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Culture and Tactics
Culture and Tactics (October 2019)
Gramsci, Race, and the Politics of Practice
Robert F. Carley - Author

 
 
The Politics of People
The Politics of People (October 2019)
Protest Cultures in China
Shih-Diing Liu - Author

 
 
Unsettling Colonialism
Unsettling Colonialism (October 2019)
Gender and Race in the Nineteenth-Century Global Hispanic World
N. Michelle Murray - Editor

 
 
Earthly Encounters
Earthly Encounters (September 2019)
Sensation, Feminist Theory, and the Anthropocene
Stephanie D. Clare - Author

 
 
Forms of Disappointment
Forms of Disappointment (September 2019)
Cuban and Angolan Narrative after the Cold War
Lanie Millar - Author

 
 
Subjects That Matter
Subjects That Matter (August 2019)
Philosophy, Feminism, and Postcolonial Theory
Namita Goswami - Author

 
 
The State of Race
The State of Race (July 2019)
Asian/American Fiction after World War II
Sze Wei Ang - Author

An innovative comparative study of the role racial stereotypes play in expressing state power under globalization.

Contemporary ideas about race are often assumed to be products of specific locales and histories, yet we find versions of the same ideas about race across countries and cultures. How can we account for this paradox? In The State of Race, Sze Wei Ang argues that globalization has led to new ways of using raci...(Read More)
 
 
Speaking Face to Face
Speaking Face to Face (June 2019)
The Visionary Philosophy of María Lugones
Pedro J. DiPietro - Editor
Jennifer McWeeny - Editor
Shireen Roshanravan - Editor

The first in-depth analysis of the radical feminist theory and coalitional praxis of scholar-activist María Lugones.

Speaking Face to Face provides an unprecedented, in-depth look at the feminist philosophy and practice of the renowned Argentinian-born scholar-activist María Lugones. Informed by her identification as “nondiasporic Latina” and US Woman of Color, as well as her long-term commitment...(Read More)
 
 
Global Origins of the Modern Self, from Montaigne to Suzuki
Global Origins of the Modern Self, from Montaigne to Suzuki (May 2019)
Avram Alpert - Author

Explores how writers across five continents and four centuries have debated ideas about what it means to be an individual, and shows that the modern self is an ongoing project of global history.

In Global Origins of the Modern Self, from Montaigne to Suzuki, Avram Alpert contends that scholars have yet to fully grasp the constitutive force of global connections in the making of modern selfhood. Alpert argues that canonic...(Read More)
 
 
Beyond Bergson
Beyond Bergson (April 2019)
Examining Race and Colonialism through the Writings of Henri Bergson
Andrea J. Pitts - Editor
Mark William Westmoreland - Editor
Leonard Lawlor - Foreword by

Examines Bergson’s work from the perspectives of critical philosophy of race and decolonial theory, placing it in conversation with theorists from Africa, the African Diaspora, and Latin America.

Building upon recent interest in Henri Bergson’s social and political philosophy, this volume offers a series of fresh and novel perspectives on Bergson’s writings through the lenses of critical philosophy of race and...(Read More)
 
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