1. Global South: Predicament and Promise
  2. Arif Dirlik
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  1. Incomparable: The Destiny of Comparative Literature, Globalization or Not
  2. Jan M. Ziolkowski
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  1. The University, the Universe, the World, and "Globalization"
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  1. U.S. Southern and Latin American Studies: Postcolonial and Inter-American Approaches
  2. Deborah Cohn
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  1. Our Leviathan, Ourselves: Global South as "Tropical City on a Hill'?
  2. Mike Hill
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  1. The New Humanities: The Intercultural, the Comparative, and the Interdisciplinary
  2. Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek
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  1. For Northern Displacements: Understanding the Meaning of Madness in Global Constructions of HIV/AIDS
  2. Rosemary Jolly
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  1. Southern Like US?
  2. Sharon Monteith
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  1. Translation-9/11: Terrorism, Immigration, and the World of Global Language Politics
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  1. The Romance of the Subaltern in the Twilight of Citizenship
  2. Eva Cherniavsky
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  1. "To dig a well with a needle": Orhan Pamuk's Poem of Comparative Globalization
  2. Grant Farred
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  1. global positioning; or, telling tales of where we are
  2. Christopher Kelen
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  1. Down Under: New World Literatures and Ecocriticism
  2. George B. Handley
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  1. The Scholar and the State
  2. Gaurav Desai
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  1. Eurasian Fiction
  2. Walter Cohen
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  1. Ghosts of the Great South Land
  2. Gerry Turcotte
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  1. Everywhere But Always Somewhere: Critical Geographies of the Global South
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  1. The Great War and the Female Elegy: Female Lamentation and Silence in Global Contexts
  2. Margaret Higonnet
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  1. Loving that Briar Patch: Southern Literature and Politics
  2. Diane Roberts
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  1. Shibboleths: The Production of Culture
  2. Kenneth W. Harrow
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  1. "The Global South": Yet Another Attempt to Engage the Other
  2. Dorothy Figueira
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  1. The U.S. South and the Future of the Postcolonial
  2. Jon Smith
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  1. Heading South
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  1. Preface & Acknowledgments
  2. Alfred J. López
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  1. Introduction: The (Post)global South
  2. Alfred J. López
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  1. Introduction: Comparative Literature and the Return of the Global Repressed
  2. Alfred J. Lopez
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  1. Contributors
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  1. Contributors
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