Fielding Transnationalism presents a collection of original essays that explore the promises of the theory of social fields, a concept advanced most prominently by Pierre Bourdieu, for the analysis of global relations.
- Features contributions from leading experts who scrutinize how transnational relationships in different areas are shaped by field dynamics
- Draws on case studies ranging from the fields of religion, journalism, human rights, the social sciences, imperial governance, and the arts to the European Central Bank
- Combines theoretical discussion with empirical approaches to provide an essential teaching resource on global issues
- Offers a conceptual toolkit for researchers concerned with international and transnational phenomena across the social sciences