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Provincializing Europe: Postcolonial Thought and Historical Difference.
Provincializing Europe: Postcolonial Thought and Historical Difference. Dipesh Chakrabaity. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2000. ix + 301 pp., notes, index
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Integral Europe - Fast Capitalism, Multiculturalism, Neofascism
Preface ix Acknowlegments xi Chapter One: Inner Landscapes 3 Part One: EUROPE 17 Chapter Two: Flowering of Cultures 19 Chapter Three: Science and Metaphysics of Solidarity 37 Chapter Four: CulturalExpand
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Economy of Words: Communicative Imperatives in Central Banks
Markets are artifacts of language - so Douglas R. Holmes argues in this deeply researched look at central banks and the people who run them. Working at the intersection of anthropology, linguistics,Expand
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ECONOMY OF WORDS
Markets are artifacts of language—so Douglas R. Holmes argues in this deeply researched look at central banks and the people who run them. Working at the intersection of anthropology, linguistics,Expand
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Fast Capitalism: Para-Ethnography and the Rise of the Symbolic Analyst
The social theorist’s oscillation between the market as the artifact of knowledge and as evidence of its limits finds powerful expression in the events now shaping the financial world. In theExpand
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Brexit Referendum: first reactions from anthropology
My immediate reaction to the results of the British Referendum on leaving or remaining in the EU was to remember Alexei Yurchak’s book, Everything was forever, until it was no more (Yurchak 2006). InExpand
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Cultural Disenchantments: Worker Peasantries in Northeast Italy
Douglas Holmes develops the concept of peasant-worker society to analyze a kind of social formation that has until now gone largely unrecognized and unstudied. His book portrays the dissonantExpand
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