dr hab. Agnieszka Rothert

Wydział Dziennikarstwa i Nauk Politycznych

Uniwersytet Warszawski








czwartki w godz. 16.45-18.15


Instytut Nauk Politycznych

ul. Nowy Świat 67

pok. 202


Prof. Agnieszka Rothert


office hours: Tuesday, 4.50-6.20 p.m/ 16.50-18.20, Nowy Świat 67, room 210

(examination – presentation)



Networks, complex adaptive systems and politics.

Global Civil Society.

Netwars, swarms and protest politics.

Transnational networks of terror, crime and mercenaries.

Emergence of private authority.

Networked governance.

Complex sovereignty.



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Arquilla J., Ronfeldt D. (2001) Networks and Netwars: The Future of Terror, Crime and  Militancy, RAND, Santa Monica, CA

Barabasi  A-L. (2003)  Linked: The New Science of Networks, Perseus Publishing, Cambridge,


Bauman Z. (2000) Liquid Modernity, Polity Press, Cambridge

Bauwens (2005) “The Political Economy of Peer Production”,, 

Benner T., Reinicke W.H.,Witte J.M. (2005) „Multisectoral Networks in Global Governance: Towards Pluralistic System of Accountability”, (w:) Held D., Koenig-Archibugi M.(red.) Global Governance and Public Accountability, Blackwell, Malden, MA

Benz A., Papadopoulos Y.(2006) Governance and Democracy, Routlege, London

Castells M. (1997) The Power of Identity, Blackwell, Oxford

Castells M. (1998) End of Millenium, Blackwell, Oxford

Castells M. (2000) The Rise of Network Society, Blackwell, Oxford

Cleaver H. (1998) “The Zapatista Effect: The Internet and the Rise of an Alternative Political Fabric”, Journal of International Affairs, t.51, nr.2

Fountain J. (2001) Building the Virtual State: Information Technology and Institutional Change, Brookings Institution Press, Washington, DC

Friedman T.L (1999) The world is flat, New York

Fukuyama F. (1992) The End of History and the Last Man, Penguin, Harmondsworth; Fukuyama F. (1999) The Great Disruptions: Human Nature and the Reconstruction of Social Order, Free Press, New York

E. Grande, L.W. Pauly (2007) Complex Sovereignty. Reconstituting Political Authority in the Twenty-First Century, Toronto, University of Toronto Press

Habermas J. (2001) The Postantional Constellation, tłum./red. Pensky M., MIT Press,  Cambridge, MA

R.B. Hall, T. J. Biersteker (2007) The Emergence of Private Authority in Global Governance,  Cambridge, New York, Cambridge University Press

Hardt M., Negri A. (2000) Empire, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA

Johnson S. (2001) Emergence. The Connected Lives of Ants, Brains, Cities and  Software,Scribner, New York, London, Toronto, Sydney 

Keane J. (2003) The Global Civil Society, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge

Kamarc E.C., Nye J.S. Democracy in Information Age, Brookings  Institution Press, Washington, DC

Miller J.H., Page S.E. (2007) Complex Adaptive Systems : An Introduction to Computational Models of Social Life, Princeton University Press, Princeton, Oxford

Monge P.R., Contractor N.S Theories of Communication Networks, Oxford University Press, Oxford

Newman M., Barabasi A-L., Watts, D.J. (2006) The Structure and Dynamics of Networks,  Princeton University Press, Princeton, Oxford

Reinicke W.H. (1998) Global Public Policy. Governing without Government, Brookings Institution Press, Washington, DC

Reinicke W.H., Deng F.M. (2000) Critical Choices: The United Nations, Networks and Future of Global Governance, IDRC, Ottawa

Rheingold H. (2002) Smart Mobs. The Next Social Revolution, Perseus Publishing, Cambridge, MA

Slaughter A-M. (2004) A New World Order, Princeton University Press, Princeton, Oxford of Chicago Press, Chicago

Thacker E. (2004) “Networks, Swarms, Multitudes” , (w:),

Tully J. (2006) “Communication and Imperialism”,,

Urry J. (2003) Global Complexity, Polity Press, Cambridge, Oxford

Watts D.J. (1999) Small Worlds. The Dynamics of Networks Between Order and Randomness,

 Princeton University Press, Princeton, New York

Watts D.J. (2003) Six Degrees. The Science of a Connected Age, W.W. Norton, New York

Welsh I. (2002) “Where Do Movements Frames Come From? Insights from S 26 and Global ‘Anticapitalist’ Mobilization” , (w:) Chesters G. “Shape Shifting: Civil Society, \ Complexity and Social Movements”, Anarchist Studies, 11.1 

Witte J.M., Reinicke W.H., Benner T. (2002) “Networked Governance: Developing a ResearchAgenda,