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Reworking Postcolonialism

Globalization, Labour and Rights

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An interdisciplinary collection of essays, Reworking Postcolonialism explores questions of work, precarity, migration, minority and indigenous rights in relation to contemporary globalization. It brings together political, economic and literary approaches to texts and events from across the postcolonial world.

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Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Introduction

Editors and Affiliations

  • Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany

    Pavan Kumar Malreddy

  • University of Potsdam, Germany

    Birte Heidemann

  • University of Copenhagen, Denmark

    Ole Birk Laursen

  • University of Northampton, UK

    Janet Wilson

About the editors

Diana Brydon, University of Manitoba, Canada. Arun Chaudhuri, York University, Canada. Lyn Dickens, University of Sydney, Australia. Enrique Galván-Álvarez, International University of La Rioja, Spain. Birte Heidemann, University of Potsdam, Germany. Melissa Kennedy, University of Vienna, Austria. Ole Birk Laursen, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Pavan Kumar Malreddy, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany. Malachi McIntosh, University of Cambridge, UK. Sandro Mezzadra, University of Bologna, Italy. Maria Belén Ordóñez, OCAD University, Canada. Federico Rahola teaches Sociology of Culture at the University of Genova, Italy. Frank Schulze-Engler, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany. Alex Tickell, The Open University, UK. Janet Wilson, University of Northampton, UK.

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