Routledge Handbook of Critical European Studies

 


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The Routledge Handbook of Critical European Studies / edited By Didier Bigo, Thomas Diez, Evangelos Fanoulis, Ben Rosamond, Yannis A. Stivachtis. 2021, Routledge, 578 p., ISBN 9781138589919 

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"This handbook comprehensively defines and shapes the field of Critical European Union Studies, sets the research agenda and highlights emerging areas of study. Bringing together critical analyses of European Union politics, policies and processes with an expert range of contributors, it overcomes disciplinary borders and paradigms and addresses four main thematic areas pertaining to the study of the European Union and its policies:

 critical approaches to European integration;
 critical approaches to European political economy;
 critical approaches to the EU’s internal security;
 critical approaches to the EU’s external relations and foreign affairs.

In their contributions to this volume, the authors take a sympathetic yet critical approach to the European integration process and the present structures of the European Union. Furthermore, the book provides graduate students and faculty with ideas for future research activity and introduces critical analyses rooted in a broad spectrum of theoretical perspectives. The Routledge Handbook of Critical European Union Studies will be an essential reference for scholars, students, researchers and practitioners interested and working in the fields of EU politics / studies, European integration, European political economy and public policy, EU foreign policy, EU freedom of movement and security practices, and more broadly in international relations, the wider social sciences and humanities."

Spis treści:

Critical European Studies: An Introduction / Yannis A. Stivachtis

PART I: Critical Theoretical Approaches to European Integration

Introduction: Towards a Critical Theorising of European Integration / Thomas Diez -- 1. Historical Materialism and European integration / Andreas Bieler and Jokubas Salyga -- 2. Justifying Democracy in the European Union: Reasoning with Habermas against Habermas / Erik O. Eriksen -- 3. Discursive Approaches / Caterina Carta -- 4. Governmentality Approaches / Jessica Lawrence -- 5. Postcolonialism / Catarina Kinnvall -- 6. Critical Geopolitics / Veit Bachmann and Luiza Bialasiewicz -- 7. Practice Approaches / Sabine Saurugger -- 8. Gender Approaches /Gabriele Abels and Heather MacRae -- 9. The European Union and Global Political Justice / Helene Sjursen -- 10. Critical Social Theory Approaches to European Integration / Ian Manners

PART II: Critical Approaches to European Political Economy

Introduction: Critical Political Economy and European Integration / Ben Rosamond -- 11. Capitalist Diversity in Europe / Andreas Nölke -- 12. European Economic Governance: A Feminist Perspective / Muireann O’Dwyer -- 13. The Market as Norm – the Governmentality of State Aid Regulation / Linda Nyberg -- 14. Financialisation, Crisis and Austerity as the Distribution of Harm / Johnna Montgomerie and Daniela Tepe-Belfrage -- 15. Gendering the Political Economy of the European Social Model / Roberta Guerrina -- 16. Uneven Development in the EU: Processes of Core-Periphery Relations / Joachim Becker, Rudy Weissenbacher and Johannes Jäger -- 17. Critical Political Economy and the Free Movement of People in the EU / Owen Parker -- 18. Discourse Theory as a Novel Approach for Research on EU trade Policy / Thomas Jacobs and Jan Orbie 

PART III: Critical Approaches to European Union’s Internal Security

Introduction: European Internal Security: A Pharmakon Producing Security, Unease, Insecurity and Violence? / Didier Bigo -- 19. The Genesis of Free Movement of Persons in the EU: Why and for Whom? / Kees Groenendijk -- 20. The EU’s So-Called Mediterranean Refugee Crisis: A Governmentality of Unease in a Teacup / Elspeth Guild -- 21. Visa Policies and Their Effects: Preventing Mobility? / Federica Infantino -- 22. Inside-Out? Trajectories, Spaces and Politics of EU Internal (In)Security and its External Dimension / Julien Jeandesboz -- 23. External Security Logics and the Pursuit of Internal Security in Europe / Raphael Bossong and Mark Rhinard -- 24. The European Security Industry: Technocratic Politics, Internal Security Cooperation, and the Emergence of Military R&D in the EU / Sebastian Larsson -- 25. The European Union and "Foreign Terrorist Fighters": Disciplining Irreformable Radicals? / Francesco Ragazzi and Josh Walmsey -- 26. Interoperability: A Political Technology for the Datafication of the Field of EU Internal Security? / Didier Bigo -- 27. Governance by arbitrariness at the EU Border: Trajectory Ethnographies of Illegalized Migrants / Emma McCluskey

PART IV: Critical Approaches to European Union’s External Relations and Foreign Affairs

Introduction: The "Critical" in EU’s Foreign Policy and External Relations / Evangelos Fanoulis -- 28. Unravelling the Subjects and Objects of EU External Migration Law / Elaine Fahey -- 29. Indispensable, Interdependent or Independent? A Critical Analysis of Transatlantic Relations / Markus Thiel -- 30. A Poulantzasian Perspective on EU Foreign Policy / Michael Merlingen -- 31. EULEX Kosovo: A Status-Neutral and Technical Mission? / Vjosa Musliu -- 32. Rethinking EU Enlargement: Pastoral Power, Ambivalence and the Case of Turkey / Dan Bulley and David Phinnemore -- 33. The EU's Development Policy: Forging Relations of Dependence? / Mark Langan and Sophia Price -- 34. Critical Perspectives on Africa’s Relationship with the European Union / Toni Haastrup -- 35. An Alternative Reading of EU Foreign Policy Administration / Thomas Henökl -- 36. A Clash of Hybrid Exceptionalisms in EU-Russia Relations / Cristian Nitoiu.

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