1. Editorial Note
  2. Walter Mignolo
  3. pp. 461-463
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  1. Europe, Modernity, and Eurocentrism
  2. Enrique D. Dussel, Javier Krauel, Virginia C. Tuma
  3. pp. 465-478
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  1. Not "Studying the Subaltern," but Studying with "Subaltern" Social Groups, or, at Least, Studying the Hegemonic Articulations of Power
  2. Daniel Mato
  3. pp. 479-502
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  1. Traditional and Critical Theories of Culture
  2. Santiago Castro-Gomez, Adriana Johnson
  3. pp. 503-518
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  1. Eurocentrism and Colonialism in Latin American Social Thought
  2. Edgardo Lander
  3. pp. 519-532
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  1. Coloniality of Power, Eurocentrism, and Latin America
  2. Anibal Quijano, Michael Ennis
  3. pp. 533-580
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  1. Ethnoqueer Rearchitexturing of Metropolitan Space
  2. Frederick Luis Aldama
  3. pp. 581-604
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  1. Whenever Green Is Red: James Connolly and Postcolonial Theory
  2. Gregory Dobbins
  3. pp. 605-648
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  1. Critical Passions (review)
  2. Kate Jenckes
  3. pp. 649-656
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 657-658
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