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The Routledge Handbook of Transformative Global Studies

S. A. Hamed Hosseini (Redaktør) ; James Goodman (Redaktør) ; Sara C. Motta (Redaktør) ; Barry K. Gills (Redaktør)

The Routledge Handbook of Transformative Global Studies provides diverse and cutting-edge perspectives on this fast-changing field. For 30 years the world has been caught in a long 'global interregnum,' plunging from one crisis to the next and witnessing the emergence of new, vibrant, multiple, and sometimes contradictory forms of popular resistance and politics. Les mer
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The Routledge Handbook of Transformative Global Studies provides diverse and cutting-edge perspectives on this fast-changing field. For 30 years the world has been caught in a long 'global interregnum,' plunging from one crisis to the next and witnessing the emergence of new, vibrant, multiple, and sometimes contradictory forms of popular resistance and politics.


This global 'interregnum' - or a period of uncertainty where the old hegemony is fading and the new ones have not yet been fully realized - necessitates critical self-reflection, brave intellectual speculation and (un)learning of perceived wisdoms, and greater transdisciplinary collaboration across theories, localities, and subjects. This Handbook takes up this challenge by developing fresh perspectives on globalization, development, neoliberalism, capitalism, and their progressive alternatives, addressing issues of democracy, power, inequality, insecurity, precarity, wellbeing, education, displacement, social movements, violence and war, and climate change. Throughout, it emphasizes the dynamics for system change, including bringing post-capitalist, feminist, (de)colonial, and other critical perspectives to support transformative global praxis.


This volume brings together a mixture of fresh and established scholars from across disciplines and from a range of both Northern and Southern contexts. Researchers and students from around the world and across the fields of politics, sociology, international development, international relations, geography, economics, area studies, and philosophy will find this an invaluable and fresh guide to global studies in the 21st century.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

List of Figures


List of Tables


List of Contributors


Towards New Agendas for Transformative Global Studies: An Introduction


S A Hamed Hosseini, James Goodman, Sara C. Motta, and Barry K. Gill


PART I: THEORY IN TRANSITION


1. Reinventing Global Studies Through Transformative Scholarship: A Critical Proposition


S A Hamed Hosseini and Barry K. Gills


2. 21st Century Deglobalization and the Struggle for Global Justice in the World Revolution of 20xx


Christopher Chase-Dunn


3. On the Question of Bodies, Flesh, and Global Racial Capitalism


Anna M. Agathangelou and Mishall Ahmed


4. Crises of Capital and Climate: Three Contradictions and Prospects for Contestation


James Anderson and James Goodman


5. Global Economy of Knowledge in Transformative Global Studies: Decoloniality, Ecologies of Knowledges and Pluriversity


Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni


6. Another World is Possible: The Possibilities for a Transformative, Post-Capitalist Education


Richard Hall


7. Revisiting Neoliberalism in the Age of Rising Authoritarianisms: Between Convictions and Contradictions


Emel Akcali


8. End of Ideology? A Neoliberal Hoax and Lessons for the Left


Rafal Soborski


9. Pueblo and Exteriority: On the Thought of Enrique Dussel


Mario Saenz


10. Transmodern Transdevelopment: An Alternative Response to the 21st Century Global Ecosociocultural Crisis


Antonio Luis Hidalgo-Capitan and Ana Patricia Cubillo-Guevara


PART II: TRANSFORMATION IN THE INTERREGNUM


Socio-Politics


11. The Political Economy Dynamics of Global Disintegration and Its Implications for War, Peace and Security in the 21st Century


Heikki Patomaki


12. BRICS from Above, Commoning from Below


Patrick Bond and Ana Garcia


13. Contested American Dominance: Global Order in an Era of Rising Powers


Salvador Santino F. Regilme Jr. and James Parisot


14. Pro-Capitalist Violence and Globalization: Lessons from Latin America


Jasmin Hristov


15. Populism and Transformative Politics in West Bengal, India


Debal K. SinghaRoy


16. The (Mis)shaping of Health: Problematizing Neoliberal Discourses of Individualism and Responsibility


Lisette Farias Vera


17. Politics of Hope: Transformation or Stagnation?


Marjo Lindroth and Heidi Sinevaara-Niskanen


Socio-Ecology


18. A Materialist Ecofeminist Reading of the Green Economy: or, Yes Karl, the Ecological Footprint is Sex-Gendered


Ariel Salleh


19. Climate Change and Capitalism


Hans A Baer


20. Planetary Ethics beyond Neoliberalism: The Earth Charter's 'Community of Life'


Alfonso Fernandez-Herreria and Francisco Miguel Martinez-Rodriguez


21. The Politics of the Land Rush: Scales of Land Contention and the Reconfiguration of Political Authority


Jacobo Grajales and Mathilde Allain


22. Three Worlds of Climate Imperialism? Prospects for Climate Justice


James Goodman


Socio-Economics


23. Work in Global Capitalism


Kwang-Yeong Shin


24. Unravelling Monopoly Capital in the 21st Century and the Role of the Imperial Innovation System: Silicon Valley and Counter-hegemonies


Raul Delgado Wise


25. Public Health 4.0 in the Emergent Climate of Global Transformation


Deane Neubauer


26. Global Capitalism, Wealth Inequality, and the Art Sector


Andres Solimano and Paula Solimano


27. A Capitalist world? Imagining, Envisioning and Enacting Futures of Work and Organization Centered around Informal and Diverse Economies


Richard J White and Colin C Williams


28. Owning the Future of Work


Alec Stubbs


29. The Future of Labor and Capital in China


An Li and Zhun Xu


PART III: ALTERNATIVE FUTURES: BEYOND THE INTERREGNUM


30. Toward Human/Non-Human Conviviality: Buen Vivir as a Transformative Alternative to Capitalist Coloniality


Eija Ranta


31. Subaltern Politics in the World's Largest Democracy: Utopian Horizons versus Conjunctural Compulsion?


Alf Gunvald Nilsen


32. Intersectionality and Refugee Justice: Feminist Approaches to Insecurity and Precarity


Beverly Weber


33. New Forms of Feminized Resistances and their Role in the (Re)creation of Emancipatory Political Subjectivities in Latin America


Liz Mason Deese


34. Territories of Decolonising Feminist/ised Struggles


Sara C. Motta


35. Governing the Petropolis: From Resource Entrepreneurialism to Resource Commoning


Franklin Obeng-Odoom


36. Strategy in/for Progressive Transformation: a Pluri-Scalar War of Position


Thomas Muhr


37. Struggle, Resistance and Disruption in Austerity Europe


Nikolai Huke, David J. Bailey, Monica Clua-Losada and Olatz Ribera-Almandoz


38. The Future of Revolutions: Intersectional Global Climate Justice as Humanity's Best Hope


John Foran


Index

Om forfatteren

S. A. Hamed Hosseini is Senior Lecturer in Social Sciences at the University of Newcastle, Australia, where he is Director of Alternative Futures Research Network.





James Goodman is Professor in Social and Political Sciences at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia, where he is Director of the Climate Justice Research Centre.





Sara C. Motta is a mother, poet, critical theorist, popular educator and Associate Professor in Politics at the University of Newcastle, Australia.





Barry K. Gills is Professor of Development Studies at The University of Helsinki, Finland; Chief Editor of Globalizations Journal and Editor of Routledge's 'Rethinking Globalizations' book series.