Area studies at the crossroads : knowledge production after the mobility turn

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Verfasserangabe: Katja Mielke, Anna-Katharina Hornidge, editors
Format: Buch
veröffentlicht: New York, NY, U.S.A.: Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
Umfang: xxiii, 363 Seiten; Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten; 21 cm
Enthält auch: The neoliberal university and global immobilities of theory Peter A. Jackson
Doing Area Studies in the Americas and beyond : towards reciprocal methodologies and the decolonization of knowledge Olaf Kaltmeier
Area studies Southeast Asia : alternative areas versus alternatives to areas Christoph Antweiler
Between ignoring and romanticizing : the position of Area Studies in policy advice Conrad Schetter
Positionality and the relational production of place in the context of student migration to Gilgit, Pakistan Andreas Benz
Red lines for uncivilized trade? : Fixity, mobility and positionality on Almaty's changing bazzars Henryk Alff
Margins or center? : Konkani sufis, India and "Arabastan" Deepra Dandekar
The role of Area Studies in theory production : a differentiation of mid-range concepts and the example of social order Katja Mielke and Andreas Wilde
The production of knowledge in the field of development and Area Studies : from systems of ignorance to mid-range concepts for global ethnography Gudrun Lachenmann
New Area Studies, translation and mid-range concepts Vincent Houben
Mid-range concepts - the lego bricks of meaning-making : an example from Khorezm, Uzbekistan Anna-Katharina Hornidge
The case of reconceptualizing Southeast Asian Studies Cynthia Chou
This area is [NOT] under quarantine : rethinking Southeast/Asia through studies of the cinema Arnika Fuhrmann
Teaching to transgress : crossroads perspective and adventures in (?)-disciplinarity Epifania A. Amoo-Adare
Are Transregional Studies the future of Area studies? Matthias Middell
Reflecting the moving target of Asia Heike Holbig
The neoliberal university and global immobilities of theory
Doing Area Studies in the Americas and beyond : towards reciprocal methodologies and the decolonization of knowledge
Area studies Southeast Asia : alternative areas versus alternatives to areas
Between ignoring and romanticizing : the position of Area Studies in policy advice
Positionality and the relational production of place in the context of student migration to Gilgit, Pakistan
Red lines for uncivilized trade? : Fixity, mobility and positionality on Almaty's changing bazzars
Margins or center? : Konkani sufis, India and "Arabastan"
The role of Area Studies in theory production : a differentiation of mid-range concepts and the example of social order
The production of knowledge in the field of development and Area Studies : from systems of ignorance to mid-range concepts for global ethnography
New Area Studies, translation and mid-range concepts
Mid-range concepts - the lego bricks of meaning-making : an example from Khorezm, Uzbekistan
The case of reconceptualizing Southeast Asian Studies
This area is [NOT] under quarantine : rethinking Southeast/Asia through studies of the cinema
Teaching to transgress : crossroads perspective and adventures in (?)-disciplinarity
Are Transregional Studies the future of Area studies?
Reflecting the moving target of Asia
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