Asking We Walk: The South As a Political Imaginary Corinne Kumar

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Published: 2007

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354 pages


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Asking We Walk: The South As a Political Imaginary  by  Corinne Kumar

Asking We Walk: The South As a Political Imaginary by Corinne Kumar
2007 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 354 pages | ISBN: | 8.50 Mb

An anthology of essays challenging the norms and definitions set by the dominant powers. It peels universal humanitarian problems to the core producing a clear vision of the reasons behind global suffering. These essays challenge the dominantMoreAn anthology of essays challenging the norms and definitions set by the dominant powers.

It peels universal humanitarian problems to the core producing a clear vision of the reasons behind global suffering. These essays challenge the dominant discourses of science and technology, of development and democracy, of poverty and privilege, of the colonization of our economic and political structures, of the colonization of our minds and our imagination.Essays and contributors:1. The Upside-Down World, Eduardo Galeano2.

Eradicating Poverty or the Poor?, Majid Rahnema3. Africa: cradle of a New Humanity?, Demba Moussa Dembele4. Addicted to Virtue: The Globalization Policy-Maker, Marguerite Waller5.The Global Crisis: A Crisis of Values, Fatima Meer6.Dignity: Security of Movement, Security of Livelihood, Farida Akhter7.An Illness Called Medical Science- Manu Kothari, Lopa Mehta, Vatsal Kothari8.

Public Spaces: The Architecture of Supervised Freedom, R L Kumar9. Resisting Hegemony- Raising Dignity, Chandra Muzaffar10. In Defence of Humanity: Radicalization of Popular Struggles, Samir Amin11. Towards the Theory of Alter-Globalism, Alexander Buzgalin12. Challenges to Capitalism and Socialism: Is there Another Way?, Humberto Luis Miranda Lorenzo13.

Ten Dispatches About Places, John Berger14. Hiroshima, August 2006, Rosalie Bertell15. Nuclear Weapons: The Narrowing North-South Divide, David Krieger16. Closing Time, Gentlemen!, Claus Biegert17. Right, Left and Centre in the Sciences of Nature, J P S Uberoi18. From Science to Wisdom in the 21st Century, Fédérique Apffel-Marglin19. The One Central Mountain: Universalism In Political Discourse, Corrine Kumar20. Fighting Empire, An Interview with Ramsey Clark21.

UN Sanctions: Genocide and Invasions, Denis J Halliday22. The Man Who Mistook His Wife For a Book, Lawrence Liang23. Democracy and Indigenous Autonomy in Latin America, Gilberto Lopez y Rivas24. Democracy In Our Times, Noam Chomsky



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