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by Saurabh Dube,Ishita Banerjee-Dube

  • Author: Saurabh Dube,Ishita Banerjee-Dube
  • ISBN: 8187358238
  • ISBN13: 978-8187358237
  • ePub: 1192 kb | FB2: 1945 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Humanities
  • Publisher: Social Science Press (March 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 257
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Preface 1. Introduction: Critical Questions of Colonial Modernities 2. Reading a Silence: The Indian in the Era of Zapatismo 3. Between Anthropology and History: Manuel Gamio and Mexican Anthropological Modernity, 1916-1935 4. Mapping Oppositions: Enchanted Spaces and Modern Places 5. Postmodern Geographies of the . South 6. Orientalism, Anti-Orientalism, Relativism 7. Henry S. Maine: History and Antiquity in Law 8. Uncertain Dominance: The Colonial State and Its Contradictions 9. World-System and Trans -Modernity 10.

Unbecoming Modern : Colonialism, Modernity, Colonial Modernities. by Ishita Banerjee-Dube. Moving beyond recent to redefine the concept of modernity in terms of anterior histories, alternative patterns and divergent trajectories, this volume focuses specifically on the relationship between colonialism and modernity.

Compared to studies dealing with colonial modernities as circumscribed . oceedings{Dube2006UnbecomingM, title {Unbecoming modern : colonialism, modernity, colonial modernities}, author {Saurabh Dube and Ishita Banerjee-Dube}, year {2006} }.

Compared to studies dealing with colonial modernities as circumscribed by a particular area (for example, East Asia) or a special concern (for instance, sexuality), this unique collection brings a range of disciplines and perspectives, areas and concerns.

colonial modernity, and to discourses of alternative or multiple modernities. dealing with colonialism in the present are quite evident in the discussions. provoked by the book Empire, by Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri, and their

colonial modernity, and to discourses of alternative or multiple modernities. provoked by the book Empire, by Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri, and their. argument that imperialism has now given way to an abstract Empire, with-. out a clearly identifiable center or boundaries, where empire is as much a.

Colonialism, Modernity, Colonial Modernities. It explores the vital impact of the colonial pasts of India, Mexico, China, and even the Unites States, on the processes through which these countries have become modern

Colonialism, Modernity, Colonial Modernities. First Published 2019. It explores the vital impact of the colonial pasts of India, Mexico, China, and even the Unites States, on the processes through which these countries have become modern. The collection is unique, as it brings together a range of disciplines and perspectives. The topics discussed include the Zapatista movement in Southern Mexico, the image of the South in recent African-American literature, the theories of Andre Gunder Frank about the early modernization of Asian countries, and the contradictions of the colonial state in India.

After teaching at the University of Delhi, since 1995 he is Professor of History at the Center of Asian and African Studies at El Colegio de México in Mexico City long been one of the most interesting and perceptive scholars addressing the dilemmas of modernity in South Asia.

Introduction: Enchantments of Modernity. The Medieval and the Modern There is something uncannily pressing, unerringly close to home, about modernitys enchantments, now drawing in and now reaching beyond scholarly understandings

Introduction: Enchantments of Modernity. The idea of modernity rests on rupture. The Medieval and the Modern There is something uncannily pressing, unerringly close to home, about modernitys enchantments, now drawing in and now reaching beyond scholarly understandings. 1 Consider, for example, one among many of the Talibans depredations, their destruction of the giant Buddha statues in Bamiyan in January, and the responses this act engendered.

In this volume well-known scholars from India and Latin America-Enrique Dussel, Madhu Dubey, Walter Mignolo, and Sudipta Sen, to name a few-discuss the concepts of modernity and colonialism, and describe how the two relate to each other. This explores the vital impact of the colonial pasts of India, Mexico, China, and even the United States on the processes through which these countries have become modern. The collection is unique as it brings together a range of disciplines and perspectives. The topics discussed include the Zapatista movement in southern Mexico, the image of the South in recent African-American literature, the theories of Andre Gunder Frank about the early modernization of Asian countries, and the contradictions of the colonial state in India.
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