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Decolonial Options for the Social Sciences
More than being just an ‘emerging paradigm', decoloniality is a troubling and troubled conversation that does more than just cross the boundaries of disciplines, geo-polities, time frames, cultures, and identities. Interrogating the acts and gestures of crossing borders as events that simultaneously also make borders, decolonial perspectives have opened the possibility for border thinking and border existences that challenge the social sciences at their core. This series seeks books that consider in all aspects the gesture of sociological delinking from the coloniality of power, being, knowledge, and life itself. Our main aim with series is to consider, discuss, and develop ideas and questions that represent an epistemic de-linking that challenges sociology.
Alexander I. Stingl (
), Oyeronke Oyewumi (
), Nicholas Rowland (
), and Sabrina Weiss (
Noah De Lissovoy
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Smash the Pillars: Decoloniality and the Imaginary of Color in the Dutch Kingdom
MELISSA F. WEINER AND ANTONIO CARMONA BÁEZ -
ARTWELL CAIN; ANTONIO CARMONA BÁEZ; JES...
Lexington Books • June 2018 • Monograph