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Transnational networks in local politics

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This week’s meeting of the World History Workshop Reading Group will discuss the role of trans-national networks and ideologies in local political struggles.

The reading is:

Cooper, F., ‘Globalization’, Colonialism in Question. Theory, Knowledge, History (Berkeley, 2005), pp. 90-112.


Mark, E., “‘Asia’s’ Transwar Lineage: Nationalism, Marxism, and ‘Greater Asia’ in an Indonesian Inflection”, Journal of Asian Studies 65, 3 (2006), pp. 461-93.

You find a copy of these texts in the Seeley Library, at the information desk by the entry.

The group will meet on Thursday, 22 February at 4pm in King’s College Café.

This talk is part of the World History Workshop Reading Group series.

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