Dissenting Knowledges, Open Futures: The Multiple Selves and Strange Destinations of Ashis Nandy
Oxford University Press, 2000 - Political Science - 352 pages
This volume is the first attempt to engage with one of the world's leading political and cultural theorists, Ashis Nandy. It includes a selection of Nandy's writings as well as analytical perspectives on his work.
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