1. Masterclass 1: CAPITALISM AND POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS 15 items
    1. Background Reading: 5 items
      1. Thinking About Hybrid Regimes - Larry Jay Diamond 2002

        Article Required

      2. The End of History? - Francis Fukuyama 1989

        Article Required

      3. The Quality of Democracy - Andrew Roberts, Robert S. Erikson, Michael Mackuen, James Stimson 01/04/2005

        Article Required

    2. Day One: Capitalism without Democratic Transition 4 items
      1. Capitalism and Democracy - Gabriel A. Almond 09/1991

        Article Required

      2. The Quality of democracy in Asia-Pacific: issues and findings - Leonardo Morlino, Björn Dressel, Riccardo Pelizzo 11/2011

        Article Required

      3. Routledge handbook of democratization - Jeffrey Haynes 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Required Read Pages 175-189: Hybrid Regimes: A social foundations approach

    3. Day Two: Capitalism and the Political Management of Conflict 4 items
      1. Participation without Democracy: Containing Conflict in Southeast Asia - Garry Rodan 2018 (electronic resource)

        Book Required Read Chapter 1: Theorizing Institutions of Political Participation and Representation, pp.14-26:

    4. Day 3: Mediating Conflict: Ideologies of Representation 2 items
      1. Participation without Democracy: Containing Conflict in Southeast Asia - Garry Rodan 2018 (electronic resource)

        Book Required Read Chapter 2: Ideologies of Political Representation and the Mode of Participation Framework. pp.27-43

      2. Participation without Democracy: Containing Conflict in Southeast Asia - Garry Rodan 2018 (electronic resource)

        Book Required Read Pages 211-221: Conclusion: Capitalism, Institutions and Ideology

  2. Masterclass 2: Contemporary Canadian Indigenous Social and Political 18 items
    1. Recommended Readings 4 items
      1. Postcolonial studies: the key concepts - Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths, Helen Tiffin c2013 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended

      2. Red skin, white masks: rejecting the colonial politics of recognition - Glen Sean Coulthard, Gerald R. Alfred 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended

      3. Postcolonialism: an historical introduction - Robert Young 2004 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended

      4. Peace, power, righteousness: an indigenous manifesto - Gerald R. Alfred c2009

        Book Recommended

    2. Week 1 6 items
      1. The order of things: an archaeology of the human sciences - Michel Foucault 1970

        Book Required Read Preface and Chapter 1

      2. The Archaeology of Knowledge and the Discourse on Language. Translation by Alan Sheridan - Michel Foucault.1926-1984, Alan Sheridan 1972

        Book Required Read Part IV: Archaeological Description: Chapters 1: Archaeology and the History of Ideas; Chapter 2: The Original and the Regular; and Chapter 6: Science and Knowledge.

      3. Red skin, white masks: rejecting the colonial politics of recognition - Glen Sean Coulthard, Gerald R. Alfred 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Required Read: Foreward and pages 1-24: Introduction: Subjects of Empire

      4. The Archaeology of Knowledge and the Discourse on Language. Translation by Alan Sheridan - Michel Foucault.1926-1984, Alan Sheridan 1972

        Book Recommended Read pages 215-237: Appendix:The Discourse on Language

      5. Foucault - Gilles Deleuze, Sean Hand 1988

        Book Recommended

      6. Multiculturalism: examining the politics of recognition - Charles Taylor, Amy Gutmann c1994 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended

    3. Week 2 4 items
      1. Language, counter-memory, practice: selected essays and interviews - Michel Foucault, Donald F Bouchard 1977

        Book Required Read Pages 139-164: Nietzsche, Genealogy, History

      2. Red skin, white masks: rejecting the colonial politics of recognition - Glen Sean Coulthard, Gerald R. Alfred 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Required Read Chapter 1: The politics of recognition in colonial contexts and Chapter 4: Seeing red: reconciliation and resentment

      3. On the genealogy of morals: a polemic - Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche, Michael A. Scarpitti, Robert C. Holub 2013

        Book Recommended

      4. Black skin, white masks - Frantz Fanon 2008 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended

    4. Week 3 4 items
      1. Postcolonialism: an historical introduction - Robert Young 2004 (electronic resource)

        Book Required Read Chapter 2: Colonialism, pp.15-24 and Chapter 5: Postcolonialism, pp.57-70

      2. Red skin, white masks: rejecting the colonial politics of recognition - Glen Sean Coulthard, Gerald R. Alfred 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Required Read Chapter 5: The plunge into the chasm of the past: Fanon, self-recognition and decolonization and also Conclusion: Lessons from idle no more: the future of indigenous activism.

      3. Orientalism - Edward W. Said 1979, ©1978

        Book Recommended Read introduction & Chapter 1: The Scope of Orientalism

      4. Provincializing Europe: Postcolonial Thought and Historical Difference - Dipesh Chakrabarty 2009 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read Pages 1-24: Introduction: The Idea of Provincializing Europe

  3. Masterclass 3: Making the Anarchical Society 14 items
    1. Week 1 (1 May): Doing international intellectual history 5 items
      1. Part 1: On method 2 items
        1. Visions of politics: Volume 1: Regarding method - Quentin Skinner 2002 (electronic resource)

          Book Required Read: Chapter 4: Meaning and Understanding in the History of Ideas

      2. Part 2: Writing histories of the European states-system 3 items
        1. Systems of states - Martin Wight 1977

          Book Required Read: Chapter 5: The Origins of Our States-System: Chronological Limits

        2. History of the political system of Europe, and its colonies - Arnold H. Heeren 1971

          Webpage Required Preface to the First and Second Editions’

    2. Week 2 (8 May): The European States-System in Times of Religious Conflict 4 items
      1. Part 3: On reason of state 2 items
        1. Botero: The Reason of State - Giovanni Botero 2017

          Book Required Dedication, Book I, Chapters 1-2; Book II, Chapters 1-3 & 6; Book VI, Chapters 1 & 7-10; Book VII, Chapter. 1; Book VIII, Chapters 1 & 14.

      2. Part 4: Natural Law and the Response to Confessional Conflict 2 items
        1. Thinking peace, making peace - Margaret Jolly, Barry Hindess 2001

          Book Required Read: Hunter, Ian, Chapter: Westphalia and the Desacralisation of Politics, pp.36-44

        2. The Languages of political theory in early-modern Europe - Anthony Pagden 1987 (electronic resource)

          Book Required Read: Tuck, Richard.: Chapter 5: The “Modern” Theory of Natural Law

    3. Week 3 (15 May): Rivalry in the European states-system 5 items
      1. Part 5: The ‘fear of universal monarchy’ and the balance of power 2 items
      2. Part 6: Revolutions and Declarations in Global Context 3 items
        1. Foundations of modern international thought - David Armitage 2013 (electronic resource)

          Book Required Read: Chapter 11: The Declaration of Independence and international law

        2. Inventing human rights : a history - Lynn A. Hunt 2007

          Book Required Read: Appendix: Declaration of Independence (July 4, 1776) pp.215

        3. The Haitian Declaration of Independence: Creation, Context, and Legacy - Julia Gaffield 2016 (electronic resource)

          Book Required Read: Appendix: The Haitian Declaration of Independence pp. 239-248

  4. Masterclass 5: Bringin Humanitarianism into Global Security Decisions 20 items
    1. A democratic theory of disarmament - Kennette Benedict November 9, 2011

      Article Further

    2. Alternative nuclear futures: the role of nuclear weapons in the post-cold war world - John Baylis, Robert John O'Neill 2000

      Book Further Read Butler, Lee, Chapter: At the End of a Journey: the Risks of Cold War Thinking in a New Era

    3. Arms control: history, theory, and policy - Robert E. Williams, Paul R. Viotti 2012 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Knopf, Jeffrey. Cachapter: NGOs, Social Movements and Arms Control

    4. Political interest and humanitarian action - S. Neil MacFarlane, Thomas Weiss 09/2000

      Article Further

    5. Civil Society Engagement in Disarmament Processes: The Case for a Nuclear Weapons Ban - UNODA 2016

      Book Further Read Ritchie, Nick. Chapter: Delegitimising Nuclear Violence

  5. Honours Masterclass 6: The Credibility and Consistency of International Election Observation 22 items
    1. Week 1: What is international election observation, why does it matter and how has it changed over time? 6 items
      1. The Observers Observed - Thomas Carothers 1997

        Article Further

      2. How to rig an election - Nicholas Cheeseman, Brian Klaas 2019

        Book Further

    2. Week 2: Are international election observers as objective as they think they are 6 items
      1. It’s time for international election monitors to start doing their job - Nic Cheeseman, Todd Moss, Jeffrey Smith November 16, 2017

        Article Further

      2. The Curse of Low Expectations - Brian Klaas 27 November 2013

        Article Further

    3. Week 3: How should international election observers respond to the problem of electoral violence? 10 items
      1. The cost of exposing cheating - Ursula E Daxecker 07/2012

        Article Further

      2. From peace campaigns to peaceocracy: Elections, order and authority in Africa - Gabrielle Lynch, Nic Cheeseman, Justin Willis 22/07/2019

        Article Further

      3. Post-election violence in Kenya has claimed the lives of at least 24 people, including a 9-year-old girl - Lee Lin Chin, Matt Frei, Matina Stevis Sunday, 13th August 2017

        Audio-visual document Further

  6. Past Central Exam Papers 1 item
    1. Past Central Exam Papers

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