Working Papers & Symposia
This page contains links to Duck of Minerva Working Papers and Symposia. All papers are formatted in PDF. Symposia entries are in HTML.
- Daniel H. Nexon, “In Praise of Mid-Range Tools: Using Historical Institutionalism to Bring Context and Dynamics Analysis to International Relations,” 0.2012 (15 April 2012).
- Stuart J. Kaufman, “Constructivism, Social Psychology, and Interlocking Theory,” 1.2012 (25 June 2012).
- Patrick Thaddeus Jackson, “Fear of Relativism,” 2.2012 (18 July 2012).
- Patrick Thaddeus Jackson and Daniel H. Nexon, “I CAN HAS IR THEORY?” 1.2013 (8 January 2012).
- Patrick Thaddeus Jackson, ed. “Iain M. Banks’ Hydrogen Sonata” (December 2012). Chris Brown: A Triumphant Return to Form | Gerard van der Ree: Learning from Utopia | Iver B. Neumann: Religion and the Sublime | Patrick Thaddeus Jackson: Actors on the Sci-Fi Stage | Dan Nexon: To Sim, Perchance to Dream | Iain M. Banks’ reply | All Posts
- Matthew Kroenig, Todd Sechser, and Matt Fuhrmann. “Debating the Benefits of Nuclear Superiority for Crisis Bargaining (March 2013). Kroenig: Part I | Sechser and Fuhrmann: Part II | Kroenig: Part III | Sechser and Fuhrmann: Part IV | All Posts
- David Lake, Alexandre Debs, and Nuno P. Monteiro on the Causes of the Iraq War (July 2013). Debs and Monteiro: Part I | David Lake: Part II | Debs and Monteiro: Part III | All Posts
- The End of International Relations Theory? The end of International Relations theory? Tim Dunne, Lene Hansen and Colin Wight. Response: Inanna Hamati-Ataya. 6 September 2013 | Leaving theory behind: Why simplistic hypothesis testing is bad for International Relations. John J. Mearsheimer and Stephen M. Walt. Response: Dan Reiter. 7 September 2013 | The mother of all isms: Causal mechanisms and structured pluralism in International Relations theory. Andrew Bennett. Response: Stacie E. Goddard. 8 September 2013 | The poverty of Grand Theory. Chris Brown. Response: David Edelstein. 9 September 2013 | Constructivism or the eternal return of universals in International Relations. Charlotte Epstein.Response: Vivienne Jabri. 10 September 2013 | The ends of International Relations theory: Stages of reflexivity and modes of theorizing. Stefano Guzzini. Response: Cameron Thies. 11 September 2013 | International theory in a post-paradigmatic era: From substantive wagers to scientific ontologies.Patrick Thaddeus Jackson and Daniel Nexon. Response: Janice Bially Mattern. 12 September 2013 | Theory is dead, long live theory: The end of the Great Debates and the rise of eclecticism in International Relations. David A. Lake. Response: Phil Arena. 13 September 2013 | Beyond metatheory? Christian Reus-Smit. Response: Milja Kurki. 14 September 2013 | Experiencing the end and afterlives of International Relations/theory. Christine Sylvester. Response: Lauren Wilcox. 15 September 2013 | Core, periphery and (neo)imperialist International Relations. Arlene B. Tickner. Response: Naeem Inayatullah. 16 September 2013 | In the beginning: The International Relations enlightenment and the ends of International Relations theory. Michael C. Williams. Response: Daniel Levine. 17 September 2013 | Response to the Special Issue. Felix Berenskoetter. 18 September 2013.