1. The Indianization of Globalization
  2. Pedro Lasch
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  1. Haiti’s Need for a Great South
  2. Jean Casimir, Eglantine Colon, Michelle Koerner
  3. pp. 14-36
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  1. Does Europe Have a South?: An Essay on Borders
  2. Roberto M. Dainotto
  3. pp. 37-50
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  1. Southeastern Europe and the Question of Knowledge, Capital, and Power
  2. Marina Gržinić
  3. pp. 51-65
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  1. The South of the Poor North: Caucasus Subjectivity and the Complex of Secondary “Australism”
  2. Madina Tlostanova
  3. pp. 66-84
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  1. Empire’s Afterlife: The “South” of Japan and “Asian” Heroes in Popular Culture
  2. Leo Ching
  3. pp. 85-100
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  1. Placebo Intellectuals in the Wake of Cosmopolitanism: A “Pharmacological” Approach to Roberto Bolaño’s novel 2666
  2. Hermann Herlinghaus
  3. pp. 101-119
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  1. Conjectures on “Americanity” and Junot Díaz’s “Fukú Americanus” in The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao
  2. José David Saldívar
  3. pp. 120-136
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  1. Central American-Americanness, Latino/a Studies, and the Global South
  2. Claudia Milian
  3. pp. 137-152
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  1. The Other Network: The Havana Biennale and the Global South
  2. Miguel Rojas-Sotelo
  3. pp. 153-174
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  1. A Revolution Nonetheless: The Global South in International Relations
  2. Siba Grovogui
  3. pp. 175-190
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  1. Introduction: The Global South and World Dis/Order
  2. Caroline Levander, Walter Mignolo
  3. pp. 1-11
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 191-195
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