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DOI: Klengel, Susanne, and Alexandra Ortiz Wallner, eds. Madrid: Iberoamericana, The essays in this volume, in English and Spanish, examine theoretical and concrete Indian—Latin American exchanges through the lens of South-South horizontality. The introduction contains an overview and substantial bibliography on the concept of the Global South. The Global South 1 The first issue of The Global South journal provides a broad introduction to the central issues surrounding the Global South as a conceptual apparatus. Mahler, Anne Garland.
This article suggests that the Organization of Solidarity with the Peoples of Africa, Asia, and Latin America, formed in during the Tricontinental Conference in Havana, presents a theory of transnational political resistance that is resurfacing in the notion of the Global South.
Specifically, the shift from a s Bandung-era Afro-Asian solidarity to a s Tricontinental vision is parallel to a contemporary shift from postcolonial theory to the Global South. Milian, Claudia. Through tracing the ways that southernness and Latinxness overrun the geographic spaces to which they are assigned, Milian considers how southern Latinities destabilize the black-white racial divide of the US South. Prashad, Vijay.
London: Verso, This book defines the contemporary Global South as the transnational social movements that have emerged since the s to resist policies of neoliberalism. Prashad locates the history of the global vision of these movements within the so-called Third World Project, and specifically in the history of the Non-Aligned Movement. The South Commission.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, The South Commission, announced at the Non-Aligned Summit and established in , was chaired by Tanzanian President Julius Nyerere and included representatives from twenty-eight countries.
We would like to thank our colleagues who graciously offered their comments and suggestions on various drafts of this essay: Rachel Adams, Richard Cavell, Jane Desmond, Donald C. Gaborit identifies four functions of commemoration: - Firstly, it offers dignity to the feelings of those affected. To this critique, largely from within social psychology, were added related concerns, for example about the abuses of psychology and of the medicalisation of distress in the mental health system Anonymous,s nd. Moreover, this legitimation of personal experience assists in the construction of possible means of promoting reconciliation and repairing the social fabric. This section needs additional citations for verification. Sociology in Our Times 6th ed. Do the Americas Have a Common History?
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