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  1. Week 1: Why theory matters 8 items
    1. Big Questions in the Study of World Politics - Robert O. Keohane

      Document Optional

    2. Politics as a Vocation - Weber Max

      Chapter Optional

    3. Introduction - Dunne Tim, Milja Kurki, Steve Smith 2011

      Chapter Optional

    4. Theory as Thought: Britain and German Unification - Jarrod Hayes, Patrick James 03/04/2014

      Article Optional

    5. International relations theories - Steve Smith 2007

      Book Optional

  2. Week 2: Ancient Realism 10 items
    1. History of the Peloponnesian War - Rex Warner, M. I. Finley, Thucydides 1972; 1985

      Book Core : Book I The Archaelogia: paras 1-23; and The Conference at Sparta, paras 66-88 Book II Periclean Funeral Oration: paras 34-46 Book III Mytilean Debate: paras 37-50; and Book V The Melian Dialogue paras 84-116

    2. Chapter 2 'Athens and Sparta' - Graham T. Allison 2017

      Chapter Core

    3. The Thucydides Trap. - ALLISON, GRAHAM 2017

      Article Optional

    4. Play it Again Pericles: - RICHARD NED LEBOW 06/1996

      Article Optional

    5. The Theory of Hegemonic War - Robert Gilpin 21/1988

      Article Optional

    6. Thucydidean Realism - Michael W. Doyle 1990-7

      Article Optional

    7. Thucydides and Neorealism - Daniel Garst 03/1989

      Article Optional

  3. Week 3: Neorealism, Neoliberalism and the 'neo-neo' debate 8 items
    1. Theory of international politics - Kenneth Neal Waltz c1979

      Book Optional

    2. Neorealism and neoliberalism: the contemporary debate - D. A. Baldwin 1993

      Book Optional

  4. Week 4: Democratic Peace Theory 7 items
    1. Paths to peace: is democracy the answer? - Miriam Fendius Elman 1997

      Book Optional

  5. Week 6: Critical Theory 6 items
    1. Theories of international relations - Scott Burchill, Scott Burchill 2001

      Book Optional

  6. Week 7: Constructivism 6 items
    1. Seizing the Middle Ground: - EMANUEL ADLER 09/1997

      Article Optional

    2. Constructing international relations: the next generation - Karin M. Fierke, Knud Erik Jørgensen 2001

      Book Optional

  7. Week 8: Feminism in IR 8 items
    1. Chapter 12: Feminism - Helen Kinsella 2017

      Chapter Optional

    2. A feminist voyage through international relations - J. Ann Tickner 2014 (electronic resource)

      Book Optional

    3. Gender, violence and security: discourse as practice - Laura J. Shepherd, ProQuest (Firm) 2008 (electronic resource)

      Book Optional

  8. Week 9: Postcolonialism in IR 8 items
    1. Orientalism Once More - Edward Said 11/2004

      Article Core

    2. Heart of darkness: authoritative text, backgrounds and contexts, criticism - Joseph Conrad 2016

      Book Optional

    3. Hearts of darkness: a filmmaker's apocalypse - Francis Ford Coppola, Eleanor Coppola, Martin Sheen, Robert Duvall 1991 (dvd)

      Audio-visual document Optional

  9. Week 11: Global IR, 'post-Western' IR 12 items
    1. International relations scholarship around the world - Arlene B. Tickner, Ole Wæver 2009

      Book Optional

    2. A History of Indian Philosophy - S.N. Dasgupta June 15, 2000 (Paperback)

      Book Optional

    3. International relations in India 2005

      Book Optional