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Total infringement of citizenship

Genova, 2002b ) not only of migrants, but also of those with precarious citizenship. It transformed citizens into ‘illegal migrants’. The term ‘Windrush generation’ refers to people who went to the UK from the British Caribbean colonies between 1948 and 1971, beginning with the Empire Windrush , the first ship that arrived with the new workers the UK needed because of the labour shortages after World War II (Pennant and Sigona, 2018 ). According to the 1948 UK Citizenship Act, they were citizens at the time of their arrival, not immigrants. When the status of

in The Fringes of Citizenship
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Antinomies and enticements
Saurabh Dube

modernization in the region as expressed by influential authors. 61 Two of these tendencies we have discussed already. The first concerns the critique of modernity implied by perspectives on the “coloniality of power” and “decolonial knowledge.” The second involves recent work on Latin America and the Caribbean that has provided fresh meanings to discussions of the magic/insanity of capitalism and colonialism

in Subjects of modernity
Catherine Baker

Group A (African/Asian states) rather than Group D (eastern Europe), or for that matter B or C (developed market economies and Latin American/Caribbean states respectively) (Alden, Morphet and Vieira 2010 : 53–4). 10 Non-Alignment made Yugoslavia's geopolitical and racialised identities even more ambiguous than the Soviet bloc's. Was Yugoslavia positioning itself outside Europe, or outside the coloniality with which postcolonial thought and critical race theory make Europe

in Race and the Yugoslav region
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Catherine Baker

its extra geopolitics of Non-Alignment are commonly part of the globe, or even the Europe, theorised by critical race scholarship. Stam and Shohat ( 2012 : 80), indeed, sum up US spatialised hierarchies of knowledge production about the world by noting the bounding of ‘Latin American/Caribbean’, ‘Asian/Pacific’, ‘African’ and ‘Middle East’ studies on one hand, versus western Europe and the US as the ‘quietly normative headquarters’ that ‘strategically mapped’ all other areas – yet east European or Soviet studies, equally products of the Cold War, are not even part

in Race and the Yugoslav region
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An introduction
Saurabh Dube

Modern India ( Princeton, NJ : Princeton University Press , 1999 ); Richard Price , The Convict and the Colonel: A Story of Colonialism and Resistance in the Caribbean ( Boston, MA : Beacon Press , 1998 ); and Michael Taussig , Shamanism, Colonialism, and the Wild Man: A Study in Terror and Healing ( Chicago, IL : University of Chicago

in Subjects of modernity