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Decolonizing Politics
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Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. Political Theory
3. Political Behavior
4. Comparative Politics
5. International Relations
6. Conclusion
Bibliography

About the Author

Robbie Shilliam is Professor of International Relations at Johns Hopkins University. His last book, Race and the Undeserving Poor, was listed in The Times newspaper's "twelve anti-racism books everybody should read" in 2020.

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"Decolonizing Politics is a necessary book as it peels back the Western assumptions about politics and political life. This is a vital text for all students of political studies."
Anthony Bogues, Brown University

"This is the kind of book that unlocks doors in people's minds. Most of all, it brings new energy to the urgent quest, the world over, to challenge Western dominance of the social sciences and humanities."
Amy Niang, University of the Witwatersrand

"In Decolonizing Politics, Shilliam provides a brilliant, erudite but also accessible and enjoyable guide to how to de-center the production of our knowledge about politics. This is a 'must read' for all students of Political Science, Political Theory and International Relations."
Kimberly Hutchings, Queen Mary University of London

"Written with spunk and verve, this book is the refreshing and exciting introduction that the discipline of political science has been waiting for! While revealing the imperial, racial, gendered, and class hierarchies that shaped the intellectual roots of the discipline's core subfields and organizing concepts, the book introduces readers to anticolonial thinkers from the margins and borderlands, who offer compelling alternative routes to reimagining the human, the citizen, the path to development, and the causes of war and peace."
Catherine Lu, McGill University

"This is a vital text for anyone committed to teaching Politics with honesty and rigour. Shilliam re-engages faithfully with canonical figures, such as Kant and Aristotle, confronting the constitutive dehumanising exclusions which have since been airbrushed from their theories, before introducing routes to repair by way of thinkers, such as Wynter and Anzaldua, who imagine humanity without exclusions."
Lisa Tilley, Birkbeck, University of London

"Political Science needs to be decolonized and Robbie Shilliam has done it. Crisp, clear and accessible, this book exceeds the ambition of a conventional textbook by developing and applying a decolonial method of reading across the discipline's subfields."
David L. Blaney, Macalester College

"In Decolonizing Politics, Robbie Shilliam challenges Political Science to critically examine the colonial and racist logics at the foundations of the discipline. It may be an introductory text aimed at undergraduates, but I wish all mainstream political scientists dared to engage with its premise."
Times Higher Education

"A valuable contribution to academic life."
Ethnic and Racial Studies

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