This is a project funded by the European Commission (€100,000) under its 7th Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (FP7-PEOPLE-2012-CIG — Grant #322146). It aims to investigate the macro- and micro-social factors and processes governing the production, organisation, transmission, and diffusion of knowledge pertaining to the international. Its conceptual, theoretical, and empirical framework is fundamentally cross-disciplinary, drawing on social and historical epistemology, social theory, and the history and sociology of knowledge and science. The overall objective is to illuminate the material and ideational factors that shape scholarly standpoints and practice, and thereby advance a praxeological and naturalist approach to epistemology.
Hamati-Ataya, Inanna. Recovering Knowledge. (monograph, in preparation).
Gofas, Andreas, Inanna Hamati-Ataya, and Nicholas Onuf (eds.) (Forthcoming 2018) The Sage Handbook of the History, Philosophy and Sociology of International Relations. Sage.
Hamati-Ataya, Inanna (Forthcoming 2018) Crafting the Reflexive Gaze: Knowledge of Knowledge in the Social Worlds of International Relations, in The Sage Handbook of the History, Philosophy and Sociology of International Relations, edited by Andreas Gofas, Inanna Hamati-Ataya and Nicholas Onuf. Sage.
Hamati-Ataya, Inanna (Forthcoming 2018) The “Vocation” Redux: A Post-Weberian Perspective from the Sociology of Knowledge. Current Sociology.
Hamati-Ataya, Inanna (2017) The Sociology of Knowledge as Post-Philosophical Epistemology: Out of IR’s ‘Socially Constructed’ Idealism. [Open Access] International Studies Review (online first).
Hamati-Ataya, Inanna (2016) IR Theory and the Question of Science, in International Relations Theory Today, 2nd edition, edited by Ken Booth and Toni Erskine (eds.), Polity Press, pp. 69-84.
Hamati-Ataya, Inanna (2016) IR, the University, and the (Re)Production of Order: Between Perversions of Agency and Duties of Subversion. In Félix Grenier and Jonas Hagmann (eds.) Forum: Sites of Knowledge (Re)production: Towards an Institutional Sociology of International Relations Scholarship. International Studies Review 18(2):366-378.
Hamati-Ataya, Inanna (2014) Outline for a Reflexive Epistemology, Epistemology & Philosophy of Science 42(4):46-66.
Hamati-Ataya, Inanna (2014) Transcending Objectivism, Subjectivism, and the Knowledge In-Between: The Subject in/of “Strong Reflexivity”, Review of International Studies 40(1): 153-175.
Hamati-Ataya, Inanna (2012) IR Theory as International Practice/Agency: A Clinical-Cynical Bourdieusian Perspective, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 40(3):625-646.