Colonial and global interfacings: imperial hegemonies and democratizing resistances
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Oct 1, 2007 - Political Science - 280 pages
Contains studies that investigate the manner in which historical colonializing projects rested upon globalizing meta-narratives: theodicies and economic justifications. This title also includes case studies of specific interfacing sites: Singapore, South Africa, and Micronesia.
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Historical Generation of Interfacing Phenomena
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