International Relations, Meaning and Mimesis (Interventions) 0th Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0415521536
ISBN-10: 041552153X
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Polat's account offers a clear indication that IR needs precisely such intertextual disruptions to reinvigorate its engagement with global politics. His book will therefore be of much interest to advanced students and scholars of international relations and political theory.

Emilian Kavalski, Political Studies Review

International Relations Meaning and Mimesis is a virtuoso work re-theorizing international relations through one of its key textual tropes. It will be widely read for the inspiration and many fresh insights that it offers.

Michael Dillon, Emeritus Professor of Politics, Lancaster University, Professor of Politics, Sehir University, Istanbul & Fellow of the London Graduate School.

 

The writing is enviously clear, presenting material that is often difficult and dense in ways that are highly accessible without sacrificing the complexity of issues under consideration, particularly valuable from the perspective of teaching post-graduate courses.

Ritu Vij, University of Aberdeen.

About the Author

Necati Polat is Professor in the Department of International Relations at Middle East Technical University, Ankara, where he teaches international political theory, international law, human rights and the philosophy of social science.


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Professor of International Law and Politics at the Department of International Relations of Middle East Technical University, Ankara, where he teaches international law, human rights, theories of international politics, and philosophy of social science.

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