In this Issue
Moving beyond the paradigmatic divides of area studies, Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East explores the shared concerns and histories of these regions, offers stimulating perspectives on interdisciplinary debates, and challenges established analytic models. CSSAAME publishes articles from around the world, providing a distinctive link between scholars living and working in Africa, the Middle East, and Asia and their counterparts in Europe and the Americas.
published byDuke University Press
viewing issueVolume 33, Number 3, 2013
Table of Contents
- Editors’ Note
- p. 259
- Areas and Ideas
- pp. 260-263
- Is “Region” Still Good to Think?
- pp. 264-267
- Knowledge Production and Regional Scholarship
- pp. 272-275
- A World Compared, Destroyed, and Connected
- pp. 276-278
- Why is the Mirror Cracked?
- pp. 380-391
- Theory in the Mirror of Caste
- pp. 391-397
- Experience and Dalit Theory
- pp. 398-402
- Topics of the New Dalit Critique
- pp. 403-408
- Ethics or Social Sciences?
- pp. 408-416
- Introduction: The Ethics of Embodied Life
- pp. 378-380
- pp. 417-418
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