Rethinking IR and IPE Research Workshop

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The aim of this workshop on rethinking International Relations and International Political Economy research is to discuss methodologies, ontologies and epistemologies that converse with and challenge mainstream approaches to International Relations and IPE research.


“Beyond Eurocentric IPE history: the non-Listian origins of East Asian neomercantilism”
– Eric Helleiner, University of Waterloo

“What Andean Philosophy Can Teach Us about Ontology in IR”
– Tamara Ann Trownsell, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador

“Considering the Environment in the Future of Feminist IPE”
– Andrea M. Collins, University of Waterloo

“Identity, Regime Change and Ontological Security”
– Edelgard Mahant, York University

“Considering the Environment in the Future of Feminist IPE”
– Andrea Collins, University of Waterloo

“Sociology as critique. The methodology of critically analysing structures of power in global governance”
– Catherine Goetze, University of Tasmania

“The state of methodology in International Studies and International Relations postgraduate teaching in South America”
– Raul Salgado Espinoza and Ernesto Vivares, Flasco-Ecuador

Moderator: Cheryl Martens, Universidad San Francisco de Quito

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