A Cutting Edge Contribution To The Aesthetic Turn In International Relations Scholarship, This Book Exposes The Role Of Poetic Techniques In Constituting The Reality Of International Politics It Has Two Symmetrical Goals To Illuminate The Nonempirical Fictions Of Factual International Relations Literature, And To Highlight The Real Factual Inspirations And Implications Of Contemporary International Relations FictionEmploying Narrative Theory Developed By Hayden White, The Author Examines Factual And Fictional Accounts Of World Affairs Ranging From The Anarchy Narrative, Central To Mainstream International Relations Research, To Novels By Don DeLillo And Milan Kundera Chapters Analyzing Factual Literature Flesh Out Its Unacknowledged Inventions, While Those Dedicated To Fiction Explain Its Political Roots And Agenda Throughout, The Distinction Between Factual And Fictional Representations Of International Relations Breaks Down Social Scientific Narratives Emerge As Exercises In Rhetoric The Art And Politics Of Persuasion Through Language Artistic Narratives Surface As Real Pedagogical Lessons And Exercises In Political ActivismThe Volume Challenges The Autonomy Of Academic International Relations As An Exclusive Purveyor Of Serious Knowledge About World Affairs And Calls For Active Engagement With Literary Art It Will Be Of Interest To Scholars Of International Relations, Political Theory, Historiography, Cultural Theory, And Literary Studies And Criticism
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- 226 pages
- The Poetics of International Politics
- Milan Babik
- 10 August 2019 Milan Babik