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Peter Marcus Kristensen
Peter Marcus Kristensen
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen
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Revisiting the “American Social Science”—Mapping the Geography of International Relations
PM Kristensen
International Studies Perspectives, 2015
1752015
Dividing discipline: structures of communication in international relations
PM Kristensen
International Studies Review 14 (1), 32-50, 2012
912012
Constructing a Chinese international relations theory: A sociological approach to intellectual innovation
PM Kristensen, RT Nielsen
International Political Sociology 7 (1), 19-40, 2013
882013
International relations at the end: a sociological autopsy
PM Kristensen
International Studies Quarterly 62 (2), 245-259, 2018
712018
Discipline admonished: On International Relations fragmentation and the disciplinary politics of stocktaking
PM Kristensen
European Journal of International Relations 22 (2), 243-267, 2016
562016
How can emerging powers speak? On theorists, native informants and quasi-officials in International Relations discourse
PM Kristensen
Third World Quarterly 36 (4), 637-653, 2015
472015
The elephant in the room: mapping the latent communication pattern in European Union studies
MD Jensen, PM Kristensen
Journal of European Public Policy 20 (1), 1-20, 2013
422013
The South in “global IR”: Worlding beyond the “non-West” in the case of Brazil
PM Kristensen
International Studies Perspectives 22 (2), 218-239, 2021
282021
Remembering and forgetting IPE: Disciplinary history as boundary work
B Clift, PM Kristensen, B Rosamond
Review of International Political Economy 29 (2), 339-370, 2022
262022
After abdication: America debates the future of global leadership
PM Kristensen
Chinese Political Science Review 2, 550-566, 2017
252017
International Relations in China and Europe: The Case for Interregional Dialogue in a Hegemonic Discipline
PM Kristensen
Pacific Review, 2015
252015
‘You need to do something that the Westerners cannot understand': The innovation of a Chinese school of IR
RT Nielsen, PM Kristensen
Chinese Politics and International Relations, 97-118, 2014
20*2014
Rising powers in the International Relations discipline: Sociological inquiries into a dividing discipline and the quest for non-Western theory
PM Kristensen
Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen, 2015
19*2015
Southern sensibilities: advancing third wave sociology of international relations in the case of Brazil
PM Kristensen
Journal of International Relations and Development 22, 468-494, 2019
17*2019
‘Peaceful change’in International Relations: a conceptual archaeology
PM Kristensen
International Theory 13 (1), 36-67, 2021
142021
The Curious Case of ‘Schools’ of IR: From the Sociology to the Geopolitics of Knowledge
Y Zhang, PM Kristensen
The Chinese Journal of International Politics 10 (4), 429-454, 2017
132017
Leadership with Chinese characteristics
PM Kristensen, P Morgan
Chinese Political Science Review 3, 1-9, 2018
122018
Navigating the core-periphery structures of “global” IR
PM Kristensen
Constructing a Chinese School of International Relations: Ongoing Debates …, 2016
12*2016
The Global Division of Labor in a Not So Global Discipline
W Wemheuer-Vogelaar, PM Kristensen, M Lohaus
All Azimuth: A Journal of Foreign Policy and Peace 11 (1), 3-27, 2022
92022
States of emergence, states of knowledge: A comparative sociology of international relations in China and India
PM Kristensen
European Journal of International Relations 25 (3), 772-799, 2019
92019
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