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ARTS1810: Course Outline

Week Date Lecture Tutorial Reading Assessment


1 March 3-7 Origins: Studying
International Relations,
Learning How to Learn
Due week 2
An Introduction to IR [core text]
p.1-20

2 March 10-14 Theory: Theories in/of
International Relations
Origins: Studying
International
Relations, Learning
How to Learn
Due week 3
Global Politics: A New Introduction
p. 1-21
An Introduction to IR [core text]
p. 31-42

3 March 17-21 Identity: Who do we think
we are? Nations, states &
identities in IR
Theory: Theories in/of
International Relations
Due week 4
An Introduction to IR [core text]
p. 134-147
Global Politics: A New Introduction
p. 220-243

4 March 24-28 The Discipline: The House
of IR and the Great
Debates
Identity: Who do we
think we are? Nations,
states & identities in
IR
Due week 5
An Introduction to IR [core text]
p. 35-47 and p. 48-61
Formative piece of
analytical writing
(750 words) due
4pm March 24
5 March 31- April 4 Power and Authority:
Governance in Global
Politics
The Discipline: The
House of IR and the
Great Debates
Due week 6
An Introduction to IR [core text]
p. 310-321
Towards a Global Polity
p. 145-166 in M (on Moodle)

6 April 7-11 War: The fall of the League
of Nations and the rise of
the UN
Power and Authority:
Governance in Global
Politics
Due week 7
An Introduction to IR [core text]
p. 218-230, p. 160-171 and
p. 296-309

7 April 14-18 Peace: Humanitarian
intervention, R2P and
post-conflict recovery
War and Peace Due week 7
An Introduction to IR [core text]
p. 414-425 and p. 426-439


Week Date Lecture Tutorial Reading Assessment
8 April 28 May 2 Economics: The
institutionalisation of
inequality
Independent Learning
Activity
Watch Inside Job,
write 500word analysis.
Due week 9 (and before film)
Global Politics: A New Introduction
p. 294-319
An Introduction to IR
p. 62-75

9 May 5-9 Development Economics &
Development
Due week 9
The Development Dictionary: A Guide
to Knowledge as Power
p. 6-25
An Introduction to IR
p. 372-385

10 May 12-16 Resistance:
Understanding critique
Resistance:
Understanding critique
Due week 10
An Introduction to IR
p. 91-102 and p. 76-90

11 May 19-23 The Discipline Revisited:
Positionality, privilege and
the politics of knowledge
production
Quiz Due week 12
Global Politics: A New Introduction
p. 22-44
Millennium: Journal of International
Relations
p. 167-183 (on Moodle)
Quiz to be taken during tutorial (20%)
12 May 26-30 Reflections: All these
theories, yet the bodies
keep piling up
Independent learning
activity
Write response to linked
blog on Moodle (500
words).
Due week 12
International Theory: Positivism and
Beyond. All these theories, yet the
bodies keep piling up.
p. 340-354 (on Moodle)
Global Politics: A New Introduction
p. 483-501

13 June 2-6 Reflections: All these
theories, yet the bodies
keep piling up
PORTFOLIO Due Thursday 5 June at
4pm.
2 x 750 words
Folder of evidence of engagement with
learning inc. 2x500w blogs