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Competing Autonomy Claims and the Changing Grammar of Global Politics.
This article argues that contending ideas about autonomy lie behind current discourses of human rights, claims to nation-state and cultural autonomy, and democracy promotion. Globalizing processes are bringing these contested ...
Experimental Writing and Reading Across Borders in Decolonizing Contexts.
Reading across epistemic borders in a globalizing world requires a revised understanding of how experimentation functions in decolonizing contexts by intervening to trouble the prevailing paradigms through which readers ...
Mobile Localities: Beyond Monocultures of the Mind.
Employing insights from contemporary postcolonial, decolonial, and indigenous theory, this article argues that home, identity, and the politics of naming “here” are emerging as complex “mobile localities” with implications ...