Routledge International Handbook of Cosmopolitanism Studies

2nd edition
Routledge (Verlag)
  • 2. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 27. Juli 2018
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  • 644 Seiten
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Cosmopolitanism is about the extension of the moral and political horizons of people, societies, organizations and institutions. Over the past 25 years there has been considerable interest in cosmopolitan thought across the human social sciences.The second edition of the Routledge International Handbook of Cosmopolitanism Studies is an enlarged, revised and updated version of the first edition. It consists of 50 chapters across a broader range of topics in the social and human sciences. Eighteen entirely new chapters cover topics that have become increasingly prominent in cosmopolitan scholarship in recent years, such as sexualities, public space, the Kantian legacy, the commons, internet, generations, care and heritage.This Second Edition aims to showcase some of the most innovative and promising developments in recent writing in the human and social sciences on cosmopolitanism. Both comprehensive and innovative in the topics covered, the Routledge International Handbook of Cosmopolitanism Studies is divided into four sections.Cosmopolitan theory and history with a focus on the classical and contemporary approaches,The cultural dimensions of cosmopolitanism, The politics of cosmopolitanism,World varieties of cosmopolitanism.There is a strong emphasis in interdisciplinarity, with chapters covering contributions in philosophy, history, sociology, anthropology, media studies, international relations. The Handboook's clear and comprehensive style will appeal to a wide undergraduate and postgraduate audience across the social and human sciences.
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Gerard Delanty is Professor of Sociology and Social & Political Thought, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK. His books include The Cosmopolitan Imagination (Cambridge University Press 2009), Formations of European Modernity: A Historical and Political Sociology of Europe, 2nd edition (Palgrave 2018), The European Heritage: A Critical Re-interpretation (Routledge 2018) and Community, 3rd edition (Routledge 2018).


Introduction: The Field of Cosmopolitan Studies, Gerard Delanty

Part I: Cosmopolitan Theory, History and Approaches

1. Kant and Cosmopolitan Legacies, Garrett W. Brown

2. Radical Cosmopolitanism and the Tradition of Insurgent Universality, James Ingram

    3. There is no Cosmopolitanism without Universalism, Daniel Chernilo

      4. Alt-Histories of Cosmopolitanism: Rewriting the Past in the Service of the Future, David Inglis

        5. World History and Cosmopolitanism, Bo Stråth

          6. Cosmopolitan Thought in Weimar Germany, Austin Harrington

            7. The Modern Cognitive Order, Cosmopolitanism and Conflicting Models of World Openness: Towards a Critique of Contemporary Social Relations, Piet Strydom

              8. The Idea of Critical Cosmopolitanism, Gerard Delanty and Neal Harris

                9. Border Thinking and Decolonial Cosmopolitanism: Overcoming Colonial/Imperial Differences, Walter D. Mignolo

                  10. Cosmopolitanism and Social Research: Some Methodological Issues of an Emerging Research Agenda, Victor Roudometof

                    11. Performing Cosmopolitanism. The Context and Object-dependency of Cosmopolitan Openness, Ian Woodward and Zlatko Skrbis

                    Part II: Cosmopolitan Cultures

                      12. Anthropology and the New Ethical Cosmopolitanism, Pnina Werbner

                        13. Cosmopolitanism and 'Civilization': Social Theory and Political Programmes, Humeira Iqtidar

                          14. Cosmopolitanism and Translation, Esperança Bielsa

                            15. Third Culture Kids and Paradoxical Cosmopolitanism, Rachel Cason

                              16. Festivals, Museums, Exhibitions: Aesthetic Cosmopolitanism in the Cultural Public Sphere, Monica Sassatelli

                                17. Aesthetic Cosmopolitanism, Nikos Papastergiadis

                                  18. The Cosmopolitanism of the Sacred, Bryan S. Turner

                                    19. Imagining Cosmopolitan Sexualities for a 21st Century, Ken Plummer

                                      20. Themes in Cosmopolitan Education, Matthew J. Hayden

                                        21. Media Cultures and Cosmopolitan Connection, Alexa Robertson

                                          22. Interspecies Cosmopolitanism, Eduardo Mendieta

                                            23. Making Heritage Cosmopolitan, Jasper Chalcraft

                                              24. Bordering and Connectivity: Thinking about Cosmopolitan Borders, Chris Rumford and Anthony Cooper

                                                25. Cosmopolitan Public Space(s), Daniel Innerarity & Ander Errasti

                                                  26. Cosmopolitanism in Cities and Beyond, Breda S. A. Yeoh and Weiqiang Lin

                                                  Part III: Cosmopolitics

                                                    27. Seeking Global Justice: What Kind of Equality Should Guide Cosmopolitans?, Gillian Brock

                                                      28. Cosmocitizens?, Richard Vernon

                                                        29. Global Civil Society and the Cosmopolitan Ideal, Alexander Hensby and Darren J. O'Byrne

                                                          30. The Commons and Cosmopolitanism, Nick Stevenson

                                                            31. The Idea of Cosmopolitan Solidarity, Robert Fine

                                                              32. Humanitarianism and Cosmopolitanism, Iain Wilkinson

                                                                33. A Deeper Framework of Cosmopolitan Justice: Addressing Inequalities in the Era of the Anthropocene, Tracey Skillington

                                                                  34. Cosmopolitan Care, Mihaela Czobor-Lupp

                                                                    35. The Internet and Cosmopolitanism, Oliver Hall

                                                                      36. Cosmopolitanism and Migrant Protests, Tamara Caraus and Camil-Alexandru Parvu

                                                                        37. Cosmopolitan Diplomacy, Seckin Baris Gulmez

                                                                        Part IV: World Varieties of Cosmopolitanism

                                                                          38. Cosmopolitanism in Latin America: Political Practices, Critiques, and Imaginaries, Aurea Mota

                                                                            39. Caribbean Cosmopolitanism: The View from Ethnography, Huon Wardle

                                                                              40. Americans and Others: Historical Identity Formation in the United States, Andrew Hartman

                                                                                41. Cosmopolitanism in Asia, Baogang He and Kevin Brown

                                                                                42. Benedict Anderson's Cosmopolitan Leanings and the Question of Southeast Asian Subjectivity, Pheng Cheah

                                                                                43. Unity in Diversity: The Indian Idea of Cosmopolitanism, Sudarsan Padmanabhan

                                                                                44. Between Tianzia and PostSocialism: Contemporary Chinese Cosmopolitanism, Lisa Rofel

                                                                                45. Kyosei: Japan's Cosmopolitanism, Yoshino Sugimoto

                                                                                46. Immigration, Indigeneity and Identity: Cosmopolitanism in Australia and New Zealand, Keith Jacobs and Jeff Malpas

                                                                                47. Cosmopolitanism in a European context: Reflections on cosmopolitan order in Europe and the EU, Maurice Roche

                                                                                48. Cosmopolitan Europe: Postcolonial Interventions and Global Transitions, Sandra Ponzanesi

                                                                                49. Afropolitanism and the End of Black Nationalism, Sarah Balakrishnan

                                                                                50. Jews and Cosmopolitanism from the Early Modern Age to the Global Era, Michael L. Miller and Scott Urry

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