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国際関係におけるアフリカの新たな地位

Recentering Africa in International Relations : Beyond Lack, Peripherality, and Failure . 1st ed. 2018

Iñiguez de Heredia, Marta (EDT)   Wai, Zubairu (EDT)

Palgrave Macmillan 2018/02
XIX, 340 p. 6 illus. in color.
出版国: CH
ISBN: 9783319675091
eISBN: 9783319675107
KNPID: EY00229411
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This innovative book responds to an existing demand for taking Africa out of a place of exception and marginality, and placing it at the center of international relations and world politics. Bringing together a number of scholars from various disciplinary backgrounds to stage a critical intervention into the problematic ways Africa is accounted for in the dominant discourses of international relations and global politics, it challenges the structural and epistemic biases of IR that render the contributions of the continent invisible, and situates the continent as a global region that exists beyond notions of lack, disorder, and failure. Through these interventions, the volume contributes to a rethinking of IR, and the conditions of possibility for imagining a world otherwise beyond frames that fetishize Africa paradoxically as transparent and invisible. 

Table of Contents

1. Africa in/and International Relations: An Introduction
Zubairu Wai

2. International Relations and the Discourse of State Failure in Africa
Zubairu Wai 

3. Re-engaging History and Global Politics in the Accounts of the Contemporary Conflicts in the DRC
Marta Iñiguez de Heredia

4. Images of Africa in World Press Photo
Kate Manzo

5. Rehistoricizing the Sovereignty Principle: Stature, Decline, and Anxieties about a Foundational Norm
Amy Niang

6. Archiving Trauma and Amnesia: The Racialized Political Theologies of Reconciliation in South Africa
Zahir Kolia 

7. Alternatives to Development in Africa
Sally Matthews

8. African Anti-Colonialism in International Relations: Against the Time of Forgetting
Branwen Gruffydd Jones

9. A Decolonial World-Ecological Reading of the Global Land Grab: Gambella, the River and the Fall of Karuturi
Bikrum Gill 

10. Bringing African Scholarship Back In:  Lessons from the Pan-African Political Project
Gemma K. Bird

11. Against Bringing Africa ‘Back-In’
Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni

12. Conclusion: Reappraising Africa’s Place in International Relations 
Marta Iñiguez de Heredia