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Routledge International Handbook of Cosmopolitanism Studies

Edited by: Gerard Delanty

Print publication date:  July  2018
Online publication date:  July  2018

Print ISBN: 9781138493117
eBook ISBN: 9781351028905
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9781351028905
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Book description

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.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  1:  Kant and cosmopolitan legacies Download PDF
Chapter  2:  Radical cosmopolitanism and the tradition of insurgent universality Download PDF
Chapter  3:  There is no cosmopolitanism without universalism  Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Alt-histories of cosmopolitanism Download PDF
Chapter  5:  World history and cosmopolitanism Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Cosmopolitan thought in Weimar Germany Download PDF
Chapter  7:  The modern cognitive order, cosmopolitanism and conflicting models of world openness Download PDF
Chapter  8:  The idea of critical cosmopolitanism Download PDF
Chapter  9:  Border thinking and decolonial cosmopolitanism Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Cosmopolitanism and social research Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Performing cosmopolitanism. The context and object framing of cosmopolitan openness Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Anthropology and the new ethical cosmopolitanism Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Cosmopolitanism and ‘civilization’ Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Cosmopolitanism and translation Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Third Culture Kids and paradoxical cosmopolitanism Download PDF
Chapter  16:  Festivals, museums, exhibitions Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Aesthetic cosmopolitanism Download PDF
Chapter  18:  The cosmopolitanism of the sacred Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Imagining cosmopolitan sexualities for the twenty-first century Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Themes in cosmopolitan education Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Media cultures and cosmopolitan connections Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Interspecies cosmopolitanism Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Making heritage cosmopolitan Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Bordering and connectivity Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Cosmopolitan public space(s) Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Cosmopolitanism in cities and beyond Download PDF
Chapter  27:  Seeking global justice Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Cosmocitizens? Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Global civil society and the cosmopolitan ideal Download PDF
Chapter  30:  The commons and cosmopolitanism Download PDF
Chapter  31:  The idea of cosmopolitan solidarity Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Humanitarianism and cosmopolitanism Download PDF
Chapter  33:  A deeper framework of cosmopolitan justice Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Cosmopolitan care Download PDF
Chapter  35:  The Internet and cosmopolitanism Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Cosmopolitanism and migrant protests Download PDF
Chapter  37:  Cosmopolitan diplomacy Download PDF
Chapter  38:  Cosmopolitanism in Latin America Download PDF
Chapter  39:  Caribbean cosmopolitanism Download PDF
Chapter  40:  Americans and others Download PDF
Chapter  41:  Cosmopolitanism in Asia Download PDF
Chapter  42:  Benedict Anderson’s cosmopolitan leanings and the question of Southeast Asian subjectivity Download PDF
Chapter  43:  Unity in diversity Download PDF
Chapter  44:  Between tianxia and postsocialism Download PDF
Chapter  45:  Kyōsei Download PDF
Chapter  46:  Immigration, indigeneity and identity Download PDF
Chapter  47:  Cosmopolitanism in a European context Download PDF
Chapter  48:  Cosmopolitan Europe Download PDF
Chapter  49:  Afropolitanism and the end of Black nationalism Download PDF
Chapter  50:  Jews and cosmopolitanism from the early modern age to the global era  Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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