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Theorising Medieval Geopolitics is essential reading for those who are interested in the historical development of the . Andrew Latham is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Macalester College, Saint Paul, Minnesota

Theorising Medieval Geopolitics is essential reading for those who are interested in the historical development of the modern European state and states-system. It is invaluable for those who wish to understand what is at stake theoretically in attempting to understand the relationship between the ‘medieval’ and ‘modern’ eras. Andrew Latham is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Macalester College, Saint Paul, Minnesota. He teaches International Relations and Medieval Political Thought.

Theorising Medieval Geopolitics is essential reading for those who are interested in the historical development .

Theorising Medieval Geopolitics is essential reading for those who are interested in the historical development of the modern European state and states-system. Andrew Latham is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Macalester College, Saint Paul, Minnesota

Theorizing Medieval Geopolitics book. Latham was born in England, raised in Canada and currently lives in the United States.

Theorizing Medieval Geopolitics book. Published January 1st 2012 by Routledge (first published December 21st 2011). He graduated from York University in Toronto with a BA (Honours) in Political Science, later earned an MA from Queen’s University in Kingston and, later yet, a PhD from his alma mater, York.

The medieval era remains largely neglected in International Relations – there has been no major study of that period.

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Watts’ argument in that book is that the process of European state formation can be studied as a political phenomenon, without reference to any deeper socio-economic.

Watts’ argument in that book is that the process of European state formation can be studied as a political phenomenon, without reference to any deeper socio-economic dynamics or causes.

Over the past two decades or so, medieval geopolitics have come to occupy an increasingly prominent place in the collective imagination―and writings―of International Relations scholars. Although these accounts differ significantly in terms of their respective analytical assumptions, theoretical concerns and scholarly contributions, they share at least one common – arguably, defining – element: a belief that a careful study of medieval geopolitics can help resolve a number of important debates surrounding the nature and dynamics of "international" relations. There are however three generic weaknesses characterizing the extant literature: a general failure to examine the existing historiography of medieval geopolitics, an inadequate account of the material and ideational forces that create patterns of violent conflict in medieval Latin Christendom, and a failure to take seriously the role of "religion" in the geopolitical relations of medieval Latin Christendom.

This book seeks to address these shortcomings by providing a theoretically guided and historically sensitive account of the geopolitical relations of medieval Latin Christendom. It does this by developing a theoretically informed picture of medieval geopolitics, theorizing the medieval-to-modern transition in a new and fruitful way, and suggesting ways in which a systematic analysis of medieval geopolitical relations can actually help to illuminate a range of contemporary geopolitical phenomena. Finally, it develops an historically sensitive conceptual framework for understanding geopolitical conflict and war more generally.


Theorizing Medieval Geopolitics: War and World Order in the Age of the Crusades (Routledge Research in Medieval Studies) download epub
Humanities
Author: Andrew Latham
ISBN: 0415871840
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge (December 21, 2011)
Pages: 214 pages