Articles

Baron, I., Havercroft, J., Kamola, I., Koomen, J., Murphy, J., & Prichard, A. Forthcoming. Liberal Pacification and the Phenomenology of Violence. International Studies Quarterly. (Download)

Havercroft, J., & Murphy, M. (2018). Is the Tea Party Libertarian, Authoritarian, or Something Else? Social Science Quarterly, 99(3), 1021-1037. DOI: 10.1111/SSQU.12495. (Link, Download)

Dunoff, J., Havercroft, J., Kumm, M., & Wiener, A. Donald Trump as Global Constitutional Breaching Experiment. Global Constitutionalism, 7(1), 1-13. DOI: 10.1017/S2045381718000035. (Download)

Havercroft, J., & Prichard, A. (2017). Anarchy and IR Theory: A Reconsideration. Journal of International Political Theory, 13(3), 252-265. DOI: 10.1177/1755088217719911. (Link, Download)

Duvall, R., & Havercroft, J. (2016). Challenges of an agonistic constructivism for international relations: comments on Antje Wiener’s A Theory of Contestation. Polity, 1-8. (Link, Download)

Havercroft, J. (2016). Introduction: Symposium on Antje Wiener’s A Theory of Contestation. Polity, 49(1), 100-108. DOI: 10.1086/689979. (Link, Download)

Murphy, J., & Havercroft, J. (2016). Is the Tea Party libertarian, authoritarian, or something else? Social Science Quarterly, 1-26. (Download)

Havercroft, J., & Owen, D. (2016). Soul-blindness, police orders and Black Lives Matter: Wittgenstein, Cavell, and Rancière. Political Theory, 44(6), 1-25. DOI: 10.1177/0090591716657857. (Link, Download)

Havercroft, J., Morales, E., (TRANS.), & Luna, I., (TRANS.) (2012). ¿Un tabú en las armas espaciales? un análisis genealógico de la no-proliferación de armas en el espacio. Escenarios XXIII(13). (Download)

Gorton, W., & Havercroft, J. (2012). Using historical simulations to teach political theory. Journal of Political Science Education, 8(1), 50-68. DOI: 10.1080/15512169.2012.641399. (Link, Download)

Havercroft, J. (2012). Was Westphalia ‘all that’? Hobbes, Bellarmine, and the norm of non-intervention. Global Constitutionalism, 1(1), 120-140. DOI: 10.1017/S2045381711000104. (Link, Download)

Havercroft, J. (2011). Skinner, Wittgenstein and historical method. Paragraph, 34(3), 371-387. DOI: 10.3366/para.2011.0031. (Link, Download)

Havercroft, J. (2010). The fickle multitude: Spinoza and the problem of global democracy. Constellations, 17(1), 120-136. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-8675.2009.00560.x. (Link, Download)

Duvall, R., & Havercroft, J. (2008). Taking sovereignty out of this world: space weapons and empire of the future. Review of International Studies, 34(4), 755-775. DOI: 10.1017/S0260210508008267. (Link, Download)

Reviews

Havercroft, J. (2017). Review essay on sovereignty. Political Theory(Download)

Havercroft, J. (2017). Book review. Wittgenstein and the Study of Politics, by Michael Temelini. Review of Metaphysics(Download)

Havercroft, J. (2012). Book review. Appeals to interest: language, contestation, and the shaping of political agency, by Dean Mathiowetz. Perspectives on Politics, 10(2), 488-489. DOI: 10.1017/S1537592712000497. (Link, Download)

Havercroft, J. (2012). Book review. Terror and territory: the spatial extent of sovereignty, by Stuart Elden. Political Theory, 11(2), e10-e13. DOI: 10.1057/cpt.2010.48. (Link, Download)

Havercroft, J. (2010). Book review. Political thought and international relations: variations on a realist theme, by Duncan Bell. Perspectives on Politics, 8(3), 981-982. DOI: 10.1017/S1537592710001891. (Link)

Havercroft, J. (2007). Book review. Just dummies, by John Clearwater. International Journal, 62(4). (Link)

Havercroft, J. (2001). Book review. Wittgenstein's philosophical investigations, by William H. Brenner. Philosophy in Review, 21(6), 404-405. (Link)

Book Chapters

Havercroft, J. (2017). Social Constructivism and International Ethics. In B. Steele, F. Robinson, & E. Heinze (Eds.), Routledge Handbook on Ethics and International Relations. Abingdon: Routledge. (Link, Download)

Havercroft, J. (2015). An inverted republicanism to resist an inverted totalitarianism: corruption as resistance in HBO’s The Wire. In S. Deylami, & J. Havercroft (Eds.), Everything is Connected: The Politics of HBO’s The Wire.  Abingdon: Routledge. (Link, Download)

Havercroft, J. (2014). “Wittgenstein, Ludwig” 6000 word entry for Encyclopedia of Political Thought. In M. Gibbons, D. Coole, E. Ellis, & Kennan Ferguson (Eds.), Wiley-Blackwell. (Download)

Duvall, R., & Havercroft, J. (2009). Critical astropolitics. In N. Bormann, & M. Sheehan (Eds.), Securing Outer Space: International Relations Theory and the Politics of Space. Abingdon: Routledge. (Link, Download)

Havercroft, J. (2008). Sovereignty, recognition, and indigenous peoples. In R. M. Price (Ed.), Moral Limit and Possibility in World Politics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Link)

Havercroft, J. (2003). On seeing liberty as. In C. Heyes (Ed.), The Grammar of Politics: Wittgenstein and Political Philosophy. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. (Link)