Publications

Received since January 2021

What follows is a list of new publications of the Centre’s current and former fellows and staff as well as authors from our wider academic network. We publish an updated list and invite you to inform us about your recent contributions to the field of global cooperation research. The published list represents a selection of titles that we feel are substantive contributions to the field.

 

Drieschova, Alena, and Adler, Emanuel (2021). ‘The Epistemological Challenge of Truth-Subversion to the Liberal International Order’, International Organization (online first). [Open Access]

Freistein, Katja, Gadinger, Frank, and Unrau, Christine (2021). ‘Instrumentalizing Religious Symbols: Anti-Liberal Narratives in the US and Brazil’, in Hennig, Anja, and Weiberg-Salzmann, Mirjam (eds), Illiberal Politics and Religion in Europe and Beyond: Concepts, Actors, and Identity Narratives,Religion und Moderne, 19, Frankfurt am Main: Campus, 347–375.

Glouftsios, Georgios, and Scheel, Stephan (2021). ‘An Inquiry into the Digitisation of Border and Migration Management: Performativity, Contestation and Heterogeneous Engineering’, Third World Quarterly, 42(1): 123–140. [Open Access]

Haggart, Blayne (2020). ‘Global Platform Governance and the Internet-Governance Impossibility Theorem’, Journal of Digital Media & Policy, 11(3): 321–339.

Haggart, Blayne, Tusikov, Natasha, and Scholte, Jan Aart (2021) (eds). Power and Authority in Internet Governance: Return of the State? Routledge Global Cooperation Series, Abingdon, Oxon/New York, NY: Routledge. >> read our review in this issue

Haggart, Blayne, Tusikov, Natasha, and Scholte, Jan Aart (2021). ‘Conclusion: State Power (and Its Limits) in Internet Governance’, in Haggart, Blayne, Tusikov, Natasha, and Scholte, Jan Aart (eds), Power and Authority in Internet Governance: Return of the State? Routledge Global Cooperation Series, Abingdon, Oxon/New York, NY: Routledge, 243–252.

Haggart, Blayne, Tusikov, Natasha, and Scholte, Jan Aart (2021). ‘Introduction: Return of the State?’, in Haggart, Blayne, Tusikov, Natasha, and Scholte, Jan Aart (eds), Power and Authority in Internet Governance: Return of the State? Routledge Global Cooperation Series, Abingdon, Oxon/New York, NY: Routledge, 1–12. 

Hecht, Catherine (2020). Covid-19, Democracy, and Global Governance: Using Convening Power to Build Back Better, Essay Symposium: Global Governance in the Age of COVID, Weinberg College Center for International and Area Studies.

Heins, Volker M. (2021). Offene Grenzen für alle: Eine notwendige Utopie,Hamburg: Hoffmann und Campe.

Heins, Volker M. (2021). ‘Simple and Convoluted Trauma Stories’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 44(3): 424–429.

Heins, Volker M., and Ben-Arieh, Galya (2021). ‘Criminalisation of Kindness: Narratives of Legality in the European Politics of Migration Containment’, Third World Quarterly, 42(1): 200–217. [Open Access]

Heins, Volker M., van Riemsdijk, Micheline, and Marchand, Marianne H. (2021). ‘New Actors and Contested Architectures in Global Migration Governance: Continuity and Change’, Third World Quarterly, 42(1): 1–15. [Open Access]

Heins, Volker M., van Riemsdijk, Micheline, and Marchand, Marianne H. (2021) (eds.). New Actors and Contested Architectures in Global Migration Governance, Special Issue: Third World Quarterly, 42(1). [Open Access] >> read our review in this issue

Şahin Mencütek, Zeynep (2021). ‘Governing Practices and Strategic Narratives for the Syrian Refugee Returns’, Journal of Refugee Studies (online first). [Open Access]

Şahin Mencütek, Zeynep (2021). ‘Refugee Community Organisations: Capabilities, Interactions and Limitations’, Third World Quarterly, 42(1): 181–191. [Open Access]

Şahin Mencütek, Zeynep, Gökalp Aras, Ela Nefise, and Balamir Coşkun, Bezen (2020). ‘Turkey’s Response to Syrian Mass Migration: A Neoclassical Realist Analysis’, Uluslararası İlişkiler Dergisi, 17(68):93–111. [Open Access]

Scheel, Stephan (2021). ‘The Politics of (Non)Knowledge in the (Un)Making of Migration’, Journal for Migration Research, 1(2) (online first). [Open Access]

Scholte, Jan Aart, and Cavalli, Olga (2021). ‘The Role of States in Internet Governance at ICANN’, in Haggart, Blayne, Tusikov, Natasha, and Scholte, Jan Aart (eds), Power and Authority in Internet Governance: Return of the State? Routledge Global Cooperation Series, Abingdon, Oxon/New York, NY: Routledge, 37–55.

Scholte, Jan Aart (2021). ‘Beyond Institutionalism: Toward a Transformed Global Governance Theory’, International Theory, 13(1): 179–191.

Simonow, Joanna (2021). ‘The Rise and Demise of Multi-Purpose Food in India: Food Technology, Population Control and Nutritional Development in the Post-War Era, c. 1944–66’, South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 44(1): 167–184.

Steffek, Jens, Müller, Marcus, and Behr, Hartmut (2021). ‘Terminological Entrepreneurs and Discursive Shifts in International Relations: How a Discipline Invented the “International Regime”’, International Studies Review, 23(1): 30–58.

Unrau, Christine (2021). ‘Keine Predigt der Apokalypse? Apokalyptische Narrative in der Globalisierungskritik’, in Betz, Gregor, and Bosančić, Saša (eds), Apokalyptische Zeiten: Endzeit- und Katastrophenwissen gesellschaftlicher Zukünfte,Weinheim: Beltz Juventa, 158–178.


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