By DASGUPTA; Sudeep (Ed.)
Within the wake of proliferating discourses round globalisation and tradition, a few relevant questions round cultural politics have got a commonsensical and hegemonic personality in modern highbrow discourse. The politics of distinction, the probabilities of hybridity and the potential for a number of liminalities body a lot dialogue round the transnational dimensions of tradition and post-identity politics. during this quantity, the industrial, political and social outcomes of the point of interest on tradition in modern theories of globalization are analysed round the disparate fields of structure, museum discourse, satellite tv for pc tv, dub poetry, carnival and sub-national theatre. The discourses of hybridity, diaspora, cultural distinction minoritization are seriously interrogated and engaged with via shut research of cultural items and practices. The essays hence interfere within the debate round modernity, globalization and cultural politics, and the quantity as an entire offers a serious constellation in which the complexity of transnational tradition should be framed. considering throughout the specific, the essays limn the absent universality of different types of capitalist globalization and the quantity as a complete presents a number of views from ....
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As a result, Petraccone writes, “Southerners experienced the movement toward unification in a subaltern position, enduring it as a passive revolution, and developing a sense of estrangement in relation to its goals and objectives” (69). Antonio Gramsci, in his profound analysis of the South/North divide, argued that this sense of estrangement was generated by the fact that Italian unification was not “built on a base of equality, but on the hegemony of the North over the South” (2021-22). Gramsci maps how the Northern “octopus” secured this hegemony and its economic-industrial expansion through the direct exploitation and impoverishment of the South.
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Constellations of the Transnational. Modernity, Culture, Critique (Thamyris Intersecting: Place, Sex, and Race. Volume 14) by DASGUPTA; Sudeep (Ed.)