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INTELLECTUAL IMPERIALISM

 

 

a symposium on

 

domination and decolonization

 

in knowledge production

 

symposium participants

 

 

THE PROBLEM

Posed by Syed Farid Alatas, Department of Sociology,

National University of Singapore

 

THE EARLY JOURNEYS OF ACADEMIC COLONIALISM

StŽphane Dufoix, Professor of Sociology, University of

Paris-Nanterre (France); Senior Member of the

Institut Universitaire de France, Paris

 

THE UDERLYING LOGIC OF WESTERN MODERNITY

Walter D. Mignolo, William Hane Wannamaker Distinguished

Professor of Romance Studies, Duke University, Durham

 

FAKIR MOHAN SENAPATIÕS ALTERNATIVE DISCOURSE

Radhika Saraf, Department of Sociology, National University

of Singapore, and India Institute, KingÕs College London

 

THE MIMIC SOCIOLOGY

N. Jayaram, Visiting Professor, National Law School

of India University, Bengaluru

 

ACADEMIC DEPENDENCY AND THE PUBLICATION

OF JOURNALS

Narumi Shitara, Assistant Professor, Center for Southeast

Asian Studies, Kyoto University

 

PEDAGOGIES AFTER THE POSTCOLONIAL

Tania Roy, Department of English Language and Literature,

National University of Singapore

 

DECOLONIZING THEORY: THINKING FROM

THE GLOBAL SOUTH

Dilip M. Menon, Mellon Chair in Indian Studies;

Director, Centre for Indian Studies in Africa, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg

 

DISMANTLING INTELLECTUAL IMPERIALISM

Caroline M. Schšpf, Department of Sociology,

Hong Kong Baptist University

 

AN ANTIDOTE TO INTELLECTUAL IMPERIALISM

Azhar Ibrahim, Department of Malay Studies,

National University of Singapore

 

COVER

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