Harry Potter and International Relations

[Rowman & Littlefield Publishers] â Harry Potter and International Relations ↠ Download Online eBook or Kindle ePUB. Harry Potter and International Relations Insightful but dated tortuga I am using this with a small group of students this semester and the initial chapters on globalization are quite interesting. Some of the chapters in which the analysis depends on the plot of the novels are limited by the fact this book was published before Deathly Hallows. One chapter--comparing the role of realist and liberal theories of collective identity in international relation. Fantastic book for a serious look at Harry Potter JKHS I will be teaching middle a

Harry Potter and International Relations

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Rating : 4.20 (524 Votes)
Asin : 0742539598
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 224 Pages
Publish Date : 2014-06-26
Language : English

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Insightful but dated tortuga I am using this with a small group of students this semester and the initial chapters on globalization are quite interesting. Some of the chapters in which the analysis depends on the plot of the novels are limited by the fact this book was published before Deathly Hallows. One chapter--comparing the role of realist and liberal theories of collective identity in international relation. Fantastic book for a serious look at Harry Potter JKHS I will be teaching middle and high school literature classes on Harry Potter this spring, so I checked this book out of the PINES library system (Georgia). I reached the end of the book and had so many pages dog-eared that I bought my own copy.The book conveys serious and in-depth information, yet is not overwhelming in its tone or use of jargon. It is very well documented which I gre. Good International Relations, More or Less Harry Potter Despite a good analysis on international relations and its sub-areas, this collection of articles appears to be not so into Harry Potter. It's not that the author didn't read or does not know the history or the multimedia phenomena of Rowling's series, but, writing as a true fan of it, they were not so into it - or, at least, didn't use its full potential. The result is a book that of

Neumann is associate professor of Russian studies at Oslo University and research professor at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs. . Iver B. Nexon is assistant professor of government and foreign service at Georgetown University. Daniel H

Practices such as quidditch dovetail quite clearly with 'muggle' sports, and the very British-ness of the books has, in translation into languages such as Turkish and Arabic, been transformed to reflect these unique cultures. Why not take seriously the claim that Harry Potter's world intertwines with our own? In this timely yet otherworldly volume, more than a dozen scholars of international relations join hands to demonstrate how this well-loved artifact of popular culture reflects and shapes our own lifeworld. Chapters on the political economy of the franchise as well as the scholarly problems of studying popular culture frame what is essentially a highly info-taining read.. A wide range of historical and sociological sources shows how Harry's world contains aspects of our own

Pfaltzgraff, Jr., The Institute for Foreign Policy Analysis International Studies Review)Because of the quality of the insights that this book achieves in examining the relationship between culture and international relations, we as International Relations scholars can read Harry Potter and justify it as 'research.' (International Affairs) . (The Daily Prophet)Broadens the contextual basis for thinking about international relations theory to encompass popular culture as well as political experience. In a post-9/11world, international relations is a critical area of inquiry. Contributes to the literature that explores how popu

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