Table of contents for Postcolonialism and political theory / edited by Nalini Persram.

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Introduction: Pushing Politics
Nalini Persram 									p.1
Part One: Imperialism and Political Thought 				p. 52
Alterity and Modernity (Las Casa, Vitoria and Su rez: 1514-1617)
Enrique Dussel, trans. James Terry 							p. 53
Ibn Khaldun and the Origins of State Politics
Lucian M. Ashworth 									p. 111
Power and Development: John Stuart Mill and Edmund Burke on Empire
Graham Finlay 									p. 141
From American Democracy to French Empire: Race and the Law in Tocqueville's Liberalism 	
John Savage 										p. 170
Part Two: Critical Diagnostics and Newness 				p. 202
Postcolonial Dialogics: Between Edward Said and Antonio Gramsci 
E. San Juan, Jr.									p. 203
Problematic People and Epistemic Decolonization: 
Toward the Postcolonial in Africana Political Thought 
Lewis Gordon										p. 232
The Gift of Double Consciousness:
Some Obstacles to Grasping the Contributions of the Colonized 
Jane Gordon										p. 264
Symptomatic Politics: 
The Banning of Islamic Head Scarves in French Public Schools 
Joan W. Scott 										p. 295
Edouard Glissant's Aesthetics of Relation as Diversality and Creolization 
Hwa Yol Jung 										p. 338
Part Three: Indigenous Movements of the Postcolonial 		p. 392
From Post-Colonial Critique to Post-Occidental Paradigm: Indigenous Peoples' Mobilisation and the Advancement of New Scholarship 
Alice Feldman										p. 393
Doing the Postcolonial Differently 
Phillip Darby										p. 420
Postcolonial Dialogues and Public Cyberspace: 
Pacific Insights for Cynical Times 
M. I. Franklin 										p. 455

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Political science -- Philosophy.