Scott Hamilton
Scott Hamilton
The Balsillie School of International Affairs & Wilfrid Laurier University
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Securing ourselves from ourselves? The paradox of “entanglement” in the Anthropocene
S Hamilton
Crime, Law and Social Change 68 (5), 579-595, 2017
172017
The measure of all things? The Anthropocene as a global biopolitics of carbon
S Hamilton
European Journal of International Relations 24 (1), 33-57, 2018
152018
Add Foucault and Stir? The Perils and Promise of Governmentality and the Global
S Hamilton
ERIS-European Review of International Studies 1 (2), 2014
122014
A genealogy of metatheory in IR: how ‘ontology’emerged from the inter-paradigm debate
S Hamilton
International Theory 9 (1), 136-170, 2017
92017
Pedagogical tools to explore Cartesian mind-body dualism in the classroom: philosophical arguments and neuroscience illusions
S Hamilton, TJ Hamilton
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1155, 2015
92015
Foucault’s End of History: The Temporality of Governmentality and its End in the Anthropocene
S Hamilton
Millennium, 0305829818774892, 2014
92014
Action, technology, and the homogenisation of place: why climate change is antithetical to political action
S Hamilton
Globalizations 13 (1), 62-77, 2016
52016
Governing through the climate: climate change, the anthropocene, and global governmentality
S Hamilton
The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), 2017
2017
Book Review: General Politics: Climate-Challenged Society
S Hamilton
Political Studies Review 13 (4), 595-596, 2015
2015
Climate‐Challenged Society by John S. Dryzek, Richard B. Norgaard and David Schlosberg. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013. 169pp., 55.00, ISBN 978 0 1996 6010 0
S Hamilton
Political Studies Review 13 (4), 595-596, 2015
2015
The Global Climate Has Always Been Broken: Failures of Climate Governance as Global Governmentality
S Hamilton
Caucasus International 5 (2), 141-162, 2015
2015
Book Review: International Relations: Recovering International Relations: The Promise of Sustainable Critique
S Hamilton
Political Studies Review 13 (1), 105-105, 2015
2015
Recovering International Relations: The Promise of Sustainable Critique by Daniel J. Levine. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012. 331pp., 22.50, ISBN 978 0 19 991608 5
S Hamilton
Political Studies Review 13 (1), 105-105, 2015
2015
Action, Technology, and the Homogenization of Place: Why Climate Change is Antithetical to Political Action
S Hamilton
Globalizations 13 (1), 6, 2015
2015
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