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Time and space
Saurabh Dube

coloniality, including decolonial perspectives, might have heterogeneous manifestations, but their core logic inheres in unceasing interrogations of modernity/coloniality and heroic articulations of pluriversality/diversality. This is because decolonizing perspectives have innate, a priori precedence – in terms of ethics and politics, knowing and being – over modern power. 51 On the other hand, time can be

in Subjects of modernity
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An introduction
Saurabh Dube

critical traditions of anticolonial thought and decolonizing practice. Here, the writings and politics of Frantz Fanon, Amílcar Cabral, and Aimé Césaire could acutely influence the very formations of postcolonial scholarship. At the same time, the terms and textures of subaltern studies – in a manner convergent with postcolonial perspectives – emerged equally informed by wider anti-imperial sensibilities

in Subjects of modernity
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Identities and incitements
Saurabh Dube

Cooper , Decolonization and African Society: The Labour Question in French and British Africa ( Cambridge : Cambridge University Press , 1996 ); Coronil, The Magical State ; Birla, Stages of Capital. 25 McClintock , Imperial Leather . 26

in Subjects of modernity
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What does race have to do with the Yugoslav region?
Catherine Baker

ethnicity and race: In these narratives, race is generally occluded by ethnicity , a term used almost synonymously with nationality with reference to linguistic and cultural identity markers. While these identity markers are understood to be as powerful as genetic codes, race itself is not part of the vocabulary of nationalism. It has a hidden trajectory in Eastern Europe because the region's nations see themselves outside of colonial processes and thus exempt from post-decolonization struggles

in Race and the Yugoslav region
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Antinomies and enticements
Saurabh Dube

might come together is evident in the following statement by Gumbrecht: “From our perspective at least, modernization in the underdeveloped countries is … taking place somewhere between decolonization and our own present.” The “stagist” presumptions of time and space here are not so far apart from the wide-ranging elisions of authoritative accounts – for example, by Anthony

in Subjects of modernity
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Entanglements and ambiguities
Saurabh Dube

that from the 1940s to the 1970s transformations within ethnography were influenced by processes of counter-colonialism, decolonization, and other struggles against imperialism and racism. This context shaped emergent critiques of reigning paradigms within the discipline. 44 Here was an interchange between the autonomy and logic governing continuities and changes within disciplinary traditions

in Subjects of modernity
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Rainer Bauböck

democratic decisions need to be taken so that citizens can govern themselves in the contemporary world. I suspect that the once progressive role of the nationality principle in this respect has been largely exhausted since the times when it triggered decolonization and devolution in plurinational democracies. In the current highly interdependent world, democratic self-government can only survive if individuals can see themselves as citizens not only

in Democratic inclusion