Exploring the formation and transformation of the darker side of modernity: coloniality

Essays

This page displays selected essays by members of our Executive and Editorial Boards available on-line in different languages.

-Dalida María Benfield (Ed.), 2009.  Decolonizing the Digital/Digital Decolonization. Volume 3, Dossier 1. Center for Global Studies and the Humanities. Duke University.http://trinity.duke.edu/globalstudies/volume-31-decolonizing-the-digitaldigital-decolonization

-Dalida María Benfield, 2008. After Memory: Ghosts, Ancestralities and Chrono-politics. http://www.michelledizon.com/index.php?/on-dizon/dalida-maria-benfield/

-Gurminder K. Bhambra, 2007. Sociology and Postcolonialism: Another “Missing” Revolution? Sociology Special Issue: Sociology and its Public Face(s) 41(5): 871-84.http://soc.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/41/5/871

-Manuela Boatca, 2006. Semiperipheries in the World-System. Reflecting Latin American and Eastern European Experiences, Journal of World-Systems Research, XII, II. http://www.jwsr.ucr.edu/archive/vol12/number2/pdf/jwsr-v12n2-boatca.pdf

-Manuela Boatca, 2010. Grenzsetzende Macht. Geopolitische Strategien europäischer Identitätsbildung, Berliner Journal für Soziologie, 20. 1. 2010. http://www.springerlink.com/content/j5515n488770v272/fulltext.pdf

-Sabine Broeck, 2008. Enslavement as Regime of Western Modernity: Re-reading Gender Studies Epistemology Through Black Feminist Critique. http://www.genderforum.org/index.php?id=172

-Kuan-Hsing Chen, Sechin Y. S. Chien, and Tao-lin Hwang, 2009. Knowledge Production in the Era of Neo-liberal Globalization: Reflections on the Changing Academic Conditions in Taiwan. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 10:2,206 — 228. http://www.inter-asia.org/khchen/Chen%20and%20Chien_text.pdf

-Marina Grzinic, Guest editor, 2010. Pavilion #14: Biopolitics, Necropolitics and De-Coloniality. http://www.pavilionmagazine.org/pavilion_14.pdf

-Guo-Juin Hong, 2007. Framing Time: New Women and the Cinematic Representation of Colonial Modernity in 1930s Shanghai.http://muse.jhu.edu/login?uri=/journals/positions/v015/15.3hong.html

-Nayoung Aimee Kwon, 2010. Colonial Modernity and the Conundrum of Representation: Korean Literature in the Japanese Empire. Postcolonial Studies 13.4 December 2010, pp. 421-439.
http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all~content=a929757694~frm=titlelink

-Gregory Lee, 2010. If America Were Really China or How Christopher Columbus Discovered Asia. In: Jan Olsson, Rethinking American Studies ¬- Media, Languages and Geographies, National Library of Sweden. http://ssrn.com/abstract=1512542

-Gregory Lee, 2009. No More Heroes? The Chinese Nobel Laureates that Weren’t. In: Brigitte Gauthier, ed., Viva Pinter: Harold Pinter’s Spirit of Resistance, pp. 161-167, Peter Lang. http://ssrn.com/abstract=1514012

-Gregory Lee, 2008. Modern  China’s Long Decade: Between the Fall of the Gang of Four and the Rise of Best-¬Sellers. Wasafiri (Routledge) , Volume 23 Issue 3, 2008 ; Sciences de l’Homme et de la Société (HAL – SHS)    http://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/docs/00/26/64/07/PDF/WasafiriHALsubmit.pdf

-Walter Mignolo, 2010: Colonialidad. La Cara Oculta de la Modernidad. http://esferapublica.org/nfblog/?p=12423

-Robbie Shilliam, 2011. Keskidee Aroha: Translation on the Colonial Stage. Journal of Historical Sociology 24 (1).
http://vuw.academia.edu/robbieshilliam/Papers/405816/Keskidee_Aroha_Translation_on_the_Colonial_Stage

-Madina Tlostanova, 2008. The Janus-faced Empire Distorting Orientalist Discourses: Gender, Race and Religion in the Russian/(post)Soviet Constructions of the ”Orient”.http://www.jhfc.duke.edu/wko/dossiers/1.3/documents/TlostanovaWKO2.2_000.pdf

-Madina Tlostanova, 2009. Towards a Decolonization of Thinking and Knowledge: a Few Reflections from the World of Imperial Difference. http://antville.org/static/m1/files/madina_tlostanova_decolonia_thinking.pdf

-Hong-An Truong, 2010. Dinh Q. Lê at P.P.O.W. http://idiommag.com/2010/02/dinh-q-le-at-p-p-o-w/

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