 8(2): 214-233 (http://eprints.lse.ac.uk/67631/1/Oliver_Goodbye_Britannia.pdf)

Oliver T and Williams M J (2016) Special relationships in flux: Brexit and the future of the US-EU and US-UK relationships, International affairs. 92(3): 547-567

Schmidt V A (2009) Re-envisioning the European Union: identity, democracy, economy Journal of Common Market Studies. 47(S1): 17-42

Scott J W (2005) The EU and ‘wider Europe’: toward an alternative geopolitics of regional co-operation? Geopolitics. ISSN: 1465-0045; 1557-3028 10(3): 429-454

Sidaway, J (2006) On the nature of the beast: re-charting the political geography of the European Union, Geografiska Annaler. Series B, Human geography. 88(1): 1-14

Steinmeier F-W (2016) Germany’s new global role: Berlin steps up, Foreign affairs 95(4): 106-113

Stevens, A (2006) ‘United in its diversity’ Ever closer union and the European dimension. In Sakwa, R and Stevens, A (eds) Contemporary Europe Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva

Taylor P G (2008) The end of European integration : anti-Europeanism examined – especially (but not only) Chapter 2 “The case against Europe”; Chapter 4 “The challenge to EU governance”

Tsoukalis L (2011) “The shattering of illusions – and what next? ” Journal of Common Market Studies 49 (Annual Review) 19-44

van der Wusten, H (2000) New Europe: a political geography of fragmented unity, GeoJournal. 52(2): 87-92

von Weitershausen I (2016) German leadership between change and continuity: reflections on the possible effects of Brexit, Global Affairs 2(5): 513-520 OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 13/09/2017) 

Wilson, K & van der Dussen, J (eds) (1995) The history of the idea of Europe – “Europe since 1945: crisis to renewal”

Woods N (2016) The European disunion: how the continent lost its way, Foreign affairs 95(1): 160-165

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Week 10: China - a new superpower?

 Key readings

Blanchard, J-M F and Flint C (2017) The geopolitics of China’s Maritime Silk Road initiative, Geopolitics. ISSN: 1465-0045; 1557-3028 22(2): 223-245

Ghemawat P and Hout T (2016) Can China’s companies conquer the world? The overlooked importance of corporate power, Foreign affairs 95(2): 86-98

Further reading

African Studies Quarterly (2016) Special Issue: China-Africa Relations: Political and Economic Engagement and Media Strategies, African studies quarterly [electronic resource]. ISSN: 1093-2658 16(3-4) (http://asq.africa.ufl.edu/previous-issues/volume-16/issue-3-4/)

Chen, H (2016) China’s “One Belt, One Road” initiative and its implications for Sino-African investment relations, Transnational Corporations Review 8(3): 178-182 Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Fallon T (2015) The New Silk Road: Xi Jinping’s grand strategy for Eurasia, American Foreign Policy Interests ISSN: 1080-3920 37: 140-147

Goldman Sachs (2003). Dreaming with BRICs: The Path to 2050. Global Economics Paper No. 99. Available at: http://www.goldmansachs.com/our-thinking/archive/archive-pdfs/brics-dream.pdf

International Affairs (2016) Special Issue: Chinese foreign policy on trial: contending perspectives? International affairs. 92(4) – especially (but not only) articles on a “new type of Great Power relations”; China and its neighbourhood; China and the USA; “One Belt, One Road”; China and the EU

 Rolland N (2017) China’s “Belt and Road Initiative”: underwhelming or game-changer? The Washington quarterly. ISSN: 0163-660X; 1530-9177 40(1): 127-142

Schürer, W. (2005) ‘A Geopolitical and Geo-Economic Overview: On the Rise of China and India as Two Asian Giants’, Fletcher Forum of World Affairs, 29, pp. 145-164.

Shambaugh D (2013) China Goes Global: The Partial Power (available as an e-book)

 Stahl A K (2016) China’s relations with Sub-Saharan Africa, Instituto Affari Internazionale Working Paper 16 (http://www.iai.it/sites/default/files/iaiwp1622.pdf)

Tella O (2016) Wielding soft power in strategic relations: an analysis of China’s powers of attraction in Africa and the Middle East, Africa Review 8(2): 133-144 Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Ying, F (2016) How China sees Russia: Beijing and Moscow are close but not allies, Foreign affairs 95(1):96-105

Yu, H (2017) Motivations behind China’s “One Belt, One Road” initiatives and establishment of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, Journal of contemporary China. ISSN: 1067-0564 26(105): 353-368

 

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BLOCK II Challenging states and state power: resistance and alternatives

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Week 14: Framing alternatives and resistance

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Week 15: Feminist, post-colonial and post-communist geopolitics

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Week 16: New nationalisms

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Week 17: Post-nationalism

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Week 18: Populism

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Week 20: Place, politics and power

Key reading

Routledge P (2017) Space Invaders: radical geographies of protest. London: Pluto Press.

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 Week 21: "We will drown but we will not move" - anti-dam resistance in India

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Week 22: "Our resistance will be as transnational as capital" - alter-globalisation resistance

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Week 23: Logics of aggregation - the Arab Spring

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Week 24: Conclusion - "Fight the Power"

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 Online Course Readings

McGrew, A, (2010) Chapter 1: Globalization and Global Politics. FROM: Baylis, J, The globalization of world politics : an introduction to international relations, 5th edition. pp.14-31. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Flint, Colin, (2011) Chapter 6. FROM: Flint, Colin, Introduction to geopolitics, 2nd edition. pp.159-193. London: Routledge. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Painter, J, (2009) Chapter 9: Geopolitics and Anti-Geopolitics. FROM: Painter, J, Political geography : an introduction to space and power. pp.196-220. London: Sage. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Rahnema, M, (1997) Introduction. FROM: Rahnema, M., The post-development reader. pp.ix-xix. Zed Books: London. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Heinberg, Richard, (2005) Managing the collapse. FROM: Heinberg, Richard, The party's over : oil, war and the fate of industrial societies. pp.225-262. Forest Row: Clairview. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Kennedy, P, (2006) Chapter 8 : The Promise and the Peril of the Twenty-first Century. FROM: Kennedy, P, The parliament of man : the United Nations and the quest for world government. pp.243-279. London: Allen Lane. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Braden, K, (2000) Chapter 8: International Law. FROM: Braden, K, Engaging geopolitics. pp.123-145. Harlow: Prentice Hall. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Bayoumi, M, (2000) Chapter 4 Orientalism. FROM: Bayoumi, M, The Edward Said Reader. pp.63-113. New York: Vintage Books. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Lynch, Marc, (2012) Chapter 8: America's Challenge. FROM: Lynch, Marc, The Arab uprising : the unfinished revolutions of the new Middle East, 1st edition. pp.193-235. New York: Public Affairs. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Holloway, J, (1998) Introduction. FROM: Holloway, J, Zapatista! Reinventing Revolution in Mexico. pp.1-18. London: Pluto Press. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Cloke, Paul J, (1991) Chapter 8: The differences of postmodern human geography. FROM: Cloke, Paul J, Approaching human geography : an introduction to contemporary theoretical debates. pp.186-201. London: Chapman. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Rodney, Walter, (1972) Europe and the roots of African underdevelopment - to 1885. FROM: Rodney, Walter, How Europe underdeveloped Africa. pp.100-139. London: Bogle-L'Ouverture Publications. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Frank, A.G, (1995) The development of under-development. FROM: Corbridge, Stuart, Development studies : a reader. pp.27-37. London: E. Arnold. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Tilly, C, (1989) The geography of European state-making and capitalism since 1500. FROM: Genovese, E.D, Geographic perspectives in history. pp.158-181. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Ogborn, Miles, (1998) Chapter 1: Spaces of modernity. FROM: Ogborn, Miles, Spaces of modernity : London's geographies, 1680-1780. pp.1-38. New York: Guilford Press. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Pécoud, A. and de Guchteneire, P. (2006) ‘International Migration, Border Controls and Human Rights: Assessing the Relevance of a Right to Mobility’, Journal of Borderlands Studies, 21 (1), pp. 69-86. Freely available online: http://lastradainternational.org/lsidocs/626%20intl_migration_brder_cntrl_070402.pdf

Esteva, Gustavo, (1998) From global to local: Beyond neoliberalism to the international of hope. FROM: Esteva, Gustavo, Grassroots post-modernism : remaking the soil of cultures. pp.19-49. London: Zed Books. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Routledge, P, (2000) Geopoetics of Resistance: India's Baliapal Movement. FROM: Alternatives : global, local, political. v.25. pp.375-389. Lynne Reiner: Boulder, CO. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Burnell, P, (2001) Foreign aid in a changing world. FROM: Desai, Vandana, The companion to development studies. pp.473-477. London: Arnold. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Corbridge, S, (2001) Third World Debt. FROM: Desai, Vandana, The companion to development studies. pp.477-480. London: Arnold. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Redclift, M, (2001) Sustainable development. FROM: Desai, Vandana, The companion to development studies. pp.275-278. London: Arnold. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Weiss, T, (2007) Chapter 1: World politics continuity and change since 1945. FROM: Weiss, T, The Oxford handbook on the United Nations. pp.3-38. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

West, Johnny, (2011) Chapter 8: We Are All Khaled Said. FROM: West, Johnny, Karama! : journeys through the Arab spring. pp.141-170. London: Heron Books. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Manhire, Toby, (2012) Extract. FROM: Manhire, Toby, Arab Spring : rebellion, revolution, and a new world order. pp.221-256. London: Guardian. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Power, M, (2003) Chapter 7: Globalisation, Government and Power. FROM: Power, M, Rethinking Development Geographies. pp.143-168. London: Routledge. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Ó Tuathail, Gearóid, (1998) Chapter 1: Introduction: Rethinking Geopolitics: Towards a Critical Geopolitics. FROM: Ó Tuathail, Gearóid, Rethinking geopolitics. pp.1-15. London: Routledge. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Rozick, E, (1993) Looking at and Living with Our Own Ugliness. FROM: Schumacher, E.F, Small is beautiful : a study of economics as if people mattered. pp.135-139. London: Vintage. Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

 

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