Postcolonizing the International: Working to Change the Way We are - Writing Past Colonialism (Hardback)
  • Postcolonizing the International: Working to Change the Way We are - Writing Past Colonialism (Hardback)

Postcolonizing the International: Working to Change the Way We are - Writing Past Colonialism (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 15/07/2006
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"Postcolonizing the International" brings post-colonialism directly into engagement with contemporary international studies, while at the same time reflecting back on the discourse, noting certain blindspots and shortcomings in critique. Reversing the established agenda, it begins with the position of non-European societies and the legacies of colonialism. Two companion essays on knowledge formations about the international and the changing nature of the political are followed by challenging reinterpretations of contemporary global politics focusing on race, skewed development, cultural difference, and everyday life. Individual chapters speak to the significance of consumption and commodification, the need for redirecting Western development stategies, initiatives of the Tibetan cabinet in exile, and sexuality as metaphor.

Publisher: University of Hawai'i Press
ISBN: 9780824830069

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