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The Politics of Secularism in International Relations (Princeton Studies in International History and Politics)

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Published by Princeton University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International relations,
  • International Relations (General),
  • Political Theory,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • International Relations - General,
  • Religion, Politics & State,
  • Political Science and International Relations,
  • History & Theory - General,
  • Religion and politics,
  • Secularism,
  • World politics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11183012M
    ISBN 100691134669
    ISBN 109780691134666


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The Politics of Secularism in International Relations (Princeton Studies in International History and Politics) by Elizabeth Shakman Hurd Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Politics of Secularism in International Relations develops a new approach to religion and international relations that challenges realist, liberal, and constructivist assumptions that religion has been excluded from politics in the West. The first book to consider secularism as a form of political authority in its own right, it describes two forms of secularism and their far Cited by: The Politics of Secularism in International Relations shows why this thinking is flawed, and provides a powerful alternative.

Elizabeth Shakman Hurd argues that secularist divisions between religion and politics are not fixed, as commonly assumed, but Cited by: The Politics of Secularism in International Relations develops a new approach to religion and international relations that challenges realist, liberal, and constructivist assumptions that religion has been excluded from politics in the West.

The first book to consider secularism as a form of political authority in its own right, it describes two forms of secularism and their far. Looks at the state of secularism in international relations.

It draws upon the tension between western (Judeo-Christian and laicist) perspectives of secularism and their historical elements. The book weaves a narrative of these concepts incompatibility with non-Western perceptions of secularism and modernity/5.

The Politics of Secularism in International Relationsdevelops a new approach to religion and international relations that challenges realist, liberal, and constructivist assumptions that religion has been excluded from politics in the West. The first book to consider secularism as a form of political authority in its own right, it describes two forms of secularism and their far.

The Politics of Secularism in International Relations develops a new approach to religion and international relations that challenges realist, liberal, and constructivist assumptions that religion has been excluded from politics in the West.

The first book to consider secularism as a form of political authority in its own right, it describes two forms of secularism /5(16). The Politics of Secularism in International Relationsdevelops a new approach to religion and international relations that challenges realist, liberal, and constructivist assumptions that religion has been excluded from politics in the West.

The first book to consider secularism as a form of political authority in its own right. In The Politics of Secularism, Murat Akan reframes the question of secularism, exploring its presence both outside and inside Europe and offering a rich empirical account of how it moves across borders and through time.

Elizabeth Shakman Hurd writes and teaches about political culture, political theory, international relations and foreign policy, specializing in relations between Europe, the United States, and the Middle East. Her first book, The Politics of Secularism in International Relations, was published by Princeton University Press in Recent articles include “Political Islam and foreign policy in Europe and the United States,” Foreign Policy.

Scholars in International Relations concerned with religion and its relations to world politics are rhetorically constructing a powerful modern myth. A component of this myth is that religion is inherently violent and irrational unless controlled by the secular state, which is inherently rational and only reluctantly violent.

Timothy Fitzgerald discusses how, in this. The Politics of Secularism in International Relations. This book adopts a different starting point. Secularism is one of the most important organizing principles of modern politics.

It is a discursive tradition defined and infused by power.5 The social construction of secularism has taken two distinct paths in Cited by:   One implication of opening up this question of the politics of secularism is that it presents an alternative to realist, liberal and constructivist accounts of international relations that work on the assumption that religion has been privatized.

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The politics of secularism in international relations. [Elizabeth Shakman Hurd] -- This textbook develops a new approach to religion and international relations that challenges realist, liberal and constructivist assumptions that religion has been excluded from politics in the West.

Secularism is an important source of political authority in International Relations theory and practice. Secularists identify something called ‘religion’ and separate it from the domains of the state, the economy and by:   Religion, Diversity, and Institutional Change in France and Turkey A book talk with Murat Akan Book: Discussions of modernity—or alternative and multiple modernities—often hinge on the question of secularism, especially how it travels outside its original European context.

Too often, attempts to answer this question either imagine a universal model derived. The politics of secularism in international relations.

[Elizabeth Shakman Hurd] -- Conflicts involving religion have returned to the forefront of international relations. And yet political scientists and policymakers have continued to assume that religion has long been privatized. Religious concerns stand at the center of international politics, yet key paradigms in international relations, namely realism, liberalism, and constructivism, barely consider religion in their analysis of political subjects.

The essays in this collection rectify this. Authored by leading scholars, they introduce models that integrate religion into the study of international politics.

The Politics of Secularism: Religion, Diversity, and Institutional Change in France and Turkey A book talk by Murat Akan (Boğaziçi University) In The Politics of Secularism, Murat Akan reframes the question of secularism, exploring its presence both outside and inside Europe and offering a rich empirical account of how it moves across borders.

‘The Challenge of September 11 to Secularism in International Relations’, World Politics, (), pp. 66–95; Elizabeth Shakman Hurd, The Politics of Secularism in International Relations (Princeton: Princeton University Press, ), pp.

1–45, –54; Erin K. Wilson, After Secularism: Rethinking. The politics of secularism in Staff View; Cite this; Text this; Email this Export to EndNote; Save to List; Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag.

Saved in: The politics of secularism in international relations / Bibliographic Details; Main Author: Hurd, Elizabeth Shakman, a The politics of secularism in international relations. For a more sustained argument see Alvin Plantinga, Where the Conflict Really Lies: Science, Religion, and Naturalism (New York: Oxford University Press, ).

55Hurd, The Politics of Secularism in International Relations, 56Laitin,“Review: Religion, Political Culture, and the Weberian Tradition,” File Size: KB. The Politics of Secularism in International Relations. Princeton Studies in International History and Politics Series. Princeton: Princeton University Press, pp.

$, paper, ISBN Reviewed by Dianne Kirby Published on H-Diplo (February, ) Commissioned by Christopher L. Ball (DePaul University). Fox is the author or editor of several books and over fifty research articles and book chapters, including Political Secularism, Religion, and the State: A Time Series Analysis of Worldwide Data (forthcoming) and Religion in International Relations Theory: Interactions and Possibilities (, with Nukhet Sandal).

He received his B.A. from. The book combines recent advances in the study of political institutions with work on religion and politics to advance a novel theory of religion and international relations that will be of value to anyone studying religion, terrorism, or Islamic by: 1.

The study of religion and international relations has been gathering pace over the past few decades, and has intensified since the start of the new millennium, when the discipline experienced a sudden surge of interest attributable to world events, starting with the Iranian Revolution and culminating with U.S.

incursions into Afghanistan and Iraq. 3. Secularism and International Relations Theory, by Elizabeth Shakman Hurd 4. Another Great Awakening.

International Relations Theory and Religion, by Michael Barnett 5. Religion, Rationality, and Violence, by Monica Duffy Toft 6. Religion and International Relations: No Leap of Faith Required, by Daniel H. Nexon 7. The Politics of Secularism: Religion, Diversity, and Institutional Change in France and Turkey the prevalent idea that diversity is a new challenge to secularism and focusing on comparison itself as part of the politics of secularism, this book makes a major contribution to understanding secular politics and its limits.

Political Theory. As recent headlines reveal, conflicts and debates around the world increasingly involve secularism. National borders and traditional religions cannot keep people in tidy boxes as political struggles, doctrinal divergences, and demographic trends are sweeping across regions and entire continents.

And secularity is increasing in society, with a growing number of people. Elizabeth Shakman Hurd writes and teaches about political culture, political theory, international relations and foreign policy, specializing in relations between Europe, the United States, and the Middle East.

Her first book, The Politics of Secularism in International Relations, was published by Princeton University Press in   Not only is international relations theory no exception, but by the time it took shape as a distinct discipline (roughly, in the mids), it was decidedly not secular.

For many postwar intellectual and scholars, value relativism was the reason why liberalism had proved unable to resist the rise of : Nicolas Guilhot. 'The Challenge of September 11 to Secularism in International Relations', World Politics, (), pp.

; Elizabeth Shakman Hurd, The Politics of Secularism in International Relations (Princeton: Princeton University Press, ), pp. ; Erin K. Wilson, After Secularism: Rethinking. A standout contribution to post-secular IR theory, this book addresses issues of global politics, from cooperation to conflict, and shows how a religious metaphor, the pilgrim, can help us to rethink our concepts of self, agency, and community in a time of changing world order.

The Politics of Secularism in International Relations Elizabeth Shakman Hurd (Princeton: Princeton University Press, ), pages. National and international politics have recently undergone a religious revival of sorts and while the effects of this transformation have been far reaching, the implications have yet to be fully explored.

This chapter describes two influential trajectories of secularism and explains why they are important to contemporary world politics: laicism, from the French laïcité, which distils a particular understanding of religion and bans it from politics, and “Judeo-Christian” secularism, which defines religion as a source of unity and identity within societies and civilizations and conflict.

International Studies Association's Religion and International Relations Book Award for his book "Faithful to Secularism: The Religious Politics of Democracy in Ireland, Senegal, and the Philippines," published by Columbia University Press in Secular Sectarianism: Limits of Subaltern Politics includes several accounts of such conflicts, opening up a new area of study for further conceptualization.

This book emphasizes that citizenship in practice is expressed through the right to speak for others and not just for oneself. Still, these chapters are fair and measured.

Copson makes a persuasive case that if we want to balance the politics, religion, and freedom of his book’s subtitle, secularism, whatever its flaws, is our best hope.

There is a timeliness to this book that Copson touches on in his final chapter. In political terms, secularism is a movement towards the separation of religion and government (often termed the separation of church and state).This can refer to reducing ties between a government and a state religion, replacing laws based on scripture (such as Halakha, Dominionism, and Sharia law) with civil laws, and eliminating discrimination on the basis of .Are the secular foundations of international relations sustainable at present?

This comprehensive study shows how the global resurgence of religion confronts international relations theory with a theoretical challenge comparable to that raised by the end of the Cold War or the emergence of.